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ARCHIVE - Passport Control 1-41 - MEDIAWAVE Art Workshops :: PASSPORT CONTROL 7 - Ravazd (Hungary), 2008 :: FILM & PHOTO SECTION - application conditions, teachers, professional programmes

 

MEDIAWAVE

International Summer Art Camp

Film and Photo in Practice

"My Sweet Little Village"

18 - 26 July, 2008 - Ravazd (Hungary)

Participation fee: 35.000 HUF / 140 EUR 

Beginner and Advanced Groups
***
The number of the participants is limited.



This year is the 18th time when the Mediawave International Summer Art Camp attempts to serve as a background for those students from universities and colleges, who have really strong filmmaker or photographer ambitions. The camp concetrates on the professional work, it cannot provide any kind of pedagogical control. We’re looking forward mainly those young participants who don’t want only to have a pleasant holiday here, but who want first of all to study and, in addition who have enough fanatism for being able to show, to express their own talent. 

 

A few years ago the camp – together with its rejuvenated staff – moved to Ravazd, and since then it have got closer relationship with its neighbouring scene: people and the atmosphere of the region. People living here love starring in the films or on the photos made here during the workshop. 

For a few years there have also been international music workshops in several genres (jazz, underground, blues) organized parallelly with the camp - and as we studied: parallels meet in infinity - we hope they can meet even earlier. Thus you can co-operate a musician in the camp and make the soundtrack here for your film.

We are making negotiations with Széchenyi University's students of architecture, who will probably join us in the camp and will work on building a special, mobile, tiny art cinema, in which 20 pepole can sit it but some can peep into from outside of it, too. With a little luck it will function as the screening place of the results made during the workshop.

 


20 photos taken in the camp last year have been shown all around Europe (in international film festivals) in a so-called migrating exhibition. Five out of the films made last year here were awarded in Hungarian Student Film Days and one got into the competition programme in Hungarian Film Week.

 

 

Digital technics are accessible for everyone nowadays, it's cheap and fast to work with it. Those who study photography or filmmaking this way, approach filmmaking and photography in a totally different manner than those who study the analogue, historical technics as well. That’s why we’d like to show the camp’s participants the methods of the „Stone Age”, too, and that’s why we make emphasis especially on the analogue technics including:

taking photographs on films,  We’re dealing with the mixture of the two technics, too, but rather just on a superficial level. Our goal is to introduce the students many ways of expression and use of materials for giving them a wider scale of instruments they can work with. 

- elaborating them in traditional ways

- shooting on S8 and 16 films.

 


PHOTOGRAPHY

- instructor:

-Péter Szabó (a photographer who often teaches and deals with talented young photographers);
-Igazság Radu (a professor of photohgraphy at the University of Fine Arts in Bucharest, also an international-known animaton and experimental filmmaker)

 

- guest lecturers:

Attila Boltrész (studio photo)

Szabolcs Barakonyi (riport photo)

Imre Zalkay (historical photo technics)

 
- technics: dagerotype, stereo photography, camera obscura, digital photo technics;

- this year the motto of the camp is: "My sweet little village" (it is advised to watch Menzel's film) as a source of inspiration, since the neighbourhood of the camp, thus the scene of your films is the village of Ravazd and the countryside. 
- participation fee: 35.000 HUF/person (140 EUR), which includes the training, limited amount of raw materials, the technical background of traditional and digital photo-processing, meal and a camping place (please bring your tent with you!)

Here you can watch the films and photos made in the former camps. Click here!

 


FILM

•  group leaderMária Vízi;
technical instructors:
• sound: Tibor Jörg (sound editor);
• picture and lighting: Gábor Szepesi (cameraman);

• editing: László Hargittai (editor)
• 16mm and S8 technics: Szilárd Szilas;
• animation:Igazság Radu

•  this year the motto of the camp is: "My sweet little village" (it is advised to watch Menzel's film) as a source of inspiration, since the neighbourhood of the camp, thus the scene of your films is the village of Ravazd and the countryside.
•  participation fee: 35.000 HUF/person (140 EUR), which includes the training, limited amount of raw materials, the technical background of traditional and digital photo-processing, meal and a camping place (please bring your tent with you!)

Here you can watch the films and photos made in the former camps. Click here!



STAFF

Director of MEDIAWAVE SUMMER ART CAMP:
HARTYÁNDI Jenő (independent filmmaker, MEDIAWAVE Festival director)
co-ordinator - preparation, organizing teachers, students, production manager:
GAZSÓ Zsuzsanna (independent filmmaker, teacher of film and media)
Assistants
VARJU Nándor (teacher, independent theatre director)
RIPKA Eszter (student of film theory and history at ELTE) 
International co-ordinator, pr:
APONYI Noémi (MEDIAWAVE film assistant)



APPLICATION: 
- beginners:

photography: fully completed application form , including your field of interest, discussing ypur idea for photography in the motto of "My Sweet Little Village", and summarizing in 5-10 sentences why you’d like to participate and what you’d like to study in the camp;
film/animation: fully completed application form , including your field of interest, a synopsis (up to 1 page long about a film up to 5 minute long and cast only a few people) in the motto of "My Sweet Little Village", and summarizing in 5-10 sentences why you’d like to participate and what you’d like to study in the camp;

 

- for the advanced students:
photography: 8-10 photos taken by yourself, fully completed application form , including your field of interest, discussing ypur idea for photography in the motto of "My Sweet Little Village", and summarizing in 5-10 sentences why you’d like to participate and what moreyou’d like to study in the camp;

film/animation: 2 former films, fully completed application form , including your field of interest, a synopsis (up to 1 page long about a film up to 5 minute long and cast only a few people) in the motto of "My Sweet Little Village", and summarizing in 5-10 sentences why you’d like to participate and what you’d like to study in the camp;


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Scene of the sessions/ lectures:
- MEDIAWAVE yard house (Ciname in the Shed, trellis, edit studio)
- primary school (photo studio, atelier)
- apple garden (lectures)

Accomodation:

-in your own tents - in a real Garden of Eden owned by one of the Round Table’s Knights, in the picturesque neighbourhood of fruit trees and a small lake.

- shower with hot water: school
 - shower with cold water: apple garden

Meals:
- breakfast – MEDIAWAVE yard house
- lunch– Jegenye Restaurant
- dinner – MEDIAWAVE yard house
- pub – Diána Café


APPLICATION DEADLINE:

1 July, 2008

( you can find the application form at the bottom of the page)

Except of reasonable circumstances, the camp is not looking forward either those participants who arrive late, or stay here only for one or two days, or those, who can be categorized into the class of holiday tourists and artists searching for their own identites here.

Supplementary programs:
- daily screenings at the „Cinema in the Shed”
- Bakonyalja Feast

- Music Workshops

For the latest news and the completed list of programs visit the website: http://mwave.irq.hu

Organizers:
MEDIAWAVE Foundation (Győr),

Rómer House Public Foundation (Győr),
FAV Foundation (Bucharest)

Contact:
Mediawave
International Visual Art Foundation
Tel: +36-96-517-666; +36-20-995-0089
Address: Győr, Soproni u. 45., H-9028, Hungary
e-mail: idegles@gmail.com

 

 

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