2015 International Film Festival Rotterdam Trainee Project for Young Film Critics

2015 International Film Festival Rotterdam Trainee Project for Young Film Critics

The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) Trainee Project for Young Film Critics is a talent development program that offers up to three young (under 30 years), motivated and talented professional film critics from outside the Netherlands a chance to travel abroad to cover a major international film festival, to get acquainted with the Rotterdam film festival in particular and the broad range of independent cinema it offers.

What to expect
– Complimentary IFFR 2015 press accreditation

– Budget hotel accommodation in Rotterdam from 22 – 31 January 2015

– Partial refund of travel costs when traveling from outside Europe

– A full schedule. IFFR wants its trainee film critics to really participate in the festival and interact with other industry professionals. The trainees will form a team, hosted by the IFFR Press Office and the Daily Tiger editorial staff. You get to explore all aspects of IFFR (screenings, exhibitions, Q&A sessions, and debates) as part of the program and to cover for your own media

– If your participation is successful and you have published reports that meet IFFR standards (in both quality and quantity) you get the opportunity to visit the next edition of the festival as an accredited journalist

Click here to see how to apply

Application Deadline: Friday 7 November 2014.

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