German-Arab filmmaker teams can apply for film prize

Submission deadline: September 30


German-Arab filmmaker teams can apply for film prize

The Robert Bosch Stiftung is to award three grants to film projects whose teams includes both German and Arab young filmmakers. The prize, worth up to 60,000 euros, is awarded in the categories animation, documentary, and short fiction film.

Young filmmakers in the fields of production, directing, camera, and screenwriting are given an opportunity to explore the methods and creative styles of their partner country.

The three film prizes are to be awarded at a gala during the Berlinale Talent Campus in Berlin, and up to two members of each winning team will have the opportunity to attend the Berlinale Talent Campus as guests the following year.

Joint production teams of young filmmakers from an Arab country (one of the 22 member states of the Arab League) and Germany are eligible. The young filmmakers must be 18 years old.

Teams, not individuals, should apply. The film should be produced in Germany as well as the partner country, stressing in particular the aspect of intercultural exchange.

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