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Venice: Final Cut Program Boosts African Filmmaking

Final Cut, a workshop provided by Venice Production Bridge, provides post-production services to filmmakers from Africa and the Middle East:  

“An offbeat love story set against the backdrop of war in Sudan and a documentary about a group of women who dream of playing soccer for the Libyan national team are among this year’s selections for Final Cut in Venice, the Venice Production Bridge workshop providing post-production support to films from Africa and the Arab world.

Taking place from Sept. 3-5, the program recognizes the difficulties facing filmmakers in some of the world’s most challenging regions, while also filling a funding gap not addressed by European film funds.”

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(Source: Variety.com)

Originally published: 9/3/17

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