ZOOM IN: INTERVIEW WITH JÉSSICA DOMÍNGUEZ
5 June 2019 - The International Zinema School Fest presented its first edition in 2018 with the participation of film schools from all over Europe, as well as important professionals and experts from the cultural sector. Among them is Jéssica Domínguez, Head of Culture for Development at UNESCO – Basque Country Centre, who tells us about her experience at the festival.
BIZSF OPENS ITS CALL FOR ENTRIES
29 April 2019 - The Bilbao International Zinema School Fest has opened its call for entries for the 2019 edition. Cinema students worldwide can submit their work until 5 July 2019 in any of the competion categories: experimental, fiction, documentary, animation and Basque Cinema.
More information: competition rules
THE EUROPEAN SCHOOLS ZINEMA FEST HAS SUCCESSFULLY ENDED
30 November 2018 - The European Schools Zinema Fest has ended with the participation of 6 Basque, 3 State and 5 European film schools that have shown a total of 35 final-year projects, competing to win an award within the four sections of the festival. For five days, the Auditorium of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Bilborock Hall have hosted the screenings of the works selected to participate in the festival, as well as the masterclasses taught by important filmmakers and interdisciplinary artists, in addition to the Forum "The Future of European Cinema" and the Film Schools Meeting.
Winners of the 2018 edition of the festival were:
Poland - 4’ 55”
(The Polish National Film TV and Theatre School)
Everyone gets sick of everyone. But things become really bad when you get sick of yourself.
Aitziber Escudero & Oihane Amurrio
Spain - 2’ 35”
Fine Arts Faculty of EHU - UPV
"I empower myself to create fictions about real lives, which, without any justification, become inside my mind, real lives about fictions, while establishing standards such as those dictated by culture and to which we are chained."
Matthias Kreter & Max Breuer
Germany - 10’
(Filmakademie Baden Wüttemberg)
Whiskey, cigars and rich food paired with playing cards. The obvious frame of a stylish and comfortably get-together. However, in this case the attendees do not play for fun and their standing but for their own life.
ESCULPIENDO EN LA MEMORIA (MEMORY SCULPING)
Spain - 3’ 40”
A story about the memory - both personal and private, as well as collective - through the art of sculpture
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