You are a young African filmmaker looking for an international training platform to develop your new documentary film project? For the second time, DOK. fest München together with the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich and the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF) offers a Residency Programme accompanied by training in story and treatment development, financing and pitching. The DOK.network Africa residency is aimed at supporting emerging filmmakers from African countries to develop their feature-length narrative documentary film projects at the international level.
Two scholarships including travel costs to and from Munich, a mentoring and training programme, monthly allowances and accommodation in the International Artist Residence Villa Waldberta of the City of Munich.
We invite all filmmakers (directors/authors) who
- are younger than 35 years old
- hold the citizenship of a sub-Saharan African country and primarily live and work in Africa.
- currently, work on a feature-length documentary film (minimum 52 min.) which is supposed to be shot and produced in an African country
- are fluent in the English language, in both its written and spoken form
to apply for the DOK. network Africa Residency Programme.
DEADLINE: November 18, 2018
To apply and for more information visit here