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CIAK, international call for the executive production of 10 short movies

A public call for the selection of 10 economic operators and young directors to produce 10 short movies was released on 20th December 2018 and will expire on 18th February 2019.

 

The international call published within the project CIAK “Common Initiatives to AcKnowledge and valorize tourism potential of the programme area through cinema”, will identify at least 10 economic operators who will require an under-35 director born or resident in Apulia Region or in one of the Greek regions of Epirus, Western Greece and Ionian Islands. They will realise a short movie, each with duration of no less than 10 minutes and no more than 15 minutes, about the common history between Italy and Greece, with contemporary setting telling stories, characters and places with the ambition to determine today the signals of what we will be tomorrow.

 

The shooting will be made in the territory of Apulia Region and/or in the territory of one o more project-involved Greek regions (Epirus, Western Greece and Ionian Islands).

 

Interested participants can download the call (EN, GR, IT) and submit their application through the digital platform at this link http://avarts.ionio.gr/memory-greece-italy/ at the latest by 18th February 2019.

 

CIAK project, funded under Interreg V-A Programme Greece-Italy 2014/2020, aims to promote the natural and cultural heritage of the involved regions through initiatives linked to the audiovisual sector, as short movies, screenwriting workshops and film festivals.

 

Apulia Film Commission Foundation is the lead beneficiary of this project in cooperation with four Greek partners, the Region of Epirus, the Region of Ionian Islands, the Region of Western Greece and the Ionian University – Research Committee. Associated partner is Puglia Region Department for Economy of Culture, Tourism and Valorization of Territory.

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