Op vrijdag 10 april 2015 vindt tijdens het Go Short festival in Nijmegen de jaarlijkse Industry Day plaats, met een inspirerend en praktisch programma voor Nederlands en internationale film- en tv-professionals. NBF-leden krijgen 50% korting op de toegangsprijs, waardoor ze nog maar €12,50 betalen in plaats van €25,-. Dit in inclusief een uitgebreide netwerklunch.
Wat: Go Short Industry Day
Locatie: LUX, Mariënburgplein, Nijmegen
Datum: vrijdag 10 april 2015
Tijd: 10.00 – 17.30 uur
Kosten: €25,- voor reguliere bezoekers, €12,50 voor NBF-leden, gratis voor gasten met een accreditatie voor het festival.
Aanmelding: verplicht via dit formulier.
Possibilities to make a short film in the Netherlands
10:30h – 11:30h
What possible options are available for financing a short film in the Netherlands? We will present the survey we held among our Dutch entries for this year, in which we asked them how they funded their film and with what kind of budget they worked. We will talk about the results of this research and present the different options that are available. We will try to broaden the view. You don’t have to be dependent on traditional fundings; there are other options out there. We will talk with, among others, the Netherlands Film Fund, the Dutch Cultural Media Fund and producer Gijs Kerkbosch from Dutch production company 100% Halal. Moderated by Carolien Croon.
This seminar is aimed at a Dutch Audience, therefore the seminar will be in Dutch.
Best practice: two international case studies
11:30h – 13:00h
Two successful international short film projects will be presented as a case study. The directors will talk about how they made their film, touching upon all the different stages that include everything from funding to festival strategy. They will share tips and tricks on how to make your next project a successful one. Sahim Omar Kalifa will talk about his successful short film Baghdad Messi, which was shortlisted for the Oscars. Kalifa has won over 70 international awards for his short films.
13:00h – 14:00h
We will set up one-on-one meetings with guests from the film industry that take place during lunch. You can join them at their table for a short and private conversation and ask them all of your questions. Among others, Dorien van de Pas (The Netherlands Film Fund), Andrea Posthuma (Creative Europe Desk NL), sales agent Cinzia Spironello (Other Voices) José van Doorn (Netherlands Film Production Incentive), Miryam van Lier (Dutch Cultural Media Fund), Ben Vandaele (coproduction with Belgium) and sales agent Sydney Neter (SND Films) will be available for your questions.
Parallel sessions – Pavilion
In the afternoon, you can choose two workshops or seminars you would like to attend. You can decide which workshop or seminar you want to attend on the day. First comes, first serve!
Workshop: Digital Formats
14:00-15:00 / Dutch spoken
What different digital formats are currently available? Which formats are convenient for which goals? What are the differences? Which ones do festivals prefer? A workshop by Joop van Langen (Filmtechniek) and Polona Kuzman (Green DCP).
Workshop: Script writing for short film
How do you write a successful script for a short film? What are the do’s and don’ts? What are things that will make your short film script stand out? What is the difference with a feature film script?
Seminar: How to go cross-border?
14:00-15:00 / LUX 7 / English spoken
How can you step across the Dutch borders and make your project internationally interesting? What steps do you have to take to make your film project interesting for European festivals, sales agents and buyers? What trainings are must-go places to learn? How can the tax incentive help you out? With Andrea Posthuma (Creative Europe Desk NL), Lisa Linde Nieveld (EYE International) and Marleen Slot (Viking Film). Moderated by Marten Rabarts (EYE International).
15:15-16:15 / Dutch spoken
How to write an excellent application? What possibilities are out there for short film at the Netherlands Film Fund? Dorien van de Pas and Karlijn Landman from the Netherlands Film Fund will give you tips and tricks.
15:15-16:15 / English spoken
Practice your pitch and get tips from pitching professionals.
Seminar: The ideal short film
15:15-16:15 / LUX 7 / English spoken
International festival programmers and sales agents will discuss the ideal short film. What works for them? Which genres are best to work with? What are the do’s and don’ts? What do programmers pay attention to when selecting a film? The panel includes Daniel Ebner (Vienna Independent Shorts), Kirsten Ruber (Go Short) and Cinzia Spironello (Other Voices).
Drinks & Network Opportunity
Bron: Go Short