The Berlin International Film Festival invites 500 young filmmakers from all over the world to attend workshops, share ideas and mingle with international stars and colleagues during the Berlinale Talent Campus Week.
Make connections with a global filmmaking community and get inspired. A six-day programme will touch on the essential issues of filmmaking: the latest technical developments, creative tools, stylistic trends, new markets and philosophical perspectives.Or apply for the Working Campus and enjoy exciting opportunities to show your skills in several special programmes running parallel to the Campus programme.
Your application for the Berlinale Talent Campus will only be processed if you meet the following requirements:
a) You are fluent in the English language.
b) You fill in the Application Form correctly and fully in English. In case you are selected as participant, please be aware that your data will be published on our website as provided by you.
c) You work or study in the areas of screenwriting, producing, directing, cinematography, acting, editing, sound design, film music composing, animation, art direction, and production design.
d) You have worked on at least one short film that was awarded a prize, OR you have been invited to an international film festival, OR you have worked on a film of at least 60 minutes in length, OR you are a student in your final semester at a film school and have worked on several short films.
e) You have not taken part in previous editions of the Berlinale Talent Campus.
f) You have submitted a complete application, including sample of work.
Please note that the application is individual. We cannot accept team applications. You must obtain the consent of the other copyright owners for the use of the work sample submitted as stated below.
The application consists of two parts: Part 1: Online Application Part 2: Analog Application: Work Sample