Association UKUS and Film Academy FAMU from Prague are the organizers of the film workshop CinemaPlay for up to 12 participants, young or future filmmakers, who will develop their creative idea and make the film in only three days, divided into groups.
The participants will work on their short feature films from Saturday 2 May till Monday 4 May in Rijeka, Croatia, with the support and guidelines from the mentors. Those are Ivo Trajkov, Head of Editing Department at FAMU, film director, producer, scriptwriter, script editor and president of FAMU Senate, than Tomáš Doruška, Head of Academy program FAMU International, film director and editor, Željka Suková and Aleš Suk, Association UKUS, film directors and producers, and Dominik Krutský, film director and editor and production assistant at FAMU.
Finished films will be publicly screened in Art-kino Croatia in Rijeka, on Monday 4 May, at 8 PM.
CinemaPlay creates a sense of empowerment among the filmmakers. By completion, all the challenges have been met. The filmmakers have completed their shorts as a direct result of the collaborative process. The members have developed mutual respect for each other’s contributions and a deeper understanding of the art and craft of filmmaking.
The program is organized by FAMU and UKUS, and supported by Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Student Cultural Centre of the University of Rijeka, Art-kino Croatia, MMSU and Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020 campaign.