Script Revision Lab in Spanish
Call for Applicants
The Script Revision Lab in Spanish is a two-week residential workshop that gives independent screenwriters from around the world the opportunity to work intensively on their feature length narrative scripts in an environment structured to foster professional collaboration and high-quality script development. For more information, click here.
The lab will be held from Saturday, October 7th, through Friday, October 20th, 2017, in Tzintzuntzan, a small town in the State of Michoacán, Mexico, approximately 50 km from the city of Morelia.
Thursday, June 15th, 2017.
10 filmmakers from around the world.
The lab will be held in Spanish. All participants must have a good knowledge of Spanish.
There is a non-refundable administrative application fee of 35 USD.
The tuition fee for attending the lab is 1,200 USD. This fee is required upon acceptance to the lab. Mexican citizens and legal residents in Mexico are entitled to a 30% discount on the tuition fee. In case of cancellation more than 15 days prior to the starting date of the lab, there is a 50% refund of the tuition fee. There is no refund in case of cancellation less than 15 days prior to the starting date.
Accommodations and meals throughout the two-week residential workshop are provided by Cine Qua Non Lab.
All participants are responsible for their own travel expenses to and from the residency. Participants must also submit proof of medical insurance covering the period of the lab.
Participants must give official recognition to Cine Qua Non Lab in the future production of their work, by including an acknowledgement and the Cine Qua Non Lab logo in any published rendition of the script, in the project’s website or when applying for additional development labs and funding for the same project. In addition, once completed, films that have been supported by Cine Qua Non Lab must indicate that support both in the opening and closing credits, by displaying the Cine Qua Non Lab logo and the caption “Developed with the support of Cine Qua Non Lab”. Participants are also required to give recognition to the lab facilitator with an on-screen credit of script consultant.
All applications will be read and evaluated by a jury panel comprised of film professionals. Applicants short-listed by the Selection Committee for consideration in the final round of evaluations may be interviewed by videoconference. All applicants will be notified of the final decision of the Selection Committee in the last week of August 2017.