REGULATIONS OF FILM SPRING OPEN WORKSHOP 2018, KRAKOW, POLAND
I. Film Spring Open Workshop for filmmakers
1. Film Spring Open Workshop (herein referred to as FSO) is organised by Film Spring Open Foundation (herein referred to as „Organiser”).
2. For 13 years already the Plenery Film Spring Open (“Open-Air”) has provided interdisciplinary and interactive workshops focused on the future of the audiovisual industry. In times of dynamic technological changes the aim is to provide the necessary continuous training and improve acquired artistic and technical skills among students and graduates of film schools as well as professionals and emerging talented filmmakers.
3. Open-Air is open to all individuals that represent one of the professions needed in film production (i.e. producers, directors, cinematographers, set designers, script writers, actors, composers, sound artists, editors, VFX, SFX, as well as programmers).
4. Open-Air program includes:
• Discussion panels about the future-oriented model of fiction film production,
• Lectures about new possibilities to finance films in Europe,
• Workshops on new technologies including presentations and tests of newest tools for production and postproduction,
• Cooperation of creative groups and a continuation of “Interactivity” project searching for a new format of a film show (creative groups of i.e. producers, directors, cinematographers, set designers, script writers, actors, composers, sound artists, editors, VFX, SFX, as well as programmers),
• Workshops on digital postproduction including presentations and lectures,
• Meeting with outstanding filmmakers to analyse production of their recent films,
• Presentations of newest tools working on the set,
• Making previses and consulting them with experienced filmmakers, in particular cooperation of creative groups making short films, including music videos, on the basis of Previs,
• Documentary workshops (documentary film in new media).
5. During FSO, participants will have the possibility to learn theory, acquire practical skills and consult their future projects.
6. Open-Air is carried by experienced team of professionals in audiovisual industry.
1. The participation in FSO is paid. Payment is made through the PayPal online service after the confirmation sent by the Organisers by e-mail. The information about acceptance of application will be sent to the e-mail address provided in the application.
2. Open-Air is planned for approximately 300 adult participants related to the film industry (students and graduates of film and theatre schools and film professionals).
3. The main requirement for participation in FSO is to register online through the link filmspringopen.eu and update the user’s profile with current information about participant’s work in audiovisual industry (registration opens on 12th June 2018 and closes on 5 October 2018), indicate willingness to participate in the FSO and send an application.
4. The registration is open for both individual filmmakers and dedicated groups. Organised groups are requested to send additional information by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Organiser will confirm the registration within 7 days after the closure of the registration.
6. The confirmation will be send by e-mail with a link to online payment and information about reservations of accommodation and meals.
7. Final confirmation is made after the payment is made.
- The registration fee will be returned to those persons who resign from the participation in the Open-Air by informing the organizers in writing no later than 2 weeks before the day of the start of Open-Air. The Foundation will deduce 10% of administrative fees from the returned fee.
III. Film Spring Open Workshop
1. FSO will take place between 17-26 of October 2018 in Krakow, Poland in Dom Gościnny „Przegorzały”, ul. Jodłowa 13.
2. FSO schedule (detailed program) will be available on the website www.filmspringopen.eu just before the start of the FSO.
IV. Rights and Obligations of Participants and Organisers
1. Organisers provide tuition and access to film equipment and software necessary to shoot and/or record sound, editing and postproduction of participants’ projects.
2. Organiser does not cover accommodation, meals or other individual expenses of participants.
3. Organiser does not bear any kind of liability for the loss, expenses or destruction of participant’s property.
4. Organiser has the right to change the date of Open-Air and its program, which will be announced through the portal and by e-mail.
5. Participants are liable for losses caused by their negligence.
6. Organiser does not provide insurance for participants and does not bear any kind of liability for this.
7. Participants are obliged to obey safety rules on the shooting plan. Taking this into consideration, the Organiser has the right to interfere in activities that are dangerous for participant’s health, in particular to prohibit or ask participants to refrain from similar actions.
8. Participants grant to the Organiser non-exclusive, free of charge, unlimited (in terms of time and territory) license for the use of audiovisual materials made during Open-Air for promotion of current or future activities of the Organiser in the following ways:
• In the scope of using it on the web and through Internet,
• In the scope of broadcasting in Television and other events organised by the Organiser,
• In the scope of copying and sending whole materials or its parts thereof (by any technique) to the unlimited number of users,
• In the scope of using whole materials or parts thereof for the purpose of promotional activities of next editions of the Open-Air and other activities of the Organiser.
- In the scope of uploading the materials in the archives on the www.filmspringopen.eu website accessible to all logged users.
- The participant agrees to include the Film Spring Open logo at the end of the film made during Film Spring Open. Download the logo here.
11. The participant agrees to free of charge dissemination of their image in all fields of use, in particular specified in art. 50 and 86 unit 1 point 2 of the Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.
12. FSO participants are obliged to read and follow these regulations. The participants accept the regulations when registering online for FSO.
13. Participants violating these regulations will be asked to leave FSO.