Pro Tools
•Register a festival or a film
Submit film to festivals Promote for free or with Promo Packages

FILMFESTIVALS | 24/7 world wide coverage

Welcome !

Enjoy the best of both worlds: Portal for Film & Festival News, exploring the best of the festivals community.  

An adventure exploring, from dreams to reality, the emerging talents in our community.

Launched in 1995, relentlessly connecting films to festivals, reporting and promoting festivals worldwide.

A brand new website will soon be available. Covid-19 is not helping, stay safe meanwhile.

For collaboration, editorial contributions, or publicity, please send us an email here

User login

|FRENCH VERSION|

RSS Feeds 

Martin Scorsese Masterclass in Cannes

Best Trailers for November 2020

 

Editor


Established 1995 filmfestivals.com serves and documents relentless the festivals community, offering 92.000 articles of news, free blog profiles and functions to enable festival matchmaking with filmmakers.

THE NEWSLETTER REACHES 199 000 FILM PROFESSIONALS EACH WEEK   (december 2020) .

Share your news with us at press@filmfestivals.com to be featured.  SUBSCRIBE to the e-newsletter.  
FOLLOW ME ON THE SOCIAL NETWORKS:              

MEET YOUR EDITOR Bruno Chatelin - Check some of his interviews. Board Member of many filmfestivals and regular partner of a few key film events such as Cannes Market, AFM, Venice Production Bridge, Tallinn Industry and Festival...Check our recent partners.  

The news in French I English This content and related intellectual property cannot be reproduced without prior consent.


feed

Symposium on creative producing

ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS AND CILECT ASIA PACIFIC ASSOCIATION PRESENT 2010 SYMPOSIUM ON CREATIVE PRODUCING
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) will partner with Asia-Pacific’s regional arm of CILECT, the association of the world's major film and television schools, to present a symposium on creative producing curricula ahead of the fourth annual APSA Ceremony on December 2.
Leading professionals and educators across Asia-Pacific will meet in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast for the CILECT Asia Pacific Association (CAPA) Creative Producing Symposium, culminating in attendance at the APSA Ceremony – the region’s highest accolade in film.
The first two sessions of the Symposium will take place on Wednesday December 1 as part of the official sidebar activities in the lead up to the APSA Ceremony and will be attended by APSA Nominees, industry representatives and VIP guests.
Panel participants will consist of CILECT’s international guests: film producer, post-production specialist and member of the Singapore Film Commission, Freddie Yeo (Hong Kong); Malaysian born Hong Kong based film producer Lorna Tee; 2010 APSA nominees Graeme Isaac (Producer, Bran Nue Dae, Australia) and Ainsley Gardiner (Producer, Boy, New Zealand); and APSA Nominations Council members Peggy Chiao (Taiwan) and Nan Achnas (Indonesia), both highly regarded filmmakers and leading educators in Taiwan and Indonesia.
The sessions will be followed by the keynote address by 2010 APSA Jury President, Lord David Puttnam. The keynote address The Value of Cinema in the Digital Age will be followed by a Q&A session with Lord Puttnam hosted by Radio National’s Julie Rigg.
The Challenges for the Future of Asia-Pacific Producers panel will address the topic of what challenges the future generation of Asia Pacific Screen Producers will face: investing and fund raising issues; strategic partnerships for a multi-platform business; and future developments in the field of cross-national and cross-regional screen production.
CILECT delegates attending from the region will continue the symposium activities in Brisbane on Thursday December 2 and travel back to the Gold Coast to attend the fourth annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
CILECT (Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision) is the association of the world's major film and television schools. Its goals are to provide a means for the exchange of ideas among member schools, and to help them understand the future of education for creative personnel in film, television, and related media. It is dedicated to the creation, development and maintenance of regional and international co-operation among its member schools, and to the encouragement of film and television training in the developing world.
CILECT was founded in Cannes in 1955 with the intention of stimulating a dialogue among film schools in the deeply divided world of those times. Its membership was drawn from eight countries: Britain, Czechoslovakia, France, Italy, Poland, Spain, the Soviet Union and the United States. By the year 2010, CILECT had grown to include 148 institutions from 58 countries on five continents. A significant number of the world's leading film and television makers are graduates of member schools. CAPA is the CILECT Asia Pacific Association. There are three Australian member schools which are: Griffith Film School, Griffith University; Victorian College of the Arts School of Film & Television; and the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS).
APSA acclaims, at a global level, the cinematic excellence and cultural diversity of the vast Asia-Pacific region. Established in 2007, APSA is an international cultural initiative of the Queensland Government, Australia, through Events Queensland. It brings together, in unique collaboration Paris-based UNESCO and FIAPF-International Federation of Film Producers Associations. The initiative honours the works of filmmakers from an area representing four billion people; 60 percent of the global population; 70 countries and areas; one third of the earth; and half the world’s film output. 239 films competed this year with 31 films from 15 countries and areas nominated in nine award categories. The APSA Ceremony will be webcast live at www.asiapacificscreenawards.com

SESSION 1 - 9:00am - 11:30am
'CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN PRODUCERS'
Moderated by Professor Herman Van Eyken, Griffith Film School. Panellists include Lorna Tee (Hong Kong) Peggy Chiao (Taiwan), Nan Achnas (Indonesia), Graeme Isaac (Australia) and Ainsley Gardiner (New Zealand).
What is expected from the future generation of Asia Pacific Screen Producers? What are the specifics of the region? We will also look at the differences between mainland Chinese schools and Hong Kong and draw comparisons. We will discuss the business of investing and fund raising, strategic partnerships for the multi-platform business of creative screen producing will be discussed. Finally, how to enhance the engagement with the other parts of the world: how can our schools play a proactive role in this ever changing and very flexible environment?
APSA Academy Induction - 11:40am – 12:10pm
SESSION 2 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
APSA JURY PRESIDENT KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY LORD DAVID PUTTNAM
The Value of Cinema in the Digital Age
In his speech Lord Puttnam will examine the opportunities and challenges for cinema in the early 21st century. In particular he will consider the need for filmmakers to engage with significant issues of the day, and the need to address the huge changes brought about by the transition to a fully digital era in film. This will involve drawing on all the creative and imaginative possibilities presented by the online world. The keynote address will be followed by a 20 minute Q&A session with Lord David Puttnam hosted by Radio National’s Julie Rigg.
CILECT DELEGATES WILL RETURN TO BRISBANE FOR THE REMAINING SESSIONS AHEAD OF RETURNING TO THE GOLD COAST FOR THE FOURTH ANNUAL APSA CEREMONY.

Links

The Bulletin Board

> The Bulletin Board Blog
> Partner festivals calling now
> Call for Entry Channel
> Film Showcase
>
 The Best for Fests

Meet our Fest Partners 

Following News

Interview with AFM Director

 

Interview with Cannes Marche du Film Director 

 

Interview with the Parasite director

Brad Pitt and Leonard Maltin Interviewed

Filmfestivals.com dailies live coverage from


> Live from India
> Live from LA
> IFFI Goa
> Lost World Film Festival
> Locarno
> Toronto
> Venice
> San Sebastian
> BFI London

> Film Festival Days
> AFM
> Tallinn Black Nights

> Palm Springs Film Festival
> Kustendorf
> Rotterdam
> Sundance
Santa Barbara Film Festival SBIFF
> Berlin 
> Fantasporto
Amdocs
Houston WorldFest
 
Cannes / Marche du film online

Useful links for the indies:

Big files transfer
> Celebrities / Headlines / News / Gossip
> Clients References
> Crowd Funding
> Deals

> Festivals Trailers Park
> Film Commissions 
> Film Schools
> Financing
> Independent Filmmaking
> Motion Picture Companies and Studios
> Movie Sites
> Movie Theatre Programs
> Music/Soundtracks 
> Posters and Collectibles
> Professional Resources
> Screenwriting
> Search Engines
> Self Distribution
> Search sites – Entertainment
> Short film
> Streaming Solutions
> Submit to festivals
> Videos, DVDs
> Web Magazines and TV

A question for Jennifer Aniston from Richard Hobert winner at SBIFF 2020 :

Top 3 Tech Innovations in Film History

> Other resources
+ SUBSCRIBE to the weekly Newsletter
+ Connecting film to fest: Marketing & Promotion
Special offers and discounts
Festival Waiver service
 

User images

About Editor

Chatelin Bruno
(Filmfestivals.com)

The Editor's blog

Bruno Chatelin Interviewed

Be sure to update your festival listing and feed your profile to enjoy the promotion to our network and audience of 350.000.     

Follow me on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter
Follow me on Instagram
Follow me on Youtube

  


paris

France



View my profile
Send me a message
gersbach.net