«Filma Afro Cartagena» is the 4th edition of «Filma Project» and is conceived as a meeting point where filmmakers from Latin America and the world meet to work together with great professionals of international cinematography in the improvement of documentary projects whose central theme is related to the representation of the Afro culture.
The Ibermedia Grants are aimed at national filmmakers from Ibero-American countries + Italy (Latin America + Portugal, Spain and Italy). The scholarship is valued at USD 1,666 and includes participation in the entire training process and certification (does not include travel expenses or air ticket).
To participate in the call, candidates must fill out a form in which to attach the project information (Long Line, Synopsis, Treatment, Aesthetic Proposal, Motivation, Budget, Financial Plan, Teaser, among other technical requirements).
Likewise, the application for “International Registration” is open. This call is aimed at filmmakers, audiovisual companies or institutions of any nationality with documentary projects in an advanced state of development that meet the general conditions of the Laboratory.
This training process is organized jointly between Cinema en las Aldeas and CORPTURISMO Funza. It also has the support of the Ibermedia Program, the Training Center for Spanish Cooperation in Cartagena de Indias, the Caribbean Connect Foundation, the Carabantu Corporation, among other national allies.
The deadline for submitting proposals in both modalities expires on February 15.
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