New names, new master classes and some extraordinary experiences!
6th Visegrad Film Forum will take place at the Faculty of Film and Television in Bratislava from April 25 - 29, 2017. Participants will enjoy five amazing days full of screenings of student films, master classes with renowned experts, case studies of interesting film projects, discussions, and workshops.
Don´t miss the opportunity and get special discount for accreditation available until March 30, 2017 – it´s only 25 Eur / 15 Eur for students/ on http://www.visegradfilmforum.com
Father of phenomenal creatures as a host on VFF 2017!
Colin Arthur is the legendary British creator of make-up and special effects for the films from an era when computers did not exist. Coming from a family where arts and crafts was a common thing Arthur has begun creating his first sculptures. This lead to a job at the museum of wax figurines at Madamme Tussauds. Than he "escaped" into the world of film industry and started his 50-year long career with an epic science-fiction film directed by Stanley Kubrick - 2001: A Space Odyssey where he contributed with original masks for Apes. Arthur worked on film classics as Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977), Clash of the Titans (1981) or Conan the Barbarian (1982). His biggest input in special effects department and also in cinematography is creation of Falkor the luckdragon and other creatures for Never Ending Story (1984).
VFF 2017 talks important issues!
TV production is more and more interesting nowadays and traditional formats has begun to fade away as a consequence of modern forms of distribution. Festival will create open space for a discussion about specifics of a TV production. In cooperation with MIDPOINT we will talk about possibilities of these forms in current digital era. Alongside trending TV series, which are sometimes commencing to be better than actual film production. Not only by their narratives but also by their formal solutions.
Beside panel discussions we are assembling case studies of series connected with our hosts.
Surprising encounters of film schools of V4!
Visegrad Film Forum brings new chances for film schools of Visegrad and because of that we would like to continue with exchanging of our partner schools. Student films will be presented by students of Film Academy of Miroslav Ondříček in Písek as of Czech Republic. Poland will enter with students from University of Silesia in Katowice. Hungarian members are coming from Eszterházy Károly University in Eger. Last but not least co-organizer the Faculty of Film and Television VŠMU in Bratislava. Students will have a chance to show off their skills at the film blocks. These extraordinary confrontations are perfect opportunity for networking and creating friendships.
Visegrad Film Forum 2017Date: April 25-29, 2017Place: Bratislava, Slovak RepublicVenues: Faculty of Film and Television VŠMUDeadline for online accreditation: April 15, 2017Deadline for accreditation with special discount: March 30, 2017Accreditation with special discount: 25 Eur / 15 Eur for students(the price without discount will be 30 Eur / 20 Eur for students)web: http://www.visegradfilmforum.com/2016/facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VisegradFilmForum/?fref=tsinstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vffbratislava/youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QVKF2noKiM
Organiser: Boiler, NGO Co-Organizer: Faculty of Film and Television VŠMU Financially supported by: International Visegrad Fund Partner schools: The Academy of Performing Arts - Faculty of Film and Television in Bratislava (FTF VŠMU Bratislava), University of Silesia in Katowice, Eszterházy Károly University in Eger (EKU Eger), The Film Academy of Miroslav Ondříček in Písek (FAMO Písek)