2. Statement on your film practice: In this section you are invited to describe your film/visual practice and the methods you have used to date in the development of your film/visual projects (Max 4000 characters).
Outline the following areas in your response:
a) Describe the films or visual projects you have made or been involved in/with and what motivated you to pursue making these films.
b) Expand on your role in the films/visual practices and why the film topics are of interest to you.
c) Describe your working method(s) and your approach to your work and working with others.
3. CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) – List your education (with the institutions) and dates of the qualifications. Outline your professional background, skills, filmography/ productions, grants/awards etc. In addition, describe your professional role in the work samples. (Max 1 page, pdf format).
4. Work samples, Media (Please note: Max 5 minutes in total). Your own film material can be taken from a full movie, excerpts or stand alone scenes/sequences. All material must have been produced within the last two years. You should have had a decisive professional role in the production and this should be clearly stated in the credits. If not it must be described in your CV. It is important that the material clearly visualizes your approach and interest within your practice. Use the section on the “statement of your film practice” to connect the description to your work samples (portfolio).