Premio Fausto Rossano per il Pieno Diritto alla Salute ()



Deadlines

10 Oct 2017
Call for entries

10 Jan 2018
Festival closed

16 Feb 2018
Notification date

28 Feb 2018
03 Mar 2018

Address

-,  -, Napoli, Napoli, Italy


Festival description
Right to health
Short Films 30'<
Feature Films >31'


 
Festival requirements
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
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 Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Languages 
Italian
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We accept only films about the right to health and subtitled in Italian or English

Festival start: 28 February 2018      Festival end: 03 March 2018

We accept only films about the right to health and subtitled in Italian or English

The third edition of the “Fausto Rossano for the Right to Health” Cinematography Award will take place the first week of March 2018, in Naples. The award commemorates the life and work of Jungian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Fausto Rossano, who died in 2012.

It is the purpose of the award to combat the stigma and prejudices that surround the many forms of psychic suffering and the importance of the individual person in the concrete context of his or her life by stimulating social awareness through the language of cinematography and dialogue with authors, professionals and experts of the field.

The Award is sponsored by AIPA Napoli, AIRSaM, the Fausto Rossano Award Association, GESCO.

The works selected for participation in the 3rd edition of the “Fausto Rossano – Right to Health” Cinematography Award will be assessed by a Jury of 5 members composed of directors, journalists, cinema experts and personalities of the world of culture. The names of Jury members will be made public by various channels of communication (press, internet, radio…) The Jury will award one prize for each of the two sections
Winners will receive a sculpture by Neapolitan artist Claudio Cuomo created specifically for this event.

In order to foster the debate on the right to health, in cooperation with the principal Universities and Secondary Schools of Naples, organizers will publicize the event among professors and students to allow the subject of the competition to become a subject of further study and analysis.

Art. 1 – Foreword

The third edition of the “Fausto Rossano for the Right to Health” Cinematography Award will take place the first week of March 2018, in Naples. The award commemorates the life and work of Jungian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Fausto Rossano, who died in 2012.

It is the purpose of the award to combat the stigma and prejudices that surround the many forms of psychic suffering and the importance of the individual person in the concrete context of his or her life by stimulating social awareness through the language of cinematography and dialogue with authors, professionals and experts of the field.

The Award is sponsored by AIPA Napoli, AIRSaM, the Fausto Rossano Award Association, GESCO.

Art. 2 – Objectives and sections of the competitions

The principal topics selected by the Scientific Committee for the 2018 edition of the Award are: migrant children and the right to health; the dissatisfaction of the young; violence against women; the right to health in jails. This competition announcement is directed to authors of audiovisual works (fiction, documentary, animation, etc.) dealing with one of the many aspects of psychological suffering and/or mental health, with special focus on the right to health understood as “ complete physical, psychological and social well-being”.

The films accepted for the competition, both feature length and short, should emphasize the Mediterranean area and may be of national or international production.
The cinematography competition for the 4th “Fausto Rossano for the Right to Health” Award is divided into two sections:


A) “THE RIGHT TO HEALTH” open to documentaries, fiction, animated films, lasting more than 30 minutes, focusing on research, analysis and cognizance of social situations relating to the right to health in all its forms and in every corner of the globe.

B) “SHORT FILMS ON THE RIGHT TO HEALTH” open to films lasting less than 30 minutes, with no distinction between feature films, animation and documentaries, using special forms and language in dealing with issues relating to a person’s right to health as an individual and as a member of the community, according to the themes outlined above.

The committee will select audiovisual works with the intent of
• enhancing and promoting artistic works of social and ethical merit;
• disseminating information and stimulating discussion on the right to health;
• creating and consolidating a network of exchange and partnership with operators of the sector interested in promoting a continuous dialogue and in monitoring national and international conditions of mental health
• establishing an archive of audiovisual works and eye witness accounts and reports to be used for medical and social research and by students who wish to study and/or analyze the topic.

Art. 3 –Registration

Registration for the competition is free. Mailing expenses are chargeable to the addressees/participants. All candidates must specifically accept the regulations of the competition and must compile, sign and send the attached registration card to info@premiofaustorossano.it. (the card is also available on www.premiofaustorossano.it). The completed registration card is to be accompanied by the items listed below using a server for bulky files (such as www.wetransfer.com; www.myairbridge.com, etc.):

a) video in digital format in Italian or with Italian subtitles;
b) a trailer of the work (optional and lasting no more than 2 minutes), complete technical card, synopsis, director’s notes and appropriate informative documentation; curriculum and film history of the author; a photo of the author in jpg format or high resolution png;
c) written acceptance of the regulations of the competition announcement, signed by the author
d) written and signed certification by the author confirming compliance with all copyright formalities;
e) Secure mail, e-mail and telephone contacts of the author and/or candidate.

Candidates may also register for the Award using the online Platform, Festhome.com (the link may be found at www.premiofaustorossano.it). In this case registration requires the symbolic contribution of 2 euro.

Art. 4 – Terms and conditions of the competition and selection process

Candidates must submit their works, delivered and/or mailed (confirmed by postal stamp), NO LATER THAN 10 JANUARY 2018. All works must have been produced starting from 1 JANUARY 2012 and must deal with aspects relating to the topics indicated at Art. 2 “Objectives and sections of the competition”.

Documentaries and short films will be reviewed and selected by a committee of experts designated by the associations and organisations participating in the Festival. The works selected for the “Fausto Rossano for the Right to Health” Cinematography Award” will be scheduled and shown, with appropriate publicity and promotion, following prior notification to the authors.

Authors may send more than one work but only one selection will be considered for the competition.

Works produced or sponsored by commercial undertakings intended to publicize said undertakings will not be accepted.
Results of the selection will be notified to the candidates by mail and published on site www.premiofaustorossano.it. If no work meets the minimum requirements for acceptance the organization reserves the right to cancel from the festival program the section on the competition.

Art. 5 –Results of the competition and awards

The works selected for participation in the 3rd edition of the “Fausto Rossano – Right to Health” Cinematography Award will be assessed by a Jury of 5 members composed of directors, journalists, cinema experts and personalities of the world of culture. The names of Jury members will be made public by various channels of communication (press, internet, radio…) The Jury will award one prize for each of the two sections
Winners will receive a sculpture by Neapolitan artist Claudio Cuomo created specifically for this event.

In order to foster the debate on the right to health, in cooperation with the principal Universities and Secondary Schools of Naples, organizers will publicize the event among professors and students to allow the subject of the competition to become a subject of further study and analysis.

Art. 6 – Clauses

Upon registration the authors and producers implicitly authorize the use and distribution of 90 seconds of their work to promote the Award. Admission to the festival implies granting the rights of reproduction of photography or excerpts of the film, at no cost, for a maximum of 3 minutes, to promote the festival with the press, television, web sites..
Copies sent for consideration will not be returned and will remain with the associations promoting the event to be used for educational and promotional purposes (as permitted by law and subject to the opinion of the authors/producers/distributors).

By registering with the “Fausto Rossano for the Right to Health” award, every author, producer or distributor will be considered responsible for the content of the works sent and will state that he/she has fulfilled all copyrights requirements toward third parties and will grant specific authorization for their use.


  

 
  

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