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Kjaramál

Fulltrúar FK í kjaradeild hittu loksins samninganefnd á vegum SÍK til að ræða drög að samningi sem FK lagði fyrir framleiðendur í nóvember á síðasta ári. 


Í samninganefnd fyrir hönd FK sitja: Bergsteinn Björgúlfsson kvikmyndatökumaður, Fahad Falur Jabali aðstoðar leikstjóri, Guðbergur Davíðsson kvikmyndagerðarmaður, Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir formaður og Stefanía Thors klippari. Fyrir hönd SÍK sátu fundinn, Hrönn Kristinsdóttir Ljósband ehf, Kjartan Þór Þórðarson Sagafilm og Lilja Ósk Snorradóttir Pegasus.  Á þessum fundi lögðu fulltrúar FK fram ný og einfölduð drög af samkomulaginu og ræddum málið í góðu tómi. Góður vilji er hjá báðum aðilum til að ljúka þessu samkomulagi sem fyrst þannig að kvikmyndagerðarmenn og aðrir sem starfa við kvikmyndagerð á Íslandi sé tryggt viðunnandi starfsumhverfi. Það er beggja hagur að skýrar reglur séu settar um vinnuaðstæður, vinnutíma og öryggismál. Þeir sem að hafa áhuga á að kynnar sér nýjustu drög samningins geta gert það á lokuðu vefsvæði félagsins.

Í honum er þetta meðal annars að finna:


MARKMIÐ

Markmið samnings þessa er að tryggja starfsfólki í kvikmyndagerð viðunnandi vinnuaðstæður.

VINNUSTUNDIR

Vinnustundir má vinna á hvaða degi sem er á fimm daga tímabili, frá mánudegi til laugardags.

Vinnutími hefst og honum lýkur á hefðbundinni starfsstöð vinnuveitanda eða á mótsstað, ef um það hefur verið samið.

Lágmarksútkall er 4 klst hvort sem það er unnið eður ei.

(athugið að þetta eru aðeins drög, hluti af samkomulaginu og það á eftir að fara yfir ásteitingsmál og ljúka samningnum)

Innskráning á vef fyrir félagsmenn

Til að skrá þig inn á læsta svæðið velur þú innskráning í stikunni efst á síðunni.

UNAFF announces 2013 Call for Entries for 16th UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival)

 

October 17-27, 2013 Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, San Francisco and Stanford University - celebrates the power of international documentary films dealing with human rights, the environment, protection of refugees, famine, homelessness, racism, disease control, women's issues, children, universal education, war and peace. In addition to our ongoing celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this year we emphasize the theme

INDIVIDUAL TO UNIVERSAL.

"Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible"

(Article 29 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Formats: Beta SP, Blu-ray, DVD (NTSC)

 

Preview: DVD (NTSC) or Blu-ray region 0 or 1. Please test your consumer-burned discs on several makes and models of players before submitting it. Our jury process is unfortunately not suitable for on-line screeners. All lengths are eligible. Rough cuts or works-in-progress will be reviewed by the UNAFF Jury but the filmmakers are urged to submit as close to the final cut as possible. UNAFF will not accept new versions of a selected film later than 10 days before the start of the festival unless requested by the programming staff.

Entry fee: $25 for films up to 30 min. (late deadline $35) and $35 for films longer than 30 min. (late deadline is $45). Please send a check or money order payable to UNAFF or use PayPal through the UNAFF web site www.unaff.org (please enter This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Early Deadline - May 3, 2013*

Regular Deadline - May 23, 2013*

Late deadline - June 3, 2013*

(*Postmarked)

THE ENTRY FORM: www.unaff.org or www.withoutabox.com

Awards include a CASH prize and Adobe software

  • UNAFF Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary $2000
  • UNAFF Grand Jury Award for Best Short Documentary $1000
  • UNAFF/Stanford Video Award for Cinematography $500
  • UNAFF/Stanford Video Award for Editing $500
  • UNAFF Youth Vision Award $500

UNAFF provides filmmakers with lodging and pass credentials and helps with airfare.

 

Please submit screening materials and background info to:

UNAFF 2013

CERAS/CAW Room 114

Stanford University

520 Galvez Street

Stanford, CA   94305-3084

Questions or comments: Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (650) 724-5544

Menningarlandið 2013 - ráðstefna á Kirkjubæjarklaustri 11. og 12. apríl 2013

Meðfylgjandi er boðsbréf  á ráðstefnuna Menningarlandið 2013 – framkvæmd og framtíð menningarsamninga, sem haldin verður á Kirkjubæjarklaustri dagana 11. og 12. apríl næstkomandi.

KVIKMYNDAMIÐSTÖÐ ÍSLANDS Í SAMSTARF VIÐ THE ROBERT FLAHERTY SEMINAR

Hin rótgróna og virta vinnustofa The Robert Flaherty Seminar mun í ár bjóða upp á sérstakan styrk fyrir íslenska umsækjendur – Icelandic Film Centre Fellowship. Styrkurinn felst í að Kvikmyndamiðstöð Íslands greiðir þátttökugjald fyrir einn Íslending, verði hann valinn á námskeiðið. Gisting og uppihald er innifalið í þátttökugjaldinu, ekki ferðakostnaður. Námskeiðið fer fram í Colgate University í Hamiltons, NY, dagana 15. – 21. júní. Umsóknarfrestur um Icelandic Film Centre Fellowship er til 5. mars – annar umsóknarfrestur er til 1. mars.

Frekari upplýsingar og umsóknareyðublað má nálgast hérna. http://flahertyseminar.org/the-flaherty-seminar/2013-fellowship-information-2/ Vinsamlegast athugið að umsækjendur um Icelandic Film Centre Fellowship þurfa ekki að skila inn meðmælabréfi með umsókninni. Á umsóknareyðublaðinu er ekki í boði að haka við Icelandic Film Centre Fellowship – umsækjendur um styrkinn skulu í staðinn haka við “Professional Development Fellowship”.

Rétt er að ítreka að úrvinnsla umsókna og úthlutun styrksins er alfarið í höndum námskeiðshaldara, ekki Kvikmyndamiðstöðvar Íslands.

Upplýsingar um The Robert Flaherty Seminar og efnistök námskeiðsins 2013:

The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar is the longest continuously running film event in North America.Named after Robert Flaherty (Nanook of the North, Man of AranLouisiana Story) who is considered by many to be the father of documentary film, The Seminar began in 1955 when Flaherty’s widow, Frances, convened a group of filmmakers, critics, curators, musicians, and other film enthusiasts at the Flaherty farm in Vermont. For more than fifty years the Flaherty Seminar has been firmly established as a one-of-a-kind institution that seeks to encourage filmmakers and other artists to explore the potential of the moving image. The films of such directors asRobert Drew, Louis Malle, the Maysles brothers, Mira Nair, Satyajit Ray, John Cassavetes, Yasujiro Ozu, Pedro Costa and Robert M. Young were shown at the Seminar before they were known generally in the American film community. New cinematic techniques and approaches first presented at the Seminar have routinely made their way into mainstream film.

The weeklong Seminar brings together over 160 filmmakers, artists, curators, scholars, students, and film enthusiasts to celebrate the power of the moving image. Registration is open to the public and participants gather for a communal living experience that includes meals, social hours, special events, and at least three screening sessions daily followed by discussion. A different programmer is selected each year to shape the Seminar’s theme and objective, which relates to a regional or national cinema, examines a stylistic feature, or responds to current world events. The Seminar is an intimate and intense experience where the traditional barriers between maker and audience are gradually obliterated. The structure of the event ensures that participants have greater access to the featured artists than would be found at festivals or conferences.

The 59th Flaherty Seminar, “History is What’s Happening” programmed by Pablo de Ocampo will examine both the frame and subject of history in cinema to understand how the social and political conditions of the past are inextricably linked to the present. Featuring film and video works which employ radical gestures in both form and political position, the Seminar will draw upon strategies of performance, collective production, re-speaking, and archival research to consider the ever-shifting contexts and conditions in which images from the past are watched and repurposed. Here, documentary listens as much as it tells; it produces an engaged space which hopes to create the conditions for communication. Questioning the effect of nostalgia in relationship to archives of images, the works in this program put forth the proposition that the function of history in cinema is not about remembering or recording, but about its potential for action.

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