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The second edition of Industry Days is ready to kick off!

After a succesful first launch last year, the upcoming 24th MFFK Febiofest Bratislava will once again host a second edition of Industry Days (March 7 - 8): a bright new event dedicated to the promotion of local film production as well as to meetings of Slovak and international film professionals.

The international guests of the event are Stefan Laudyn (IFF Warsaw), Anrei Tanasescu (Toronto IFF), Karel Och (Karlovy Vary IFF), Hugo Rosák  (Karlovy Vary IFF – Industry @KVIFF), Marge Liiske (Tallin Black Nights IFF, managing Director of Baltic Event Co-production market), Bernd Buder (Berlinale - section Forum, programmimg director of FF Cottbus), Evgeny Gusyatinskiy (Rotterdam IFF), Markéta Pašmová (Zlín IFF), Maciek Rant / Krzysztof Sienkiewicz (Zubroffka IFSF), Vladan Petković (journalist, Cineuropa, Screen Daily), Laurent Daniélou (sales agent, Loco Films), Sasha Wieser (EastWest Distribution), Marijana Stoisits (Vienna Film Commission), Arie Bohrer (Location Austria - The National Film Commission), and others.

INDUSTRY DAYS 2017 PROGRAMME
 
TUESDAY, March 7
10:00 Cinema Lumière, K2 Hall
Presentation of upcoming Slovak films Works in Progress

CATALOGUE OF PRESENTED
PROJECTS  for download

1. Waiting, d. Zuzana Liová
SK - CZ - DE | col. | 100 min. | fiction | drama | in development
Prod. HITCHHIKER Cinema / Barbara Janišová Feglová
Presented by: Barbara Janišová-Feglová

2. The CELLAR, d. Igor Voloshin
SK - CZ- RU | col. | 100 min. | fiction | drama | in development
Prod. FURIA Film / Lívia Filusová
Presented by: Lívia Filusová, Igor Vološin

3. A Good Death, d. Tomáš Krupa
SK | col. | 90 min. | documentary | creative documentary | in production
Prod. HAILSTONE / Tomáš Krupa
Presented by: Tomáš Krupa

4. Piargy, d. Ivo Trajkov
SK - CZ - SL - MAC | bw. | 90 min. | fiction | drama | in production
Prod. ARINA Production / Silvia Panáková
Presented by: Silvia Panáková

5. The Line, d. Peter Bebjak
SK - UA| col. | 110 min. | fiction | thriller |in post-production
Prod. WANDAL Production / Wanda Adamik Hrycová
Presented by: Wanda Adamik Hrycová, Peter Bebjak

6. Wild Beasts, d. Marta Prokopová, Michal Blaško (short film)
SK | col. | 8 min. |short film |animation drama |in development
Prod. Super film/ Simona Hrušovská, Veronika Kocourková
Presented by: Marta Prokopová, Veronika Kocourková, Michal Blaško

Coffee Break followed by short presentation of the international script development program MIDPOINT: International Script Development Program, for young film professionals, which aims to support the writer, director and producer in the development process. It operates as a year-long center organizing different workshops focusing on narrative film and TV projects.
Presented by: Katarína Tomková, Barbara Struss

7. The Maidservant, d. Mariana Čengel Solčanská
SK | col. | 100 min. | fiction | historical | in development
Prod. Trigon Production / Patrik Pašš
Presented by: Radka Babincová, Hana Lasicová

8. Nina, d. Juraj Lehotský
SK - CZ | col.| 85 min. | fiction |drama | in post-production
Prod. Punkchart films / Ivan Ostrochovský
Presented by: Juraj Lehotský, Katarína Tomková

9. A Long Day, d. Pavol Pekarčík
SK | col. | 80 min. | documentary | observational documentary | in post-production
Prod. Kaleidoscope / Katarína Tomková
Presented by: Pavol Pekarčík, Katarína Tomková

10. Heart of a Tower, d. Peter Budinský
SK | col. | 80 min. | animation feature | fairy tale | in development
Prod. Bfilm/ Eva Pa, Peter Badač, plutoon /Barbora Budinská
Presented by: Eva Pa, Barbora Budinská, Peter Budinský

11. Once there was a Sea..., d. Joanna Kozuch (short film)
SK | col. | 15 min. | animation | short animated documentary | in development
Prod. plackartnyj /Joanna Kozuch; Bfilm / Eva Pa, Peter Badač
Presented by: Eva Pa, Joanna Kozuch

12:30 Cinema Lumière, Café Barzuz
LUNCH BREAK
Networking brunch for WiP participants and professional guests.

14:30 Cinema Lumière, K2 hall
DISCUSSION PANEL: SLOVAKIA – AUSTRIA: FILM NEIGHBOURS
Powered by Film New Europe and Creative Europe Desks Slovakia and Austria
There are many connections between these two countries linked by the Danube River and common history. But when it comes to film industry, the situation remains the same as it has been while the Iron Curtain divided both countries along their border. Why? And what can we do in order to change it? Let’s find out together with producers and Fund representatives from both countries.

17:00 VŠMU Cinema
MASTERCLASS: LAURENT DANIELU (Loco Films)
Slovak films gained strong recognition at the festival circuit in recent past. Starting in Rotterdam a few years ago when My Dog Killer by Mira Fornay won one of the main prizes in the official competition, then Director’s Fortnight welcomed Blind Loves by Juraj Lehotský, Berlinale hosted Koza by Ivan Ostrochovský and Toronto introduced Eva Nova by Marko Škop to international audiences in world premiere, just to name a few. But is it enough also for wider distribution? Laurent Danielu from French Sales Company Loco Films will present his experience of selling two very diverse Slovak titles - Eva Nova by Marko Škop and Little Harbour by Iveta Grófová that has been world premiered just now at the Berlinale 2017 and received the Crystal Bear for the Best Film of Berlinale Generation Kplus section, awarded by the Children´s Jury.

19:00 Cinema Za zrkadlom (shuttle from Cinema Lumière)
SLOVAK PREMIERE OF A HOLE IN THE HEAD dir. by Robert Krichhoff
New documentary feature that was premiered in competition at IDFF Ji.hlava 2016 and at Dok.Leipzig is telling the stories of roma holocaust survivors.

21:00 Fuga club (shuttle from Cinema Za zrkadlom)
INDUSTRY PARTY – Esta noche Bailamos!
with Kinečko and Zubroffka crew

8th March 2017, 9:30 Cinema Lumière, K3 hall
CLOSED SCREENING of one of the projects from WiP in the phase of Post-production
for invited film professionals only

11:00 Cinema Lumière, K2 hall
DISCUSSION PANEL: FILM SOCIETIES TODAY
Film societies or film clubs were funded in the 1960s in order to work closely with the public and help promoting auteur cinema in Europe. But does it still make sense today? Is it still a sustainable platform for cinematic distribution? How strong is the influence of Film clubs in contemporary Europe? We want to welcome representatives of French ACID, Polish Zuborffka, Association of Slovak Film Clubs and others in order to understand better how to use this old-fashioned system as an advantage for arthouse distribution.

19:00 Cinema Lumière, K1 hall
CLOSING NIGHT OF THE FESTIVAL
Followed by screening of SPOOR (Pokot) directed by Agnieszka Holland with the presence of the director.

The platform Industry Days is organized by IFCF Febiofest, Association of Slovak Film Clubs and Slovak Film Institute.

The platform Industry Days is supported by Audiovisual Fund, Creative Europe Desk Slovak Republic

 

Related AIC news:
Febio Industry Days 2016

published: 01.03.2017
updated: 09.02.2018