Filmmaking Educational Program
The Doha Film Institute (DFI), in Qatar, is an umbrella organisation bringing all of Qatar’s various film initiatives under a single banner. The Institute offers year-round educational programmes of film making for young people, aiming to inspire and support a new generation of Qatari, regional and international filmmakers. These programmes include a full range of high-level courses, from intensive film labs with internationally acclaimed directors to cultural partnerships with other leading film institutions around the world, informative panel discussions, animation classes, weekend workshops and hands-on professional training. Educational support and resources are available to cinephiles of all ages and grants are offered to individuals wanting to make short films, who live in the Middle east.
On the website, video resources are available for each section of the "WORKSHOPS AND LABS" menu (see also the Additional Information below).
DOHA TRIBECA FILMMAKER PROGRAM http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/doha-tribeca-filmmaker-program
"HARRER, HARRER" http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/harrer-harrer
VIDEO ART http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/video-art
10-MINUTE FILMS http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/10-minute-films
ONE MINUTE FILMS http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/one-minute-films
MAISHA FILM LABS http://www.dohafilminstitute.com/education/maisha-film-labs
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