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Sarajevo Film Festival

Sarajevo Film Festival

タイプ別検索 : 長・短編映画祭
テーマ : 国際映画祭
場所 : ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ
期間 : 8月

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    イベントプレゼンテーション

    The Sarajevo Film Festival was founded in 1995 following the siege of the city during the Bosnian Independence War.

    A festival recognized by the FIAPF, this event presents an extensive selection of films divided into around twelve sections. Its Official Competition is only open to films from the Balkans and south-eastern Europe, aiming to serve as a showcase for these productions. With around twenty French films selected each year—from a total of 200 titles presented—French cinema is well-represented in a number of sections, including Kinoscope, New Currents, and the festival's short film programs. An average of 100,000 spectators attend screenings.

    The CinéLink Film Market presents around a dozen productions from the various countries in the region in its feature-length category. It also gives local movie industry professionals and filmmakers a chance to meet up and launch new projects. It is southern Europe's biggest international film market.

    The Sarajevo Talent Campus, an educational platform for young movie industry professionals, was created in 2007. The Sarajevo Film Fund, launched the following year, has provided encouragement for young filmmakers in the region of southern and eastern Europe to work on collaborative projects, or to make films with participants in the Sarajevo Talent Campus program.

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    長編映画についての情報

    Contact at UniFrance: Yann Raymond

    email: yann.raymond@unifrance.org

    短編作品認可条件

    この日付以降製作された作品 : Dans les 12 mois précédant le festival
    字幕必須
    最大継続期間 : 30'
    この日付以降製作された作品 : Dans les 12 mois précédant le festival
    認可されたジャンル : 全てのジャンル
    条件 : インターネット未公開作
    プレ選出に必要なフォーマット : Streaming
    上映に必要なフォーマット : DCP (デジタル・シネマ・パッケージ)

    French short films can only apply for submission in the following programs (films produced in 2014-2015):

    European Shorts: A European short film may be nominated for the Short Film Prize, which is awarded each year by the European Academy.

    Non-Competitive Programs: Children's Program, TeenArena

    Once your registration is completed, you must upload your film to the festival website.

    All films shot in a language apart from English must have English subtitles. All films with dialogue that is not in Bosnian, Croatian, or Serbian, will be provided with subtitles in these languages by the festival's subtitling department.

    Please provide a dialogue list in English. The festival does not return material sent for pre-selection.

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