This workshop provides exclusive insights into the making of European co-productions as well as legal and finance in production and distribution. Participants benefit from the experience of acclaimed European producers and leading experts in the world of filmmaking and learn from the masterminds of an ever-changing world of international sales and distribution.
The training offers relevant information on the various tax incentives and state subsidy programmes and gives participants the knowledge to successfully handle the complexities of European co-productions.
|Date||November 14-18, 2018 (incl. travel days)|
|Participant fee||Excl. hotel: 890 EUR | 690 EUR (early bird)|
Incl. hotel: 1.265 EUR | 1.065 EUR (early bird)
(4 nights incl. breakfast)
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Previous case studies included
- Understand the complexities of European co-production (Bilateral treaties and European Convention on Cinematographic Co-Production)
- Learn about funding strategies and legal framework
- Understand revenue sharing and waterfall scenarios
- Get hands-on advise on a market, festivals’ and distribution strategy
- Get exclusive insights from cutting-edge case studies
- Listen to the masterminds of international sales
The training includes excellent networking opportunities - during the seminar as well as at our social evening programme.
- Benefit from acclaimed producers and leading experts from different disciplines
- Establish valuable and long-lasting business contacts with media professionals from all over Europe
Previous Experts included
What former participants say
- The seminar was a truly enriching experience in every respect. The accumulated knowledge acquired improved my understanding. Altogether highly positive in both professional and human terms.Martina Ecker, ndF: neue deutsche Filmgesellschaft mbH, Germany
- I was taught more in 3 days in this seminar than in 3 years in a film school.Tomas Hruby, Nutprodukce, Czech Republic
- The seminar was really interesting, it was good to learn and see how other production companies all over Europe (and the world) work and how co-productions are made. The case studies were good examples but also talking to the other participants gave a good idea and more insight in the world of international co-production.Hanneke Bosman, BosBros, The Netherlands
Regular participation (incl. accommodation and meals):
1st person: EUR 1.265,00 | 2nd person from same company: EUR 1.065
For residents (excl. accommodation, incl. meals):
1st person: EUR 890,00 | 2nd person from same company: EUR 690,00
For Swiss Partcipants
Regular participation for Swiss participants (including accommodation and meals):
1st person: EUR 1.000 | 2nd person from same company: EUR 750
For resident Swiss participants (excl. accommodation, incl. meals):
1st person: EUR 600 | 2nd person from same company: EUR 450
Swiss participants are kindly asked to contact Nora Weber (+49 (0) 331.721 28 82 | firstname.lastname@example.org) before they apply in order to get their personal registration code for the reduced participation fee.
Apply until October 1!
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