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The European Film Masters

Kino Eyes call is closed. A new one will open in October.

KEM IS AN ORIGINAL STUDY PROGRAMME THAT SEEKS TO PROMOTE NEW TEACHING AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNERS AND TEACHERS IN THE AREAS OF FICTION FILM MAKING AND CREATIVITY STUDIES. THIS TWO YEAR MA PROGRAMME IS A HIGHLY INTENSIVE FICTION FILM MAKING MASTERS DEGREE SUPPORTED BY ERASMUS+.

THE MA IS SPLIT BETWEEN FOUR DIFFERENT FILM SCHOOLS IN FOUR DIFFERENT EUROPEAN STATES: LUSÓFONA UNIVERSITY IN LISBON, PORTUGAL, SCREEN ACADEMY SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH/ NAPIER UNIVERSITY, UK, Baltic Film, Media and Arts School IN TALLINN, ESTONIA and IADT DUN LAOGHAIRE, DUBLIN, IRELAND

September
all students at ULHT, Lisbon
Start of Semester 1
January
directors, producers, screenwriters at Napier University
Start of Semester 2
January
Cinematographers, sound designers, editors at BFM
Start of Semester 2
May/June
all students at BFM
Summer School
September /June
teams in all schools
Start of Semester 3 & 4
June
all students at BFM
Graduation
  • Personally, it also expanded my critical sense, vocabulary, the level of discussion, writing skills, repertoire, among other things.

    Isabella Giordano

  • KEM was important for my professional growth, allowing me a professional environment to more closely explore film production with the guidance of working professionals in the industry.

    Clare Fogerty

  • Kino Eyes was a catalyst for my professional life by providing the guidance and the necessary tools to refine my practice, to be prepared and confident to work in an international setting and to acquire the knowledge necessary to become a strong collaborator in the filmmaking process.

    Israel Bañuelos Loreto

  • The Kino eyes program was integral in my development as a professional. From re-learning the discipline on set from various different perspectives and getting acquainted with the European workflows to learning the intricacies of post production, it has been one of the most insightful experiences and certainly an enormous boost in my self confidence.

    Shehryar Khan

  • Yes, very important. In two years I became a professional who can produce a project in a country I arrived just a month before.

    Nare Ter-Gabrielyan

  • Absolutely. It was thanks to my internship in Berlin, that resulted in my report, that I found the subject of historical representation of violence that has been guiding me through my fiction writing and my PhD research.

    Eduardo Prado Cardoso

  • KinoEyes played a major role in my professional and academic role in the sense that currently I have some knowledge of the professional process a TV show goes through before production starts.

    Fiona Ansah

  • Kino Eyes was fundamental to my professional growth. Before the course, working in film was something extra I did whilst working another job, chasing low- paid gigs to get my foot on the ladder and improve my portfolio.

    Matt Part

  • Yes, my graduations films from Kino Eyes helped me to get an internship after graduating and I learned a lot also during the time of making the films.

    Ahmed Abdelrazek

  • It was an important experience for sure. I wouldn't say that professional and academic growth is the main "point of impact" for me. It is primarily in terms of my personal development, and through that professional development.

    Nicola Vucinic

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