Apply now for feature film story development workshop to take place in Armenia in June


Directors Across Borders (DAB) is currently accepting applications for a story development workshop for feature films to be held in Yerevan, Armenia, from 11 to 15 June, as part of its project funded under the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme. The workshop will focus on the creative aspects of story development and will help to provide emerging scriptwriters, producers and directors with the fundamental skills to create more engaging cinematic stories and package them in ways that will make them more competitive in the global film market.
Filmmakers from the Eastern Partnership countries - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – are eligible to apply. The deadline for applications is 15 April.Click here for further details about the application process.
The story development workshop is part of the DAB Eastern Partnership Programme, which is supported by the European Union and run by the GOLDEN APRICOT Fund for Cinema Development in Armenia and its partners - MAIA (Italy), INTERFILM (Ukraine),
Cinema Art Centre Prometheus (Georgia) and INTERNEWS (Armenia). The workshop will be composed of lectures, case studies, group work and one-to-one meetings.
The aim of the 36-month Directors Across Borders Eastern Partnership Programme is to foster the development of conditions and structures through which cinema can be a vector for sustainable economic, social and human development within and between Eastern Partnership countries.
The €12 million Eastern Partnership Culture Programme aims at assisting the Partner Countries in their cultural policy reform at government level, as well as capacity building and improving professionalism of cultural operators in the region. It seeks to strengthen regional cultural links and dialogue within the Eastern Partnership region, and between the EU and ENP Eastern countries' cultural networks and actors. (ENPI Info Centre)
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Directors Across Borders Eastern Partnership Programme
Eastern Partnership Culture Programme – website
Eastern Partnership Culture Programme – fiche and news
ENPI Info Centre information pack - The Eastern Partnership: a path to stability and prosperity


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