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The European Film Masters

The call for the 8th edition of Kino Eyes is closed.
A new call will open on October 2022.

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+.


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
semester 1 starts
January
directors, producers, screenwriters at Napier University
semester 2 starts
January
Cinematographers, sound designers, editors at BFM
semester 2 starts
May/June
all students at BFM
Summer School
September /June
teams in all schools
semesters 3 & 4
June
all students at BFM
Graduation

News

KEM Alumna awarded at Toronto International Film Festival

KEM Alumna awarded at Toronto International Film Festival

Dulmaa Ochir, a Kino Eyes alumna and currently doing her PhD in Universidade Lusófona, is the winner of the Best Short Award at Toronto International Film Festival with her film Snow In September. She was recently awarded the Orizzonti Award For Best Short Film with the same project at La Biennale di Venezia. It's also the Venice Short Film Nomination For The European Film Awards 2022.

"Terminal Happiness" gets 4 nominations at Scottish Short Film Festival

"Terminal Happiness" is nominated in four categories at Scottish Short Film Festival.

  • Best Music - Margaryta Kulichova

  • Best Script - Chinh Van Tran

  • Best Actress - Rachel Flynn

  • Best Director - Eric Romero

Fado Menor in Dublin

Fado Menor in Dublin

"Fado Menor" was selected for GAZE International LGBT Film Festival, in Dublin, Ireland. This festival is the largest LGBT film event in Ireland. The short will be screened on 1st October.

KEM Alumna awarded at La Biennale di Venezia

KEM Alumna awarded at La Biennale di Venezia

Dulmaa Ochir, a Kino Eyes alumna and currently doing her PhD in Universidade Lusófona, was awarded the Orizzonti Award For Best Short Film with her most recent work Snow in September at La Biennale di Venezia. It's also the Venice Short Film Nomination For The European Film Awards 2022. Congratulations.

Lusófona University to be an ARRI Certified Film School next academic year

Lusófona University to be an ARRI Certified Film School next academic year

ARRI is a global company and one of the market leaders in the film industry. Named after its founders August Arnold and Robert Richter, ARRI was established in Munich, Germany, where the headquarters are still located today, with subsidiaries in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia.

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