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22 January 2018

Cairo International Women's Film Festival 2018 : Rough Cut Workshop for Arab Women Filmmakers

Cairo International Women's Film Festival

Rough Cut Workshop
for Arab Women Filmmakers

Deadline for application: 7th February 2018 

The Rough-Cut Workshop is an audiovisual consultation that will be offered to women filmmakers who are in the phase of working on the first rough-cut of their cinematographic work and need support regarding the content and the development of their film on an artistic and editing level. 

6 Arab women filmmakers, all working on the rough-cut of their films, will be selected and invited to the festival to engage in discussions of each other’s audiovisual works and to debate its different elements. They will also be discussing their works with an international jury made up of film critics, directors and editors.

The festival will cover the travel and accommodation expenses. 

The director(s) who has the most developed work on the editing and artistic level and the one who needs most facilities for the final cut, will receive: 

First Award: €4000 Post-production facilities. 
Second Award: €1000 to support the final cut. 

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