the 29th of September – 2nd of October 2020. This year ONLINE!

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Masterclass: MY FIRST MOVIE – HOW TO DEVELOP A STORY FOR A CHILDREN’S AUDIENCE

October 2nd, 13:00-14:00 CEST*, ZOOM

Host: Frederike Migom, director, Belgium

To participate in this event please buy an accreditation here.

*Central European Summer Time

Making films for children is often very rewarding and fulfilling, according to Frederike Migom. The ambitious and award-winning Belgian film director, writer and actor will lead this creative masterclass as she talks about her passion for making films relevant to young audiences and guides you through the process of making her first feature Binti. After its premiere in 2019, the film has been screened at more than 40 festivals worldwide, including the Sundance Film Festival 2020, and won 10 awards to date. She will talk about her creative ambition, the challenges and the dead-ends, and also about her most rewarding moments. She will also give some crucial tips about creative direction for first features.

Film students and all creatives planning to produce their first feature will find this masterclass extremely beneficial.

Frederike Migom:

“I make films about things that interest and puzzle me.”

The spaces for the masterclasses, workshops, and panels are limited and require prior registration. If you would like to attend some of the workshops or masterclass please remember to add this session to your Meeting Mojo calendar, where you can also find the ZOOM link.

 

Frederike Migom

Frederike Migom

director, Belgium

Frederike is a director, writer and actor. After studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, she moved to Paris to study filmmaking. In 2011, she landed in Brussels, her current base, where she worked as an assistant producer for 3 years at Caviar Films before setting out to direct her first short film, Malakim, in 2013, followed by Adam & Everything (2014) and Nkosi Coiffure (2015). The latter was supported by the Flemish audiovisual fund (VAF) and screened at the Tribeca and BFI film festivals, among others, picking up awards in Valladolid, Washington and Brussels, to name but a few.

While writing her feature debut Binti, Frederike shot two short documentaries – Suitcase Full of Dreams (2016) for the Belgian national broadcaster and Si-G (2017). Binti premiered in 2019 and was selected for the Sundance Film Festival 2020. The film has been screened at more than 40 festivals worldwide, winning 10 awards to date.

Masterclass: MY FIRST MOVIE - HOW TO DEVELOP A STORY FOR A CHILDREN’S AUDIENCE

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