The Madrid Film Institute has opened registration for access to five partial scholarships of 1,900 euros applicable to your degree of editing and post-production. The call will end on 26 July and the selection of winners will be published on August 10.
the call consists of five partial scholarships of direct access to second year with a very significant reduction in the cost of the diploma. Instead of 4,700 euros of annual course, five recipients may pursue the diploma for 2,800 euros. All academic costs activity (teaching classes, practical classes, documentation, projections, final practices, etc.) are included in this amount. They do not include any other costs, as the corresponding to the transfer, movement, accommodation, maintenance, etc. of the fellow.
these scholarships are aimed at students or graduates of the image or communication areas. They are also suitable for applicants with some knowledge of editing or mounting. The motivational factor will be especially valuable to.
applicants should have experience and knowledge of film language or be graduates or advanced students in the areas of image, film school, communication, philology, humanities or social sciences.
the grant recipients will have until September 5 to confirm their acceptance, as well as their availability to enter the diploma. Past that date and will without receiving such communication, be deemed, for all purposes, that it has renounced the scholarship and that it may be granted to another applicant.
for awarding these scholarships is valued, in the same range, the academic and professional background of applicants. Those profiles that have a general and introductory training on narrative, artistic and industrial processes that produced the film and TV will be assessed favourably. Requests for any of the 18 countries that integrate the Ibermedia programme will be assessed favourably: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.