European Post Production Connection
Deadline: 20th June 2010
Dates: 1st -6th October 2010, Belgium, Brussels
Participant Fees: €1,250. Grants covering participation fees, including accommodation and food costs, are available for Maltese participants.
European Post Production Connection (EP2C) is a Post Production Management course for producers and post-production supervisors.
The EP2C workshop lasts one week and provides practical financial & technical information and management skills in the main areas of post production supervision:
Image workflow (traditional vs digital), and special effects: impact of choices on planning and budget
Sound workflow: impact of choices on schedule and budget
Financing your post production
Monitoring schedule and resources
Rights issues related to the post production stage
Promotion and deliveries
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Deadline: 30th June 2010
Dates: May 24 - May 29, 2010, Sofia, Bulgaria (deadline March 31, 2010)
August 23 - August 28, 2010, Sofia, Bulgaria (deadline June 30, 2010)
Participation Fee: €1,000 euro per session. Scholarships are available.
This course consists of two residential training workshops on 3D animation and simulation and post-processing. The workshops will be held in Bulgaria, in May and August respectively.
3D animation: for purely animated production and for motion pictures; software used: Blender, Trac, SVN, Audacity GIMP;
Simulation and post-processing: physical simulation in virtual reality; software used: Blender, Trac, S VN, Cinepaint, YAfray, DrQueue.
For further information please contact: www.tosmi.org
SOURCES 2 - Script Development Workshop
Deadline: 1st July 2010
Dates: 18th – 26th November 2010, Potsdam, Germany
€100 application fee per project.
€1,800 participation fee per writer/project;
€900 for additional person committed to a project (co-writer, producer, director);
€1,000 per observer; inc. accommodation and meals
SOURCES 2 is an intensive training and script development for European screenwriters and teams of writers, producers or directors working on a feature film or creative documentary film project, which addresses a broad international audience. Workshops lead through a three month development process.
Participants work on the development of their own and one another's first draft scripts or treatments in a non-competitive atmosphere, while script advisers help the participants develop their writing skills.
For further information please contact: www.sources2.de
Prime 4Kids and Family (Pygmalion Plus) 2010
Deadline: 2nd July 2010
Dates: 1st Lab: September 2010, Warsaw, Poland
2nd Lab: December 2010, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Participation Fees: 1,500 euros including subsistence costs
Prime 4Kids and Family is specifically designed for the development of projects for child and family audiences across all audiovisual media. It is run jointly by five European organisations, combining their experience in professional training and children's media.
Participants develop their projects and their craft through collaboration with experienced mentors, creative professionals from allied fields, including an ensemble of actors and directors, and an international group of fellow participants.
For further information please visit: www.prime-house.de
3D Cinema in Europe
Deadline: 5th July 2010
Dates: 24th – 26th September 2010
10th – 12th December 2010
Participant Fees: €1,650 per participating producer;
€700 per participating director/cinematographer/editor
This is a project based programme aimed at exploring the technical and creative requirements in producing a 3D stereoscopic live action feature film.
3D cinema in Europe aims to provide producers and directors with an in-depth knowledge of the current 3D landscape, enabling them to successfully project manage a 3D project through all stages from development, pre-production, production, post-production, distribution and exhibition.
The course involves significant immersion in studio-based 3D production practice. Participants will have the opportunity to use the technology and gain technical expertise from current industry leaders in the field.
For further information please visit: www.screentrainingireland.ie or view the brochure here: https://www.screentrainingireland.ie/images/3d%20Cinema%20Booklet%20A4.pdf
Multi Platform Business School
Deadline: 6th July 2010
Dates: 3rd -7th August 2010, Ronda, Spain
First participant of a company: €1,000
Second participant of the same company: €800
Third participant of the same company: €600
MPBS is a five day workshop for producers of audiovisual media to enhance their skills in building business models for the development of 360 degree content, the financing and marketing of linear and interactive formats and the distribution in more than one market.
With the development of digital technology, the media sectors are converging and audiences expect to gain access to desired content anywhere at anytime. Producers of film, television, game mobile and other media are under increased pressure to develop content that can be released internationally and travel a multitude of platform to reach their audience.
For further information please visit: www.mpbs.mediaschool.es