Viewing and Discussion of Works-in-progress Workshop

This workshop welcomes work-in-progress films – projects that have already been shot, presently in the editing stage, which will be discussed in terms of their final form.

24, 25 and 27 OCT / from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
26 OCT / from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Culturgest – Forum Debates

Selected Projects

Campo
by Tiago Hespanha
Production: Luísa Homem (Terratreme Filmes) – Co-production: Aline Schmid (Beauvoir Films)
Portugal, Switzerland

El Creador de Universos (The Creator of Universes)
by Mercedes Dominioni
Production: Gerardo Castelli
Urugay, Spain

Les éléphants blancs de Yamoussoukro
by Laurence Bonvin
Production: Laurence Bonvin
Switzerland

Nocturno: un Poema de Mar en Puerto (Nocturne: a Poem of the Sea in Port)
by Álvaro F. Pulpeiro
Production: Víctor Paz Morandeira (A Cuarta Parede Films)
Spain, Colombia

War Diaries
Luís Brás
Production: Abel Chaves
Portugal

Tutor

Luciano Rigolini is an independent producer, living in Paris since 1995. He was ARTE’s tv channel commissioning editor, where he was responsible for auteur documentary film. He has always sought new narrative forms, in the interest of keeping independent film alive and innovative. He produced works by directors such as Chris Marker, Alexander Sukurov, Naomi Kawase, Alain Cavalier, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tsai Ming-Liang, and he also discovered many young talents.

Complementary Sessions

Participants will attend feedback and working sessions with Jean-Pierre Rehm and João Tabarra and a working session on strategies and film festivals with Jasmin Bašić as part of Arché programme.

Feedback Sessions

Jean-Pierre Rehm
Studied Modern Literature and Philosophy. Taught History and Theory of Art. Curated several contemporary art exhibitions, wrote for various media, used to be a member of the editorial board of Cahiers du Cinéma and regularly writes for catalogues. Until 2012, he directed the postgraduate programme at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Lyon. Since 2001, he is at the head of the Marseille International Film Festival.

João Tabarra
João Tabarra (Lisbon, 1966) studied photography at Ar.Co (Centre for Art and Visual Communication) and currently lives and works in Lisbon. He began exhibiting regularly at the end of the 80’s, having today a solid path that includes participating in important national and international exhibitions, both individually and as part of collectives. He is represented in prestigious (institutional and private) collections to which his artworks belong, both in Portugal and abroad. He continues to develop and exhibit his work, and is often invited to take part in conferences, debates and master classes in renowned institutions. In 2015, he is invited to develop his investigation for PHD in the Algarve University, “Biotope: Contemporary Biopolitics for the Inner Citadel”, thesis Supervisor/ advisor: Nicole Brenez. João Tabarra is currently teacher at the Moving Image in the Media Arts department, at the HGK Karlsruhe university for Arts and Design, Karlsruhe, in Germany.

27 OCT / from 3.00pm to 7.00pm, Culturgest – Room 5

Strategic Planning Session
How, when and where to launch your film? An insight into the contemporary festival landscape and a discussion on the most suitable strategies and submission possibilities for your film.

Jasmin Bašić
Film historian and curator. Collaborations with several festivals and with the Geneva University of Arts & Design, Tangier’s Cinematheque, La Virreina Image Centre (Barcelona), the Croatian Audiovisual Center, the French Cinematheque, the Pompidou Centre, Cahiers du Cinéma and the Forum des Images (Paris). She has curated retrospectives on Charles Burnett, David Cronenberg, Michael Snow, Harun Farocki, Atom Egoyan and the Yugoslavian Black Wave.

29 OCT / from 3.00pm to 5.00pm, Culturgest – Room 5

The workshop is only open to Arché participants