CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
(4 - 15 June 2013)
The Finnish association Euphoria Borealis is looking for 52 filmmakers to join a Kino Kabaret and a workshop on film sound & music in Lapland, Finland.
Kino Euphoria Midnight Sun is a film workshop to be held in June 2013, in co-operation with NISI MASA and The Midnight Sun Film Festival in Sodankylä.
Dates: 4-15 June 2013 in Rovaniemi and Sodankylä, Finnish Lapland.
(travel days are 3. June and 16. June)
The workshop will focus on sound design and music in film.
During the workshop, 12 young European sound designers and/or composers will be receiving professional feedback and tutoring through practical filmmaking. 50% of traverl costs are covered for participants from Finland, Germany, Lithuania and Estonia.
In addition to the sound designers and composers, 40 other participants from other areas of filmmaking are welcome to join the experience. All participants will be included in programs on sound design and use of music, along the traditional activities of an International Kino Kabaret, where we’ll be creating short films by collective filmmaking, and screening them to the local audiences in Rovaniemi and Sodankylä.
- Panu Akrenius, Finland
- Miina Alajärvi, Finland
- Iiris Anttila, Finland
- Jerker Beckman, Sweden
- Isaac De Martin, Italy/Germany
- Sorina Ioana Diaconu, Romania
- Synes Elischka, Austria/Finland
- Eero Erkamo, Finland
- Yulia Glukhova, Russia
- Jasmine Guffond, France/Australia/Germany
- Emilia Haukka, Finland/Croatia
- Hannaleena Hauru, Finland
- Johanna Hautakangas, Finland
- Kimmo Hokkanen, Finland
- Sini Järnström, Finland
- Marton Jelinko, Hungary/Finland
- Fruzsi Jesse, Hungary/Germany
- Tuulia Kallio, Finland/Norway
- Karim Aitgacem, France
- Ágnes Kaszás, Hungary/Finland
- Niina Kiiveri, Finland
- Johanna Kinnari, Finland
- Laura Kiralfy, Denmark/Finland
- Pekka Kumpulainen, Finland
- Clémence Laboureau, France
- Mauri Lähdesmäki, Finland
- Saara Lahnajärvi, Finland
- Edvard Lammervo, Finland
- Morgane Launay, France
- Anna Lehespalu, Estonia
- Denis Leluc, France
- Robert Ly, France
- Carlos Marroquin, Finland/Mexico
- Lorand Marton, Romania
- Judith Meister, Germany/Austria
- Iivi Meltaus, Finland
- Ella Mustajärvi, Finland
- Katri Myllyniemi, Finland
- Bartosz Piekarski, Poland/UK
- Eeva Putro, Finland
- Katariin Raska, Estonia/Norway
- Ilja Rautsi, Finland
- Maria Rissanen, Finland
- Kaisa Roover, Estonia/Finland
- Valentine Rwambiwa, Zimbabwe/Finland
- Riitta Ryhtä, Finland
- Mari Sainio, Finland
- Samuli Salonen, Finland
- Vappu Tuomisto, Finland
- Gabriele Urbonaite, Lithuania
- Kim Viitanen, Finland
- Sigita Visockaite, Lithuania
- Will Witters, France
Read more and apply NOW: http://euphoriaborealis.net/node/73
This project is funded by:
Istanbul Express was an itinerant filmmaking workshop involving 50 participants, who crossed the rails of Europe to make short documentaries.
The Istanbul Express films had their world premiere at the Cannes Critics' Week 2011.
After filmmaking explorations of Paris, Istanbul, Kars and Budapest, the NISI MASA “Visions Of” workshop went to Prague, from 22nd to 29th of August 2010. Prague is a place of history and a crossroad of culture. More and more young people are travelling around Europe. But they don’t often really go into the city itself and its social and cultural diversity. This meeting aimed to go further that the tourist point of view and make the young people reflect about the European diversity thanks to the social cross-road that could represent a city and the exchange between young people.
After having explored the city of Istanbul (Visions of Istanbul), NISI MASA wanted to explore the opposite side of Turkey: Kars, a city in the far-east of the country. Nobel prize-winning Orhan Pamuk, a Turkish writer, was inspired by this place to write his novel “Snow”. This evocation of an old crossroad of civilisations was the starting point of this filmmaking workshop.