Training grants for film and TV professionals, Berlin. Deadline: Nov. 20, 2013

IPKOW PROGRAMM for film and television professionals, Berlin

The NIPKOW PROGRAMM
Deadline: 20 November 2013
Application fee: none

The NIPKOW PROGRAMM is a programme designed to assist film and television professionals (not students) in expanding their knowledge, experience and contacts by providing grant-financed training through
– internships with film and media institutions
– practical professional counselling
– courses

Not only has the NIPKOW PROGRAMM established an extensive and flourishing network of film and media professionals throughout Western and Eastern Europe over the years, it has brought many European co-productions to the screen and forged the way for future European co-productions and partnerships.

Since its inception, the programme has been involved in the realisation of countless feature films, documentary films, shorts, and animation productions, be they digital or celluloid. Most of them have been international award-winners.

Target Group
film and television professionals

Type of Activity
grant-financed long-term training through
practical professional counselling
internships with film and media institutions
workshops

Duration
The NIPKOW PROGRAMM awards grants for 1-4 months (with occasional extensions)
(1,500 Euros monthly)

Place and Time
Berlin
all year through

Fields of Activity
NIPKOW fellowship-holders work in the following fields
– financing, production, marketing, sales and distribution, scriptwriting, camera, sound, production design
– new technologies
– animation

Read more: http://nipkow.de/

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