Open call for high-quality recorded theatre in association with theatre streaming site Dramox.cz
Deadline for 2nd Round Applications: Friday 16th July 2021
Do you have a high quality recording of your theatre show?
Do you want your work to be seen internationally?
Do you want to earn money for every view?
Then read on!
Further to our successful launch in May this year in which 20% of the applications were successfully awarded streaming contracts with the Czech Republic's leading theatre streaming site Dramox, we are opening our second round of applications for high-quality theatre productions of all genres and styles and in any language.
We are looking for recordings which:
Are filmed by at least 2 cameras
Have a strong theatrical atmosphere (cinematic/heavily edited theatre is not what we're looking for)
Are in HD or higher quality
Have stable sound and lighting
How does it work?
Successful applicants will be invited for a consultation meeting with Dramox to discuss logistics and licensing details. A contract for between 1- 3 years will be prepared for approval by the theatre company. Streaming works on a subscription basis and viewing reports and payouts are made quarterly.
Dramox is the theatrical alternative to Netflix, screening recorded performances from a wide variety of productions around the Czech Republic and Europe. Productions include everything from small, lesser-known theatre companies to national theatres and TV recordings.
Launched just 9 months ago, Dramox already has over 7,000 subscribers and is growing fast. Prague Fringe is proud to be partnering with Dramox to add some of the first English-language productions to their catalogue.
In the coming weeks Dramox will extend it's membership internationally so audiences from all over the world can subscribe and enjoy high quality theatre (with subtitles) in the comfort of their homes.
How to apply?
Read the full details on our Application page and then head over to Eventotron to submit your application.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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