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International Cinematographers Film Festival Manaki Brothers


The name of the International Cinematographers’ Film Festival “MANAKI BROTHERS”, is in honor and inspired by the abundant cinematographic opus of the MANAKI brothers: Yanaki (1878-1954) and Milton (1880-1964), the two brothers who in 1905 brought the first film camera on the Balkan Peninsula. The festival has started in 1979 as an initiative of The Association of Film Professionals of Macedonia, the city of Bitola and the Cinematheque of Macedonia, Today the Festival is one of the most respectable places in the World, where the work of the Directors of photography are priced. Every year the best cinematographers across the worlde compete for the three main festival awards: The Golden, the Silver and the Bronze Camera 300. Every time, the festival is held, thousands admirers of the film art enjoy the best cinematic achievements of the past year. Besides in the movies, they are enjoying in the surrounding (environment) of many guest and stars known from the screen.

14 -21 September 2019 Bitola, Macedonia


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Call for entry for the 40th edition of ICFF “Manaki Brothers” September 14th to 21st 2019 in Bitola, Macedonia.

We are glad to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the 40th edition of ICFF “Manaki Brothers” that will take place from September 14th to 21st 2019 in Bitola, Macedonia.

FILMS IN COMPETITION FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY “CAMERA 300”

FEATURE FILMS CATEGORY:
The selected films will be screened at the 40th edition of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers”. The films (12-14 in the category) from the newest world production will be in competition for three awards for Best Cinematography: Golden, Silver and Bronze Camera 300. This category includes a five-member international jury which will select the awarded films.

SHORT FILM CATEGORY:
The selected films will be screened at the 40th edition of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers” and will be in competition for the “Small Camera 300” award.
Maximum length of the short films must be 15 minutes.

DOCUMENTARY PROGRAM:
The selected films will be screened in the Documentary Program category at the 40th edition of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers”.
Maximum length of the films must be 90 minutes. The award in this category is “Outstanding Contribution to the Things that Matter in Cinema”.

FILMS OUT OF COMPETITION

EUROPEAN CINEMA PERSPECTIVES:
Feature non competitive films

JUNIOR PROGRAM:
Animated/non-animated feature films for children. The selected films will be screened in the Junior Program category at the 40th edition of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers”
Maximum length of the films must be 90 minutes.

STUDENT PROGRAM:
The selected films will be screened in the Student Program category at the 40th edition of the ICFF “Manaki Brothers”.
Maximum length of the films must be 10 minutes.

APPLYING TO ALL CATEGORIES:
The films may be sent online (with a link to the video to the following e-mail address): manaki.festival@gmail.com
or sent by mail (a DVD copy) at the following address:
8-mi Mart 4, Skopje 1000,
Macedonia

The deadline of the call for entries is 20 July, 2019 (all day) 

 

 

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About International Cinematographers Film Festival Manaki Brothers


The International Cinematographers` Film Festival “Manaki Brothers”is the oldest one among the few film festivals in the world that evaluate the creative work of the cinematographer as a key figure in the creation procedure of the film.


Bitola, Skopje

Macedonia



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