"ART OR CRAFT - Film Students and Teachers Face to Face".
What kind of expectations do film students and film schools in Europe have? What are the mandates the film schools are following, what are the students waiting for? Is it more about creative freedom or preparation for the market? These issues will be discussed at a roundtable which EFP will organise in collaboration with the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and within the framework of its new film students' programme FUTURE FRAMES which will run from July 5 - 7 in Karlovy Vary. Cineuropa, one of the programme's media partners, will moderate the event and has updated its film schools database accordingly:
http://cineuropa.org/sc.aspx?t=schoolabout&tid=2217

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