Kino Klassika’s Young Filmmaker’s Scheme

Kino Klassika’s Young Filmmaker’s Scheme

Kino Klassika Foundation launches the Young Filmmaker’s Scheme: a competition to find the most creative response to Eisenstein’s iconic film, October.

About the Young Filmmaker’s Scheme

This Autumn will see the launch of Kino Klassika’s Young Filmmaker’s Scheme with a pilot competition to find the most creative response to Sergei Eisenstein’s iconic masterpiece, October (1927). Entrants must be students under 22 years of age, and produce a film no longer than 12 minutes in response to the theme of revolution or social change.

Those selected for shortlist will have their work presented to an eminent panel of industry experts and the chosen winner will receive a £500 cash prize and have their work screened on all Kino Klassika media channels alongside our own centenary film concert of Eisenstein’s October on October 26th at the Barbican. We will be showing Eisenstein’s October (1927) accompanied by London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by European Film Philharmonic’s Frank Strobel. 

To apply, please send your short film to [email protected], along with a completed Young Filmmaker’s Form.

THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MIDNIGHT, SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 2017. 

Judges

Ilya Khrzhanovsky

Ilya Khrzhanovsky

Ilya Khrzhanovsky is a Russian film director and producer, and son of Andrei Khrzhanovsky, one of Russia’s most esteemed animation directors. Khrzhanovsky is best known for his films, 4, winner of five separate international film awards, and the long-awaited Soviet biopic Dau, described as ‘one of the wildest experiments in film history’. Heralded as the most ‘insane’ cinematic project of recent times, Dau was shot for two years in Khrzhanovsky’s own meticulously constructed totalitarian society, populated with a cast of thousands, where the cameras are constantly rolling, and the actors are not allowed to go home.

Sophie Fiennes

Sophie Fiennes

Sophie Fiennes, sister to actors Ralph and Joseph Fiennes, is an English film director and editor. Fiennes rose to critical acclaim with the award-winning Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow (2010), a documentary on the artist Anselm Kiefer. Her latest projects include the documentary The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (2012), following on from The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema (2006), her philosophical hit presented by the Slovenian psychoanalytic thinker Slavoj Žižek, and, more recently, the eagerly awaited documentary on Grace Jones – Bloodlight and Bami (2017).

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