Weʼre raising £10,000 to ٍٍ The Bamyan art and film making courses, documentaries expenses and The third Bamyan film festival
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The Bamyan art academy has operated for 3 years: Free educational and practical film making courses for over 100 youths and films enthusiasts. They have completed over 100 short films and documentaries and they also organised the Bamyan film festival for two years.
We are a voluntary team and aim to continue this beneficial academy next year with your support.
Please could you donate for the expenses of the Academy or gift equipment for completing documentaries.
Please consider supporting us in the following ways:
1. By donation to complete the goal.
2. By donating older media and TV equipment from your organization, particularly HD cameras, sound equipment, and hardware tools.Naturally, we will arrange postage and cover transportation costs.
By giving art and multimedia grants, you will help to secure and consolidate the Academy’s further development. we are also very interested in establishing a long term sponsorship and partnerships.
The outcome of your support:
You will watch a new angle of a life story in Afghanistan with English subtitles which will be made by the local filmmaker in the formats of short films and documentaries. (Watch previews student work here )
Also for supporters who paid £500, we will add your name or companies’ logo by the end completed documentaries as a thank you gifts!
All these initiatives can have a direct and positive impact on the development of our students’ filmmaking abilities, and in the long-term provide great benefits to the art and cinema industry in Afghanistan.
About Bamyan Art Academy:
The Bamyan Art Academy was founded in 2017 by Rahman Alemi, a professional filmmaker based in London as a Master’s project providing training and launching film festivals in Afghanistan. In response to the high demand from the art students, Bamyan Arts have extended its program to higher levels which have been delivered to some 120 art students during 2018 - 2019. Currently, Bamyan Art Academy is the leading institution offering media education in Bamyan. Within the last three years’ students interested in multimedia and journalism have benefited from training programs in script writing, filming, directing, budgeting, producing, acting and film marketing. Over 100 short student films have been produced, increasing national film production by 35%, some even winning prizes at national and international film festivals. The Bamyan Art Academy is currently having to operate with a limited amount of equipment, making further development and progress a real challenge. Our vision is to improve Afghan film and the cinema industry by establishing a long-term art academy with a reputation at provincial, national and international level. Your support or donation will greatly contribute to the achievement of our vision and goals.
Watch more about the Bamyan art academy with English subtitles:
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از حمایت شما برای توسعه و غنامندی فرهنگ وهنر صمیمانه قدردانی می کنیم و درصورت موفقیت کمپاین ، حامیان آکادمی از جریان برنامه ها و دستاوردهای آکادمی هنر مطلع خواهند شد . بادرود آکادمی هنر بامیان
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About the fundraiser
Rahman Alemi is an independent filmmaker who funded the Bamyan art Academy and worked as a teacher and supervisor from 2017-. He has graduated at MA Digital Films from the London South bank University and has previously produced many short films, documentaries in many countries.