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EAVE December News 2015


EXTENDED DEADLINE: EAVE+ - new edition!

EAVE+ for experienced producers from Europe and the rest of the world moves its dates to April! 

Apply now for the next edition of EAVE+! 12-15 experienced producers and 6 high-profile industry experts will gather during 4 days to discuss their company structures, management practices and new business models.

EAVE+ will take place during April 13-17, 2016 at the hotel Ecluse in Luxembourg.

Applications are open for independent producers with a solid track record and international experience from Europe and the rest of the world until February 5, 2016. 

A limited number of scholarships are available (in priority for participants from the “new” EU member states and countries without existing support mechanisms).

Led by EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges (Samsa Film, LU) together with EAVE+ consultant Michael Weber (The Match Factory, DE), keynote sessions by international guests will be mixed with group work sessions and 1-2-1 meetings.

Confirmed guest speakers for the upcoming edition are: Carole Scotta, Haut Et Court Distribution (FR), Ed Guiney, Element Pictures (IE) and management coach Michael Comyn, The Fearless Organisation (IE). Further speakers will be announced shortly.

Guest speakers of past editions included producer Stefan Arndt (X-Filme and X-Verleih, DE), financial manager Marc Bordure (Agat Films & Ex Nihilo, FR), managing director Pilar Benito (Morena Films, ES), management coach Michael Comyn (The Fearless Organisation, IE), digital distribution expert Andy Docherty (NL), producer Bo Ehrhardt (Nimbus, DK), producer Sigve Endresen (Motlys AS, NO), Head of the cinema department at the OBCNeuflize bank Anne Flamant (FR), sales agent  Hengameh Panahi (Celluloid Dreams, FR), producer Vibeke Windeløv (WINDELOV/LASSEN Aps, DK), distributors Eve Gabereau (Soda Pictures, UK), Grégoire Gensollen (FilmNation Entertainment, US) and Jean Labadie (Le Pacte, FR), as well as independent US producers Mike S. Ryan and Jay van Hoy.

Some voices from the previous editions:

«A group retreat for 4 days. What a wonderful breaktime in our daily rushed routine to think together and put in perspective our place and ideas regarding our fast-changing Industry. Beautiful moments of sharing, bonding, exchanging and engaging with each other. Graceful, emotional and magical experience.»

Hengameh Panahi, Celluloid Dreams, France 

«EAVE+ provides a safe and informal situation in which participants and experts share their knowledge and emotions within their professional life. Therefore this four days 'deep dive' into film producing motivated and enriched my future as a professional.»

Frans van Gestel, Topkapi Films, The Netherlands

« Exactly what we needed at exactly the right time in terms of some creative Blue Sky thinking about the direction of the company and its growth as we enter into our second decade in business. »

Triona Campbell, Beactive S.A., Portugal

« I thought it was a great four days and served as a real think tank for experienced producers to gain perspective on our changing world. »

Mike S. Ryan, Greyshack Films, USA

« The EAVE+ workshop was extremely useful on many levels - practical information on a range of subjects from promoting films on VoD platforms to how to work on one's resilience in stressful situations to raising private equity and managing those investor relationships. The networking element also really paid off in terms of finding a co-producer with access to a national fund in a country where one of my projects takes place, and that funding application is now underway.»

Natasha Dack, Tigerlily Films, UK  

« It was the perfect moment for me and my partner to come to EAVE +, … (the) best moment to take a look… and see how it works for people with (the) same passion, but living and working in a completely different environment. »

Fernando Epstein, Mutante Cine, Uruguay 

EAVE+ is organised once a year in Luxembourg with different keynote speakers and topics addressed at each workshop session. 

EAVE+ is supported by the Creative Europe-MEDIA Programme of the European Union and the Luxembourg Film Fund. 

More information on: http://eave.org 

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EAVE 2016 selection & Season’s greetings

We are delighted to close the year announcing the participants for the EAVE Producers Workshop 2016, selected out of 143 applications from 44 different countries

EAVE proudly presents the 52 up and coming producers from 36 countries that will be part of the EAVE programme next year. (See the complete list of selected participants below).

We are particularly happy and grateful to our 2016 scholarship partners for their generous support:

  • As in the previous years, the French CNC supports the participation of 4 producers: Rula Al Rawashdeh-Nasser (Jordan), May Odeh (Palestine), Sandino Saravia Vinay (Uruguay) and Sanjay Shah (India).
  • Thanks to our long-time partner, German regional fund MDM, two producers from the Balkan region will develop their projects and skills at the EAVE 2016 course: Alem Babic from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Vanya Rainova from Bulgaria.
  • In the framework of EAVE’s partnership with Cinema Do Brasil, EAVE was able to allocate a scholarship to Maria Carneiro da Cunha.
  • PACT and EAVE are jointly offering a scholarship to one UK producer (Rajita Shah) in the name and memory of EAVE expert Dorothy Viljoen.
  • Last but not least, EAVE allocated one scholarship to one participant of the Ex Oriente 2015 workshops: Zoran Galic from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In addition to those, a number of scholarships have been allocated by EAVE to participants from countries with no support mechanisms. 

2015: A successful year for EAVE comes to its close…

We are proud of the success of our producers in 2015:

  • Foreign Language Oscar for IDA
  • 2 main awards for EAVE producers in Sundance
  • 18 films by EAVE producers representing their country in the race for the next Foreign Language Academy Awards
  • 2 Silver Bears, 1 Cristal Bear and 10 additional awards at the Berlinale 2015
  • 1 Jury Prize of the competition and 9 major awards in Cannes
  • 3 awards in Locarno
  • 6 awards in Sarajevo
  • 5 European Film Awards for EAVE producers 

           … and many more.

WE WISH ALL OUR GRADUATES, COLLEAGUES AND FRIENDS A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR.

A BIG THANK YOU GOES TO OUR PARTNERS, DECISION MAKERS, EXPERTS AND PEDAGOGICAL TEAM FOR THEIR CONTINUING SUPPORT AND COMMITMENT! 
 

WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER INSPIRING YEAR TOGETHER! 

The selected participants for the EAVE Producers Workshop 2016 are:

ARGENTINA

  • Alejandra Grinschpun, Gema Films

AUSTRIA

  • Loredana Rehekampff, Aichholzer Filmproduktion GmbH

BELGIUM

  • Annabella Nezri, Kwassa Films

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

  • Alem Babic, DOKUMENT SARAJEVO
  • Zoran Galic, Vizart Film Production

BRAZIL

  • Maria Carneiro da Cunha, Giros Projetos Audiovisuais S.A.

BULGARIA

  • Vanya Rainova, Portokal

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • Krystof Safer, Bullfilm

DENMARK

  • Nina Bisgaard, Meta Film & SAM Productions
  • Julie Linn Milling, FilmFyn

ESTONIA

  • Evelin Soosaar-Penttilä, Amrion

FINLAND

  • Liisa Juntunen, napafilms
  • Karoliina Martikainen, The Yellow Affair

FRANCE

  • Laure Caillol, Haut et Court Distribution
  • Marie Legrand, Les Films du Tambour
  • Estelle Robin You, Les films du balibari

GEORGIA

  • Lasha Khalvashi, Artizm

GERMANY

  • Eva Blondiau, COLOR OF MAY
  • Tanja Georgieva, ELEMAG PICTURES

GREECE

  • Vasilis Chrysanthopoulos, plays2place productions

HUNGARY

  • Julia Berkes, Proton Cinema Kft.
  • Dora Nedeczky, Mindwax

ICELAND

  • Eva Sigurdardottir, Askja Films

INDIA

  • Sanjay Shah, Salaam Cinema

IRELAND

  • Rory Dungan, Tilted Pictures Ltd
  • Claire McCaughley, Treasure Entertainment

ITALY

  • Alessandro Carroli, EiE film

JORDAN

  • Rula Al Rawashdeh-Nasser, The Imaginarium Films

LITHUANIA

  • Marija Razgute, Ciobreliai

LUXEMBOURG

  • Elise Andre, Tarantula

NETHERLANDS

  • Monique Busman, De Familie Film & TV
  • Joram Willink, BIND

NEW ZEALAND

  • Tui Ruwhiu, Tauihu Media Ltd.

NORWAY

  • Jarle Bjørknes, Incitus as

PALESTINE

  • May Odeh, ODEH FILMS

POLAND

  • Jan Kwiecinski, Akson Studio
  • Agnieszka Wasiak, Lava Films

ROMANIA

  • Irina Andreea Malcea, Luna Film

SERBIA

  • Mirko Bojovic, BaBoon Production

SLOVAKIA

  • Katarina Tomkova, kaleidoscope

SPAIN

  • Olmo Figueredo, La Claqueta PC
  • Luisa Romeo, Frida Films

SWEDEN

  • Julia Gebauer, Way Creative Films
  • David Herdies, Momento Film

TURKEY

  • Annamaria Aslanoglu, istos film
  • Cihan Asli Filiz, Bir Film

UK

  • James Levison, Wingbeat Pictures
  • Rajita Shah, Miraj Films
  • Katherine Speirs, UP HELLY AA

URUGUAY

  • Sandino Saravia Vinay, Buenaventura Cine

USA

  • Kishori Rajan, Ten on 5 Productions

 

The EAVE 2016 Producers Workshop will take place in Luxembourg (March 3-10), Druskininkai/Lithuania (June 13-20) and Prague/Czech Republic (October 10-17).

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Please note that the EAVE office is closed during December 21, 2015 - January 1, 2016! Your EAVE team will be back on January 4, 2016.

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EAVE project STORIES FROM THE CHESTNUT WOODS supported by EURIMAGES

  • EAVE project ALI, THE GOAT AND IBRAHIM by Ibrahim El Batout, producers: EAVE graduate Hossam Elouan, EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille is supported by CNC’s Aide aux cinémas du monde (World Cinema Support). 

www.cnc.fr/web/fr/cinemas-du-monde

The German-French Funding Commission supports the development and production of four film projects. Among them is:

  • DIAMOND ISLAND by Davy Chou, producer: EAVE graduate Hanneke van der Tas.

www.ffa.de

  • EAVE project WAJIB by Annemarie Jacir producer: EAVE graduate Ossama Bawardi took home the Dubai Film Connection Nod award! Yet another win for the project, which also scooped The Asian Pacific Screen Awards Academy Film Fund grant and Tribeca Film Institute Development Grant. 

philistinefilms.com 

  • FOAM AT THE MOUTH by Janis Nords, producer B’EST graduate Alise Gelze was granted funding by National Film Centre of Latvia. The film tells the story of a former policeman Didzis who after a severe car crash is trying to set up a business of training police dogs. Ever since Didzis suffered in that heavy car crash, he and his wife Jana have been drifting apart. But when Didzis beloved dogs get loose and threaten the local town, the two are forced to confront their past demons and find a common language to prevent a terrible accident about to happen.

www.tasse.lv

  • THE DEVIL OUTSIDE by Andrew Hulme, producer: EAVE graduate Christine Alderson is in development. The coming of age film about religion, madness and misguided sexuality is among the projects set to be presented at CineMart, the co-production forum hosted as part of Rotterdam Film Festival. 

www.ipsofactofilms.com

  • The comedy THE MIGRUMPIES by EAVE graduate Arman T. Riahi is greenlighted and pre-production started. For a documentary show about a socially disadvantaged neighbourhood, the two well off friends Marko and Fadi pretend to be petty criminals with immigrant background – before the coin flips and reality turns against them. With support of the Austrian Film Institute (ÖFI) and Filmfonds Wien (FFW).

www.goldengirls.at

Supported films by Eurimages:

  • SCARRED HEARTS by Radu Jude, co-producers: EAVE graduate and Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon and EAVE graduate Jonas Dornbach
  • IVAN by Janez Burger, co-producer: EAVE graduates Miha Cernec
  • GAME GIRLS by Alina Skrzeszewska, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis
  • BETWEEN TWO WORLDS by Janus Metz Pedersen, co-producer: EAVE Group Leader Lise Lense-Møller
  • COBAIN by Nanouk Leopold, co-producer: EAVE graduate Stienette Bosklopper
  • DILILI À PARIS by Michel Ocelot, co-producer: EAVE garduate Reik Moeller
  • SHE IS A HARBOUR by Iveta Grofova, delegate producer : EAVE graduate Katarina Krnacova, co-producer EAVE graduate: Jiri Konecny
  • EAVE project STORIES FROM THE CHESTNUT WOODS by Gregor Božic, producer: EAVE graduate Marina Gumzi
  • STYX by Wolfgang Fischer, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu
  • SUPERFLUOUS MAN - STORY OF A REFUGEE by Kornél Mundruczom co-producers: EAVE graduates Viktoria Petranyi and Eszter Gyarfas
  • DOVLATOV by Aleksey German Jr., co-producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic
  • INSYRIATED by Philippe Van Leeuw, co-producer: EAVE graduate Tomas Leyers
  • MILLA by Valérie Massadian, co-producers EAVE graduates Sophie Erbs abd Tom Dercourt
  • KHIBULA by George Ovashvili, co-producers: EAVE graduates Guillaume de Saille and Benedicte Thomas
  • THE SONG OF SCORPIONS by Anup Singhm co-producer: EAVE graduate Saskia Vischer
  • B`EST project MIRACLE by Egle Vertelyte, producer: B`EST graduate Lukas Trimonis

http://www.coe.int/

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THE BANKSY JOB now in production

  • THE SONG OF SCORPIONS by Anup Singh, producer: EAVE graduate Saskia Vischer has started principal photography. Set in the mystical Thar Desert of Rajasthan, the film tells a story about a shaman woman who travels the desert and heals scorpion poisoning with a song. When she realises that she herself has been poisoned emotionally by the man in her life, it starts her on a quest to find the healing song for herself. 

www.saskiavischer.com/

  • THE BANKSY JOB by Ian Gray and Dylan Harvey, producer: EAVE graduate Christine Alderson is in production. In March 2004 the artist known as Banksy illegally erects a ten-foot statue in a small square off Shaftsbury Avenue in central London. Titled ‘The Drinker’, this sculpture is a replica of Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ – with a traffic cone placed on its head. The only clue as to who put it there is a stencil on the plinth that merely says ‘Banksy’. Then, one day, in broad daylight, masked thieves pull up with a flatbed truck and cart ‘The Drinker’ away… a reporter from a national newspaper receives a ransom note from a man calling himself AK47, claiming to represent a group of ‘art terrorists’ calling themselves ‘ART KAIDA’ After several years back and forth between the media, Banksy and Art Kaida, it is alleged that the artist called Banksy ‘arranged’ for the statue to be destroyed by any means necessary.

https://www.facebook.com/thebanksyjob

  • THE EREMITES by Ronny Trocker, co-producer: EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi finished first shootings in South Tyrol and is now preparing the last shooting days in January. The introverted farmers’ son Albert is torn between modern life in the valley and his bonds to the past and his authoritarian mother Marianne. She is living a hard and lonely life on a remote mountain farm after she has secretly buried her husband, who died in a working accident. Developed with the support of BLS Alto Adige, Austrian Film Institute (ÖFI), Ministry of Culture Germany (BKM), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg (MBB) and Servus TV.

www.goldengirls.at

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EAVE project EGGG in post-production

  • EAVE project EGGG by Hanne Larsen, producers: EAVE graduates Kristin Ulseth and Charlotte Most is in post-production. Eleven-year-old Gilbert has an extreme allergy to eggs, which he tries to keep secret from his new friends – but the problem is that Aunt Doris, his babysitter, gives him eggs on purpose. However, now he has planned to take his revenge on Christmas Eve. 

www.maipo.no

  •  THIS BEAUTIFUL FANTASTIC by Simon Aboud, producer: EAVE graduate Christine Alderson is in post-production. The film about a shy children's author and a wild inventor who fall in love amidst a beautiful garden in the heart of London os produced by Ipso Facto Films and Smudge Films.

www.ipsofactofilms.com

  • MELLOW MUD by Renars Vimba, producer: B’EST graduate Alise Gelze is in post-production. The story: Siblings Roby and Raya after the death of their father and being abandoned by their mother, are forced to live with their dominating grandmother in a small country house owned by their family. Things change after the sudden death of their grandmother. The teenagers have to face a tough choice: either to report the accident and submit themselves to a life in an orphanage or hide the dead body and live as if nothing has happened. Supported by State Culture Capital Foundation, Media Development and National Film Center of Latvia; selected for Eave training programme B'EST, selected for Connecting Cottbus.

www.tasse.lv

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THE LOOK OF SILENCE and WE COME AS FRIENDS shortlisted for the Oscars

  • THE LOOK OF SILENCE by Joshua Oppenheimer, producer: EAVE graduate Signe Byrge Sørensen and WE COME AS FRIENDS by Hubert Sauper, producer: EAVE  graduate Gabriele Kranzelbinder have been shortlisted for the Oscars in the Documentary Feature category.

http://www.oscars.org/news/15-documentary-features-advance-2015-oscarr-race

  • ROOM by Lenny Abrahamson, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney is nominated for the Golden Globes in three categories: Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Actress.
  • THE FENCER by Klaus Härö, producer: EAVE graduate Kaarle Aho and LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael, producers: EAVE graduate Paul Thiltges and EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach are nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category.

www.goldenglobes.com

 

Competing for the European Shooting Stars are:

  • Tihana Lazovic for THE HIGH SUN by Dalibor Matanic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic, co-producers: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic and EAVE graduate Petra VidmarKacey 
  • Mottet Klein for - KEEPER by Guillaume Senez, producer: EAVE graduate Isabelle Truc 
  • Daphné Patakia for - INTERRUPTION by Yorgos Zois, producers: EAVE gtraduates Maria Dandraki, Sinisa Juricic.

www.shooting-stars.eu

 

Nominated for the Luxembourgish Film Prize are:

  • BABY(A)LONE produced and directed by EAVE graduate Donato Rotunno is nominated for Best Feature, Best Script.
  • ENG NEI ZÄIT by Christophe Wagner, associate producer: EAVE graduate and EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges is nominated for Best Feature, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Music and Best Script, Best Costume, Best Image, Best Make-up, Best Sound, Best Editing.
  • EAVE project MAMMEJONG by Jacques Molitor, producer EAVE graduate Bernard Michaux is nominated for Best Feature.
  • AMOUR FOU by Jessica Hausner, producer: Film Finance Forum graduate André Fetzer, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu is nominated for Best Co-production
  • BRABANÇONNE by Vincent Bal, producer: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert, co-producers: EAVE graduate and group leader Diana Elbaum and EAVE graduate and Head of Studies Jani Thiltges is nominated for Best Co-production and Best Sound
  • CLOWNWISE by Viktor Tauš, producers: EAVE graduate Michal Kollar, EAVE graduate Donato Rotunno is nominated for Best Co-production
  • L'ENQUÊTE by Vincent Garenq, associate producer EAVE graduate and EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges is nominated for Best Co-production and Best Sound
  • LA VOLANTE by Christophe Ali and Nicolas Bonilauri, producer EAVE graduate: Donato Rotunno is nominated for Best Co-production
  • MELODY by Bernard Bellefroid, associate producer: EAVE graduate and EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges is nominated for Best Co-production and Best Editing
  • PREJUDICE by Antoine Cuypers, producer: EAVE graduate Benoît Roland, co-producers: EAVE graduates Bernard Michaux, Sander Verdonk is nominated for Best Co-production
  • WIPLALA by Tim Oliehoek , co-producer: EAVE graduate and EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges is nominated for Best Co-Production
  • LE FUTTBALLSPILL AM SCHNÉI by Anne Schiltz and Tom Alesch, producer: EAVE graduate Anne Schroeder is nominated for Best Documentary
  • FAUSTINO ONE MAN SHOW by Andy Bausch, producer: EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach is nominated for Best Documentary
  • MOS STELLARIUM by Karolina Markiewicz and Pascal Piron, producer EAVE graduate Donato Rotunno is nominated for Best Documentary
  • SUCCES FOX by Désirée Nosbusch, producer: EAVE graduate Alexandra Hoesdorff is nominated for Best Documentary
  • SOUNDHUNTERS by Beryl Klotz, produced by EAVE graduate Marion Guth is nominated for Best Documentary and Best Sound.
  • FIEBER by Elfi Mikeschmco-producer: EAVE+ graduate Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu is nominated for Best Co-Production, Best Music, Best Editing, Best Set Design
  • SECRETS OF WAR by Dennis Bots, co-producer: EAVE graduate Donato Rotunno is nominated for Best Co-production, Best Music, Best Make-up and Costumes.
  • LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael, producers: EAVE graduate Paul Thiltges and EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach is nominated for Best Co-production and Best Actor

http://www.dfilmakademie.lu/

 

 


 


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5 European Film Awards for EAVE producers

Winners of the 28th edition of the European Film Awards are:

  • SONG OF THE SEA by Tomm Moore, producter: EAVE graduate Isabelle Truc was awarded Europe’s Best Animated Feature Film
  • THE LOBSTER by Yorgos Lanthimos, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney, co-producers: EAVE graduate Léontine Petit and EAVE graduate Derk-Jan Warrink was awarded Best European Screenwriter and Best European Costume Designer.
  • Best Production Design went to LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael, producers: EAVE graduate Paul Thiltges and EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach
  • ARABIAN NIGHTS TRILOGY by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jonas Dornbach won Best Sound Design 

www.europeanfilmacademy.org

 

  • KEEPER by Guillaume Senez, producer: EAVE graduate Isabelle Truc was awarded Best Film at the 33rd Torino Film Festival.
  • PAULINA by Santiago Mitre, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri received the Special Jury Award and the Best Actress Award.

www.torinofilmfest.org

In the 2015 edition of TorinoFilmLab the development, production and distribution awards were given to:

  • DAOUD'S WINTER by Koutaiba Al-Janabi, producer: Interchange graduate Trent
  • PUENTES project THE HEIRESSES by Marcelo Martinessi, producer: PUENTES graduate Karen Fraenkel

TFL World Distribution Awards

  • PUENTES project REY by Niles Atallah, producer: PUENTES graduate Lucie Kalmar
  • EVA DOESN’T SLEEP by Pablo Agüero, producer: EAVE graduate Marianne Dumoulin 

Les Arcs Coproduction Village Prize

  • THE STAFFROOM by Sonja Tarokic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilich

ttp://www.torinofilmlab.it/

 

  • MOTHERLAND by Senem Tüzen, producer: EAVE graduate Olena Yershova won the Asian Pacific Screen Award (APSA) for Best Script and the UNESCO Award.
  • FRENZY by Emin Alper, producer: EAVE graduate Enis Köstepen was awarded the Jury Grand Prize for Best Screenplay
  • UNDER ELECTRIC CLOUDS by Alexey German, co-producers: EAVE+ graduates Artem Vasiliev, Violetta Kaminska and EAVE graduate Izabela Wojcik won the prize for Best Directing.

www.asiapacificscreenacademy.com/the-awards/

 

  • THE LOBSTER by Yorgos Lanthimos, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney, co-producers: EAVE graduate Léontine Petit and EAVE graduate Derk-Jan Warrink won the Best Actress Award at the British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) 
  • ROOM by Lenny Abrahamson, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney was awarded Best International Independent Film. 

www.bifa.org.uk

 

  • THE LOOK OF SILENCE by Joshua Oppenheimer, producer: EAVE graduate Signe Byrge Sørensen was awarded Best Documentary at the Gotham Awards, New York.

www.final-cut.dk

 

  • THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN, directed and produced by EAVE graduate Anca Damian, co-producers: EAVE graduate Benedicte Thomas and EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille was awarded the Grand Prix at the Amiens International Film Festival 
  • EVA DOESN’T SLEEP by Pablo Agüero, producer: EAVE graduate Marianne Dumoulin won Best Film
  • PARASOL by Valéry Rosier, producer: EAVE graduate Benoît Roland received the Audience Award

www.filmfestamiens.org

 

  • COPAIN (BUDDY) by EAVE participant Jan Roosens, producer: EAVE graduate Raf Roosens won three awards at the Gijon International Film Festival: Best Short Film, Best Directing and Best Camera of a short film.

www.gijonfilmfestival.com

 

  • MOTHERLAND by Senem Tüzen, producer: EAVE graduate Olena Yershova won the Golden Prometheus for Best Film at the Tbilisi International Film Festival.

www.tbilisifilmfestival.ge

 

  • MARZIA, MY FRIEND by Kirsi Mattila, producer: EAVE participant Elina Pohjola has won the prize for Best international film about Afghanistan at the Afghan Documentary Film Festival in Stockholm, Sweden.

www.facebook.com/Afghandocumentaryfilmfestival/

 

  • SNAKESKIN by Daniel Hui, produced by Ties That Bind graduate Tan Bee Thiam received a Special Mention at the Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) and the Award in Excellence at the Biennale Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival.
  • TUITION by Lei Yuan Bin, produced by Ties That Bind graduate Tan Bee Thiam won the Asian Cinema Fund.
  • 03-FLATS by Lei Yuan Bin, produced by Tan Bee Thiam won the Best Film at the Salaya International Documentary Festival. 
  • PONTIANAK by Glen Goei, produced by Tan Bee Thiam won the Moneff Prize at the Hong Kong Asian Film Financing Forum 2015. 
  • TIONG BAHRU SOCIAL CLUB, directed by Tan Bee Thiam was awarded the MDA New Talent Feature Film Fund.

www.13littlepictures.com

 

  • EL PELUQUERO ROMANTICO by Iván Avila Dueñas, producer: Ozcar Ramirez Gonzalez won three awards at the First Cut competition at Ventana Sur.

www.ventanasur.com.ar

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EAVE project MY SKINNY SISTER in French cinemas

In French Cinemas:

  • MUR by Andra Tévy, co-?producer: Finance Forum graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis was presented at the Cinéma le Balzac, Paris on December 5

www.lesfilmsducygne.com

  • EAVE project MY SKINNY SISTER by Sanna Lenken, producer EAVE graduate Annika Rogell. French start: December 16.

www.story.se

  • THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN, directed and produced by EAVE graduate Anca Damian, co-producers: EAVE graduate Benedicte Thomas and EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille. French release: December 23. 

www.arizonafilms.fr

 

In Austrian Cinemas:

  • ONE OF US by Stephan Richter, producer: EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi. Release in Austria in December.

www.goldengirls.at

 

In Belgian Cinemas:

  • RAMS (HRÚTUR) by Grimur Hákornason, co-produced by EAVE graduate Ditte Milsted. Belgium start: December 9.

www.profilepictures.dk

  • ARABIAN NIGHTS TRILOGY by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jonas Dornbach. Swiss start: December 10. Belgium start: December 16. 

www.komplizen-film.de

 

In Swedish Cinemas:

  • LOUDER THAN BOMBS by Joachim Trier, executive producer: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen. Swedisch release: December 18.

www.motlys.com

 

In German Cinemas:

  • LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael, co-producer: EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach. German release: December 18.

www.juliettefilms.lu



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Interchange project 3000 NIGHTS in festivals around the world

Belgrade Auteur Film Festival (November 27 – December 5)

  • AFERIM! by Radu Jude, producer: EAVE graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon, EAVE graduate Jiri Konecny
  • ARABIAN NIGHTS TRILOGY by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jonas Dornbach
  • FRENZY by Emin Alper, producer: EAVE graduate Enis Köstepen
  • LAND AND SHADE (LA TIERRA Y LA SOMBRA) by César Augusto Acevedo, producer: PUENTES graduate Diana Bustamante, co-producer: EAVE graduate Laurette Schillings
  • LOUDER THAN BOMBS by Joachim Trier, executive producer: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen
  • OUR EVERYDAY LIFE by Ines Tanovic, producer: EAVE graduate Zdenka Gold
  • THE PROJECT OF THE CENTURY by Carlos M. Quintela, co-producer: EAVE graduate Andres Pfaeffli
  • THE TREASURE by Corneliu Porumboiu, producer: EAVE graduate Marcela Ursu
  • UNDER ELECTRIC CLOUDS by Alexey German, co-producers: EAVE+ graduates Artem Vasiliev, Violetta Kaminska and EAVE graduate Izabela Wojcik

www.faf.rs/filmovi.php

 

Tblisi International Film Festival (November 30 - December 6)

  • AS WE WERE DREAMING by Andreas Dresen, producer: EAVE graduate and group leader Peter Rommel
  • BROTHER DEJAN by Bakur Bakuradze, producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic
  • DER STAAT GEGEN FRITZ BAUER by Lars Kraume, co-producer: EAVE graduate Ann Carolin Renninger
  • DORA OR THE SEXUAL NEUROSES OF OUR PARENTS by Stina Werenfels, producers: Interchange graduate Samir and EAVE graduate Karin Koch
  • KOZA by Ivan Ostrochovsky, producer: EAVE graduate Jiri Konecny
  • LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT by Jaco Van Dormael, producers: EAVE graduate Paul Thiltges and EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach
  • LOUDER THAN BOMBS by Joachim Trier, executive producer: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen
  • MOTHERLAND by Senem Tüzen, producer: EAVE graduate Olena Yershova
  • NO ONE’S CHILD by Vuc Rsumovic, producer: EAVE graduate Ankica Juric Tilic
  • PAULINA by Santiago Mitre, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri
  • RAMS (HRÚTUR) by Grimur Hákornason, co-produced by EAVE participant Ditte Milsted.
  • SWORN VIRGIN by Laura Bispuri, co-producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler
  • THE LESSON by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, producer: EAVE graduate Magdelena Ilieva
  • TURIST by Ruben Östlund, producer: EAVE graduate Marie Kjelsson

www.tbilisifilmfestival.ge

Dubai International Film Festival (December 10 - 17)

  • ARABIAN NIGHTS TRILOGY by Miguel Gomes, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jonas Dornbach
  • DÉGRADÉ producers and directors: Interchange graduates Arab & Tarzan Nasser
  • Interchange project 3000 NIGHTS by Mai Masri, producer: EAVE graduate Tunje Berns
  • OUR EVERYDAY LIFE by Ines Tanovic, producer: EAVE graduate Zdenka Gold
  • PAULINA by Santiago Mitre, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri
  • RAMS (HRÚTUR) by Grimur Hákornason, co-producer: EAVE graduate Ditte Milsted
  • RETURN TO ITHACA by Laurent Cantet, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri
  • ROOM by Lenny Abrahamson, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • THE HIGH SUN by Dalibor Matanic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic, co-producers: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic and EAVE graduate Petra Vidmar
  • THE TREASURE by Corneliu Porumboiu, producer: EAVE graduate Marcela Ursu 

Dubai Film Connection

  • DAOUD'S WINTER by Koutaiba Al-Janabi, co-producer: Interchange graduate Trent
  • EAVE project WAJIB by Annemarie Jacir, producer EAVE graduate Ossama Bawardi

www.dubaifilmfest.com

Les Arcs European Film Festival (December 12 - 19)  

Official Competition

  • 11 MINUTES by Jerzy Skolimowski, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • REMEMBER by Atom Egoyan, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jens Meurer
  • BANG GANG by Eva Husson, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri
  • FAMILY FILM by Olmo Omerzu, producer: EAVE graduate Jiri Konecny
  • ROOM by Lenny Abrahamson, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • THE ARDENNES by Robin Pront, producers: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert

Norwegian Focus

  • OSLO, August 31st by Joachim Trier, producer: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen 
  • TURN ME ON, GODDAMMIT by Jannicke Systad Jacobsen, producer: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen 

Special Screenings

  • LES CHEVALIERS BLANCS by Joachim Lafosse, producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart 

Hauteur

  • FRENZY by Emin Alper, producer: EAVE graduate Enis Köstepen
  • FULL CONTACT by David Verbeek, producers: EAVE graduates Leontine Petit, Gabriele Kranzelbinder, Sinisha Juricic
  • THE HIGH SUN by Dalibor Matanic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic, co-producers: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic and EAVE graduate Petra Vidmar
  • UNDER ELECTRIC CLOUDS by Alexey German, co-producers: EAVE+ graduates Artem Vasiliev, Violetta Kaminska and EAVE graduate Izabela Wojcik

Arc 1950 Coproduction Village

  • 30 EGGS by Paddy Breathnach, produced EAVE graduate Robert Walpole
  • CHARLTON HESTON by Andrei Cretulescu, co-producer: PUENTES graduate Lila Graffin
  • MOON HOTEL KABUL directed and producede by EAVE graduate Anca Damian
  • OUR STRUGGLES by Guillaume Senez, producer: EAVE graduate Isabelle Truc
  • POWER by Matyas Prikler, producer: EAVE graduate Katarina Krnacova
  • THE LAND OF NO ONE by Aran Hughes & Christina Koutsospyrou, producer: B’EST graduate Vasylis Chrysanthopoulos
  • TO LOVE by Esteban Crespo, producer: EAVE graduate Maria Zamora
  • THE STAFFROOM by Sonja Tarokic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic

Norwegian Focus

  • CHILDREN by Dag Johan Haugerud, produceR: EAVE graduate Sigve Endresen
  • ETERNAL SUMMER by Jakob Rørvik, producer: EAVE graduate Kristin Ulseth

Work in Progress Selection

  • CHRIS THE SWISS by Anja Kofmel, producers: Interchange graduate Samir and EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic 
  • DEDE by Mariam Khatchvani, producer: EAVE graduate Vladimer Katchavara
  • GAME GIRLS by Alina Skrzeszewska, producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis 
  • HOME by Fien Troch producer: EAVE graduate Antonino Lombardo 
  • ONE STEP BEHIND THE SERAPHIM by Daniel Sandu producer: EAVE graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon
  • QUIT STARING AT MY PLATE by Hana Jusic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic 
  • SON OF SOFIA by Elina Psikou producer: EAVE graduate Konstantinos Kontovrakis 
  • THE LAST THINGS by Irene Dioniso producer: EAVE graduate Carlo Cresto-Dina 

www.lesarcs-filmfest.com

Entrevues Belfort (November 22 – 30)

  • THE TREASURE by Corneliu Porumboiu, producer: EAVE graduate Marcela Ursu 

www.festival-entrevues.com

International Film Festival Tarragona (December 2 - 7)

  • NO ONE’S CHILD by Vuc Rsumovic, producer: EAVE graduate Ankica Juric Tilic 

www.festivalrec.com

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TIES THAT BIND – ASIA / EUROPE CO-PRODUCTION WORKSHOP - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The call for applications for the eight edition of TIES THAT BIND – Asia / Europe Co-Production Workshop is now open until February 8, 2016

TIES THAT BIND is the most relevant and successful training programme for developing European-Asian co-production. It is targeted at European & Asian producers with projects, 10 of which will be selected for the workshop. We also welcome applications of other European professionals interested in working with Asia (sales agents, financiers, distributors, festival programmers, co-production market representatives) or European producers without project. 5 of them will be selected to be an active part of the group.

The 15 selected participants will attend 2 workshops. Workshop 1 will take place from April 26 – 30, 2016 (TBC) within the framework of the Udine Far East Film Festival (April 22 – 30, 2016) in Italy. Workshop 2 will be organised at the end of November/early December 2016 in Singapore during the SAFF - Southeast Asian Film Financing Forum in partnership with the Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA).

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e:training | European Co-Production

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  • How to produce a successful European Co-Production
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WHAT IS e:training?

  • Detailed information and practical tips by acclaimed experts
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  • Summaries, glossary and checklists for download
  • Quizzes for testing your newly acquired knowledge
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EXPERTS AND CASE STUDIES

Learn from our acclaimed international experts and top-level producers!

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Access is granted for one person and valid on three devices for six months (e:course) | three months (e:lesson) starting from the purchase date. 
http://www.epi-medieninstitut.de/pn-ESSENTIAL-LEGAL-FRAMEWORK_seminar-329_en.html

EUROPEAN SHORT PITCH 2016

Call for Works-in-Progress – 1st edition

In collaboration with C3PM – Paris Courts Devant (Co-production Post-Production Market for European Short Films)

Application deadline – 6th of January 2016 

European Short Pitch is an initiative aimed at promoting the European coproduction of short films. It combines a scriptwriting workshop in residency and a coproduction forum bringing together scriptwriters, directors and industry professionals from all over Europe. 

Selected on the basis of the quality and the potential of their short film projects, 5 European talents will pitch and showcase their projects in front of a panel of 55 producers, financers, buyers, and distributors.

European Short Pitch aims to bring young European talents into the spotlight, give them a high-end promotion opportunity, and develop short film coproduction in Europe. This initiative is about enhanced economic viability and European visibility for short film projects. 

Coproduction Forum and Pitches of Works-in-Progress

The coproduction forum will take place from the 2nd till the 6th of March 2016 in Luxembourg as part of the Luxembourg City Film Festival in partnership with LARS. Participants will have one day to prepare and rehearse their pitches with the tutors present. The pitching, in the presence of the invited professionals, will take place on the 4th of March in the afternoon where each project will have a chance to screen the work-in-progress and to pitch the film and its specific needs. Each project will have 7 minutes (excl. screening of work-in-progress) – questions included. 

One-to-one meetings (25 minutes long) with professionals will take place the morning after. On the evening of the 4th an award ceremony will take place with two in kind post-production awards offered by Espera Productions, one for 3500€ and one for 7500€, which will be handed out by a jury headed by the representatives of the Luxembourgish post-production house, Espera Productions.  

Who can apply?

European Short Pitch is open to creative teams developing international short film projects. It is therefore open to directors and producers.

Directors developing a project on their own are very welcome to participate in the programme. Yet it is strongly advised to already have nationally a production company interested or attached to the project.

The director/producer has to be between 18 and 35 years of age on the closing date of the call (6th of January 2016).

His/her nationality or country of residence should be one of the member countries of the Creative Europe Programme (European Union + Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Iceland, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway and Turkey). European Short Pitch will also select up to 3 projects from non-member countries of the Creative Europe Programme where NISI MASA has a member organisation: Kosovo, Macedonia, Russia, Serbia and Ukraine.

The working language of European Short Pitch is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate. 

How to apply?

Before the application deadline (6th of January 2016, midnight C.E.T.), applicants have to send the following to aleksandra@nisimasa.com

TalentX: Developing the Developers

16-18 March 2016 Amsterdam

Registration is now open 

The international forum for industry professionals working to support the development and progression of feature film talent For its second edition, TalentX will bring together 30 representatives of Film Funds and Film Talent Labs from across the EU and beyond who are working to support the development and progression of feature film talent.

The 3-day programme will combine international case studies, keynotes and workshops, all focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing talent within the industry.

Other significant players in the film ecology including business executives, sales agents, distributors, exhibitors and talent agents, as well as filmmakers who have experienced different kinds of talent support and development, will be taking part as contributors and facilitators.

The delegate participation fee of 750 Euros includes full programme costs, food and accommodation. See more: creativeengland.co.uk/film/talentx

TalentX returns with a fresh programme after a successful inaugural run in 2015 - of which a full Summary Report is available for download. The event is led by Creative England and hosted in partnership with the Danish Film Institute, the Irish Film Board and Netherlands Film Fund, and with the support of the Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme of the European Union.



IDFA Bertha Fund Classic and IDFA Bertha Fund Europe

The IDFA Bertha Fund supports documentary filmmakers in and from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and parts of Eastern Europe by offering them financial contributions to develop and realize their projects.
The fund is looking for new creative documentary projects from these countries, that use strong visual treatments to tell compelling stories and have the potential to reach a global audience. Projects can be submitted within the following funding schemes:

IBF Classic: Directors or producers from a country on the DAC-list can apply with a documentary project for the following categories:

(1) Project Development (max. contribution € 5.000) 

(2) Production and post-production (max. contribution € 17.500). 

IBF Europe: Projects can be submitted for the following categories:

(1) International Co-Production (contribution € 40.000) European co-producers based in a MEDIA sub-program country can apply with a documentary project that has a director from a country on the DAC-list and is realized through international co-productions, in which at least one European and one non-European producer is involved. 

(2) NEW: Distribution for International Co-Production (contribution € 30.000).This category is designed to support innovative distribution plans for documentaries realized through international co-productions in which at least one European and one non-European producer (DAC-list)  is involved. Distribution plans should seek to reach a broad global audience. Applicant should be based in a MEDIA sub-program country and be a rights holder (producer, sales agent, distributor, o.a.) of the film.

Regulations

The deadline to submit a project for the first selection round of 2016 is February 1. There are different regulations for every category. For the regulations, the online entry form and submission FAQ please visit: https://www.idfa.nl/industry/idfa-bertha-fund.aspx.

 

HOW TO WRITE A TELEVISION SHOW SCRIPT?

Hollywood’s most renowned script doctor will teach in Berlin!
      
When: February 01 – 03, 2016 / daily from 9.30AM –6.00PM (lunch break from 1.00PM– 2.30PM) 

Where: Kino Babylon Mitte, Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 30, 10178 Berlin

Deadline for applicationsJanuary 10, 2016

For the past two years pilot films have been promoted in film industry of Berlin-Brandenburg. The Berlin Film School dffb introduced a Master Class called “serial eyes” two years ago. It enjoyed a large influx and, in addition, was supported by one of Germany’s biggest TV broadcasters. It was also two years ago, that RTL’s Claus Richter ascertained: “While public interest in the cinema is declining, television series are becoming more popular; when it comes to emotions, they have replaced the cinema by now.” A few days ago the new German TV series Deutschland ’83 made a promising start on RTL - it was written by an American.

What has been happening in the USA for many years, only now starts to be the case in Germany: television series are being promoted and supported as a sophisticated and successful genre. We are talking about a “narrative revolution”. Breaking Bad, House of Cards or Homeland are series that have made onto the feature pages of German newspapers and have been praised by film critics.

John Truby is one of the most acclaimed script consultants in the USA. In the past 25 years more than 30.000 students have attended his courses. His clients include film studios and production companies such as Disney, Universal, Sony Pictures, HBO, BBC, MTV and many more. The resulting films and scripts have all been award-winners.

Having taught a most successful first Master Class (Anatomy of Story) in Berlin this past October, John Truby now will share the secrets of good television series during three intensive days prior to the Berlinale. In addition to the analysis of American series, he will also expand on German series such as Weissensee and Deutschland ’83 and talk to the scriptwriters who will be present. 

For more information incl. the 3-day program go here: www.sweetyproductions.com.

For further questions, please contact Kathrin Kuna at kathrin@sweetyproductions.com.

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SPECIAL FOR EAVE PRODUCERS: TV SERIES MASTER CLASS with John Truby

HOW TO WRITE A TELEVISION SHOW SCRIPT?

Hollywood’s most renowned script doctor will teach in Berlin!
      
When: February 01 – 03, 2016 / daily from 9.30AM –6.00PM (lunch break from 1.00PM– 2.30PM) 

Where: Kino Babylon Mitte, Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 30, 10178 Berlin

Deadline for applications: January 10, 2016

For the past two years pilot films have been promoted in film industry of Berlin-Brandenburg. The Berlin Film School dffb introduced a Master Class called “serial eyes” two years ago. It enjoyed a large influx and, in addition, was supported by one of Germany’s biggest TV broadcasters. It was also two years ago, that RTL’s Claus Richter ascertained: “While public interest in the cinema is declining, television series are becoming more popular; when it comes to emotions, they have replaced the cinema by now.” A few days ago the new German TV series Deutschland ’83 made a promising start on RTL - it was written by an American.

What has been happening in the USA for many years, only now starts to be the case in Germany: television series are being promoted and supported as a sophisticated and successful genre. We are talking about a “narrative revolution”. Breaking Bad, House of Cards or Homeland are series that have made onto the feature pages of German newspapers and have been praised by film critics.

John Truby is one of the most acclaimed script consultants in the USA. In the past 25 years more than 30.000 students have attended his courses. His clients include film studios and production companies such as Disney, Universal, Sony Pictures, HBO, BBC, MTV and many more. The resulting films and scripts have all been award-winners.

Having taught a most successful first Master Class (Anatomy of Story) in Berlin this past October, John Truby now will share the secrets of good television series during three intensive days prior to the Berlinale. In addition to the analysis of American series, he will also expand on German series such as Weissensee and Deutschland ’83 and talk to the scriptwriters who will be present. 

His method is based on practical work and addresses:

  • Scriptwriters
  • Directors
  • Novelists
  • Dramatic advisers
  • Creative producers
  • Games developers
  • Editorial journalists
  • Copywriter
  • Actors
  • Producers
  • Journalists
  • Cineastes

 

Farid Seba, a French lawyer and lecturer in jurisprudence, based in Berlin, organizes the Master Class. He, himself of course an enthusiastic movie buff, has attended John Truby’s Master Class in Paris several times.

SPECIAL FOR EAVE PRODUCERS: A preferential fee of 395€ will be offered to EAVE producers. Please mention"EAVE" during the registration/payment process.

For more information incl. the 3-day program go here: www.sweetyproductions.com.

For further questions, please contact Kathrin Kuna at kathrin@sweetyproductions.com.

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