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EAVE December News 2012


Selection for 2013 EAVE European Producers Workshop announced

With 146 applications coming from 46 different countries, we are delighted to announce the participants for the EAVE 2013 European Producers Workshop: 51 promising producers from 32 countries have finally been selected for 2013. Out of the selected producers, 33 are bringing a project to EAVE (of which 5 documentaries).

The selected participants for the EAVE European Producers Workshop 2013 are:


AZERBAIJAN

Alina Abdullayeva, Motor Production


BELGIUM

Jules Debrock, Pain Perdu productions

Xavier Rombaut, Savage Film


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Adis Djapo, SCCA/pro.ba

 

BULGARIA

Vesela Kazakova, Activist38

Gergana Stankova, Menclips Ltd

 

CHILE

Cristobal Almagia, Almagico Films

 

CROATIA

Zdenka Gold, Spiritus Movens

Ivana Simic, Kinorama

 

DENMARK

Mille Haynes, Friishaynes ApS

Stine Meldgaard, Supernova

Pernille Munk Skydsgaard, 41Shadows/Kamoli Films

 

ESTONIA

Marianne Ostrat, OÜ Alexandra LRV (Alexandra Film)

 

FINLAND

Jussi Rantamäki, Aamu Film Company Ltd.

Elli Toivoniemi, Tuffi Films

 

FRANCE

Palmyre Badinier, Les Films de Zayna

Marie Dubas, Petit FilmClaire Launay, Arte France Cinema

 

GEORGIA

Ekaterina Jojua, N&N

 

GERMANY

Ann Carolin Renninger, joon film

 

GREECE

Phaedra Vokali, Marni Films

 

HUNGARY

Eszter Gyarfas, Proton Cinema

Nandor Lovas, Mirage Film Studio Kft.

 

IRELAND

Niamh Fagan, Great Western Entertainment

Ruth Treacy, Tailored Films Ltd

 

ISRAEL

Saar Yogev, Black Sheep Film Productions Ltd.

 

ITALY

Michele Fornasero, Indyca

 

KUWAIT

Talal Al-Muhanna, Linked Productions

 

LUXEMBOURG

Daniel Codello, Film Fund Luxembourg

Alexandra Hoesdorff, deal productions

 

NETHERLANDS

Vanessa Henneman, Henneman Agency

Julius Ponten, Habbekrats BV

Vicky Serao, Binger Filmlab

Jacobine van der Vloed, International Film Festival Rotterdam

 

NORWAY

Mona Steffensen, Original Film AS

 

POLAND

Kuba Kosma, Kosma Films/Takfilm

Jan Naszewski, New Europe Film Sales

 

PORTUGAL

Paulo Leite, Bad Behavior

 

ROMANIA

Cristina Badea, Adenium Film

 

RUSSIA

Anastasia Pavlovich, Russian Cinema Fund

 

SERBIA

Natasa Damnjanovic, Dart film

 

SOUTH AFRICA

David Horler, Proper Film

 

SPAIN

Felipe Lage Coro, Zeitun Films

 

SWEDEN

Elin Kamlert, WG Film

Juan Pablo Libossart, Atmo

Nicklas Wikström Nicastro, Tre Vänner

 

SWITZERLAND

Louis Mataré, Lomotion AG | Filmproduktion

 

TURKEY

Ozgur Dogan, Perisan Film

Nesra Gürbüz, Ret Film

 

UNITED KINGDOM

Pamela Hansson, Stargazer Productions LTD

Amy Ricker, Finite Films

 

2012: A successful year for EAVE

We are proud of the success of our producers in 2012:

*Several films produced by EAVE graduates in the race for the Oscars 2012

*6 awards at the Cannes Film Festival 2012

*9 major awards at the Berlinale 2012

*8 awards at the Venice Film Festival 2012

*4 awards at Locarno Film Festival 2012

*2 awards at the European Film Awards 2012and many, many more..

 

EAVE wishes

WE WISH ALL OUR GRADUATES, COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDSA HAPPY NEW YEAR AND A PEACEFUL 2013,AND THANK OUR PARTNERS, DECISION MAKERS, EXPERTS AND PEDAGOGICAL TEAMFOR THEIR CONTINUING SUPPORT AND COMMITMENT!

THANK YOU.

WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER EXCITING YEAR TOGETHER!

 

Upcoming EAVE workshops& deadlines in 2013:


EAVE European Producers Workshop

Workshop 1: March 11-18, 2013(Luxembourg)

Workshop 2: June 12-19, 2013 (Turku, Finland)

Workshop 3: October 21-28, 2013 (Vienna, Austria) 

Application deadline for the 2013 workshops: September 20, 2013

 

EAVE Asia – TIES THAT BIND

Workshop 1: April 22-26, 2013 Udine (Italy)

Workshop 2: April 22-26, 2013Busan (South Korea)

Application deadline: February 25, 2013

 

Interchange – TFL/DIFF/EAVE

Workshop 1: May 2013 Turin (Italy)

Workshop 2: December 2013 Dubai (UAE)

Application deadline: March 4, 2013

 

B’EST – Baltic Bridge East by West

Workshop 1: dates TBC Russia

Workshop 2: November 2013 Tallinn (Estonia)

Application deadline: June 15, 2013 

 

EAVE Film Marketing Workshop

November/December 2013 in Luxembourg 

Application deadline: October 14, 2013

 
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Please note that the EAVE office is closed during December 24, 2012 - January 2, 2013

Your EAVE team will be back on January 3, 2013.

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EAVE News December 2012

**** SUPERMAN, SPIDERMAN OR BATMAN Best European Short Film ****

**** SHELL Best Film at the Torino Film Festival ****

**** SHADOW DANCER won Best Actress Award at the BIFA’s ****

**** Red Herring at the Black Nights Film Festival for OH BOY ****

**** Two awards for Talal Al Muhanna’s FIDAI ****

**** THE CURSE and CIRCLES selected at Sundance ****

**** EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges in the board of the European Film Academy (EFA)****

**** Application deadlines: EAVE Ties That Bind 2013 & EAVE Interchange 2013 ****

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In Development / Pre-production December 2012

The German-French Funding Commission is supporting five co-productions, among them is:

- AGA by Hiner Saleem, producers: EAVE 2006 graduate Karsten Stöter and EAVE group leader Patrick Sobelman.

www.ffa.de

 

- LUCIA DE B. by Paula van der Oest, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Reinier Selen is in pre-production. The psychological thriller / drama is based on a true story: Lucia de Berk was acquitted in 2010 from an accusation of multiple murders and attempted murder. The nurse from The Hague innocently spent over six years in prison. Nobody was blamed for the mistakes that were made. Therefore, the trial has the ambivalent honor to be the biggest miscarriage of justice in the Netherlands ever. Produced by Rinkel Film B.V. in co-production with Living Stone Belgium and Filmkreatarorerna Sweden. Principal photography will commence in May, 2013. The film with a budget of 2.3 M Euros is supported by The Netherlands Film Fund, Swedish Film Institute, Dutch broadcaster NCRV, the Benelux distributor Independent Films, the Belgian Tax Shelter and CoBO Fund.

www.rinkelfilm.com

 

- SECRETS OF WAR by Dennis Bots, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Reinier Selen and EAVE 1999 graduate Donato Rotunno is in pre-production. This youth drama is based on the novel of Jacques Vriens. SECRETS OF WAR tells the story of the friendship between Tuur and Lambert. When the mysterious girl Maartje joins their class, a great strain is put on that friendship. For Lambert’s father is a loyal member of the Dutch fascist party, and once Tuur discovers his own father is a member of the resistance and Maartje is in fact Jewish, he slowly distances himself from his best friend. Produced by Rinkel Film B.V. in co-production with Tarantula Luxembourg and Living Stone Belgium. The film with a budget of 2.9 M Euros is supported by The Netherlands Film Fund, Unieboek, Dutch Film Works, broadcaster KRO, Belgian Tax shelter, Luxembourgish Film Fund AFS+ and CoBO Fund.

www.rinkelfilm.com

 

- GOAT (KOZA) by Ivan Ostrochovský, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate Jiri Konecny is in preparation. Based on the real story of Peter Baláž, nicknamed Koza (Goat), a boxer who participated the Olympics in Atlanta 1995 and now, as a retired sportsman, has to do a final tour for money. The film is planned to start shooting in January-February 2013. The budget is 800,000 EUR. Endorfilm is also developing GASTON, a feature based on the real story of a seal that managed to swim 300 km on Vltava and Elba during the flood in Prague in 2002, and died close to Dresden. Martin Dušek wrote the script and he will also direct the film. For this project Endorfilm launched the first-ever Czech crowd funding to raise the 800,000 CZK needed for developing this „tricky production”. Shooting will be at the end of 2014-beginning of 2015.

www.endorfilm.cz

 

- LA MARCHE by Nabil Ben Yadir, co-producer: EAVE 1994 graduate and group leader Diana Elbaum is in pre-production. Written by the director with Nadia Lakhdar and Ahmed Ahmidi, the screenplay is inspired by real events and is set back in 1983. Youth from the outskirts of Lyon decide to stop hanging out and to do everything so as not to be considered as second class citizens. In the way of Gandhi, they have the idea of a great non-violent march for equality and against discrimination from Marseille to Paris. Produced by les Productions du Trésor, LA MARCHE is to be made on a €10.6 M budget. Shooting is set to last from February to April, 2013. 

www.entrechienetloup.be

 

- THE TREATMENT, directed by Hans Herbots, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Peter Bouckaert in co-production with Phanta Vision is going into final financing stage. Principal photography is scheduled for April to June 2013. THE TREATMENT is the adaptation of UK writer Mo Hayder’s internationally acclaimed thriller novel. It tells the story of a police inspector who is confronted with a case, which stirs up the old trauma of the unsolved disappearance of his younger brother when they were boys.

www.eyeworksfilm.be

 

- THE TRIAL by Jan Verheyen, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Peter Bouckaert in co-production with Phanta Vision is in pre-production. Principal photography starts in February. THE TRIAL tells the story of a man seeking justice after the murderer of his wife has been released because of a procedural error while he was arrested. A courtroom drama inspired by true events, about the difference between law and justice.

www.eyeworksfilm.be

 

- PUENTES 2011 project HISTORY OF FEAR by Benjamin Naishtat, producer: PUENTES 2011 graduate Benjamin Domenech will be shooting from February/March 2013. The film has received the support of Berlin's World Cinema Fund and Ibermedia.

www.reicine.com.ar

 

- THE SUMMER CHILD by Esther Richardson, producer: EAVE 2005 graduate Nicola Clayton is in development. The coming of age comedy drama by Regina Moriarty is based on a Tove Jansson short story and set on the Northumbrian Farne Islands. The project is being developed with the assistance of Creative England, BFI and BBC Films through the iFeatures2 Initiative.

www.ifeatures2.co.uk/the-summer-child1.html

 

- HAZED by Julia Ducournau, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate and EAVE Puentes Head of Studies Jean des Forêts & EAVE 2013 participant Marie Dubas, has been supported by CICLIC Regional support for development. The film tells the story of Justine who, as she enters vet school as a rookie and discovers the charms of hazing, starts developing an unorthodox taste for human flesh. It is developed in association with Arte/Cofinova 7 and is supported by MEDIA development & CNC development selective scheme. Production companies: Petit Film (FR), Amarante International (FR). 

welcome@petit-film.com

 

- ESCAFANDRA, written and directed by Pablo Reyero, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Nicole Gerhards is in pre-production. Oceano films and Tu Vas Voir co-produce this film about a man who returns to his childhood town to come to terms with the violent suicide of his father. Shooting on locations in Argentina is planned for March/September 2013.

www.nikofilm.de

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In Production December 2012

- CENOTAPHE by Leila Ferault-Levy, co-producer: EAVE 1995 graduate Josiane Schauner is in production. Polish producer Marcin Latallo’s Camera Obscura, the French BIP TV and Bix Films are producing this intimate documentary on crimes of genocide committed during World War II. The film turns on Ferault-Levy’s family and their struggle to survive as her uncle, Edouard Rosenblatt, is born in hiding in a Polish stable in 1944, shortly before his father's execution. His mother later immigrated to France to marry Ferault-Levy’s grandfather. Ferault-Levy is shooting in France, Israel and in Poland, including Krakow and Auschwitz on a budget of about 167,000 EUR. Support comes from the Polish Film Institute, CNC, Procirep et Engoa, the Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah, Region Alsace and the city of Strasbourg. The premiere is scheduled for May 2013.

www.bixfilms.fr

 

- EAVE 2011 project THE JUDGMENT, produced by EAVE 2011 graduate Stephan Komandarev is in production. Shootings started in October in Bulgaria and will end on December 21 in Germany. The film about a complicated relationship between father and son, living in a poor Bulgarian village is produced by Argo Film (Bulgaria), Neue Mediopolis Filmproduktion (Germany), Sektor film (Macedonia) and Propeler Film (Croatia). Miki Manojlovic plays one of the leading roles. Support comes from Bulgarian Film Centre, Bulgarian National Televison, Macedonian Film Fund, MBB, MDD, DFFF, Croatian Audio-Visual Centre and EURIMAGES.

www.argofilm.eu

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In Post-production December 2012

- MARINA by Stijn Coninx, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Peter Bouckaert is currently in post-production and will be finished by April 2013. The co-production with Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne (Les Films du Fleuve, Belgium) and Cristiano Bortone (Orisa Produzioni, Italy) finished principal photography in November. The release is currently scheduled for November 2013. MARINA tells the story of a young Italian boy in the 1950ies who has to follow his father who migrated to work in the Belgian coal mines in search for a better future for his family. This journey brings the boy into an unknown country, in a hostile environment with a strange language. His search for his new identity brings him in conflict with his father who physically has moved to Belgium, but mentally stayed in Italy. The story is inspired by the youth memories of Rocco Granata, the Italian-Belgian singer who wrote the world wide hit song Marina.

www.eyeworksfilm.be

 

- & ME by Norbert Ter Hall, co-producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Peter Bouckaert, produced by Petra Goedings (Phanta Vision, Holland), is in the last stage of post-production and will be finished by mid-December. The film follows the triangular love story between a Spanish woman, a German and a Dutch man who meet in Brussels in the context of the European Parliament.

www.eyeworksfilm.be

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Festivals and Markets December 2012

Festivals


Cairo International Film Festival  (November 27 – December 6)

- BAIKONUR by EAVE 1999 graduate Veit Helmer, co-producer: EAVE 2011 graduate Natalia Drozd 

- LE REPENTI by Merzak Allouache, co-producer: EAVE 1999 graduate Marianne Dumoulin

- PUENTES 2010 project POLVO (DUST) by Julio Hernández Cordón, producer: EAVE 2008 graduate Fernanda del Nido 

- UNFAIR WORLD by Filippos Tsitos, producer: EAVE 2010 graduate Alexandra Boussiou

- ZANZIBAR MUSICAL CLUB directed by Philippe Gasnier and Patrice Nezan, producer: EAVE 2005 graduate Patrice Nezan 

www.cairofilmfest.org

 

Belgrade Auteur Film Festival (November 28 – December 5)

- EVERYBODY IN OUR FAMILY by Radu Jude, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon, co-producer: EAVE 1994 graduate Stienette Bosklopper

- IN THE FOG by Sergei Loznitsa, producer: EAVE 1995 graduate Heino Deckert-

KATALIN VARGA by Peter Strickland, producer: EAVE 2008 graduate Tudor Giurgiu 

- LAS ACACIAS by Pablo Giorgelli, producer: PUENTES 2011 participant Paula Massa

- PARADISE: LOVE by Ulrich Seidl, producer: EAVE 2003 graduate Gabriele Kranzelbinder

- TABU by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE 2007 graduate Jonas Dornbach

www.faf.rs/filmovi.php

 

11th Berlin French Film Week (December 1 -7)

- JAURÈS by Vincent Dieutre, producer: EAVE 1997 graduate Caroline Helburg 

- RUST & BONE by Jacques Audiard, line producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Antonin Dedet 

- TANGO LIBRE by Frédéric Fonteyne, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Tomas Leyers

www.franzoesische-filmwoche.de

 

Tblisi International Film Festival (December 6 - 11)

- BULLHEAD by Michaël R.Roskam, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Peter Bouckaert 

- CHILDREN OF SARAJEVO by Aida Begic, producer: PUENTES expert Benny Drechsel 

- EAT SLEEP DIE by Gabriela Pichler, producer: EAVE 2012 participant China Åhlander

- EAVE 2009 project JOAN AND THE VOICES by Mikayel Vatinyan, producer, writer, cast: EAVE 2009 graduate Armine Anda 

- OPÉRATION LIBERTAD by Nicolas Wadimoff, co-producer: INTERCHANGE 2011 graduate Samir

- PARADISE: LOVE by Ulrich Seidl, producer: EAVE 2003 graduate Gabriele Kranzelbinder

- SPAIN by Anja Salomonowitz, producer: EAVE 1992 graduate & group leader Danny Krausz

- STOPPED ON TRACK by Andreas Dresen, producer: EAVE group leader Peter Rommel

www.tbilisifilmfestival.ge

 

Dubai International Film Festival (December 9 - 16)

- IN THE FOG by Sergei Loznitsa, producer: EAVE 1995 graduate Heino Deckert

- KILL ME by Emily Atef, producers: EAVE 2006 graduate Nicole Gerhards, EAVE 1995 graduate Ralph Schwingel, co-producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Hanneke van der Tas

- RUST & BONE by Jacques Audiard, line producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Antonin Dedet 

- TABU by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE 2007 graduate Jonas Dornbach

- THE MAN INSIDE Karim Goury, producer: INTERCHANCE 2010 graduate Talal Al-Muhanna

- YOUR BEAUTY IS WORTH NOTHING by Hüseyin Tabak, producer: EAVE 1992 graduate Danny Krausz

www.dubaifilmfest.com

 

Les Arcs European Film Festival (December 10 - 17)

- BEYOND THE HILL by Emin Alper, producer: EAVE 2011 graduate Enis Köstepen can 

- BLUE BIRD by Gust Van den Berghe, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Tomas Leyers

- BOY EATING THE BIRD’S FOOD by Ektoras Lygizos, executive producer: EAVE 2011 graduate Konstantinos Kontovrakis 

- EAVE 2006 project LORE by Cate Shortland, producers: EAVE 2006 graduate Karsten Stöter, PUENTES expert Benny Drechsel, EAVE 2006 graduate Paul Welsh

- EAVE 2006 project LOST PERSONS AREA, written and directed by Caroline Strubbe, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Tomas Leyers

- ELÈVE LIBRE by Joachim Lafosse, producer: EAVE 2000 graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart

- I, ANNA by Barnaby Southcombe, associate producer: EAVE 2008 graduate Dirk Decker

- KINSHASA KIDS by Marc-Henri Wajnberg, producer: EAVE 2007 Serge Guez Konstantinos Kontovrakis 

- SHADOW DANCER by James Marsh, co-producer: EAVE 1991 graduate Ed Guiney 

- THE GIANTS by Bouli Lanners, producers: EAVE 2000 graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart & EAVE 1992 graduate and Head of Studies Jani Thiltges 

- TU HONORERAS TA MÈRE ET TA MÈRE by Brigitte Roüan, producer: EAVE group leader Patrick Sobelman

- WHAT RICHARD DID by Lenny Abrahamson, producer: EAVE 1991 graduate Ed Guiney

 

The following four projects in post-production by EAVE graduates have been selected for the Work in Progress 2012:

-  LONG BRIGHT DAYS by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross, producer: EAVE 1998 graduate Guillaume de Seille, Arizona Productions

- EAVE 2008 project LOVE ETERNAL by Brendan Muldowney, producers: EAVE 2010 graduate Conor Barry, SP Films and EAVE 2004 graduate Macdara Kelleher, Fastnet Films

- OSSUAIRES by Bjorn Schmelzer, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Thomas Leyers, Minds Meet

- THE UNSAVED by Igor Cobileanski, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Daniel Burlac, Saga Film

 

In the framework of the partnership between EAVE & LES ARCS 1950 Co-production Village, the following EAVE producers have been invited to participate:

- EAVE 2008 graduate Frederick Chanteux, NewArt Productions, Belgium

- EAVE 2007 graduate Gintautas Dailyda, Bravo Film & EAVE 2011 graduate Zivile Gallego, Fralita Films, Lithuania

- EAVE 2007 graduate Nicolas Lesoult, Les Films de la Butte, France

- EAVE 2007 graduate Hans Eddy Schreiber, Karibufilm, Germany

- EAVE 2012 graduate John Wallace, Alchemic Films, Ireland

 

Among the 26 projects selected for this years’ Les Arcs 1950 Co-production Village, there are 14 projects produced by EAVE graduates:

- BLINDED BY THE SUN by Konstantin Bojanov, producer: EAVE graduate Janja Krajl – France

- BUTTERFLIES by Tolga Karaçelik, producer: EAVE 2011 graduate Enis Köstepen  Bulut Film – Turkey

- FAMILY FILM by Olmo Omerzu, producer:  EAVE graduatee jiri Koncecny – Czech Republic

- FLORA 63 by Stéphane Robelin, producer: EAVE consultant Christophe Bruncher - France

- GOLD MINE by Ben Russell, producer: EAVE graduate Janja Kralj – France 

- KEBAB ROYAL by Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth, producer: EAVE graduate Philippe Avril - France

- KESSELS by Jan Eilander, producer: EAVE 2010 graduate Sander Verdonk, CTMLev – the Netherlands

- LIGHT YEARS by Esther May Campbell, producer: EAVE 2002 graduate Samm Haillay, Third Films – UK

- PARADISE TRIPS by Raf Reyntjens, producer: EAVE 2008 FMW and FFF graduate Peter de Maegd, Caviar Films – Belgium

- PILGRIMAGE by Jamie Hannigan, producer: EAVE 2010 graduate Conor Barry, SPFilms – Ireland

- RABBITS by Olivier Tollet and Jean-Julien Collette, producer: EAVE Puentes 2011 graduate  Anthony Rey, Helicotronc – Belgium

- THE CHARLATAN by Giovanni Spotiello, producer: FFF 2008 graduate Julien Berlan, 1.85 – France

- THE REAPER by Zvonimir Juric, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate Ankica Juric Tilic, Kinorama – Croatia

- YAELI by Hagar Ben Asher, producer: EAVE 2005 graduate Karsten Stöter and  Puentes expert Benny Drechsel, Rohfilm, Germany, coproducers: EAVE 2007 graduate and EAVE Puentes Head of Studies Jean des Forêts and EAVE 2013 participant Marie Dubas,  Petit Film, France

www.lesarcs-filmfest.com


Other festivals


- Fingal Film Festival in association with the Youth Services in Swords presents the Youth Mental Health Awareness Christmas Festival on Saturday December 15. The festival kicks off at 11pm at the Fingal Community College, Seatown Rd, Swords, Co Dublin.

http://fingalfilmfest.com

 

- 38 WITNESSES (38 TEMOINS) by Lucas Belvaux, producer: EAVE group leader Patrick Sobelman shown at the Courmayeur Noir Film Festival

www.noirfest.com

 

- OHNE TITEL (LIVE) by Alexander Schellow, producer: EAVE Film Finance Forum 2010 graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis shown at the festival Nuit d'Hiver #10 Marseille

-MARSEILLE #01-#30 by Alexander Schellow, producer: EAVE Film Finance Forum 2010 graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis is selected for Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid.

www.films-de-force-majeure.com/actualites.html

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Nominations and Awards December 2012

Nominations

- RUST & BONE by Jacques Audiard, line producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Antonin Dedet is nominated for the Goldan Globes 2013 in the categories Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress in a Motion Picture

http://www.goldenglobes.org/2012/12/nominations-2013/

 

32 Film projects have been selected for the CineMart 2013, including eight projects by EAVE graduates:

- AFERIM! by Radu Jude, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon

- DEAD AND BEAUTIFUL by David Verbeek, producer: EAVE 1995 graduate Léontine Petit

- EVERYTHING WE ALWAYS HAD WAS NOW by Martijn Maria Smits, producer: EAVE 1994 graduate Stienette Bosklopper

- FUTURE HISTORIES by Fiona Tan, producer: EAVE 2011 graduate Floor Onrust

- LATE TO DIE YOUNG by Dominga Sotomayor (Chile), producer: PUENTES 2011 participant Benjamin Domenech 

- LOW TIDE by Daniel Mann, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Jennifer Sabbah

- THE LOBSTER by Yorgos Lanthimos, producer: EAVE 1991 graduate Ed Guiney

- THEY HAVE ESCAPED by Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää, producer: EAVE 2002 graduate & Finnish National Coordinator Aleksi Bardy

www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com

 

- ODAYAKA by Nobuteru Uchida, producers: EAVE Ties that Bind 2010 participant Kiki Sugino and EAVE Ties that Bind 2009 participant Kousuke Ono is selected for the International Film Festival Rotterdam and the Göteborg International Film Festival in January 2013. 

www.waentertain.com

 

- Unifrance and Paris-based cinema portal have unveiled the third edition of MyFrenchFilmFestival.com, their online film festival devoted to a selection of recently released French features and shorts. Among them: LA PIROGUE by Moussa Touré, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Caroline Daube. The expanded festival – featuring ten features and shorts at its core – will run from January 17 to February 17.

www.MyFrenchFilmFestival.com

 

Selected for the Sundance Film Festival are:

- CIRCLES by Srdan Golubovic, co-producer: EAVE group leader Danijel Hocevar 

- THE CURSE by Fyzal Boulifa, producer: EAVE 2010 graduate Gavin Humphries 

- HOUSTON by by Bastian Günther, producer: EAVE 2012 graduate Martin Heisler

www.sundance.org/festival

 

- LE SENS DE L'ORIENTATION, the short film by Fabien Gorgeart, producer: EAVE 2007 graduate and EAVE Puentes Head of Studies Jean des Forêts has been selected in competition in Clermont-Ferrand. Fabien Gorgeart's latest short film UN CHIEN DE MA CHIENNE will also be presented in Clermont-Ferrand in La Collection Canal+ special screening.

- Interchange 2010 graduate and EAVE 2013 participant Talal Al-Muhanna (Linked Productions/Kuwait) co-nominated as producer for the $100,000 IWC Schaffhausen Script Award at Dubai International Film Festival for the Iraqi fiction feature NOTHING DOING IN BAGHDAD by co-writers Maysoon Pachachi & Irada Al Jabbouri.  

www.oxymoronfilms.com, www.talmuhanna.com

 

Awards

- Andrea Riseborough won the prize for best actress at the British Independent Film Awards for her role in SHADOW DANCER by James Marsh, co-producer: EAVE 1991 graduate Ed Guiney. 

www.bifa.org.uk

 

- OH BOY by Jan Ole Gerster, producer: EAVE 2012 graduate Alexander Wadouh was awarded the Red Herring for the bravest film as well as the audience award at the Black Nights Film Festival in Tallinn. The NETPAC Award went to WADJDA by Haifaa Al Mansour, co-producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Verona Meier. 

http://2012.poff.ee

 

- SHELL by Scott Graham, producer: EAVE 2003 graduate David Smith, co-produced by EAVE 2003 graduate Helge Albers was awarded Best Film at the Torino Film Festival.

www.torinofilmfest.it

 

Two of four Production Awards at this year’s TorinoFilmLab Meeting went to EAVE graduates:

- EAVE 2012 project STAGE FRIGHT by Yorgos Zois, producer: EAVE 2012 participant Maria Dandraki

- PUENTES 2011 project REY by Niles Atallah, producer: PUENTES 2011 participant Lucie Kalmar

www.torinofilmlab.it

 

- Jörg Hauschild wins the Filmforum and BILD-KUNST editing award for feature films with STOPPED ON TRACK by Andreas Dresen, producer: EAVE group leader Peter Rommel. 

www.filmplus.de

 

- THE MOST FUN YOU CAN HAVE DYING by Kristin Marcon, service producers: EAVE 2006 graduate Matthias Krause, EAVE 2006 graduate Antonin Dedet, EAVE 2006 graduate Anne Beresford, EAVE 2006 graduate Franco Boca Gelsi won the awards for Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Score at the New Zealand Film Awards. 

www.nzfilmawards.co.nz/news

 

- SUPERMAN, SPIDERMAN OR BATMAN, produced and directed by EAVE 2008 graduate Tudor Giurgiu was awarded best European Short Film at the European Film Awards. 

www.europeanfilmawards.eu/en_EN/efanight/winners

 

- DEATH OF A SHADOW by Tom Van Avermaet, producer: EAVE 2008 graduate Ellen De Waele was awarded at the last LA Shortsfest. The award makes it one of 11 shorts pre-selected for the Oscars, as just announced by the Academy. The film also won in Valladolid, what catapulted it into the competition at the next European Film Award

www.serendipityfilms.be

 

- I’M NOT DEAD, ONLY ASLEEP by Juan Sebastian Lopez Maas, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Denis Vaslin received a Special Mention by the Jury of the DokumentArt festival in Germany and Poland.

www.dokumentart.info

 

- LA SIRGA by Andrés Vega, producer: PUENTES-AUSTRALAB 2012 graduate Diana Bustamante won the FIPRESCI Award at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival. 

www.mardelplatafilmfest.com 

 

- SYNGUE SABOR – THE PATIENT STONE by Atiq Rahimi, producer: EAVE 2009 graduate Verona Meier was given the FIPRESCI Award at the Gijón International Film Festival

www.gijonfilmfestival.com  

 

- Feature Documentary FIDAI by Damien Ounouri, co-producer: EAVE PCP 2008 graduate Talal Al-Muhanna was awarded Best Documentary Film at the Algiers Film Festival. It also was awarded Best Film at the Latin Arab Film Festival in Buenos Aires and received a Special Mention at the Doha Tribeca Film Festival.

www.talmuhanna.com

 

- THE CURSE by Fyzal Boulifa, producer: EAVE 2010 graduate Gavin Humphries has won this year: the Illy Best Short Film Prize in Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, Best Short Film in the UK's Fujifilm Shorts Competition and the Golden Starfish for Best Short Film at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

www.quarkfilms.com

 

This year’s European Co-production Award – Prix EURIMAGES goes to EAVE 2002 graduate and Swedish National coordinator Helena Danielsson. After a fifteen-year-long career in the Scandinavian and European film industry, Helena Danielsson established Hepp Film in 2003. The company’s core activity is to develop and realise feature films, TV-dramas and documentaries in international co-productions with award-winning European talent. Helena Danielson is an outstanding and dedicated producer, among her many films are A RATIONAL SOLUTION which ran in competition at the Venice Critics’ Week 2009, the feature documentary SMILING IN A WARZONE which was nominated for an international Emmy award in 2007, and Venice 2010 Critics’ Week winner BEYOND by Pernilla August. Helena Danielsson joined the company Tre Vänner Produktion AB and continues to work with Hepp Film. The EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION AWARD – Prix EURIMAGES will be presented during the European Film Awards Ceremony in Malta on December 1.

www.europeanfilmawards.eu

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In Cinema December 2012


- THE HUM OF HOLLAND by Stella van Voorst van Beest, producer: EAVE 2006 graduate Denis Vaslin had its Rotterdam première on November 28 in WORM, Boomgaardsstraat 71. 

www.volyafilms.com

- EAVE 2004 project UNE ESTONIENNE A PARIS by Ilmar Raag, producer: EAVE 2004 graduate and EAVE Board Member Riina Sildos was released in France on December 26.

www.amrion.ee

- LONGUE DISTANCE by Valérie Boucher, producers: EAVE 2005 graduate Aurélie Bordier has its premiere at the Balzac Paris on December 15

www.lesenrages.com

- EAVE 2010 project CRULIC – THE PATH TO BEYOND, directed and produced by EAVE 2010 graduate Anca Damian started in France on December 12.

www.crulic.ro

- TABU by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE 2007 graduate Jonas Dornbach started in German cinemas on December 20 and in France on December 5. 

www.komplizenfilm.de

- LUDWIG II by Peter Sehr, executive producer: EAVE 1992 graduate and group leader Danny Krausz was released in Germany on December 16.

www.dor-film.com

- INHERITANCE by Hiam Abbass, producer: EAVE group leader Patrick Sobelman was released in France on December 12.

http://diaphana.fr/film/heritage

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EAVE News and Upcoming Deadlines

EAVE news

- EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges has been elected to the board of the European Film Academy (EFA). Thiltges will be representing the Benelux countries in this position, to which he was designated at the European Film Awards at La Valette, Malta.

www.eave.org

 

Successful close for EAVE 2012 European Producers Workshop

The EAVE 2012 European Producers Workshop came to a close with its third and last workshop held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands (November 5-12). During this final workshop, the 52 participants from 30 countries had the opportunity to meet 50 high-profile European professionals from the industry in 647 pre-scheduled one-to-one encounters and numerous informal meetings in order to pitch the 31 projects that were developed during this year's EAVE training cycle. 

www.eave.org

 

EAVE Upcoming deadlines


TIES THAT BIND – ASIA / EUROPE PRODUCERS WORKSHOPCALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: February 25, 2013

For the fifth time in 2013 and after the great success in 2012, Ties That Bind – Asia Europe Producers Workshop will be organised again in 2013 in partnership with FVG Audiovisual Fund, EAVE, Udine Far East Film Festival and Busan International Film Festival / Asian Project Market

Ties That Bind 2013 will consist of two workshops, workshop 1 taking place in Udine (Italy) during April 22-26, 2013 within the framework of the Udine Far East Film Festival (April, 2013) and workshop 2 being organized in October 6-10, 2013 during the Busan International Film Festival (October 3-12, 2013) in South Korea.

The workshops will bring together 10 film producers from Asian and European countries. Each producer will be selected together with a feature film project in development and will work with leading industry experts from both continents during the two workshops. Amongst a range of issues, sessions will focus on script development, co-production between Asia and Europe, financing in the two regions, marketing and promotion, and the legal aspects of co-production. The workshop participants will work together as a group, as well as through individual consultation, and will have the unusual opportunity to get to know each other very well with the object of forming long term creative and business partnerships and networks. The programme will culminate in Busan in October 2013 with meetings between the participants and leading Asian and European funders and sales agents during the Asian Project Market.

For further information please contact: tanika@eave.org

For information on how to apply, please visit: www.eave.org / www.tiesthatbind.eu 

 

INTERCHANGE 2013 - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

DEADLINE: MARCH 4th, 2013

The Interchange programme was created with the goal of building cooperation between film professionals from Europe and the Arab world through professional training centred on the in-depth development of a number of feature-length fiction film projects every year. It is open to 10 teams of writer/director & producer – usually about half of the participants are Arab and half are European –, as well as to 3 Arab film professionals interested in story editing training. 

The four main concerns around which the course is built are project development (including script and comprehensive production development), co-production strategies between the European and Arab world, pitching & networking (at the Dubai Film Connection).

The project-based training is designed to match the needs of experienced professionals who want to develop their skills through concrete work on their projects - under the expert guidance of international tutors – and who are ready to share their ideas with colleagues and engage themselves in discussions in order to improve and increase their knowledge.

Through 2 workshops – 1 in Turin and 1 in Dubai – and 2 midway on-line tutoring sessions, participants develop the projects and prepare for the conclusion of the programme: a final pitch at Dubai Film Connection, the largest co-production market between Europe and the Arab world with industry attendees from both areas, adding further value to the previous stages of the training.

More specifically, we aim at bridging the two regions by training and supporting film professionals from all over Europe and from the following Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. We will select 10 teams of writer/director & producer + 3 Arab trainee script consultants, and bring them together for 2 residential workshops, one in Turin at the end of May/beginning of June and one in Dubai in December. The trainee script consultants will be trained as story editors working each on 3 or 4 out of the 10 selected projects.Interchange is run by TorinoFilmLab, the Dubai International Film Festival and EAVE and it is supported by MEDIA Mundus.

Who can apply?

Teams of writer/director and producer applying with a fiction feature film project: writers and producers must come from either Europe or one of the following Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

All producer applicants should have a demonstrable track record of producing in their own country, as well as, possibly, internationally. This could include the production of feature films, documentaries, music videos, and advertising.

European applicants must be able to demonstrate a clear connection to or involvement with the countries indicated above, and the projects they submit should come from or be related to those countries.

Arab film professionals interested in story editing training: film professionals applying as story editor trainees must come from one of the above listed Arab countries and have a good knowledge of Arabic.

The working language of all Interchange workshops and events is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate.

For more information about the programme and how to apply: 

www.eave.org, http://www.torinofilmlab.it/interchange.php

 

Other Upcoming Deadlines

 

VISIONS DU RÉEL - DOC OUTLOOK INTERNATIONAL MARKET. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 

DEADLINE: 11 JAN. 2013 for films finished after SEPT. 2012

The submissions for the 2013 edition of Visions du Réel - International Film Festival are open. Registration Competitive sections:

Compétition Internationale

It includes three sections for feature length, medium length and short films. Only world, international and European premiers are considered. 

Helvétiques

A selection of Swiss feature length. Special consideration is given to the international premiere. 

Etat d'Esprit

A selection of films that explore the best of the world production focusing on the new talents. Special consideration is given to the international, world or European premiers. 

Premiers Pas

First short films by film school graduates. 

The official registration form and the 2 DVDs of the film must be sent by 10 January 2011 to the following address:

Visions du Réel

Doc Outlook-International Market 

Place du Marché

2CH-1260 Nyon

http://www.visionsdureel.ch/docm/screening/submit-a-film.html

 

CLOSING THE GAP: EQUITY INVESTMENT TRAINING COURSE 2013

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS. Deadline: 21 January 2013


Seeking funding for your film or TV project? Interested in pitch training with equity investors? Want to learn how to close your project`s budget gap?

Closing The Gap is a training course for film and TV producers run by creative industries financing consultancy peacefulfish (Berlin/London/Brussels) in association with the pan-European investor network Media Deals (Paris), the Apulia Film Commission (Bari), and the Mallorca Film Commission (Palma).

The course trains producers on how to identify, approach, and pitch to private equity investors, teaching business skills that producers can use to find new sources of financing in the current financial climate. Investors participating in the training both as experts and on the pitch panel include:

> venture capital fund managers

> business angels

> representatives from business angel networks

Through the course, producers learn innovative financing and transmedia marketing and distribution strategies, prepare business plan content and pitch presentations targeted to an equity investor audience, have a range of networking opportunities, receive extensive one-to-one feedback and pitch coaching and˜at the course‚s conclusion˜pitch their projects to a panel of investors. 

Producers should apply with a specific project.

The course fee is 900 euro, which includes both on-site workshops, Skype consultations with the course tutors, and lunches and some dinners for the attending producer.    Scholarships are available from peacefulfish.  

For additional information about the workshop including locations and dates, as well as to download the application form, visit:

www.closing-the-gap.net 

Or e-mail: closingthegap@peacefulfish.com

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TIES THAT BIND 2013 – ASIA / EUROPE PRODUCERS WORKSHOP CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

TIES THAT BIND – ASIA / EUROPE PRODUCERS WORKSHOPCALL FOR SUBMISSIONS



For the fifth time in 2013 and after the great success in 2012, Ties That Bind – Asia Europe Producers Workshop will be organised again in 2013 in partnership with FVG Audiovisual Fund, EAVE, Udine Far East Film Festival and Busan International Film Festival / Asian Project Market. 

Ties That Bind 2013 will consist of two workshops, workshop 1 taking place in Udine (Italy) during April 22-26, 2013 within the framework of the Udine Far East Film Festival (April, 2013) and workshop 2 being organized in October 6-10, 2013 during the Busan International Film Festival (October 3-12, 2013) in South Korea.

The workshops will bring together 10 film producers from Asian and European countries. Each producer will be selected together with a feature film project in development and will work with leading industry experts from both continents during the two workshops. Amongst a range of issues, sessions will focus on script development, co-production between Asia and Europe, financing in the two regions, marketing and promotion, and the legal aspects of co-production. The workshop participants will work together as a group, as well as through individual consultation, and will have the unusual opportunity to get to know each other very well with the object of forming long term creative and business partnerships and networks. The programme will culminate in Busan in October 2013 with meetings between the participants and leading Asian and European funders and sales agents during the Asian Project Market. 

The workshop will enable feature film producers from both continents to work together in two four-day workshops and will offer the 10 selected participants:

-  top level professional and project development,

- work on the comprehensive development of European and Asian projects, 

- cooperation and co-production on these and future projects,

- the creation of in-depth awareness of the audiovisual market and operating conditions, legal frameworks, financing, sales, distribution and exhibition practices in both continents,

- networking between the participants and their companies to create medium and long term informational co-financing and co-production relationships,

- access to a network of producers, markets, festivals and decision makers in both continents.


Target group:

Experienced feature film producers from Asia (Japan, Korea, China incl. Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia) and Europe wishing to work on an international scale and to create long term creative and business relationships between Europe and Asia. Interested producers should apply with a feature film project in development stage. European producers applying must be able to demonstrate a clear involvement with Asia and vice versa.

 

Project criteria:

- feature-length fiction film (for theatrical release)

- projects suitable for an international co-production and looking for co-producers

- preferably a minimum of 20% should be in place

- projects suggested by European applicants should have a link to Asia (thematic, cultural, technical) and the producer should be motivated to work with / in Asia and vice versa

- projects suggested by applicants should have a potential for co-production

- producer must have completed at least one film released theatrically in the last 3 years

- 1st draft of the script available in English for the workshop 

Application documents:

- Completed Application Form (available for download on www.eave.org)

- 1 page Letter of Motivation concerning your participation at the workshop

- 1-2 page CV of the Producer and the Director

- Brief description of the production company

- A list of the company's productions: in development, pre-production, production and of those released

- 1 page Note of Intention of the Producer and 1 page Note of Intention of the Director concerning the development of your project

- 1 page Synopsis

- 8-10 pages Treatment

Scripts are to be sent only on request but should be ready in time for the first workshop.

All documents have to be sent in English – the working language of the workshop will be English.

 

Participation fees & conditions:

The participation at Ties That Bind is free of charge. Each participant will be offered accommodation during the workshop stay (full board including meals). In addition, we will offer a number of partial scholarships to contribute to the travel costs.

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: February 25, 2013

The selection will be made by a selection committee and will be published by mid March 2013.

For further information please contact: tanika@eave.org 

www.eave.org / www.tiesthatbind.eu 


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Interchange 2013 - Call for Applications

Interchange 2013 - Call for Applications

The Interchange programme was created with the goal of building cooperation between film professionals from Europe and the Arab world through professional training centred on the in-depth development of a number of feature-length fiction film projects every year. It is open to 10 teams of writer/director & producer – usually about half of the participants are Arab and half are European –, as well as to 3 Arab film professionals interested in story editing training. 

The four main concerns around which the course is built are project development (including script and comprehensive production development), co-production strategies between the European and Arab world, pitching & networking (at the Dubai Film Connection). The project-based training is designed to match the needs of experienced professionals who want to develop their skills through concrete work on their projects - under the expert guidance of international tutors – and who are ready to share their ideas with colleagues and engage themselves in discussions in order to improve and increase their knowledge.

Through 2 workshops – 1 in Turin and 1 in Dubai – and 2 midway on-line tutoring sessions, participants develop the projects and prepare for the conclusion of the programme: a final pitch at Dubai Film Connection, the largest co-production market between Europe and the Arab world with industry attendees from both areas, adding further value to the previous stages of the training.

More specifically, we aim at bridging the two regions by training and supporting film professionals from all over Europe and from the following Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. We will select 10 teams of writer/director & producer + 3 Arab trainee script consultants, and bring them together for 2 residential workshops, one in Turin at the end of May/beginning of June and one in Dubai in December. The trainee script consultants will be trained as story editors working each on 3 or 4 out of the 10 selected projects.

Interchange is run by TorinoFilmLab, the Dubai International Film Festival and EAVE and it is supported by MEDIA Mundus.

 

Who can apply? 

Teams of writer/director and producer applying with a fiction feature film project: writers and producers must come from either Europe or one of the following Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

All producer applicants should have a demonstrable track record of producing in their own country, as well as, possibly, internationally. This could include the production of feature films, documentaries, music videos, and advertising.

European applicants must be able to demonstrate a clear connection to or involvement with the countries indicated above, and the projects they submit should come from or be related to those countries.

Arab film professionals interested in story editing training: film professionals applying as story editor trainees must come from one of the above listed Arab countries and have a good knowledge of Arabic.

The working language of all Interchange workshops and events is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate.

 

Workshops & on-line sessions

Participants’ activities take place across 6 months as follows:


May:  1st four-day residential workshop in Torino: assessment of projects’ status, development and pitching workshop with group sessions, lectures and case-studies

August - September: 1st on-line/Skype/e-mail development session: feedback & consulting, task-setting

October - November: 2nd on-line/Skype/e-mail development session: feedback & consulting, task-setting, preparation of Book of Projects (catalogue for the final pitching event)

December:  2nd five-day residential workshop in Dubai: final script assessment, project advice, pitching training, producers’ coaching, case studies + Pitching event and one-to-one meetings at Dubai Film Connection with film industry professionals from EU and Arab regions.

The training of writers/filmmakers, producers, and story editor trainees is carried out simultaneously in both residential workshops and, as mentioned above, the curriculum is designed around project development and co-production strategies, as well as pitching training in the final session. 

Participants will continue working on-line between the two residential workshops and will receive feedback on project development through a schedule of Skype/e-mail consultations. 

A Head Producer will supervise all 10 teams. Each team’s project will also be analyzed in depth by one of the 3 professional tutors overseeing and guiding as many working groups. 

Participation fees & scholarships

There is no entry fee.

TorinoFilmLab covers participants' accommodation expenses (hotel and meals) during the workshops. Participants must pay all travel costs.

Deadline for applications: March 4th, 2013


How to apply?

Teams of writers/director and producer applying with a project need to send:

-application form A 

-full Curriculum Vitae (all applicants)

-synopsis (1 page maximum/only for writers)

-treatment (10 page maximum/only for writers)

-letter of motivation for doing Interchange (1 page maximum/all applicants). For European projects, the producer should also explain in which way the project is related to the Arab countries which are part of the Interchange Programme.

-development/production timetable (for producers)

-detailed budget, incl. development budget (for producers)

-financing plan (Euro currency): please include detailed info about the funds in the country of origin, region of interest and their relevant deadline, and mark any funds already obtained (for producers)

-one previous short film or extract of previous materials, (not mandatory/only for writer-directors): the video must be uploaded by following the link: http://tfl.museotv.com and signing up. Only 1 video per applicant; showreels will not be accepted;  

Film professionals applying as trainee script consultants need to send:

-application form B 

-full Curriculum Vitae 

-letter of motivation for doing Interchange (1 page maximum) 

Deadline for applications: March 4th, 2013 

All applications have to be sent to interchange@torinofilmlab.it in English and in PDF format

Only entries with complete form and materials, in English and PDF format, will be accepted.

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A scholarship has been set up to honour the memory of Alan Fountain, former Head of Studies and President of EAVE, who passed away on March 3. Its goal is to enable one producer from outside the EU to participate in all three sessions of the EAVE Producers Workshop each year.

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