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The 10th International Film Students Meeting at San Sebastian Film Festival

Photo of Sydney Levine By Sydney Levine | Sydneys Buzz June 14, 2011 at 2:22AM

The International Film Students Meeting, organized by San Sebastian Festival and Tabakalera-International Contemporary Culture Centre is an exchange of audiovisual experiences and knowledge at one of the most important movie events in the world.
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The International Film Students Meeting, organized by San Sebastian Festival and Tabakalera-International Contemporary Culture Centre is an exchange of audiovisual experiences and knowledge at one of the most important movie events in the world.

The students will show their short films, attend meetings with professionals and discover some of the latest aspects offered by audiovisual technology in the Master Class.

The selected short films will be screened at showings open to the general public and Festival guests attended by professionals from the audiovisual industry who can chat with the students presenting their work. Their teachers will also have the opportunity to explain the audiovisual teaching methods employed at their schools.

Each candidate school can present three short films. Around 14 schools will be chosen to participate in the Meeting to screen the works chosen from the three presented for selection.
A specific jury, consisting of students from the participating school and chaired by a personality from the world of film will choose the winner of the Panavision prize going to the director of the winning short.


This same Jury will also choose three directors who will have the opportunity to participate with their works in the next Cannes Festival Short Film Corner.
The rules and regulations, the guide for filling out the registration form and other information on the International Film Students Meeting is available from June 6 on www.eiecine.net. It is also available on the official Festival website and on the oficial Tabakalera website.


The 10th International Film Students Meeting opens for registration on June 6, the deadline for receiving short films is July 2.

The 10th International Film Students Meeting will take place on Wednesday 21, Thursday 22 and Friday 23 September 2011 as part of the 59th San Sebastian Festival.

The Meeting has the backing of San Sebastian’s candidacy for European Capital of Culture 2016 given that it is an obvious exponent of the scenarios and forms of work that this initiative wishes to promote.


The rules and regulations, the guide for filling out the registration form and other information on the International Film Students Meeting will be available from June 6 on www.eiecine.net. It will be also available on the official Festival website and on the oficial Tabakalera website.

The deadline for receiving short films is July 2.

This article is related to: International Film Festival, Education , Short

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