Highlights of Berlinale Talent Campus

In filmmaking on February 10, 2008 at 10:16 am
I am attending the Berlin Film Festival 2008 as script consultant for the Singapore documentary, Invisible City. 
The Berlinale deserves its reputation as one of the top festivals in the world. Every section at the festival is a film universe unto its own and has developed a distinct identity and  developed  a loyal audience base over the years. 
The choices can be overwhelming, from the wonderful films you can catch to the parties and events.   Our senses are continuously bombarded by people, events and happenings. 
On top of all this, there is the Berlinale Talent Campus, a week-long film academy that runs parallel to the main festival.     Award-winning directors and top-notch industry professionals are giving seminars and workshops on a broad cross-section 
of topics, for instance
  • Between Realities — Development Documentary Film Treatments
  • Golden Key to the Archives: The Legal Path to Found Footage
  • Indie Film makers´ Guide to Using the Internet
  • Matters of Life and Death– Reviews that Make or Break
  • Real Life Emotions:Biopics & Doc Stars

And the list goes on. I look forward to busy week of watching films and listening to others talk about films.


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