PARIS PROJECT  | PARIS CINEMA IFF 2011


 

PARIS PROJECT unveils its selection

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Paris Cinema IFF's co-production and development platform July 4 to 7, 2011

Bibliothèque nationale de France, BnF (13th) , MK2 Bibliothèque (Paris, 13th)

 

Please find below the program of the next edition of Paris Project

> Deadline for registration: June 24th Registration are closed

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Following your registration, your individual schedules and practical information will be sent back to you by mail by Thursday, June 30th


> 1/ Paris Project Meetings (Projects in development)

> 2/ Paris Project Screenings (Films in post-production)

> 3/ Taipei-Paris Workshop: mingle with producers from Taiwan

> 4/ Rotterdam’s Lab producers: mingle with 2 producers from this program

> 5/ Cinefondation Residents Projects: mingle with directors in Residence

> 6/ ACE & EAVE Seminar in Paris Project

 

1/ PARIS PROJECT MEETINGS

This year, Paris Project offers a selection of 15 foreign projects in development, seeking further financing. The producers and directors invited by the festival will meet, for three days and through one-to-one personalized meetings, French and European sponsors likely to partner in coproduction.

July 4 to 6, 10AM to 6PM / BnF - Site François Mitterrand (Foyer Du Grand Auditorium )

 

  Registration are closed

 

 A Screw, by Shira Geffen / Israel / Movie Plus Productions

Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories, by Phan Dang Di / Vietnam / Vblock Media

Cannibal, by Manuel Martin Cuenca / Spain / La Loma Blanca

Eden, by Agnès Kocsis / Hungary – Netherlands / Isabella Films

Evil Woman, by Israel Adrian Caetano / Argentina / Magmacine

Mitrovica, by Daniel Mulloy / Kosovo / Flutra Films

Puppetboy, by Johannes Nyholm / Sweden / DFM

Rosa F.C, by Michael Wahrmann / Brazil / Sancho Filmes

Something Beautiful, by Vladimir Todorovic / Singapore – Serbia - Vietnam / Akanga Film Asia

Stormmaker, by Ruben Imaz Castro / Mexico / Axolote Cine

The Tour Guide, by Yarden Karmin / Israel / Greenproductions

The Wife of the Man Who Eats Laser Beams, by Helvecio Marins Jr. / Brazil / Teia Films

To Kill a Man, by Alejandro Fernandez Almendras / Chile / El Remanso Cine

Vic et Flo saw a Bear, by Denis Coté /Canada / La Maison de Prod

Woman and Man, by Asli Ozge / Turkey / Bulut Film

 

2/ PARIS PROJECT SCREENINGS

Paris Project will organise one screening sessions of 4 films in postproduction seeking partners such as sales agents and/or distributors to achieve completion. Each film will be presented by the producer, co-producer or director.

Wednesday July 6 from 10AM to 1PM / MK2 Bibliothèque

 

  Registration are closed

 

Building Royal, by Ivan Wild / Colombia / Ciudad Lunar

Future Lasts Forever, by Özcan Alper / Turkey – Germany - France / Nar Film - Arizona Films |

Selected to Paris Project Meetings in 2010

Like Raining at the End of April, by Wichanon Somumjarn - Thailand / Electric Eel Films

P-047, by Kongdej Jaturanrasmee - Thailand / Song Sound Production

 

3/ MINGLE WITH TAIWANESE PRODUCERS

Paris Project has initiated a new and innovative co-production workshop, between French and Taiwanese producers, with the collaboration of the Taipei Film Commission and with the support of the Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC).

Come and meet with producers from Taiwan and their projects in development during one afternoon!

July 6 – 2:30 to 6pm / BnF - Site François Mitterrand (Foyer Du Grand Auditorium )

 

  Registration are closed

 

Afternoon Delight!, by Arvin Chen / Taïwan / Greenskyfilms - ATOM Cinema

Marry Go Around, by Cheng Feng-Feng/ Taïwan / Joint Entertainment International Inc

 

 

4/ MINGLE WITH ROTTERDAM’S LAB PRODUCERS

We will welcome during Paris Project two producers from Rotterdam’s Lab program, who will attend all the events and will be given the opportunity to meet and present their projects to the industry.

Come and meet them during one afternoon too!

Wednesday July 6 – 2:30 to 6pm / BnF - Site François Mitterrand (Foyer Du Grand Auditorium )

 

   Registration are closed

 

N.N, by Ineke Smits / Netherlands / ZEST Moving Stories

No Name, by Marco van Geffen / Netherlands / Lemming Film

 

5/ MINGLE WITH CINEFONDATION RESIDENTS

Meet with the six actual residents of the Cinefondation of the Cannes IFF.

Tuesday July 5 - 10am to 5pm / BnF - Site François Mitterrand (Foyer Du Grand Auditorium )

 

  Registration are closed

Arunkarn, by Sivaroj Kongsakul / Thailand

Entomology, by Julia Kozyreva / Russia

Bastard, by David Nawrath / Germany

S.K., by Laszlo Nemes / Hungary

Tam Rasisalai, by Pramote Sangsorn / Thailand

Lady’s Mantle, by Bohdana Smyrnova / Ukraine – USA

 

6/ SEMINARS IN PARIS PROJECT

ACE Seminar

Film incentives in Europe

“Over the past years, most European countries have developed mechanisms to incite producers to come and shoot or post-produce their films in their respective territories. Generally, tax credits or other measures that aim to reimburse the producer for a part of the funds spent in the country are put in place. Which ones are the most beneficial to the producer? Is it necessary to have a local co-producer or a local partner ? Must the film pass a national culture test? 90 minutes with a panel of speakers originating from several different European countries to constitute an assessment of this new European Eldorado.”

The debate will be moderated by Ronan Girre, ACE.

> Panelists : Titus Kreyenberg (Unafilm), Anthony Muir (Film I Väst) & David Collins (Samson Films)

Monday, July 4 from 5 to 7Pm / BnF - Site François Mitterand (Petit Auditorium) – In English

 

Registration are closed

 

EAVE Seminar – In association with Media Desk France

Producing independent films today: creativity is required!

In the context of an industry with fast changing rules, Lucie Kalmar (Festival Scope, Mômerade, after a 7-year experience at Wild Bunch) and Jean des Forêts (Petit Film, formerly at Les Films du Requin), who spent the first ten years of their professional career working on films they love, will share ideas on how to continue to do so.

The workshop will include a case study of a micro-budget independent American film: ‘Putty Hill’, produced, promoted and sold from Paris by Jordan Mintzer.

> Panelists : Lucie Kalmar (Mômerade/Festival Scope), Jean des Forêts (Petit Film) & Jordan Mintzer

 Tuesday, July 5 from 5 to 7Pm / BnF - Site François Mitterand (Petit Auditorium) – In English


 Registration are closed

 

Information & Registration

Paris Cinema International Film Festival / Paris Project

155 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France

tel.: 33 (0)1 55 25 55 26

fax: 33 (0)1 43 67 09 50

Head of Paris Cinema IFF: Aude Hesbert

Head of Paris Project: Thibaut Bracq

parisproject@pariscinema.org


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