If you are a black filmmaker from these regions and you have a film project for cinematic release but you need funding for – apply to the WCF. It is one of the few funding institutions supporting specifically filmmakers and cinema „in regions with a weak film infrastructure, while fostering cultural diversity in German cinemas.“ Link to World Cinema Fund: homepage: https://www.berlinale.de/en/world-cin… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worldcinema… Projects that have been funded by the WCF: https://www.berlinale.de/en/world-cin…
The video:bfffConnects presents interviews with leading black professionals and gatekeepers from the international film industry. In our second interview we talk with Isona Admetlla the fund coordinator of the World Cinema Fund (WCF). We met her in the lobby of the cinema Arsenal in Berlin. We talked with her about the WCF fund, how filmmakers apply for it and why the WCF is so important for black filmmakers coming from Latin America, Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, the Caucasus as well as Bangladesh, Nepal, Mongolia and Sri Lank.
The non profit organization Black Filmmakers Film Festival e.V. (BFFF e.V.) Berlin was founded with the objective to expand the activities of our partner organization in South Africa blackfff.co.za/home in Germany and Europe.
A team of black filmmakers and black film enthusiasts is joining forces to fulfill the mission of connecting film and media workers of colour worldwide. We want to showcase untold stories and present outstanding talents. We would like to develop an audience that appreciates the art of African storytelling.