HOW TO MAKE A FANZINE
Festival fanzine workshop
14. 4.–19. 4. 2020 / Application deadline: 7. 4. 2020
The free-of-charge workshop How To Make A Fanzine is intended for genre film fans and all those enamoured with festival frenzy. Participants, whether experts or enthusiastic novices, will tackle the elements of fanzine art, from editorial work, film criticism and journalism, to graphic design, illustration, photography and video making. Under the guidance of their seasoned mentor, you will explore the basics of editorial work (editorial layout, concept, context), journalism (reportage, review, interview, commentary) and graphic design (typography and page layout, illustration, comic strip, photography and photo editing, print) through the use of both analogue and digital practices. The workshop will include prior preparation and working sessions during the festival. Participants will receive free of charge festival accreditations (access to all film screenings!). More information is available upon application.
Workshop mentor is Nejc Bahor, graphic designer, editor and author of PAF fanzine.
Participation is free of charge. Applications are open from March 15 to April 7, or until capacities are reached, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SHIVERING SKIN, SHARPENING GAZE
Film criticism workshop
14. 4.–19. 4. 2020 / Application deadline: 1. 4. 2020
How do genre classics achieve their cult status? How do they attack our senses and crawl under our skin? How do they establish, employ and transgress genre conventions? And what are these conventions? We will tackle all these questions and more at the six-day film criticism workshop Shivering Skin, Sharpening Gaze, organized by KINO! Film Society. Participants’ meetings will take place in the pleasantly thrilling festival atmosphere at the Slovenian Cinematheque. The viewings of selected genre treats will be followed by in-depth discussions, preparing the participants for their own writing. Texts will be published on Kurja Polt and Ostrenje Pogleda websites, with a selection of best works featured in KINO! magazine.
Maximum number of participants: 10. Participation fee: 15 €. Participants will receive a festival accreditation with free access to all film screenings. Workshop mentor is Dr Maja Krajnc, editor-in-chief of KINO! magazine, assisted by film critic Robert Kuret.
Applications are open from March 1 to April 1, or until capacities are reached, at: email@example.com
For more information call: 040 302 808 (Zala Ž.)