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Points North Institute Announces New Shortform Editing Residency to Take Place During Camden International Film Festival

Photo: Ben Krebs

As the photo above indicates, Camden, Maine in the fall is a pretty idyllic place to get one’s head out of an urban edit room and gain perspective on one’s project. Apropos of that, the newly formed Points North Institute — a year-round organization that will produce the Camden International Film Festival as well as other events in Maine — has made its first major announcement: a new shortform editing residency. The week-long residency takes place during the Camden International Film Festival (September 15 – 18) and brings four selected filmmakers and/or journalists to Maine to work on their doc short or episodic series edits with experienced mentors. The fellowship comes with a $1,000 travel stipend, a pass to the festival, a rental car and meetings with various commissioning editors. The application fee is $30, and the deadline is August 10.

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