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VIII PONTINO SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2012
MONEY PRIZE EURO 4.500 - FREE: NO FEES

FICTION, ANIMATIONS, SHORT DOCUMENTARIES e SOCIAL ADVERTISING...

FREE THEME or concerning AFRICA TOPICS
or concerning ENVIRONMENT-HUMAN BEING-ANIMALS

9 PRIZES:
Best Italian Film, International Prize , Best Female Director ,
Public Award , Prize Corto Press (best script),
Low Budget, Lazio Youth, Best Pontino Short Film, Prize Short Africa

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Hi all! My name is Peter and I am relatively new to the videomaking business. I go to a filmschool through which I managed to secure an internship filming documentaries in and about Uganda (east africa) next february.

The tricky bit is the fact that I'll be alone throughout the process. Which means i'll have to manage sound, video and interviewing all at the same time.

I have been given a 4000 euro budget and am trying to work out what gear to take with me and was wondering whether any of you have some suggestions for both the gear and the trip itself.


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I have the fortunate opporunity and experience to be able to pursue and get footage of a wide variety of African Mammals/Birds/Insects/Reptiles/Amphibians/Plants etc.

Is there a market for the 'out-of-the-ordinary' animal scenes, like Bushpig, Aardvark, endangered Karkloof Blue Butterfly, Narina Trogon etc? or is it just the big and nasties like Elephant/Buffalo/Lion/Rhino etc that sell?? Is it worthwhile to pursue???

If so, what formats are recommended? What do you guys think?


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