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EAVE April News 2018


EAVE partnership with La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut Français in Cannes

Dear EAVE Producers,

EAVE is delighted to continue for the 8th year the successful partnership with La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut Français (formerly known as La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde) in Cannes.

La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut Français is a programme helping talented young filmmakers from emerging countries succeed in the international film market. For La Fabrique 2018, 10 talented filmmakers from emerging countries and their projects in development have been selected. La Fabrique will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year in Cannes!

EAVE organizes a special networking event at La Fabrique during Cannes Film Festival, which consists of one-on-one meetings. Selected EAVE producers will be invited to meet the international delegation of project representatives from emerging countries outside Europe.

The one-to-one meetings will be organized on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 afternoon on Cinémas du Monde pavilion (n°109).

If you are interested in meeting some of the selected projects, please contact tina@eave.org by Monday, April 23 for the individual project material, and send a short motivation statement, CV and company profile.

In case of selection, the CV and company profile will be published in a small booklet produced for the event. 

The selected projects and filmmakers for La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut Français are:

SOUTH AFRICA Miles from Nowhere by Samantha Nell – Fiction, first feature film - Produced by Bongiwe Selane / Blingola Media – Coproduced by Dominique Welinski (France) 

CÔTE D’IVOIRE Night of the Kings by Philippe Lacôte – Fiction, second feature film - Produced by Ernest Kouamé / Wassakara Productions  

NIGER Zinder by Aïcha Macky – Documentary, first feature film - Produced by Ousmane Samassekou / Tabous Production - Coproduced by Clara Vuillermoz / Les Films de Balibari (France) and Erik Winker/ Corso Film (Germany)  

CHAD Dia by Achille Adoumbaye Ronaimou – Fiction, first feature film Produced by Faissol Gnonlonfin / Merveilles Production 

LATIN AMERICA 

BOLIVIA She Wolf by Kiro Russo – Fiction, second feature film produced by Kiro Russo / Socavon Cine – Coproduced by Alexa Rivero / Altamar Films (France) 

COLOMBIA The Pack by Andrés Ramirez Pulido – Fiction, first feature film - produced by Johana Agudelo Susa / Valiente Gracia 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Candela by Andrés Farias – Fiction, first feature film - Produced by Pablo Lozano / Monte y Culebra SRL – Coproduced by Louise Hentgen / Vertical (France) and Santiago de la Paz / Nomadas (Mexico) 

ASIA

THAILAND Regretfully at Dawn by Sivaroj Kongsakul – Fiction, second feature film - Produced by Pimpaka Towira / Extra Virgin 

EUROPE 

UKRAINE Seraphyma by Marysia Nikitiuk – Fiction, second feature film Produced by Igor Savychenko / Directory Films 

NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST 

IRAN Black Knight by Emad Aleebrahim Dehkordi – Fiction, first feature film - Produced by Babak Aleebrahim Dehkordi / E.A.D. Films 

Find out more about the selected projects here.

Further information on https://www.lescinemasdumonde.com/en

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Shoot the book! Days full programme - last days to apply!

Dear EAVE producers, 


You are invited to attend the Shoot the book! Days organized by the Institut français and the SCELF (Civil Society of French Language Publishers), with the support of Commission du Film Ile de France and Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image animée on Monday May 14th and Tuesday May 15th during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

Due to limited access and high demand, all events are on registration only.


Monday, May 14th

Location: Hôtel Windsor – Adosom (16 avenue Windsor, 06400 Cannes)
« Publishers/Producers » day with EAVE: films based on literary works, comics, children books are the backbone of current audiovisual productions.

During the morning producers interested in coproducing optioned or in-development projects can discuss their projects masterclass with will on European coproductions of adaptation.

A masterclass afternoon with focus on one hand on producing adaptation for Europe and on the other how to tackle the Canadian market for co-producing adaptations.

* 10 am to 1 pm: Meet rights directors from French publishing houses in order to talk about co-production projects that are already supported by French producers     

Registration before Thursday, April 19th: tina@eave.org

* 2.30 pm to 6 pm: Masterclass Publishers / Producers 
- Masterclass on European coproduction, audiovisual contracts and adaptation with Magalie Armand, Manager for bilateral relations at the CNC – Centre National du Cinéma (to be confirmed), Pierre-Emmanuel Mouthuy, lawyer and legal advisor and Frédérique Massart, head of audiovisual rights at éditions Gallimard: type of contracts? how to manage the chain of rights? what are the legal issues viewed for the producers and from the publishers?
- Coproduction and adaptation in Canada with Michel Plazanet, deputy-director of international relations at the CNC – Centre National du Cinéma (to be confirmed), Nicolas Piccato, audiovisual attaché in Canada, Michel Pradier, head of Telefilm Canada (to be confirmed): who are the players? What are the opportunities? How to coproduce audiovisual content base on book rights?

Registration before Wednesday, April 25th: shoot@institutfrancais.com


Tuesday, May 15th  

* 10.30 am to 12.30 pm: Ten publishers Shoot the book will pitch brand new content selected by an international jury.

The pitch session is followed by a cocktail.Location : the Salon des Ambassadeurs - Palais des Festivals / 1, boulevard de la croisette, 06400 Cannes
Registration before Tuesday, May 8th: https://www.scelf.fr/evenements/Shoot-the-Book-2018

* 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm: One to one meetings between publishers and producers. 

Twenty rights managers representing 35 publishing houses will attend to present rights catalog and new opportunities.

Location: the Centre National du Cinéma Pavilion, Gray d’Albion beach 
Registration before Wednesday, April 25th: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-to-one-meetings-shoot-the-book-registration-45100662295?utm_term=eventurl_text      

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Shoot the book! Days full programme - last days to apply!

Dear EAVE producers, 


You are invited to attend the Shoot the book! Days organized by the Institut français and the SCELF (Civil Society of French Language Publishers), with the support of Commission du Film Ile de France and Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image animée on Monday May 14th and Tuesday May 15th during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

Due to limited access and high demand, all events are on registration only.


Monday, May 14th

Location: Hôtel Windsor – Adosom (16 avenue Windsor, 06400 Cannes)
« Publishers/Producers » day with EAVE: films based on literary works, comics, children books are the backbone of current audiovisual productions.

During the morning producers interested in coproducing optioned or in-development projects can discuss their projects masterclass with will on European coproductions of adaptation.

A masterclass afternoon with focus on one hand on producing adaptation for Europe and on the other how to tackle the Canadian market for co-producing adaptations.

* 10 am to 1 pm: Meet rights directors from French publishing houses in order to talk about co-production projects that are already supported by French producers     

Registration before Thursday, April 19th: tina@eave.org

* 2.30 pm to 6 pm: Masterclass Publishers / Producers 
- Masterclass on European coproduction, audiovisual contracts and adaptation with Magalie Armand, Manager for bilateral relations at the CNC – Centre National du Cinéma (to be confirmed), Pierre-Emmanuel Mouthuy, lawyer and legal advisor and Frédérique Massart, head of audiovisual rights at éditions Gallimard: type of contracts? how to manage the chain of rights? what are the legal issues viewed for the producers and from the publishers?
- Coproduction and adaptation in Canada with Michel Plazanet, deputy-director of international relations at the CNC – Centre National du Cinéma (to be confirmed), Nicolas Piccato, audiovisual attaché in Canada, Michel Pradier, head of Telefilm Canada (to be confirmed): who are the players? What are the opportunities? How to coproduce audiovisual content base on book rights?

Registration before Wednesday, April 25th: shoot@institutfrancais.com


Tuesday, May 15th  

* 10.30 am to 12.30 pm: Ten publishers Shoot the book will pitch brand new content selected by an international jury.

The pitch session is followed by a cocktail.Location : the Salon des Ambassadeurs - Palais des Festivals / 1, boulevard de la croisette, 06400 Cannes
Registration before Tuesday, May 8th: https://www.scelf.fr/evenements/Shoot-the-Book-2018

* 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm: One to one meetings between publishers and producers. 

Twenty rights managers representing 35 publishing houses will attend to present rights catalog and new opportunities.

Location: the Centre National du Cinéma Pavilion, Gray d’Albion beach 
Registration before Wednesday, April 25th: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-to-one-meetings-shoot-the-book-registration-45100662295?utm_term=eventurl_text      

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Special for EAVE Producers: Networking Cocktail invitation by Bridging the Dragon

Dear EAVE producers,

Those who are attending the Beijing International Film Festival this year are invited to attend the Sino-European Networking Cocktail organized by Bridging the Dragon on the 19th of April, at 9 pm.

The place of the event is V Shine Oyster Bar, B1-11, Topwin Center, 1 Nan Sanlitun Lu, Chaoyang District, Beijing.

If you are interested, please RSVP to Nadja Schulze, event@bridgingthedragon.com.

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LAST DAYS TO APPLY! Shoot the book! Co-production meetings at the Cannes Film Festival

Dear EAVE producers,

You are invited to attend the Shoot the book! Day, organized by the Institut français and the SCELF (Civil Society of French Language Publishers), on Monday May 14th, from 10 am to 13 pm during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

Playing on the passionate romance between cinema and literature, Shoot the Book! takes an original approach to the relationship between the two industries.

The event is designed to be a unique opportunity for publishing-industry professionals to affirm the cinematographic potential of the works that they are defending. This will be a valuable opportunity for you to meet rights directors from French publishing houses in order to talk about co-production projects that are already supported by French producers:

* Tropic of violence (Tropique de la violence) based on the eponymous novel by Nathacha Appanah (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* She-wolf (La Louve) based on the eponymous novel by Paul-Henry Bizon (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* The Smuggler (Le passeur) adapted from a cartoon written in 2016 by Yves H – scenario and Hermann - drawings (Dupuis - Laurent Duvault)

* Pablo adapted from the eponymous graphic novel series created by Ouberie, Birmant and Jul (Dargaud – Laurent Duvault)

This meeting will be followed by a working lunch.

Please contact the EAVE team for detailed information regarding each project.

If you are interested in attending it, please contact tina@eave.org by April 13th at the very latest, and send a short motivation statement, CV and company profile.

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LAST DAYS TO APPLY! Shoot the book! Co-production meetings at the Cannes Film Festival

Dear EAVE producers,

You are invited to attend the Shoot the book! Day, organized by the Institut français and the SCELF (Civil Society of French Language Publishers), on Monday May 14th, from 10 am to 13 pm during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

Playing on the passionate romance between cinema and literature, Shoot the Book! takes an original approach to the relationship between the two industries.

The event is designed to be a unique opportunity for publishing-industry professionals to affirm the cinematographic potential of the works that they are defending. This will be a valuable opportunity for you to meet rights directors from French publishing houses in order to talk about co-production projects that are already supported by French producers:

* Tropic of violence (Tropique de la violence) based on the eponymous novel by Nathacha Appanah (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* She-wolf (La Louve) based on the eponymous novel by Paul-Henry Bizon (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* The Smuggler (Le passeur) adapted from a cartoon written in 2016 by Yves H – scenario and Hermann - drawings (Dupuis - Laurent Duvault)

* Pablo adapted from the eponymous graphic novel series created by Ouberie, Birmant and Jul (Dargaud – Laurent Duvault)

This meeting will be followed by a working lunch.

Please contact the EAVE team for detailed information regarding each project.

If you are interested in attending it, please contact tina@eave.org by April 13th at the very latest, and send a short motivation statement, CV and company profile.

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CATCH-UP: The Ten Commandments of the Business @EAVE+ / April 6-20

Here is your chance to catch a glimpse of the 8th edition of EAVE+ and to watch Larry Bass` brand new session "The Ten Commandments of the Business" from April 6 - April 20 on www.eave.org or the EAVE Facebook page!

EAVE+ gathers 15 producers  during 4 days to discuss their company structures, management practices and new business models together with high-profile industry experts. In immersive role-plays, group work, individual coaching and through an interdisciplinary approach, the EAVE+ workshop tackles the business side of running a film company.

Our guest expert, Larry Bass is the CEO of ShinAwiL*, one of the largest and most successful independent production companies in Ireland. His session entitled "The Ten Commandments of Business" gives 10 key insights on how to successfully run a business.

Don`t miss to watch the lecture online!

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*ShinAwiL is the production powerhouse behind some of Ireland’s biggest entertainment series’ including The Apprentice, Dragons’ Den, MasterChef Ireland and most recently The Voice of Ireland. The latest development is the move into original Drama production to mirror Screentime in Australia’s massive success in Drama. As well as dominating the Irish market by producing large-scale international formats, ShinAwiL has also created original formats. “Soccastars” was licensed in Portugal, Turkey, Malaysia and 7 Middle Eastern States while “Rising Stars” has been licensed to 8 countries in the Caribbean Basin.

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Special for EAVE Producers: Shoot the book! Co-production meetings at the Cannes Film Festival

Dear EAVE producers,

You are invited to attend the Shoot the book! Day, organized by the Institut français and the SCELF (Civil Society of French Language Publishers), on Monday May 14th, from 10 am to 13 pm during the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. 

Playing on the passionate romance between cinema and literature, Shoot the Book! takes an original approach to the relationship between the two industries. The event is designed to be a unique opportunity for publishing-industry professionals to affirm the cinematographic potential of the works that they are defending.This will be a valuable opportunity for you to meet rights directors from French publishing houses in order to talk about co-production projects that are already supported by French producers:

* Tropic of violence (Tropique de la violence) based on the eponymous novel by Nathacha Appanah (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* She-wolf (La Louve) based on the eponymous novel by Paul-Henry Bizon (Gallimard - Frédérique Massart)

* The Smuggler (Le passeur) adapted from a cartoon written in 2016 by Yves H – scenario and Hermann - drawings (Dupuis - Laurent Duvault)

* Pablo adapted from the eponymous graphic novel series created by Ouberie, Birmant and Jul (Dargaud – Laurent Duvault)

This meeting will be followed by a working lunch.

Please contact the EAVE team for detailed information regarding each project.

If you are interested in attending it, please contact tina@eave.org by April 13th at the very latest, and send a short motivation statement, CV and company profile.

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TIES THAT BIND celebrates 10th anniversary!

We are proud to announce that the TIES THAT BIND Asia - Europe Co-Production Workshop celebrates its 10th edition this year!

TIES THAT BIND has become the reference for developing European-Asian co-productions. In the past 10 years the Ties That Bind graduates have regularly achieved success at leading world and European festivals and in international distribution.

To name some of the most recent examples:

  • THE SEEN AND UNSEEN by Kamila Andini premiered in TIFF’s Platform section 2017 and won Grand Prize of the Generation 14plus International Jury at Berlinale 2018; world sales: Cercamon
  • BITTER FLOWERS by Olivier Meys had its international premiere in Fast Forward section of the Busan International Film Festival 2017; international sales: Loco Films & Asia-Pacific sales: Beijing Culture
  • A YELLOW BIRD by K. Rajagopal premiered in Semaine de la Critique Cannes 2016; world sales: Alpha Violet
  • DOG DAYS by Jordan Schiele had its premiere in Panorama section of the Berlinale 2016; world sales: Bravos Pictures
  • INTERCHANGE by Dain Iskandar Said was screened on Piazza Grande of Festival del Film Locarno 2016; international sales: Reel Suspects & North America sales XYZ Films 
  • BIG FATHER, SMALL FATHER AND OTHER STORIES by Di Phan Dang premiered in Berlinale Competition 2015; world sales: Urban Distribution International
  • CHI MR. ZHANG BELIEVES by Jiongjiong Qiu had it world premiere in Signs of Live section of the Festival del Film Locarno 2015; world sales: All Ways Pictures
  • FLAPPING IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE by Hoang Diep Nguyen won Best Film at Venice Critics’ Week in 2014; world sales: Premium Films.

The first Ties That Bind workshop will take place in Udine (Italy) from April 24 – 28, 2018 within the framework of the Udine Far East Film Festival (April 20 - 28, 2018). The second Ties That Bind workshop will be organized in Singapore in November 2018 (TBA) during the Southeast Asian Film Financing Forum (SAFF), an exciting platform that brings together the best feature-length film concepts, together with the top filmmakers and producers from Southeast Asia and Europe, to meet with international coproducing partners, festival programmers, distributors, commissioners, and financiers.

TIES THAT BIND is organised by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Audiovisual Fund, EAVE, Udine Far East Film Festival and Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA), and supported by the Creative Europe - MEDIA sub-programme of the European Union, Silver Media Group and Aurora Global Media Capital.

The following 10 producers with feature films in development have been selected to participate in TTB together with 5 additional European professionals wanting to extend their knowledge and network towards Asia:

Bulgaria

  • Vesela Kazakova, Activist 38

Vesela Kazakova set up a production company Activist38 with Mina Mileva in 2008. The duo created a strong wave of political activism in Bulgaria with two internationally acclaimed feature documentaries Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service and The Beast is still Alive.

Finland

  • Mark Lwoff, Bufo

Project: Memory of Water by Saara Saarela

Memory of Water takes place in Lapland, withered by ecological disasters and wars, Noria, a young woman finds courage to expose a deadly secret heavily guarded by the ruling Eastern military government.

France

  • Jordane Oudin, Hippocampe Productions

Project: Riddle by Zhou Hao

Riddle is a story of Wang Cheng, a writer trying to get his next novel published. When he learns that his honest work must be “improved” according to censorship standards, what decision will he take?

Greece

  • Konstantinos Vassilaros, StudioBauhaus

Project: Holy Emy by Araceli Lemos

Holy Emy is the coming of age story of a flawed holy being within the Filipino community of Piraeus in Greece.

Indonesia

  • Yulia Evina Bhara, KawanKawan Media 

Project: Autobiography by Makbul Mubarak

Autobiography tells a story of a young actor who tries to find solace from guilt after participating in a murder ordered by his military employer. He is about to realize that the only one who would help is his victim’s family.

Italy

  • Iole Maria Giannatasio, MiBACT

Iole Maria Giannattasio is the coordinator of the research unit of the DG Cinema of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism MiBACT.

Japan

  • Eiko Mizuno-Gray, Loaded Films

Project: Where Wolves Fear to Prey by Jason Gray

Where Wolves Fear to Prey is a story of the younger brother of a British girl brutally murdered by an infamous cannibal killer who travels to Japan to take revenge when he grows up.

Myanmar

  • Ma Aeint, Electronic Pictures 

Project: The Other Side of the River by Maung Maung San

In The Other Side of the River a girl is embarking on an emotional journey when she searches for her missing uncle on the border between Thailand and Myanmar, where the world’s longest running civil war takes place. 

Philippines

  • Monster Jimenez, Arkeo Films

Project: Return of the Owl by Martika Ramirez Escobar

In Return of the Owl fiction and reality is blurred when Leonor Reyes, a once popular action film writer during the 80’s, falls into an irreversible coma that transports her into the world of her last, unfinished action film script.

Switzerland

  • Sarah Schiesser, Locarno Festival

Sarah Schiesser is the coordinator of the Open Doors section of the Locarno Festival since 2016. Since 2018, Sarah is also the Manager of Locarno Pro, a newly created label reuniting all activities and services dedicated to film industry professionals in Locarno and beyond.

Taiwan

  • Zi-Ning Chiou, Fennec Pictures

Project: 23.5°N by Zi-Ning Chiou

23.5°N is a story about an unusual friendship between Dzawal, a Tao aboriginal young man, and Julio, a Filipino migrant worker on the run, which leads them into a journey of returning to their own roots.

The Netherlands

  • Inke Van Loocke, International Film Festival Rotterdam

Inke Van Loocke started working for the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2011 at CineMart, the co-production market of IFFR. From 2015 onwards, she manages CineMart, Rotterdam Lab and various other IFFR PRO related initiatives.

Ukraine

  • Anna Skrypka, Waverly Pictures

Project: Mango Avenue by Don Gerardo Frasco

Mango Avenue is a story of a single mom in her final college year who wants everything for her daughter, but her years of moonlighting as a call girl makes this desire for a decent life harder than it may seem.

United Kingdom

  • Weerada Sucharitkul, FilmDoo

Weerada Sucharitkul is the Thai-British cofounder of FilmDoo, a global media company helping people to discover and watch great films from around the world.

  • Anna von Dziembowska, Victoria Films

Project: Far Frontiers by Maxim Dashkin

Far Frontiers take place in Russian military base in Kyrgyzstan. Maria, a wife of a deputy commander begins a relationship with another officer, but their affair quickly spirals out of control.

For more information please contact:

EAVE - Tanika Sajatovic, International Coordinator: tanika@eave.org

FVG Audiovisual Fund – Alessandro Gropplero, International Relations: alessandro@audiovisivofvg.it

www.eave.orgwww.tiesthatbind.eu

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How to run sustainable film companies: EAVE+ is back!

The 8th edition of EAVE+, takes place from April 4-8, 2018 at the hotel Légère Premium in Luxembourg.

15 experienced producers from 11 countries and 6 seasoned industry professionals will gather for 4 days to discuss the structure of their companies, useful best management practices and alternate business models.  Find the full list of participants at the end of the press release.

«EAVE+ is THE workshop for you when you feel that your production company needs an upgrade.»

Francine Lusser / Tipi’mages Productions, Switzerland

During immersive role-playgroup work, one-to-one meetings and through an interdisciplinary approach, the EAVE+ workshop will tackle the business requirements of running an effective film company.

Top-notch business and management coaches will explore topics ranging from cash management tools, leadership skills, long term company strategies, negotiations with financiers and partners, distribution models and revenue streams, to raising corporate financing from private investors.

CEO of one of the largest independent production companies in Ireland, ShinAwiL Larry Bass (Ireland/UK) will share his experience in business development and address the « ten commandments » how to successfully run a business ».

EAVE Finance Expert Linda Beath (Ideal Filmworks, IT) and Marc Bordure (FR), General and Financial Manager of the French production company AGAT FILMS & Cie / Ex Nihilo, will explore the topic of how to develop an efficient slate of projects. Marc Bordure will also tackle questions related to company structure and cash management tools.

Management coach Michael Comyn (Fearless Organization, IE) will work with the producers on team leadership and management skills.

Questions related to strategic and operational decision making will be addressed by  Johan Sundberg by engaging the participants in hands-on simulation role play based on the series IMPACT tool.

EAVE+ Head of Studies Jani Thiltges (Samsa Film, LU), will lead discussions following each topic.

Additionally, participants will be able to go into more detail into the topics which are most urgent and most important to them and to their companies, during one-to-one meetings with the EAVE+ team and with each other.

Some comments from previous editions:

« It is a fantastic opportunity to gain some perspective on your business. I learnt to be more strategic and less reactive. » 

Elias Ribeiro / Urucu Media, South Africa

« EAVE+ is the right place to take a step back, breathe and find your focus back. This is essential to manage your company and creativity. »

Peter De Maegd / Potemkino, Belgium 

The selected participants for the 8th edition of EAVE+ are:

  • Enrica Capra, GraffitiDoc srl, Italy
  • Pandora Da Cunha Telles, Ukbar Filmes, Portugal
  • Kestutis Drazdauskas, ARTBOX, Lithuania
  • Félize Frappier, Max Films Media Inc, Canada
  • Gints Grube, Mistrus Media, Latvia
  • Venla Hellstedt, Tuffi Films, Finland
  • Gema Juarez Allen, Gema Films SRL, Argentina
  • Yanick Létourneau, Péripheria, Canada
  • Tamsin Lyons, Ink and Light, Finland
  • Floor Onrust, Family Affair Films, The Netherlands
  • Xavier Rombaut, Bulletproof Cupid bvba, Belgium
  • Konstantina Stavrianou, Graal s.a., Greece
  • Annemiek Van der Hell, Windmill Film, The Netherlands
  • Raymond Van der Kaaij, Revolver Amsterdam BV, The Netherlands
  • Mikael Windelin, Minerva Film Rights / Windelin Consulting, Denmark

EAVE+ is organised once a year in Luxembourg with different keynote speakers and it curates the most urgent, contemporary topics for each session according to industry needs. 

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

More information on: http://eave.org 

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Donate to the EAVE Alan Fountain International Scholarship Fund

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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