As this year’s schedule of the Forum is full especially the action-packed agenda of the accompanying events on day one (Inspiration Day), we have decided to put together this guide and allow you to choose the most suitable event. We hope that this year’s workshops and presentations will be engaging.
Inspiration Day starts with lectures, panel discussions and case studies on recent trends in film and tv productions for kids. This conference part takes place between 12:00 and 16:00 in Muranów Cinema.
More info about the detailed programme available HERE.
The late afternoon schedule contains parallel events, that’s why we prepared this brief guide through the afternoon events.
The Black Mill Presentation 25.09, 4:25pm-4.55pm, Muranow Cinema, POLA screening room
Presented during last year’s Forum, The Black Mill is currently in post-production. We will watch a 20 minute presentation of the project.
The Black Mill is an adaptation of a novel by Marcin Szczygielski. Both, the film and the book, are a modern and frightening story for children inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm and Stranger Things on one hand and a universal story about power, friendship, family and accepting disabilities and poverty on the other.
The Black Mill will premiere in November 2020.
Script writing masterclass – a screenwriting workshop 25.09, 4:30pm – 6:30pm,
Jewish Historical Institute(Blue Skyscraper)
Workshop by Philip LaZebnik – scriptwriter and script consultant.
Philip worked for Disney Studios and Dream Works for many years. He is the man behind Mulan, Pocahontas (Disney), The Prince of Egypt and The Road to El Dorado (Dream Works). Philip LaZebnik will not only explain how to create an extraordinary story on screen but also share Walt Disney’s secrets and the tricks of the trade. The participants will have a chance to use his method in order to come up with their own story during the workshop.
Warsaw Tour 25.09, 04:55pm-6.40pm, Muranow Cinema (main entrance)
The Mazovia Institute of Culture will host a tour around Warsaw allowing you to discover the best spots in town and the history behind them.
Planned route: Muranow Cinema – Krasinski Garden – Krasinski Square – New Town – Barbican – Old Town – Theatre Square – Muranow Cinema
Producer meets-producer 25.09, 7:00pm-8:30pm, Jewish Historical Institute(Blue Skyscraper)
Organized by Polish Producers Alliance (KIPA) and Polish Animation Producers Association (SPPA).
An informal meeting for producers attending the Forum. The aim of the event is a getting to know each other, exchanging experiences and contacts. We hope that it will end in future cooperation on films and TV Series for young audience.
Co- pro- nect breakfast – 26.09, 9:00am – 10:00am, Jewish Historical Institute(Blue Skyscraper)
A chance to get to know our guests, experts in the Industry, in an informal atmosphere during breakfast (coffee and snacks). The event lasts for 30 minutes. During that time you can talk to chosen experts.The guests will sit at a designated tables as listed in the categories below. Choose a topic and pick a table:
– Global investments and partnerships/co-productions, led by Agnes Augustin (Shaw Rocket Fund, Canada) and Marie-Claude Beauchamp (Carpe Diem Production, Canada)
– Programming/acquisition/co-production with the broadcaster led by Luca Milano (Rai Ragazzi, Italy)
– Creative Europe Media Funding programmes led by Marzena Cieślik (Creative Europe Desk Media, Poland)
The event lasts an hour and has a form of an interactive session.
Every participant will have a chance of attending two 30-minute sessions.
After an intense day, feel free to join us for a cocktail in the lobby of Muranow Cinema 8:30pm-11:00pm.
In case of any questions, please contact:
See you soon!