The Documentary’s series. Creative paths and productive models. Case Study on SanPa: Light and Darkness of San Patrignano.
Dedicated to a genre in strong development at national and international level, focused on a successful case history, the workshop will cover in two days the entire process from pre-production to broadcasting and/or streaming. Among the speakers: Nicola Allieta and Andrea Romeo (Production), Ermanno Guida (Line Producer), Giulia Maura (Post Production Supervisor), Paolo Benardelli (Author), Daniele Ongaro (Archive Researcher), Francesca Sofia Allegra (Editing).
- Thursday 16 September – Sala della Cavallerizza – 3.00 / 4.30 pm
First module: The production path. From pre-production to online.
Nicola Allieta and Andrea Romeo (Production), Ermanno Guida (Line Producer), Giulia Maura (Post Production Supervisor)
- Friday 17 September – Sala della Cavallerizza – 4.30 / 6.00 pm
Second Module: The Creative Path, Writing, Researching, Editing.
Paolo Benardelli (Author), Daniele Ongaro (Archive Researcher), Francesca Sofia Allegra (Editing)
* only Industry accreditation pass holders can register to the workshop. The workshop will be presented in italian
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Towards the definition of independent producer?
The Draft Law “Norme per il riconoscimento e il sostegno delle imprese cinematografiche e audiovisive indipendenti” (Norms for the recognition and support of independent cinema and audiovisual companies) presented in the Senate last March – opens the debate again in Italy around the definition of independent companies and producers, but also around the support of cultural diversity and cultural exception that will have a strong impact also at a European and international level.
Introduced and moderated by Cinzia Masòtina – Consultant and coordinator of Visioni Incontra.
Among the speakers: Senator Francesco Verducci and Alexandra Lebret, managing director of EPC (European Producers Club)
Speed date networking.
Companies, producers, distributors, not selected in the Visioni Incontra pitching contest will be able to meet with each other and with the guests accredited to the event with a casual and fast formula – 4 minutes per participant – but effective in creating synergies and opportunities.
Only for Accredited companies – registration is required (closed number, subject to availability of places). Meeting tables will be managed by our staff and will be in continuous rotation. Speech duration per participant: 4′ for each presentation.
- Thursday 16 September – Litta Theatre Courtyard – 4.30 / 6.00 pm
- Friday 17 September – Litta Theatre Courtyard – 6.00 / 6.45 pm
* only Industry accreditation pass holders can register to speed dates. The speed date will be in italian
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