Tag "kino movement"

Kino Praha Call for Kino Kabaret in Pilsen (Closed)

  Kino Praha presents the 5th International KINO KABARET which will take place during 18.-24.9. 2015 in Pilsen, the European Capital of Culture 2015. Join a crowd of international young filmmakers and let´s make nice short films! More info at

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KINO LAGO

Be Creative, not lazy, this July at Lago Film Fest! Register for Kino Kabaret LAGO, taking place from the 27th until the 30th of July with an amazing final screening and a party! Here are all the details! Kino? What

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CALL FOR FILMMAKERS – KinoDynamique Vienna

Kino5 – our Austrian members – are calling all film makers to Vienna, between 7.-15. August 2015, for the last minute summer-KinoDynamique-experience! This is how they present the situation: Save the dates and book your flights right now to be there.

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Germany – Kino Datsche

Kino Datsche is a film association based in Leipzig founded by kino5 and Euphoria Borealis members Judith Meister and Samuli Salonen. Our aim is to offer a platform for independent film makers and to support each other with the production and

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Austria – kino5

kino5 is a platform for independent film makers in Vienna, Austria, aiming to connect film makers and support them with the production and distribution of their works.  kino5 is part of the international “Kino”-Movement and the Austrian representative of NISI MASA.

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Czech Republic – Kino Praha

Kino Praha, o. s. is a non-profit organization (civil society), established in 2011 by Czech young independent filmmakers, people interested in filmmaking, cinema education and film festivals organization. Kino Praha is part of world-wide independent network „Kino“ based in Montreal,

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Finland – Euphoria Borealis ry

Euphoria Borealis is an open community for filmmakers. They currently have 110 members who share an interest in audiovisual expression, excitement over international collaborations and willingness to expand and challenge the existing limits and borders of film production and culture.

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