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Berlin 2004 poetry festival
Calendar Event: July 1, 2004 - July 4, 2004
2nd Z E B R A† Poetry Film Award / July 1 - 4, 2004.
As part of the Berlin 2004 poetry festival, the
literaturWERKstatt berlin,is inviting submissions for the 2nd international ZEBRA Poetry
Film Award, which is endowed with total cash prizes of 10,000 EURO.
2nd Z E B R A† Poetry Film Award / July 1 - 4, 2004 As part of the Berlin 2004 poetry festival, the
literaturWERKstatt berlin, together with the Deutsche Gesellschaft f¸r Technische
Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH (German Technical Cooperation) and interfilm berlin, is
inviting submissions for the 2nd international ZEBRA Poetry Film Award, which is endowed
with total cash prizes of 10,000 EURO. The international jury will announce the winners from
July 1 to 4, 2004. ZEBRA Poetry Film Award enjoys the kind assistance of the
Hauptstadtkulturfonds and the Goethe Institute. Eligible are films and videos up to 10
minutes long, produced after January 1, 2000. All films submitted must demonstrate a clear
connection to one or more poems. The following formats are permitted: 35mm and Beta SP/PAL.
The deadline for registration is March 31, 2004. The ZEBRA Poetry Film Award has become
established as the largest viewing forum for short films relating to poetry in terms of
content, aesthetics or form. It offers filmmakers from all over the world an opportunity to
take the measure of their work and to exchange ideas above and beyond the confines of language
and culture. A variety of events, an international colloquium and a full-fledged
retrospective complete the 2nd ZEBRA Poetry Film Award program. Further information at
http://www.zebra-award.org Contact: literaturWERKstatt berlin, ZEBRA Poetry Film Award Mr. Hajo
Schaefer (Project Manager) Knaackstr. 97 (Kulturbrauerei) D-10435 Berlin / Germany Phone:
++49 (0)30 48 52 45 34 / Fax: ++49 (0)30 48 52 45 30
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