Posts tagged "Berlinale Talent Campus"
World of Shorts Berlinale 2015 issue is out!

World of Shorts Berlinale 2015 issue is out!

The English-language short film-centred magazine, World of Shorts (WOSH) evolved in 2012 from the blog of Budapest-based short film platform Daazo.com. The copies of WOSH are available at the short film events and screenings of A-list film festivals. The new issue of the magazine appears in February 2015, focusing on the short film programmes of...
Matthijs Wouter Knol to Be New Head of European Film Market

Matthijs Wouter Knol to Be New Head of European Film Market

On June 1, 2014, Matthijs Wouter Knol from the Netherlands will become the new head of the Berlinale’s European Film Market (EFM). Since 2008, Knol has been the programme manager of Berlinale Talents (formerly known as the Berlinale Talent Campus), and is well acquainted with both the Festival and the EFM. Long-standing EFM head Beki Probst will become president of the EFM. In her...
From love to hatred, from anger to playfulness - Berlinale Shorts never disappoint

From love to hatred, from anger to playfulness – Berlinale Shorts never disappoint

illustration by Ewa Borysewicz Waiting for the Berlinale Shorts screening is always an unbelievably exciting time. It is inspiring to see so many people queuing up for a selection that always turns out to be a breath-taking experience. It was no different in the case of the first Berlinale Shorts screening where five exceptional films...
The Input

The Input

The Berlinale Talent Campus and the importance of supporting short film developments. An interview with Matthijs Wouter Knol. Looking through the impressive timeline of the Berlinale Talent Campus, it’s inspiring to see how this platform is capable of renewing almost year by year, how elegantly it is fine tuning its approach to its original mission:...

WOSH – The Sweet Road to the Oscars: The Success Story of Zaid Abu Hamdan

First of all, please introduce yourself to our readers: we would like to know who you are – what are you interested in, how old are you, where do you live, and what are you up to? My name is Zaid Abu Hamdan, born in Amman, Jordan and raised by warm and supportive parents. After...

More than 4000 filmmakers from 137 countries apply for the Berlinale Talent Campus #10

The 10th edition of the Berlinale Talent Campus received applications from  4382 up-and-coming filmmakers from 137 countries. On February 11, 2012, the doors of the Theater “Hebbel am Ufer” will open for 350 selected participants during the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival. With the theme “Changing Perspectives”, the Talent Campus offers this new generation of...

Berlinale+Sarajevo = A Love Story

A chat session with Christine Tröstrum, the project manager of the Berlinale Talent Campus and Campus International How did you come up with the idea of Campus International? How do you choose the cities or events? Or do they choose you? The idea was to support locally-based international film festivals in their work with the...