GoEAST PROJECT MARKET / WIESBADEN, APRIL 22nd – 27th, 2010
The PROJECT MARKET is an event for the exchange of project ideas hosted by goEast in cooperation with the Robert Bosch Stiftung. It is an opportunity for young filmmakers from Germany and Eastern Europe to present their ideas and find potential partners to form a team that can apply for the Co-Production Prize for Young German and Eastern European Filmmakers 2010.
WHO MAY APPLY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROJECT MARKET ?
Young filmmakers and film and media students from Germany and Eastern Europe (excluding Turkey and Greece) in the fields of directing and production may apply to participate in the PROJECT MARKET. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. Directors must submit a project idea that is not yet in production. The language of communication at the PROJECT MARKET is English. Applicants must be capable of communicating in English.
WHAT DO I HAVE TO SUBMIT?
The completed application forma résumé and filmographyfor applicants from the field of directing: description of the project idea (no more than one page)for applicants from the field of production: reference list of produced filmsa reference film on DVD.
The deadline for applications is March 1st, 2010 (date of postmark). An independent commission will select twenty participants for the PROJECT MARKET. Applicants will be notified of the decision by mid-March 2010. Those selected to participate in the PROJECT MARKET will be invited to attend the 10th goEast Film Festival (April 21. - 27. 2010) in Wiesbaden from April 22nd – 28th. Travel, meal, and accommodation expenses will be covered by goEast.
Participants will also participate in the goEast Young Professionals Programme 2010, a training programme for young filmmakers and film and media students which will take place during the festival. It includes various workshops (e.g. on pitching) and conversations with producers on co-productions as well as with editors from TV stations 3sat, ARTE, and ZDF. The goEast Young Professionals Programme allows participants to meet and exchange ideas with last year's nominees for the Co-Production Prize as well as participants in the goEast students' film competition.
Deutsches Filminstitut, GoEast–Festival of Central and Eastern European FilmSchaumainkai 41D-60596 Frankfurt a.M.T: +49-69 / 961 220 650 // F: +49-69 / 961 220 669 info@filmfestival-goEast.de // www.filmfestival-goEast.de