Five films on immigration is needed
Palantír Film Visual Anthropological Foundation is looking for five documentaries on immigration. The films will be included in their Strangers in My Garden collection. Deadline is February 20th, 2013.
Palantír Film Visual Anthropological Foundation is currently looking for the rights of five documentary films, which were produced in the EU. The aim is to include these films in the Strangers in My Garden film collection, which already has 34 films available for educational and cultural purposes.
The criteria of the films are the following:
- - Documentary film about immigrants, not refugees; this means people coming from countries outside the European Union and living among Europeans, e.g. the Moroccans in the Netherlands, the Turkish in Germany etc.
- - The film should present its subject with sensibility and empathy, which helps the audience to know the problems better connected with the integration of immigrants and it also has to contribute to dissolve tensions
- - Creative documentary films meaning non journalistic genres, non propaganda, non fiction
- - Its technical and aesthetical quality guarantees the interest of the audience
- - The film responds to recent European migration and incidents are described. The film focuses mainly on doubts raised about multiculturalism and / or the effect of social movements of Northern African expansion.
If you have a documentary film that meets the above mentioned criteria please send a preview DVD-copy with English subtitles along with the filled and signed data sheet to:
- Palantír Film Visual Anthropological Foundation
- 1461 – Budapest
- PF. 64.
Please write on the envelope: ‘No commercial value, cultural purposes only.’
The postmark will be taken as proof of timely sending in order to make it for the February 20 deadline. To get the required data sheet, please contact info_@If you can read this, please upgrade to a modern browser.docuart.hu
The project Strangers in My Garden was realized by the Palantír Film Visual Anthropological Foundation, a non-profit professional film organization established for the purpose of popularizing documentary films and promoting their social use, and to form a more conscious consumer attitude toward documentaries. Here you can read more about Strangers in My Garden.
The foundation has two permanent projects: the annual Dialektus Documentary and Anthropological Film Festival each March and the maintenance and development of the DocuArt Film Arts Center since March 2008. The center is home to a video library of about 1200 documentary titles accessible on location, and a 55-seat screening room for daily documentary shows. Here you can read more about DocuArt.
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