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  1. Have you heard about new Plus Camerimage's educational consulting programme? XIX Plus Camerimage will host the educational programme Talent Demo. This initiative is addressed mainly to students of film and artistic schools and independent filmmakers who will have once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to present their works or ideas to Experts from the film industry: cinematographers, producers, distributors, agents, etc. The selection of participants of Talent Demo will be done basing on the applications send to the festival organizers. Selected participants will have an opportunity to present their projects to industry professionals and to discuss their artistic path with them. Submissions deadline is 18th October. You can read more about the programme's requirements and find all the necessary forms on www.pluscamerimage.pl Who is going to enter?
  2. The Plus CAMERIMAGE Film Festival is pleased to continue the tradition of bringing selected winning films from the Festival to an invited audience in Los Angeles. Four features, three student etudes, one documentary, and two music videos that triumphed at the December 2010 edition of the Festival will be shown during two days of special screenings, February 15-16, 2011, at the William Morris Endeavor Agency in Beverly Hills. Enjoy a sample of the unique spirit of Plus CAMERIMAGE and experience the best of the international cinematography. At the event you will have the pleasure to meet the cinematographers of Polish films awarded at Plus CAMERIMAGE 2010. Arthur Reinhart (Venice), Piotr Wojtowicz (Little Rose), Piotr Stasik (The Last Day of Summer) and Jakub Giza (I Won’t Be Here Tomorrow) will be the special guests of the Show. For details see: http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.php?lang=en&pg=e2fd187f035c503 For schedule see attached file. RSVP to aga [at] camerimage.pl till February 12th.
  3. We have a great pleasure to inform that the selection process for the competitions of the 18th Edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography PLUS CAMERIMAGE 2010 has begun. You can now submit your films and music videos. PLUS CAMERIMAGE is the biggest international film festival devoted to the creation of a film image by the cinematographers. The aim of the competitions being a part of the Festival is to present films and music videos of high visual values. The presented works will be judged by panels of international Jury who will grant the winners our prestigious awards. The Festival’s program will include: Main Competition (fiction films) Student Etudes Competition (fiction etudes) Polish Films Competition under the patronage of Plus network operator (fiction films) Documentary Films Competition under the patronage of Discovery Networks Central Europe: - Short Films - up to 60 minutes running time - Feature Length Films - more than 60 minutes running time Music Videos Competition Before submitting your entry, please read the Rules of the competitions available at our website. Film submissions can be done by filling out the online entry forms. The entry will be accepted if the required materials specified in the Rules, accompanied by the Entry Number provided in the e-mail submission confirmation, are sent to the Organizer's address. For any additional information please contact: for Documentary Films Competition: - Dariusz Wyczolkowski: doc [at] camerimage.pl, phone: +48 56 62 100 19 ext. 123, fax: +48 56 652 21 97 for Music Videos Competition - Kamil Horodecki: kamil [at] camerimage.pl, phone: +48 56 62 100 19 ext. 122, fax: +48 56 652 21 97 for other competitions - Daria Piskorz: daria [at] camerimage.pl, phone: +48 56 62 100 19 ext. 106, fax: +48 56 652 21 97 The Festival will be held in the city of Bydgoszcz from the 27th November through 4th December.
  4. Within the 10 years of organizing the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Plus Camerimage in Łódź we have managed to achieve a lot. Regretfully the recent events in that city proved, that despite all our efforts we did not win a lasting support of the local authorities. They resigned from building the New Festival and Congress Center designed by Frank Gehry and blocked the future development of the Festival. Therefore, in March this year, we informed you that, taking into consideration the future and the independence of Plus Camerimage we have decided to move the Festival out of Łódź. Since then we have been looking for a place where we could held the next edition of Plus Camerimage Film Festival. We have analyzed a dozen or so venues that could serve as a Festival Center. The venue that meets our expectations and the requirements of the Festival best is Opera Nova in the City of Bydgoszcz [bid-goshch]. It is a modern facility picturesquely situated at the bank of Brda river in the city center. Opera Nova, with its two stages (grand and small), two auditoria, skillful technical and administration staff, constitutes a suitable infrastructure for creative endeavors. The building also includes a Congress Center of Opera Nova destined for the organization of conferences, symposia and conventions. The whole facility together with the nearby Multikino (cineplex) and high standard hotels will allow us to gather all the festival events in one place. What is very important for us is the great support from the Authorities of the City of Bydgoszcz, and the advanced plans for the city’s development aimed at a cultural infrastructure, including Congress Center with 2000 - 2500 seats. We are convinced that the building of Opera Nova, the thriving cultural milieu of the city and the support from the city’s authorities will allow us to bring to you the Plus Camerimage 2010 at a high standard of both the program and organization. We invite you to the City of Bydgoszcz. We are coming back to the Kujawsko – Pomorskie Region where the history of the Festival began. Bydgoszcz is only 40 kilometers away from Toruń, the city where the Festival was born and was held for first 7 years. We invite you cordially to the 18th edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Plus Camerimage 2010. Come and be with us! Sincerely Marek Żydowicz Plus Camerimage Director
  5. Plus Camerimage Special Award to the Polish Cinematographer for Immense Contribution to the Art of Film goes to Dariusz Wolski. Dariusz Wolski, ASC, (born 1956 in Warsaw) is a Polish cinematographer who is greatly respected abroad. He undoubtedly rose to fame thanks to the American super-production Pirates of the Caribbean, for which he was the cinematographer and Gore Verbinski the director. It was a great critical success receiving various prizes but also a box-office hit with an army of fans. The unique, gloomy atmosphere of the camerawork, which had first been fully used in the film adaptation of the comic book The Crow (dir. Alez Proyas), became Wolski's hallmark. His talent was recognised by Tim Burton, one of the most original contemporary directors. After their successful collaboration on Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street he hired Wolski for his next film project – Alice in Wonderland (2010). Selected filmography: # Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, 2007, dir. Tim Burton # Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, 2007, dir. Gore Verbinski # Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, 2006, dir. Gore Verbinski # Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, 2003, dir. Gore Verbinski # Bad Company, 2002, dir. Joel Schumacher # The Mexican, 2001, dir. Gore Verbinski # A Perfect Murder, 1998, dir. Andrew Davis # Dark City, 1998, dir. Alex Proyas # The Fan, 1996, dir. Tony Scott # Crimson Tide, 1995, dir. Tony Scott # The Crow, 1994, dir. Alex Proyas # Romeo Is Bleeding, 1993, dir. Peter Medak more at http://www.pluscamerimage.pl/index.php?lan...b39a62ee4f44dcf
  6. Plus Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award 2009 will be granted to an outstanding cinematographer Dante Spinotti ASC, AIC. The Award will be presented at the 17th edition of the festival which will be held from 28 November till 5th December in Lodz, Poland. The organizers of Plus Camerimage will pay a tribute to this innovative and visionary artist. A retrospective review of Spinotti’s films will present some of his greatest achievements. In early 80s, Spinotti shot his first features for cinema in Italy, and in 1986 he worked on Choke Canyon - his first feature in US. When producer Dino De Laurentis hired him to photograph Michael Mann’s Manhunter and Spinotti soon became one of the most appreciated cinematographers in Hollywood. Spinotti later continued to work with Mann also on The Last of the Mohicans, Heat, The Insider and most recently Public Enemies starring Johnny Depp and Christian Bale. He worked with many other reputable directors including Michael Apted, Bruce Beresford, Brett Ratner, Garry Marshall, Curtis Hanson, Giuseppe Tornatore, Ermanno Olmi, Roberto Benigni, Roland Joffe, Barry Levinson, Lina Wertmuller or Marcel Langenegger. More at: Plus Camerimage
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