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NISI MASA Network Members

  If you are an non – profit organization in Europe whose main aim is to promote cinema and young film talents you can become a member of NISI MASA – European Network of Young Cinema. Here is the list

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Slovenia – Film Factory

 FILM FACTORY  is a young, film-loving association based in Maribor, Slovenia. Here is how they present themselves: Since our quest for a unique story, perfect frame and best cut began, we push ourselves beyond our limits in telling stories. Besides

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Serbia – Filmkultura

FILMKULTURA is an organization dedicated to education in audiovisual culture and art, whose goal is the stimulation of a critical approach in the specified fields. This kind of program focuses greatly on children and youth audience, especially on their initiation

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Luxembourg – LARS

LARS – The Luxembourgish Association of Filmmakers and Scriptwriters is a not-for-profit association founded in 1999. It counts around 50 members, and  is a comitee member of Luxembourg’s Screenwriters and Directors Guild. The aim of the association is to defend the

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Ukraine – Wiz Art

Wiz-Art is an art-formation from Lviv, Ukraine. The mission of Wiz-Art is to develop Ukrainian film industry.  Their main activities are – film festivals, specialized film screenings, master-classes, industry events. In 2014 they held 7th edition of Lviv International Short Film Festival

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Germany – Kino Datsche

Kino Datsche is the newest member of NISI MASA, recently elected by the Network at the General Assembly in June 2015. Kino Datsche is a newly founded Kino Cell in Leipzig by kino5 and Euphoria Borealis members Judith Meister and Samuli

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Italy – Lago Film Fest

Lago Film Fest is an 11 years old independent short film festival, with a particular attitude towards unconventional communication and cross cultural hybridization. Lago Film Fest is nine days of meetings, videos, workshops, artistic performances, music and prestigious guests on the lake

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Denmark – Aarhus Short Film Challenge

Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an annual international short film competition based in Aarhus, Denmark. Contestants have just 7 days to create a short film of up to 5 minutes that creatively interpret 2 randomly drawn topics and submit it

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Bosnia and Herzegovina – International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus

Since its inception in 2007, the International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus screened  hundreds of films, out of which roughly 75% were European, and a huge majority  were short films made by young people. The International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus is

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Croatia – Kinoklub Zagreb

Kinoklub Zagreb is a non-professional cinema club, founded in 1928 in Zagreb. Its main goal is to promote amateur filmmaking, by providing its members with free filmmaking equipment and editing rooms, as well as distribution advice. They have produced over

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