Alexander (British), Castle Valley of movie, Hector & himself, welcome to the majority – Tom Collins (Irish), de Facto Films, the dinosaur room, reading in the dark, the poison at Bronntanas – Olivier Rausin (Belgian) & Sebastian Schelenz (German), climax of movie, motel – Femke Wolting (Dutch), submarine, Eisenstein in Guanajuato – Peter Bouckaert (Belgian), Eyeworks film & TV drama NV, the treatment – Sven j. mats (German), paradigm entertainment, steel – Cyril Tuschi (German), Lala films, leaks – three dates with Harry Harrison – Manisah Armstrong (Canadian), YN Films, Yasemin in between – Paul Scherzer (Canadian), six Iceland of productions, Malabar Court, trouble in the peace – Michael Dobbin (Canadian) quiet revolution pictures, A man of no. consequence, the Scarlet son, asleep at the wheel – perfect circle productions – ANCA Damian (Romanian), distinctive film, Karen Powell (Canadian), A very unsettled summer – Alex Boden (British), Pistachio Pictures, edge of nowhere A full list of former TAP participants, as well as the 2011 training schedule, is available online at. Strategic partners is the Atlantic Film Festival’s flagship industry program. With Telefilm Canada as its presenting partner, it is the one – stop shop for traditional multiplatform sales agents, financiers, distributors, producers, broadcasters and film agencies.
The three – day event includes pre-scheduled 1-2-1 meetings. International broadcaster, provincial, state and country sessions; relevant panels and visionary keynote speakers. Delegates of so enjoy access to the screenings and galas at the Atlantic Film Festival and the popular film Nova Scotia lobster dinner by the sea. The Erich pommer Institute (EPI) is one of the leading centres in Europe for media law, media management, and and media research. As a non profit independent institutions, our studies follow the process of media convergence through research, consultation, and advanced training. Each year, EPI organizes and hosts close to 40 seminars, workshops, conferences and panels for the German as well as the European media industry. the independent filmmaker project (IFP) is the U.S.’s oldest and largest not-for-profit advocacy organization for independent filmmakers. IFP represents a network of 10,000 filmmakers in New York City and around the world, with a mission of ensuring that independent films enrich the universal language of cinema, seeding the global culture with new ideas, kindling awareness and fostering activism.