Registration to the EU film schools workshop „Summer Media studio” begins!
Project is supported by “MEDIA Training” programme.
Starting June 20th to July 4th, 2014, students from different EU film and media higher schools and universities in collaboration with professional lecturers, are going to gather in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Baltic countries – Curonian Spit, Lithuania – for the 16th time.
Registration to one of most anticipated workshops for young film makers in the region has already started. All film and media students from EU countries are qualified to apply to „Summer Media Studio“ workshop. During two weeks participants will have an opportunity to attend theoretical training classes, produce documentary or experimental short film projects, consult best experts and shoot films using latest filming, audio recording and editing equipment. Main topic of „Summer Media Studio 2014” workshop is „Producer in Film“.
10 internationally formed teams during two weeks of workshops will be developing ideas for documentaries and experimental films. Experienced tutors from audiovisual industry will introduce participants to major film production rules. Participants of „Summer Media Studio” workshop will gain a deeper knowledge on film financing, distribution and sales strategies along with experience in practical filmmaking.
Main purpose of this training is to unite young filmmakers from different European countries for collective educational and creative activities – a phenomenon that runs already for a number of years. Each year participants are facing creative challenges that help entrants to grow as professionals and to create a vibe of „Summer Media Studio” workshop as a happening even more unique and one of its kind. „Year by year this workshop is getting bigger and better – last year students from 25 different schools of 12 different EU countries attended a workshop” – says the head of „Summer Media Studio” Inesa Kurklietytė.
„Summer Media Studio” is organized by Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. The project is supported by “MEDIA Training” programme, Lithuanian Council for Culture and Lithuanian Ministry of Education and Science.
More information on workshop, its topics, tutors and registration can be found on the official webpage of a project: