Saarlaendisches Filmarchiv e.V. (SFA)

Saarlaendisches Filmarchiv e.V. (SFA)

Publié par Aylin Bayar le Monday 6 May 2024

Saarlaendisches Filmarchiv e.V.  (SFA)

The Saarländische Filmarchiv e.V. (SFA), headquartered in Saarbrücken, was founded in 1998 with the main aim of carrying out scientific research into the region’s film heritage, collecting it professionally, preserving it through long-term archiving and making it available to the public. The SFA has always been a service provider for production and post-production, science and administration, e.g. in the fields of curating, subtitling, translation, interpreting, script development, consultancy and expertise, the supply of film extracts and so on. In 1999, the SFA began developing a concept for a multilingual European media university, which it has been updating ever since.


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Nancy International Film Festival

Publié par Victor Casimir le Wednesday 21 February 2024

Nancy International Film Festival

A general festival (1st edition in 1995) run by the Aye Aye VO association / Festival International du Film de Nancy welcomes an international program and, at each edition, puts the spotlight on cross-border production through the programming of short films in competition produced and shot in this region: Grande Région programming. For many years now, the Festival International du Film de Nancy has also programmed feature-length films, both fiction and documentary, produced and shot in the Grand Est region, or even the wider region.
Throughout the year, the association also carries out image education initiatives for a wide range of audiences of all ages. She is a regular contributor to schools.


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Short Screens

Publié par Victor Casimir le Monday 24 April 2023

Short Screens

Since 2009, Short Screens has been offering thematic screenings of short films on the big screen in the heart of Europe’s capital, or occasionally in the provinces, or outside Belgium’s borders (Paris, Barcelona).
Short Screens has already had the pleasure of showing over 700 short films, with an eclectic program in terms of both genre and form; a thematic selection of films from yesterday and today, the fruit of the creativity of Belgian and foreign auteurs. With a host of guests (filmmakers, actors, producers) who regularly drop in to chat with the public after the screenings.
Short Screens also regularly organizes screenings of radio documentaries, live music, singing, readings and storytelling, as well as ciné concerts.
And since 2018, Short Screens has been organizing its mini-festival at the end of August, “Les Shorts d’été”.


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Petit Mulot Production

Publié par Alexis Smouts le Thursday 16 December 2021

Petit Mulot Production

Petit Mulot Production has for vocation the research of funds in order to be able to concretize the realization of the project of animated film “Series of an Informed Letter”.


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Balimage – Association film et art média à Bâle

Publié par Célia Janus le Tuesday 5 October 2021

Balimage – Association film et art média à Bâle

Balimage promotes the importance of film and media arts in the Basel region. The association has more than 120 members who work in the field of film and media arts. Balimage is committed to the promotion of the film and media arts industry and represents its interests to political bodies and authorities. Balimage is the “meeting point” of the film scene – offering services, exchanges, debates and networks for the industry. Balimage wants to make film and media arts in the Basel region visible and accessible to a wider audience.

Balimage events:

  • “Basel Film Night” at the Allianz-Cinema-Openair on Münsterplatz in Basel (approx. 1000 people) in August
  • Basler Filmtreff (meeting of the Basel film community) about 8 times a year in the city cinema
  • Participation in the award ceremony of the Basel Film Prize

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La Quadrature du Cercle

Publié par Célia Janus le Friday 3 September 2021

La Quadrature du Cercle

La Quadrature du Cercle is a network of cinema programmers working in the Belgian non-profit sector, in Brussels and Wallonia.
Today, the network brings together more than 50 members active in cultural centers, local cinemas, arthouse cinemas, film clubs, media education associations, etc.
In total, La Quadrature du Cercle members program just over 5,000 screenings and attract over 200,000 spectators a year. Every year, La Quadrature du Cercle coordinates La Tournée des Magritte du Cinéma, the Fête de la FWB/volet cinéma and the “CinéMômes” festival for young audiences.


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Filmverband Südwest

Publié par Célia Janus le Wednesday 1 September 2021

Filmverband Südwest

The Filmverband Südwest e.V. is a professional association, giving the freelancers and service providers of the motion picture industry in south-west Germany a voice. We are working closely with local funding and broadcaster to improve the working conditions for freelancer and strengthen the industry in the Southwest.


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Association des Producteurs Audiovisuels du Grand Est

Publié par Célia Janus le Wednesday 1 September 2021

Association des Producteurs Audiovisuels du Grand Est

The mission of APAGE (Association des Producteurs Audiovisuels du Grand Est) is to federate and coordinate the actions of producers of audiovisual, cinematographic and interactive works in the Grand Est region (Alsace, Champagne-Ardennes, Lorraine).

APAGE brings together some thirty companies, present in all genres: documentary, fiction, animation, new media and live performance recording-recreation.

 

For more information, visit our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/associationAPAGE


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Société des Auteurs Indépendants de Région Est

Publié par Célia Janus le Wednesday 1 September 2021

Société des Auteurs Indépendants de Région Est

SAFIRE (Société des Auteurs Indépendants de Région Est) is an association that brings together the writer-directors of the Grand Est region and represents them to the public authorities and to the various film and audiovisual bodies. It is also a place of exchange, reflection and emulation. It results from the merger of Safire Lorraine and Alsace.


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Les Kinotechniciens du Grand Est

Publié par Célia Janus le Wednesday 1 September 2021

Les Kinotechniciens du Grand Est

Association of film and audiovisual technicians in the Grand Est.

Composed of an office and a board of directors of professionals in the field. The association counts for members professional technicians of all backgrounds. It aims to promote and develop the technicians of the Grand Est and their skills, in the region and outside it. It is a dynamic partner of the institutions (BAT, regions…), a reliable interlocutor with the productions, it puts in network the technicians of the territory and allows them to develop professionally. We are present on a majority of professional events in France, you can also meet us every month in Reims, Metz or Nancy and Strasbourg at the Kinoapéro, a meeting place where members can meet informally. And of course, the annual professional meeting organized by the association with conferences and master-classes for professionals.


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