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SHIFT Film Festival 2019

Celebrate the shifts in filmmaking.

Watch quality films by new filmmakers, attend special networking events, film labs, masterclasses and much more! Make a shift to your filmmaking skills!

Startdatum

13 september 2019
om 10:00


Einddatum

15 september 2019
om 23:00

Locatie

ECI 13
6041MA Roermond

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SHIFT Film Festival 2019

SHIFT Film Festival is an annual film festival which focuses on new filmmakers, shifts in addressed topics, filmmaking, culture and society. What we perceive is our reality. Filmmakers tend to limit themselves as what they see becomes their truth. Perceptions are determined by what we value, experience, need or lack. They are determined by whether we are informed or misinformed. Shift is what is needed to change our perspective. And this is what SHIFT Film Festival is about. Be free, be different, do not be afraid, be in charge of your own life and make shifts to the world!

The central theme of SHIFT Film Festival 2019 is Shifting Boundaries.

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"Great networking opportunities, valuable workshops and training options all at one location."

Remy Kooi

Program & Tickets

You can find the program of the festival via the button below. Tickets for the industry events (such as coaching, masterclasses and lectures) can only be bought beforehand online. Tickets for the films can be bought via our partner ECI Roermond.

SHIFT Film Festival Program 2019

13 september 10:00 Lecture | Producer - Budgeting and Financing

Making a film does not only require a creative idea but unfortunately also the necessary cash to realise this idea. In this lecture, Harro van Staverden will explain the best ways to create detailed budgets and financial plans so that nothing will stand in the way to realise your project.

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13 september 10:00 Lecture | Script - Outline for a Feature Film

Before writing the actual script you have to know where you are going with your idea. You have to write an outline. Writing an outline for a feature film is especially challenging as many different scenes have to be woven together in order to create the overall picture of your film. During this lecture Moniek Kramer will explain how the understanding of your characters and their obstacles is essential in writing a useful outline.

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13 september 11:30 Lecture | Strategies to Financing in the Development Stage

This lecture focuses on the struggles that filmmakers can face in the development stage of their film projects. Based on case studies of his own work the guest coach Hans de Wolf will talk about different strategies to financing in the development stage of a film project.

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13 september 13:00 Networking Lunch

Have a snack and refreshing drink while talking to the coaches, other filmmakers and participants of the masterclasses.

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13 september 14:00 Lecture | Writing Scenes & Dialogues

How to write a dialogue that naturally moves the plot forward without being too ‘on the nose’? How do the characters behave in the scene? How is the dialogue unfolding and where does it lead the story? During this lecture coach Moniek Kramer will give advice on how to write natural, and meaningful dialogues that are essential for a scene.

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13 september 14:00 Coaching | Limburg Film Fund Application Check

Would you like to get feedback for your application form and project plan before submitting to the Limburg Film Fund? Send your project for the personal coaching no later than August 30th via our contact form.

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13 september 16:45 FilmLab Zuid | Project Meetings

During the Project Meetings the Script and Producers Lab participants meet up in small groups in order to discuss the film projects they have been working on the last months.

This is a closed event.

13 september 20:00 Film | Take Me Somewhere Nice

A highly acclaimed film by Ena Sendijarevic. A drowsy village somewhere in Bosnia. Emir and Denis are best friends. Denis wants to leave, Emir wants to stay. Emir's Dutch niece Alma is coming to stay for one summer. Amidst lethargic tourists and corrupt politicians, the three are growing further together. But a farewell is inevitable.

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Note: This screening will be in Dutch.

14 september 10:00 Lecture | Co-Financing & Peculiarities of Different Funds

The guest coach Hanneke Bosman will talk about the peculiarities and conditions of submission to funds in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium and what to pay attention to when co-financing the film in different countries.

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14 september 10:00 Shorts Lab | Pitch Training

Participants of the Pitch Contest can follow an extra pitch training in which they will learn how to pitch a project and a strategy, what to pay special attention to as well as discuss possible mistakes and respective solutions.

Please note: Only one filmmaker per project can attend the training.

You can join the Pitch Training as well if you are not selected for the Pitch Contest. Buy your tickets here or via the introduction field at the top of this page.

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14 september 10:00 Writers Room | Script Lab (feature films)

During the Writers Room group session, together with mentor Moniek Kramer the participants of Script Lab will discuss their outline that they have been working in August and prepare for the scene-by-scene breakdown.

This is a closed session.

14 september 10:00 Writers Room | Documentary

Every year CineSud organizes the Writers Room - Documentary. Up to six participants are given the opportunity to bring their script and project plan to a higher level in intensive group coachings led by an industry professional. Together, difficulties and challenges are discussed and solutions are sought. By doing this in groups, the participants learn from each other and each others' challenges and they also learn to work analytically and purposefully.

In the first session you will be led by coach Nathalie Crum to work in groups to raise your script and film plan to a higher level. After the first Writers Room you have a month to continue working on your plan. In October and November a second and third session will be held.

You can apply for the Writers Room - Documentary here (deadline: August 27).

Please note: Only one filmaker per project can attend the coaching.

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14 september 10:00 Writers Room | Fiction

Every year CineSud organizes the Writers Room - Fiction. Up to six participants are given the opportunity to bring their script and project plan to a higher level in intensive group coachings led by an industry professional. Together, difficulties and challenges are discussed and solutions are sought. By doing this in groups, the participants learn from each other and each others' challenges and they also learn to work analytically and purposefully.

In the first session you will be led by a coach to work in groups to raise your script and film plan to a higher level. After the first Writers Room you have a month to continue working on your plan. In October and November a second and third session will be held. The coach will be Ibo Karatay.

You can apply for the Writers Room - Short films here (deadline: August 15).

Please note: Only one filmaker per project can attend the coaching.

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14 september 11:30 Workshop | Submitting to Limburg Film Fund

During this group session Limburg Film Commissioner Guido Franken will look at case-study projects of producers who will be submitting to Limburg Film Fund in September 2019 and talk about the most important points in the application.

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14 september 13:00 Networking Lunch

Have a snack and refreshing drink while talking to the coaches, other filmmakers and participants of the masterclasses.

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14 september 14:00 Pitch Contest

This year the Pitch Contest will be intertwined with the Producers Lab. Four filmmakers will pitch their projects to win €2.000 and the participants of the Producers Lab together with their coaches will discuss the projects and pitches and choose the winner!

Jury: Hanneke Bosman, Guido Franken, Michael van den Eynde, Ruggero de Virgiliis, Yorn Heijnen, Sem Wigman and Charlotte Driessen.

Want to pitch? Click here to submit your project (deadline: August 21).

14 september 14:45 Pitch Winner Deliberation & Project Discussion

After the Pitch Contest the participants of the Producers Lab together with their coaches will discuss the projects and pitches and choose the winner based on the submitted projects, budget and quality of the pitch.

Jury: Hanneke Bosman, Guido Franken, Michael van den Eynde, Ruggero de Virgiliis, Yorn Heijnen, Sem Wigman and Charlotte Driessen.

Want to pitch? Click here to submit your project (deadline: August 21).

14 september 14:00 Film | Short Film Competition 1

The opening of the Short Film Competition. Don't miss the screening of the first six selected short films including Q&A's with filmmakers.

The selected films:

1. Visit (Stijn Bouma, 2018, the Netherlands, 12 min)

On a stormy day widow Thea is visited by her son Willem in her big home located in the distant countryside. She convincingly rejects his idea to move somewhere else. When Willem leaves and Thea turns off the malfunctioning radio whilst even the cat seems to be asleep, she turns out to be lonelier than we thought.

2. Who Are You? (Tanya Yakovlev, 2019, Israel, 7 min)

When a daughter visits her sick mother, who suffers from memory loss, she finds herself reliving a childhood trauma.

3. Bellmouth (Joe Roberts, 2018, United Kingdom, 16 min)

Amy is taken on a camping holiday for her 15th Birthday by her Dad. The carefree days with her little brother soon give way to uncertain weeks. The shifting sands of the parent-child relationship reveals an uncertain foundation leaving Amy with a decision to make that’s best for her and her little brother.

4. Samoeraai (Sven Peetoom, 2019, the Netherlands, 9 min)

Young Ivan lives in Rotterdam with his eccentric single mother. When he receives a samurai sword one day, all his hopes and dreams become reality. Reality, however, proves to be more threatening than he could ever have imagined.

5. Mum (Mariam Al Awadhi, 2018, United Arab Emirates, 9 min)

After 15 years of averting the source of her anxiety, Mariam at last walks the journey of voicing her avoided emotions regarding her non Emirati mother, and the uneasiness she felt about her mixed background in the Emirati society.

6. MEDIUM RARE (Luca Cioci, 2018, United States, 5 min)

Analysing human interaction with objects and their functional and aesthetic values in recurrent, yet questionable domestic scenarios.

Tickets for film screenings can only be bought via Filmhuis ECI. Buy your ticket(s) here.

14 september 15:45 Film | Short Film Competition 2

Also the second half of the Short Film Competition is not short of inspiring films. Don't miss your chance to watch the films and learn from the filmmakers about their production.

The selected films:

1. Terminus (Jan Pool, 2019, the Netherlands, 14 min)

Two people, a boy and a girl on a train. They don't know each other. Both on their way to tie up loose ends. Is there a place they are running to or is it something that they're running from? After they meet, their lives will never be the same again.

2. SHAPES (Fariba Buchheim, 2018, Germany, 11 min)

Our back shows strength - it is the largest part of our body and is irreplaceable. In SHAPES, a "different back" is portrayed - a back that shows scars, curves and deformations. It is an experimental portrait about a part of our body, that is mostly well hidden behind layers of clothes.

3. Evaluation (Eyal Tzadik & Yotam Kislev, 2018, Israel, 15 min)

Irit, a welfare officer, visits the home of Sasha and Nitzan in order to evaluate Sasha's mental condition. He doesn't seem willing to cooperate, trying to share an important truth with her that she seems to ignore.

4. Line Of Duty (Mayank Malhotra, 2018, India, 13 min)

A young recruit of the Indian army posted at a remote bunker is asked to forego his principals of humanity against the rigid border regulations. With a natural calamity at hand are all regulations applicable? Inspired by true events.

5. Smack Edd (Greg Hall, 2018, United Kingdom, 7 min)

Heroin addict Edd unexpectedly turns up to his son Patrick’s eighth birthday celebration. Mum Fran and her new partner Mark must do everything to make sure he doesn’t ruin the party. A social realist slice-of-life that looks at the consequences of addiction through the relationships of a dysfunctional family.

6. Sacrifice (Huixin Huang, 2019, China, 4 min)

In an arid land, a girl is selected to be sacrificed to the god of nature. The god chooses to spare her life and she decides to follow him. She then finds the true meaning of sacrifice.

Tickets for film screenings can only be bought via Filmhuis ECI. Buy your ticket(s) here.

14 september 17:45 Film | Made in Limburg & Award Show

Limburg has so much to offer. This screening shows some recent short films made in Limburg. After the screening it is getting exciting as it is time for the official award ceremony.

The following films will be screened:

1. Alma (Kevin Kessels, 2018, the Netherlands, 20 min)

A neglected girl is about to leave her parents behind, but before her departure, she decides to pay one last visit to her mother in hospital.

2. When Birds Fly Low (Luca Meisters, 2019, the Netherlands, 15 min)

An eleven-year-old, named Elf, lives in a house alongside the water with her mother and little brother. While her mother hides away upstairs, Elf takes care of her little brother. Slowly, as Elf wanders through her mind, an urge to see her father grows stronger day by day.

3. Feniks (Laurens Zautsen, 2019, the Netherlands, 21 min)

An extravagant fashion student tries to change the life of his manic-depressed mother by reliving her past as a regional carnival-singer.

4. The Red Popessa (Koen Verheijden, 2019, the Netherlands, 10 min)

A historical drama about a revolutionary woman that wanted to create a powerful, socialistic leader.

5. Screenplay (Willem Kagenaar, 2019, the Netherlands, 9 min)

A writer who struggles with his current relationship. His desires can't be satisfied and he searches for answers while he is trying to write his next screenplay. After a while he realizes that the character he spends so much time with might be closer to his heart than he thought.

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14 september 20:15 Film | The Best of Dorien B.

The Best of Dorien B. highlights how a series of unfortunate events can result in an epiphany and precipitate the midlife crisis that many of us go through. A sensitive and funny portrait of a woman, the film follows a journey of rebellion and the late but necessary emancipation of a thirty-something-year-old looking back on her life. Kim Snauwaert, the actress who plays the protagonist, brings Dorien to life, who is as spontaneous as she is determined.

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Note: This screening will be in Dutch.

15 september 10:00 Workshop | Scene & Dialogue Improvisation with Actors

During this group workshop the Script Lab participants will work with the scenes of the first draft of their scripts (one hour per project) together with coach Jolein Laarman and the invited actors. During improvisations (acting out scenes) the participants will try to find out which improvisations can bring the script further: what works, what doesn’t work? How can we refine the dialogues and scenes?

You can also attend this workshop as a listener if you are not a participant of the Script Lab.
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15 september 09:30 Lecture | Talking Legal - Legal Issues

During the lecture Talking Legal - Legal Issues guest coach Tessel Peijnenburg will talk about writing contracts, making arrangements with cast and crew and other film related legal issues.

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15 september 11:30 Lecture | Producers - Effective Working Environment

Teamwork is one of the key elements of producing a successful feature film. Working with cast and crew can seem easy at first, however, during the production, various issues can appear that can harm a productive work. The guest coach Dries Phlypo will give the lecture and answer the question: how to ensure effective working environment and create a long-term relationship with your crew and cast?

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15 september 14:00 Masterclass | Producing & Executive Producing

The guest coach Dries Phlypo will talk about (co)producing based on a recent project. Come and learn producing from his experience and the difference between producing and executive producing.

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15 september 16:00 Film | Ballon

The summer of 1979. Families Strelzyk and Wetzel want to escape Eastern Germany and delve into the freedom of the West. The two families have forged a daring plan: in a self-constructed hot air balloon, they want to fly across the border at night.

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Note: This screening will be in Dutch.

15 september 16:15 Film | Working Woman

With her husband's restaurant business in jeopardy, a mother of three gets a job as the assistant to a powerful realtor and must fight back against his sexual harassment.

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Note: This screening will be in Dutch.

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Film selection

Read more on the selected films and get teased by trailers, snippets and stills!

SHIFT Film Festival 2019 | Official Competition

Short films that will compete for the Best Film and Audience Award

Bellmouth

Joe Roberts | Fiction | United Kingdom | 16'21" | 2018

Amy is taken on a camping holiday for her 15th birthday by her Dad. The carefree days with her little brother soon give way to uncertain weeks. The shifting sands of the parent-child relationship reveals an uncertain foundation leaving Amy with a decision to make that’s best for her and her little brother.

Evaluation

Eyal Tzadik, Yotam Kislev | Fiction | Israel | 14'35" | 2018

Irit, a welfare officer, visits the home of Sasha and Nitzan in order to evaluate Sasha's mental condition. He doesn't seem willing to cooperate, trying to share with her an important truth she seems to ignore.

Line of Duty

Mayank Malhotra | Fiction | India | 12'44" | 2018

A young recruit of the Indian army posted at a remote bunker is asked to forego his principals of humanity against the rigid border regulations. With a natural calamity at hand, are all regulations applicable? Inspired by true events.

Medium Rare

Luca Cioci | Animation | USA | 04'35" | 2018

Functional and aesthetic values in recurrent, yet questionable domestic scenarios.

Mum

Mariam Al Awadhi | Documentary | United Arab Emirates | 09'29" | 2018

After 15 years of averting the source of her anxiety, Mariam at last walks the journey of voicing her avoided emotions regarding her non Emirati mother and the uneasiness she felt about her mixed background in the Emirati society.

Sacrifice

Huixin Huang | Animation | China | 04'10" | 2019

In an arid land, a girl is selected to be sacrificed to the god of nature. The god chooses to spare her life and she decides to follow him. She then finds the true meaning of sacrifice.

Samoeraai

Sven Peetoom | Fiction | Netherlands | 09'18" | 2019

The young Ivan lives with his eccentric single mother in Rotterdam. When he receives a samurai sword one day, all his hopes and dreams become reality. Reality, however, proves to be more threatening than he could ever have imagined.

Shapes

Fariba Buchheim | Documentary | Germany | 10'42" | 2018

When talking about backs, we often look at beauty ideals. Our back shows strength - it is the largest part of our body and is irreplaceable. Our spine gives us an upright posture. SHAPES portray a "different back". A back that is scarred by scars, curves and deformation. It is an experimental portrait about a part of our body, that is mostly well hidden behind layers of clothes.

Smack Edd

Greg Hall | Fiction | United Kingdom | 06'59" | 2018

Heroin addict Edd unexpectedly turns up to his son Patrick’s eighth birthday celebration, Mum Fran and her new partner Mark must do everything to make sure he doesn’t ruin the party. A social realist slice-of-life that looks at the consequences of addiction through the relationships of a dysfunctional family.

Terminus

Jan Pool | Fiction | Netherlands | 14'00" | 2019

Two people, a boy and a girl on a train. They don't know each other. Both on their way to tie up loose ends. Is there a place they are running to or is it something that they're running from? After they meet their lives will never be the same again.

Visit

Stijn Bouma | Fiction | Netherlands | 12'16" | 2019

On a stormy day widow Thea is visited by her son Willem in her big home located in the distant countryside. She convincingly rejects his idea to move somewhere else. When Willem leaves and Thea turns off the malfunctioning radio whilst even the cat seems to be asleep, she turns out to be lonelier than we thought.

Who Are You

Tanya Yakovlev | Fiction | Israel | 06'55" | 2019

When a daughter visits her sick mother, who suffers from memory loss, she finds herself reliving a childhood trauma.

SHIFT Film Festival 2019 | Made in Limburg

Special screening of films made in Limburg or by Limburgian filmmakers

Bellmouth

Joe Roberts | Fiction | United Kingdom | 16'21" | 2018

Amy is taken on a camping holiday for her 15th birthday by her Dad. The carefree days with her little brother soon give way to uncertain weeks. The shifting sands of the parent-child relationship reveals an uncertain foundation leaving Amy with a decision to make that’s best for her and her little brother.

Evaluation

Eyal Tzadik, Yotam Kislev | Fiction | Israel | 14'35" | 2018

Irit, a welfare officer, visits the home of Sasha and Nitzan in order to evaluate Sasha's mental condition. He doesn't seem willing to cooperate, trying to share with her an important truth she seems to ignore.

Line of Duty

Mayank Malhotra | Fiction | India | 12'44" | 2018

A young recruit of the Indian army posted at a remote bunker is asked to forego his principals of humanity against the rigid border regulations. With a natural calamity at hand, are all regulations applicable? Inspired by true events.

Medium Rare

Luca Cioci | Animation | USA | 04'35" | 2018

Functional and aesthetic values in recurrent, yet questionable domestic scenarios.

Mum

Mariam Al Awadhi | Documentary | United Arab Emirates | 09'29" | 2018

After 15 years of averting the source of her anxiety, Mariam at last walks the journey of voicing her avoided emotions regarding her non Emirati mother and the uneasiness she felt about her mixed background in the Emirati society.

Sacrifice

Huixin Huang | Animation | China | 04'10" | 2019

In an arid land, a girl is selected to be sacrificed to the god of nature. The god chooses to spare her life and she decides to follow him. She then finds the true meaning of sacrifice.

Samoeraai

Sven Peetoom | Fiction | Netherlands | 09'18" | 2019

The young Ivan lives with his eccentric single mother in Rotterdam. When he receives a samurai sword one day, all his hopes and dreams become reality. Reality, however, proves to be more threatening than he could ever have imagined.

Shapes

Fariba Buchheim | Documentary | Germany | 10'42" | 2018

When talking about backs, we often look at beauty ideals. Our back shows strength - it is the largest part of our body and is irreplaceable. Our spine gives us an upright posture. SHAPES portray a "different back". A back that is scarred by scars, curves and deformation. It is an experimental portrait about a part of our body, that is mostly well hidden behind layers of clothes.

Smack Edd

Greg Hall | Fiction | United Kingdom | 06'59" | 2018

Heroin addict Edd unexpectedly turns up to his son Patrick’s eighth birthday celebration, Mum Fran and her new partner Mark must do everything to make sure he doesn’t ruin the party. A social realist slice-of-life that looks at the consequences of addiction through the relationships of a dysfunctional family.

Terminus

Jan Pool | Fiction | Netherlands | 14'00" | 2019

Two people, a boy and a girl on a train. They don't know each other. Both on their way to tie up loose ends. Is there a place they are running to or is it something that they're running from? After they meet their lives will never be the same again.

Visit

Stijn Bouma | Fiction | Netherlands | 12'16" | 2019

On a stormy day widow Thea is visited by her son Willem in her big home located in the distant countryside. She convincingly rejects his idea to move somewhere else. When Willem leaves and Thea turns off the malfunctioning radio whilst even the cat seems to be asleep, she turns out to be lonelier than we thought.

Who Are You

Tanya Yakovlev | Fiction | Israel | 06'55" | 2019

When a daughter visits her sick mother, who suffers from memory loss, she finds herself reliving a childhood trauma.

For everyone: filmmakers and the audience

Whether you are general audience, a new filmmaker or a professional one, SHIFT Film Festival offers a dynamic and high quality festival experience, with films from all over the world, inspiring workshops, lectures and more. Moreover, SHIFT gives a podium to upcoming talents by inviting filmmakers to the festival, organizing special networking events, meet & greets and workshops, so that they can make shifts in their way of filmmaking, expand their network, collaborate with each other, talk with the audience and create new projects. We are constantly seeking for productions and professionals that set changes in the world. Be the one to shift your boundaries!

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Over de gastspreker: Dries Phlypo

Dries Phlypo collected his first production experience with the features Long Weekend, A Perfect Match and Moscow, Belgium within the company A Private View. He was involved as the line producer of these films. Since then he has produced or co-produced around thirty features. He is member of the board of the Flemish producers association and has joined Les Ateliers Du Cinema Europeen in 2010.

Over de gastspreker: Guido Franken

Guido Franken is managing CineSud since 2012. Since 2018 he is the director of CineSud. Next to this he is also Limburg Film Commissioner within the Limburg Film Office.

Over de gastspreker: Hanneke Bosman

Hanneke Bosman started working as a freelance executive producer after working for the well-known Film Production Company BosBros for 10 years. She is specialized in preparing applications for Dutch and European Film funds. She is also involved in the different phases of filmmaking like development, financing, production and post.

Over de gastspreker: Hans de Wolf

Hans de Wolf is a television, documentary and film producer. From 1985 to 1989 he was the director of the Netherlands Film Festival. From 1990 onwards he was producer at the production company Egmond Film & Television, winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards with the film Antonia's Line.

Over de gastspreker: Harro van Staverden

Harro van Staverden started his career as a producer in 1995 with a strong focus on youth and family content. By now he is known for, among other things, the television series Circus Noël and Tien Torens Diep as well as the feature films War Secret, Cool Kids Don't Cry and Code M.

Over de gastspreker: Ibo Karatay

Ibo Karatay is a member of Rinkel Film since 2015 where he works as a development executive and producer. He is also the co-owner of Alchemic Film. The company develops and produces short as well as feature films.

Over de gastspreker: Jolein Laarman

Jolein Laarman worked as production designer on a variety of different feature film and television productions before she realised that writing is her real passion. Since then she has written many different television films, series, short and feature films such as the feature films Broos’, ‘Tussenstand’, ‘Het zusje van Katia’, ‘Onder Ons’, ‘Kauwboy’, ‘Verdwijnen’, which won many national as well as international prizes.

Over de gastspreker: Moniek Kramer

Moniek Kramer wrote and directed around twenty stage performances and a dozen scripts among which the cinema film Lucia de B. is one. She also worked on telefilms, short films and television series such as Rembrandt en van Gogh.

Over de gastspreker: Nathalie Crum

Nathalie Crum graduated from the Art Academy in Maastricht in 2007. She worked as a photographer before she decided to continue her filmic education at the Dutch Film Academy of Amsterdam where she graduated in the department of Directing Documentary in 2014. Her third-year film De Goede Vrede (2013) was screened at DOK.fest 2014 in München and was nominated for the Megaherz Filmschool Award.

Over de gastspreker: Paul Ruven

Paul Ruven is the owner of Talent United. He directed films such as Filmpje!, Ushi Must Marry and Sur Place. As a producer he is responsible for critically acclaimed documentaries, television productions like the series Devil's Dilemmas and feature films such as Het Bombardement, Do Not Come To My Children.

Over de gastspreker: Tessel Peijnenburg

Tessel Peijnenburg studied law at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen where she specialised in intellectual property and media law. Since 2015 she is the legal counsel of Pupkin, an Amsterdam based, independent production company.

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