The Embassy of Mexico to the Eastern Caribbean States is pleased to announce the call for applicants by Cine Qua Non Lab for its 2019 Script Revision Lab in English for narrative feature films.
The Script Revision Lab in English is a residential workshop that gives independent filmmakers from around the world the opportunity to work intensively on their feature-length narrative scripts in an environment structured to foster professional collaboration and high-quality script development.
The Script Revision Lab in English will take place in Tzintzuntzan, a small town in the State of Michoacán, Mexico, approximately 50 km from the city of Morelia. The workshop, writing, and living spaces are tucked amidst the beauty of the Sierra Madre Mountains, overlooking Lake Pátzcuaro, a quiet natural retreat.
The lab will be held from Friday, August 2nd, through Saturday, August 17th, 2019. Writers or writer/directors from around the world developing a narrative feature film are eligible to apply. Applications will only be accepted for completed scripts that are ready for the revision process. The lab will be held in English.
This year, as a way of celebrating the tenth anniversary of the organization, Cine Qua Non Lab is bringing two facilitators to the Script Revision Lab in English and extending its duration.
Films developed in past editions of the lab have been selected for prestigious film festivals worldwide, such as Cannes, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca or Sundance, among many others, and have garnered numerous awards and recognition.
|The submission deadline is April 5th, 2019.
For the complete call, please visit: https://cinequanonlab.org/.
About Cine Qua Non Lab
Cine Qua Non Lab is a nonprofit organization based in Morelia, Mexico, and New York City, founded in 2010 with the mission of supporting independent cinema by providing a space for filmmakers to envision and develop their work. Cine Qua Non Lab focuses on storytelling and holds residential workshops in English and Spanish in Tzintzuntzan, a small town in the State of Michoacán, Mexico, in a quiet natural retreat overlooking Lake Pátzcuaro, giving independent filmmakers from around the world the opportunity to work intensively on their feature-length narrative scripts.
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