The Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Polish Film Festival, Pomeranian Film Foundation & Gdynia Film School have announced the 3rd edition of the Common Baltic Short Film Contest, centred around the universal theme of the Baltic Sea region.
The organisers invite participants to engage in creative pursuits and answering the questions: how has the Baltic Sea region been changing in terms of arts, society, politics and economy? Is there a common identity shared by the countries from the Baltic Sea region? Does the Baltic Sea unite or perhaps divide the nations living at its coasts?
The authors of four best films will be awarded a video camera each and an invitation to the Polish Film Festival.
The contest is open to all participants, both professionals and amateurs aged 18 and over from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and Poland. Films one to five minutes long may be submitted. Films may be submitted by no later than 11 August 2017 via an online submission form available on the Adam Mickiewicz Institute website.
More information, the submission form and terms & conditions available at: http://culture.pl/en/article/common-baltic-short-film-contest-3rd-editionor HERE.