Contents 5 Berlin and its Shorts - get up-to-date with the Berlinale’s short film programme and its platforms for emerging filmmakers, and marvel at the directors’ drawings about the selected films in the Mapping your Mind section
József Fülöp is an animation film director, producer and the head of the Media Institute at MOME - Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest. One of his latest productions, Symphony no. 42 by Réka Bucsi is in the Berlinale Shorts programme this year. He discusses the changes in the teaching of animation on page 36.
35 Paper and Pencil - all you need to know before you start making your film: education, labs and helpful tools to consider 49 The Pitch Page - seven short film plans that are worth looking out for this year
Domenico La Porta is the editor in chief of Cineuropa.org and a transmedia architect based in Belgium. For World of Shorts, he has collected a bunch of the most useful digital tools which can make a filmmaker’s life easier (page 40).
61 Short Shavings - a celebration of short films with a bunch of interviews, essays, how-tos and other useful resources including a festival panorama and workshop agenda
Michał Oleszczyk is a film scholar based in Kraków, Poland. He is the artistic director of the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and contributes regularly to RogerEbert.com. For this issue, he’s written about one of his all-time favourite shorts (page 62).
Cristina Grosan is an award-winning filmmaker, artist and the founding designer of World of Shorts. She shares with us her filmmaking credo on page 78.
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