Brief Description about BIMM Institute Berlin: Tim Pope Filmmaking Scholarship, Germany.
- Fully Funded
- Music school in Berlin
- International Students, Domestic Students
BIMM Institute Berlin: Tim Pope Filmmaking Scholarship, Germany 2022/23 (Fully Funded) is open for International Students, Domestic Students . The scholarship allows Undergraduate level programmes in the field of Film taught at Music school in Berlin . The deadline of the scholarship is 15 Jul 2022.
Tim Pope is a filmmaker who has worked across TV, documentaries, captured live concerts, created short films and has worked in Hollywood to direct “The Crow: City of Angles”. He is famous for his unique and thought-provoking promotional music videos played on MTV in the 1980s, for such bands as David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Queen, Talk Talk, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Soft Cell, The Style Council and others; however, he is best known for being UK’s goth-rock group The Cure’s almost exclusive director when it came to making their promotional music videos. Pope has directed more videos for The Cure than any other band, with a whopping 21 total!
BIMM Institute Berlin: Tim Pope Filmmaking Scholarship is only available for the new BA (Hons) Filmmaking.
BIMM Institute Berlin: Tim Pope Filmmaking Scholarship, Germany 2022/23 (Fully Funded) is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at Music school in Berlin.
The following categories of study are open to students who are awarded funding through this particular scholarship program.
The successful applicant will receive a full scholarship for all three years of study from September 2022.
You’re eligible to apply for our scholarship if you have applied and are either holding an offer or have accepted an offer of study for September 2022 entry onto the BA (Hons) Filmmaking course at BIMM Institute Berlin, and you meet our application criteria below.
To complete your Tim Pope Berlin Scholarship application, please follow the steps below and return the Tim Pope Scholarship Application Form by 23:59 CEST on 15th July 2022.
The winner will be notified in writing on or after 15th August 2022.
Applicants wishing to apply for the scholarship must answer a series of questions using our online Scholarship Application Form. Submissions will be reviewed by our academic staff and Tim Pope after the closing date.
The questions should be responded to in English language, and answer the following questions:
Can you describe a particular filmmaker whose career progression you admire, and why?
How do you feel Equality & Diversity issues can be addressed within the film industry?
What are your career goals?
Who are your film and creative influences?
Please include links to any kind of evidence of your work supporting your essay e.g., links to social media around releases/demos, events/videos you have created, stream of a show/blogs you have written/ articles you have published, mood boards/websites you have designed, press releases/EPKs you have created and any references from placements or internships.
Additionally, please feel free to include academic quotes/citations if you feel it supports your answers.