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Venue: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Date: April 29, 2011 - August 31, 2011
The exhibition entitled 360º features installation works that highlight the museum’s distinctive circular building designed by SANAA, and offers unique spatial experiences to visitors. More
The Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres (AAPPAC) has 34 prominent performing arts centres in the Asia Pacific region as its members. The dialogue between member-CEOs and Programming Directors facilitates ease of exchange in information on programme, training opportunities, marketing and management initiatives and technical issues.
Having access to the key decision makers of major Asia-Pacific performing arts centres, the members are in touch with the latest developments in the Asia-Pacific arts scene through networking opportunities like annual conferences. More
Appan is a worldwide network for promotion and co-operation in the performing arts development. This network increases public awareness of the cultural spiritual identity of performing arts in the Asia Pacific Region to a worldwide audience. More
Deadline: June 30, 2011
The Australia India Design Platform (AIDP) is seeking applications from Australian designers or craftspersons who would be interested in traveling to India and work on product development concepts at the New Delhi Arts Residency, Lajpat Nagar. More
The Federation for Asian Cultural Promotion (FACP) is an association for individuals or corporations who are involved or interested in the performing arts. FACP is a non-profit, non-political organization which works to promote networks for performing arts managers in the region and to foster understanding of the rich cultural heritage of Asia around the world. More
Designed by architect Vann Molyvann and opened in 1961 as the Salle d’Expositions du Sangkum Reastyr Niyum, this 2,200m² purpose-built national exhibition centre has recently been renovated to accommodate major exhibitions and conferences. More
Administration of the CASH aims at promoting a higher standard of music composition, sponsoring local musical activities and developing songwriting talents.
It provides assistance to overseas Societies in the region, e.g. training.
Advisory services to Members and music users regarding copyright matters.
CASH liaises with relevant government departments and make recommendations on matters relating to copyright legislation and its implementations. More
Deadline: June 30, 2011
The Center for Slovenian Literature is seeking a writer in residence for a 3-week programme scheduled between September 5 and September 26, 2011 in Kočevje. More
For a good understanding of the situation in The Netherlands regarding financing, production, distribution and screening of films a number of statistical data is shown here. For an overview of the most recent films from the Netherlands, have a look at HOLLAND FILM catalogue. Including features, documentaries, shorts, animations and co-productions. Dutch Film Catalogue More
Some of the film and video projects that Sheep Entertainment had produced include the following: Dido’s Farewell (1998) Monologue Interieur (2001) Het Brandende Bruidje (2003) Holywood, here I am! (series about two people looking for stardom, ukuleles and happiness in the United States. 2000) A hole in the ground (2003/2004) De vergeten mens (2005) Als […] More
Rocket Animation was created in 1998. It produces Animation Series – Short Films – Commercials It also co-produced animation series and short films including Backyard Tales, Mikey’s Sporting Madness’, RTÉ/Den TV’s The Lab’ (live-action) and Joke Box, From An Evil Cradling, The Nest and The Angelic Organ. More
From ’60s classics like The Lion in Winter and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, and recent action adventures, including The Count of Monte Cristo and Reign of Fire, to modern day Oscar winners such as Braveheart and My Left Foot, Ardmore Studios has long been established as Ireland’s leading film and television […] More
The UCD School of Film conducts practical courses in film production and screen writing. It was set up in 1992 on the initiative of actor Gregory Peck, film producer Noel Pearson, former UCD President Patrick Masterson and UCD Professor Richard Kearney. Its purpose is to cater for the evolving technology and labour demands of an […] More
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board aims to ensure the continuity of production and availability of Irish films to home and international audiences. The Board was reconstituted in April 1993 by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands under the Film Board Act, 1980. Bord Scannán na hÉireann provides loans and equity […] More
The Irish Film Institute preserves, presents and promotes film culture in Ireland. It achieves this objective by: Maintaining the Irish Film Archive to the highest international standards; Making available, through its programming and its facilities, the best film experience possible for Irish audiences; Assisting in the extension of such experience to the other regions of […] More
SPI reflects members’ concerns and aspirations about a variety of issues affecting the current and future working environment of the independent film and television sector and communicates these views forcefully to the appropriate state, semi-state, and private bodies. It also works with state agencies to promote the industry abroad and increase the volume of co-productions […] More
It is the policy of the Department to develop and expand Irish film production in a way that maximises the return to our economy, including employment, and expresses our cultural identity through the medium of film. The Department:- 1. Provides funding for and works in close co-operation with the Irish Film Board, which is responsible […] More
IFTN – Your gateway to the Irish film and television industry. Irish Film and Television Network (IFTN) is Ireland’s premier film information service. The award-winning IFTN site is the most comprehensive news service and directory ever produced for the Irish Film and Television industry. It is up-dated daily, providing information about all aspects of the […] More
Windmill Lane Pictures is the premier post production facility house for Feature Film, Drama, TV Programming & TV Commercials in Ireland. Located in the heart of Dublin, Windmill Lane is Ireland’s longest established post production facility company, providing editing (Avid & Final Cut Pro), visual effects (vfx), compositing, Baselight Telecine grading, Spirit 2K Film Scanner […] More
The programme is wide-ranging, an eclectic mix of big budget pictures, world cinema, innovative independent films, documentaries and short films from all over the globe. The festival is a major showcase for Irish film production. Cork Film Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2005. This was also the year in which Cork assumes the European Capital of […] More
FishFilms is an independent film production company specialising in television commercials and film drama. Based in the heart of Dublin, Ireland. FishFilms constantly has several projects in development. Always on the lookout for inspiring drama scripts and interesting documentary ideas, FishFilms has a stable of award winning talent with the ability to turn dreams into […] More
Young Irish Film Makers is a unique and innovative digital film training and production centre where young people aged 13 to 20 years are empowered, through a rigorous practical training programme, to work at broadcast standards with professional digital equipment to make feature length films. Committed to helping young people get a start in film […] More
Frameworks produces a variety of video productions with/for a wide range of groups from the community and voluntary sector, non-governmental organizations, the educational sector, the arts sector and statutory agencies. Frameworks courses range from a basic introduction to video production to specialized training in the use of video for working with young people. Video can […] More
Cork Film Centre is a resource-based organization, focused on developing, promoting and facilitating people working creatively in the medium of the moving image. Cork Film Centre’s goals are: To foster an audio-visual culture and increase cine-literacy in the region To encourage participation in and experimentation with the moving image To facilitate those wishing to use […] More
FÁS/Screen Training Ireland is a state funded national training and development resource specifically created for Ireland’s film and television industry. It was established in 1995 to provide continuing training and career development opportunities for professionals in the independent film and television sector. FÁS/Screen Training Ireland programmes are designed to meet specific industry needs in relation […] More
Each end of May, just after the Cannes International Film Festival, the Transilvania Int’l Film Festival is a well established regular showcase presenting selection of the former year’s Romanian film production to the local and foreign professionals as well as to the Romanian public. The event is attracting internationally acclaimed journalists and critics, festival directors […] More
MOBRA FILMS is a production company that makes official a nine years common experience in filmmaking of its founders. Cristian Mungiu, director, Hanno Hoefer, director, and Oleg Mutu, cinematographer, were colleagues in the film school in Bucharest from 1994 to 1998 and worked together their school projects and the films that followed afterwards. Mobra film […] More
Asociatia pentru Promovarea Filmului Romanesc (APFR) Association for the Promotion of Romanian Films The main activity of APFR is the promotion of the Romanian films abroad, to promote awareness of Romanian film-making at an international level within the circle of professionals as well as of a wide public. APFR’s endeavor is to help presenting the […] More
The company started as a feature film production company in 2000. The company offers full service for location scouting, casting, concept and construction of sets, shooting and post-production services. More
The Ministry of Culture is the government department whose job is to pursue a global and coordinated policy in the area of Culture and related fields. It has, as its mission, to improve the conditions of access for citizens to Culture and, at the same time, to uphold and safeguard cultural heritage, encouraging new modalities […] More