The 2021 Film Prize Edition
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2021 Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, which is the last Film Prize edition, offers an adjusted training program with a Development Prize and finishes with a competition for two Best Pitch Awards.
Teams of young talented filmmakers from Germany and the Arab World will benefit from consultations on project development, gain primary experience with international co-production, get a pitching training and receive financial support.
By early October 2020, eight German-Arab film teams with project proposals for a short film (animation, fiction, documentary) or a feature length documentary will be nominated. Each nominated team will receive a Development Prize of 10,000 eurosand is invited to participate in a series of online trainings.
With the final Jury Pitch, the Nominees will compete for the Best Pitch Award, endowed with 10,000 euros and awarded to two of the eight teams.
The Online Trainings
Develop your project with mentors
Work with your team partners
Share your vision with the other Nominees
Learn more about international co-production and legal aspects
Discuss distribution and target groups
Exchange funding opportunities
Elaborate your dossier
Train your pitch with your trainer
Develop your pitch as a team
Pitch your project during an online interview
Rehearse your pitch with your trainer and the Film Prize team
Work out the comments you received
Pitch your project to the international Film Prize Jury