Network

Denmark – Aarhus Short Film Challenge

Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an annual international short film competition based in Aarhus, Denmark. Contestants have just 7 days to create a short film of up to 5 minutes that creatively interpret 2 randomly drawn topics and submit it

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Czech Republic – InVitr0

InVitr0 is an European network of 10 production houses (cz – Sirena Film, Nomad Film, de – The Talent Incubator UG, dk – Oskar Films , gr – Argonaut Films SA, nl – Volya Films, fr – Vendetta Films, ru

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UK – Encounters

Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival (Bristol) is the UK’s longest running competitive short film and animation festival. The festival became a member of the NISI MASA Network in 2011.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina – International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus

Since its inception in 2007, the International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus screened  hundreds of films, out of which roughly 75% were European, and a huge majority  were short films made by young people. The International Film Festival Kratkofil Plus is

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Albania – First Step Film Festival

First Step Film Festival is organized by d`ART association, which operates in Tirana, Albania since in 2010 and is the NISI MASA member association in Albania.   This organization, comprised of young artists interested in cinema, aims to support young artists in the audiovisual

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Czech Republic – Kino Praha

Kino Praha was the first Czech Association to join the NISI MASA Network. It’s a Prague based NGO, gathering all kinds of film enthusiasts and organizing international film making workshops for young film makers (directors, cinematographers, actors, sound designers, film

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Estonia – NISI MASA Estonia

NISI MASA Estonia was founded by three young filmmakers in order to be a part of the NISI MASA – European Network for Young Cinema. It aims to initiate new fresh projects and get involved in organizing international NISI MASA projects.

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Finland – Euphoria Borealis ry

Euphoria Borealis is a Finnish cultural association working in the fields of visual and audiovisual culture. We’re a mixed group of young people interested in arts and culture in general. The aim of the association is to encourage, develop and

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Germany – Munich Film Society

The Munich Film Society (Münchner Filmwerkstatt) is a non-profit association based in the Bavarian capital of Munich. Founded in 1995 to support, produce and exhibit independent, experimental, foreign and various other non-mainstream art films, the film society has grown from

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Greece – PSAROKOKALO

Athens International Short Film Festival “Psarokokalo” is an annual short film festival which takes place ever year in Athens Greece since 2007. The festival aims to provide a showcase for the work of new filmmakers from around the world and

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