Ministry of Culture announces competition to shoot movie about David the Builder

Ministry of Culture announces competition
Ministry of Culture announces competition to shoot movie about David the Builder

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs of Georgia is announcing a competition for a full-length feature film about the work of David the Builder on the occasion of the 900th anniversary of the victory in the Battle of Didgori; the Ministry spreads information.

The competition will be announced on August 12, and film companies operating in Georgia will have the opportunity to participate in it.

"Making this film is a complex multi-year state project, and therefore the competition is divided into several stages.

Stage 1

Companies wishing to participate in the competition must submit:

1. Synopsis of the script up to a maximum of 3 pages;

2. The director's vision;

3. The producer's vision, where it is mandatory to focus on the production aspects of the film and not on the ways of obtaining funding.

Stage 2

The Ministry of Culture will establish a professional commission to select one or several (not more than three) best projects from the projects submitted in the competition.

The selected project or projects will be given time to submit:

1. Detailed scenario without dialogues;

2. Visual presentation of the film (sketches of scenery and costumes, locations, etc.). At the end of the given stage, the commission will finally determine the winner to create the initial version of the scenario.

Stage 3

The company will be given one month to write the final version of the complete script. In total, the winning company will receive the equivalent of $ 20,000 in GEL for script and film work and will have 7.5 months to work.

Stage 4

An agreement will be signed with the company on the details and deadlines for the release of the film. The state owns the rights to the film," the Ministry said in a statement.

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