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FDCP: Be A #FDCPFellow 2017 in South Korea

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The Film Development Council of the Philippines, in cooperation with the Busan Film Commission and Busan Asian Film School, offers our budding film producers the valuable opportunity to study in a fellowship in South Korea for free and learn how to better market and promote our local cinema.

More about how to become a #FDCPFellow after the jump

Film practitioners may be in for the chance of a lifetime in becoming a fellow of the International Film Business Academy at the Busan Asian Film School and learning about the vital business aspects of the film industry and production. The course in Producing spans a total six months from March to October of 2017, with only twenty applicants accepted into the school. The fellowship will be offered with free tuition, round-trip airfare and accommodations.

Anybody with experience in the industry can be accepted—no limits will be placed based on nationality, academic achievement, or age. Applicants must have fluency in English as the course will be conducted in the language. A rigorous screening process will be conducted by the FDCP to create the final shortlist to be sent to the Busan Asian Film School, which will be conducting their own screening process for the candidates over November and December of this year, before announcement of the final admission decisions on December 28, 2016.

Interested applicants may send their resume and box-office hit film idea (not more than 1,000 words) to fellow@fdcp.ph on or before midnight of November 2, 2016.

Who knows, you can be the next biggest film mogul in the Philippines! #FDCPfellow

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