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platform for young talents

EDU CUTS is supported by the British Council within the "Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans" (CC4WBs) project, funded by the European Union.

EDU CUTS project is focused on:

- Support for mobility of young talents from Western Balkan to covering the travel costs to participate in various festival workshops.

- Organizing 10 different workshop dedicated for young film creators

- Support for shooting of short films coproduction - in kind support with film equipment

- Network of festivals and organizations dedicated to educational and creative development of the of young people

- Stimulating Screenings of films from Western Balkan countries

- Exchange of information for Young Talents

EDU CUTS Partners

Planet-M Skopje

Planet-M is organizer of Giffoni Macedonia International Youth Film Festival

UMU Sarajevo

UMU Sarajevo is organizer of Telemach Youth Film Festival in Sarajevo

IFC Filmart - Pozega

Filmart is organizer of Interaction Student Film Camp and Interdoc film Festival

PriFilmFest - Prishtina

PriFilmFest is organizer of the PriFest Prishtina International Film Festival

Podgorica Film Festival

Organizers of Podgorica Film Festival and Young Audience Award in Podgorica

The “Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans” (CC4WBs) project, funded by the European Union, is focused on fostering dialogue in the Western Balkans by enhancing the cultural and creative sectors for increased socio-economic impact. Over a 48-month period, the CC4WBs project aims to improve the performance of the cultural and creative sectors in order to enhance skills, knowledge, access to financial aid to increase competitiveness and sustain co-production and circulation of goods and services in the Western Balkans.

"Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans" (CC4WBs) is a joint project implemented by UNESCO, the British Council and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), aimed at a broad participatory approach across all categories of sectoral stakeholders. This systemic and people-centered approach to development is intended to deeply embed progress across the sector, while ensuring ownership and engagement as key requirements for sustainability.

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