Chile 2014

CHILE Film Industry Development Program “Training and Networks 2014” features two workshops with renowned Experts from Europe and the US in collaboration with EAVE

W1: August 29 to September 5, Viña del Mar, CHILE
W2: November 23 to November 26, Viña del Mar, CHILE

EAVE ON DEMAND in Chile – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Chilean professionals

CHILE Film Industry Development Program “Training and Networks 2014” features two workshops with renowned Experts from Europe and the US in collaboration with EAVE.

In collaboration with Europe’s leading producer training EAVE, the Training&Networks Program opens the Call for applications to participate in the Program’s new edition.

Training and Networks is part of the Industry of Viña del Mar´s International Film Festival. The program seeks to encourage the development of audiovisual contents under a business dynamic in the Chilean industry. For this purpose, 2 workshops will be organized with renowned industry experts from the European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs Workshop (EAVE) Program and from the United States.

Viña del Mar, CHILE, May 2014. The Application form to participate in the Training and Networks Program is now available on the FICVIÑA´s

This year, the program will select 10 audiovisual projects with their respective creative team members (directors, producers and scriptwriters) to participate in this year’s course.

The program will consist of two workshops: 

Workshop 1 will take place from the 29th August to 5th of September. At this opportunity, top notch US producers and financers will hold several Master Classes, Workshops and Consultancies. Among the experts are Vinay Singh from the NY distribution and financing agency “Cinetic Media” (“Little Miss Sunshine”) and David Hinojosa from the independent production company “Killer Films” (“Boys don’t cry”).

Workshop 2 will be held from the 23rd to 26th of November. Experts from the EAVE Program will work on the script development, production aspects, marketing and sales strategies of the selected projects. EAVE is Europe’s leading producer training program with a network of over 1,300 professionals. Over the last six years, EAVE has expanded its training opportunities beyond the borders of Europe: with new partnerships in Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, the former Soviet states and Asia, EAVE is opening new windows of cooperation at a global scale.

The applications will be open until June 15th for professionals with fictional and documentary projects aimed for cinema in development stage. The regulations are available on

The project online submissions should be sent to the following email address:

“Training and Networks” is a training platform for the national audiovisual industry realized by the Viña del Mar’s Cultural Corporation and Viña del Mar’s International Film Festival. The program is co-financed by Corfo, the National Council for Culture and Arts and ProChile. 

The main objective is to promote skills and competences of producers, directors and scriptwriters in order to improve their audiovisual project’s artistic contents and business dynamics. The intention is to link the participants with national and international organizations for financing and distribution and to develop potential alliances and co-productions.

Page last updated 12 January 2015

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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 in 2016. 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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