Monday, February 23, 2015

Academy for Southeast Asian Filmmakers workshops set for Bangkok, Jakarta

Mofilm, an outfit that puts on short-film contests around the world and acts as a social-network for indie filmmakers, will launch the Academy for Southeast Asian Filmmakers with workshops in Bangkok and Jakarta in May.

Here's a bit more about it from an e-mail:

Chevrolet and Mofilm have partnered to celebrate, foster and nurture filmmakers from across Southeast Asia, through the Academy for Southeast Asian Filmmakers (ASAF). The Academy workshops will be a free three-day course that will develop filmmaking expertise. The course, created and delivered by experts from the local filmmaking industry, will cover several aspects of filmmaker theory and practice, with a focus on developing the storytelling skills. Spaces on the Academy workshops – held in Jakarta from May 11 to 13 and Bangkok from May 15 to 18 – are limited and subject to application. The creative brief by Chevrolet will be a key part of the seminars, but is also open to creatives who didn’t attend the workshops. More details about the programme or to apply please visit

Spaces are limited. The application deadline is on March 31.

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