On Sunday, 11 April at 18:00 everyone was invited to attend the screening of the best films made at the Baltic Film and Media School. The Creative Director of the school Martin Adamso will inform about the possibilities of studying cinema on an academic level at the school.
The screening closed the short film workshop organized by the Baltic Film and Media School, the Film School and Kim?. At the workshop, the film scripts were selected by the professors of the Baltic Film and Media School will be shot at Spīķeri on 10 and 11 April.
The Baltic Film and Media School at Tallinn University is the only higher-educational institution in northern Europe teaching film, television and media studies in English. The Baltic Film and Media School offers hands-on three-year BA and two-year MA programs, as well as various short courses. The Baltic Film and Media School representatives firmly believe that audiovisual education should be developed not only on an academic level, but also as an informal education. The school’s Creative Director Martin Adamso says: “The creative potential of countries like Latvia is the reason why the Baltic Film and Media School was founded in Tallinn. We are pleased that over the first four years almost one hundred students from Latvia have already attended our school.”
The Baltic Film and Media School sufficed the technical requirements of the workshop, as well as offer an intensive training programme taught by the professors of the BFM. At the end of the workshop everyone had the opportunity to watch the films by the Baltic Film and Media School students and to learn about the possibilities of studying cinema and audiovisual media in Tallinn.