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Applications for the 2019 training programme are open

Applications for the 2019 training programme are open

This year the CICAE training course, co-financed by Creative Europe MEDIA sub-programme, will take place from August 26th until September 1st, again on the green and peaceful island of San Servolo, in Venice (Italy).

Content of the Training course
In a context of rapid technological change and strong competition with diverse forms of entertainment, this training programme offers trainees a place to reflect on their practices and learn from the experiences of dozens of professionals.
The course will be divided into 2 sessions: one for Junior participants and one for Executives. Trainees will share lectures and panel discussion together. But each group will also have its own programme, with a (Re)Start your cinema workshop for Juniors and one-to-one mentoring sessions for Executives, based on their specific professional challenges.
The programme will include:
> networking with peers of the industry
> in-depths workshops covering diverse topics, such as: green cinema, challenges of the film industry, web marketing, business planning and budgeting, technological evolution in cinema exhibition
> best practices, insights and tips
> panel discussions about relevant themes

Training fee for 2019 to be confirmed yet (approx. 1900€).
Tuition fee includes:
– Training material (print and online resources) + pedagogical costs
– Accommodation on the campus island of San Servolo (Venice, Italy)
– Breakfast + Lunch vouchers for the island’s canteen
– Accreditation to the 76th Venice International Film Festival (which include free transportation on the line that connects Venice and San Servolo to the festival´s venue, for the entire duration of the festival. Festival starts on the 28th of August)

Submission and deadline
The first round of submissions closes on March 31st. Applications should be submitted by filling out the form on the official website.
We recommend that applicants coming from countries far from Italy, and those who will need to ask for a visa, to submit their application as soon as possible to have enough time to organize their travel to Venice.

An Intermediate knowledge of the English language is required.

More detailed information about the course can be found here, as well as on the FAQ page.

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