FILM+ Virtual Bootcamp 2020
A big thank you to Laura Grigoriu for helping us with the #MakingOf video.
Warm regards and good luck wishes for all our participants! We are so happy we had the chance to meet & guide out participants to achieving their dreams. It was also a wonderful thing for us to see the appealing interest for documentaries rise at this edition!
The online tutors who joined the Film+ #VirtualBootcamp are: Alexander Nanau and Monica Lăzurean-Gorgan (documentary filmmakers); Ada Solomon and Anamaria Antoci (producers); Alex Trăilă (audiovisual consultant), Ana Draghici (cinematographer); Adrian Sitaru, Tudor Cristian Jurgiu and Paul Negoescu (directors); Roxana Szel, Alexandru Radu and Andrei Gorgan (editors).
FILM + announces the participants of the fifth edition, following the open call for projects submitted this summer.
From the 108 projects proposed by filmmakers from Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania and Serbia, 16 projects were selected for this edition, of which: five documentary feature films, two fiction feature films and nine fiction short films.
Representatives of selected projects from Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Serbia will meet in October in Bucharest, depending on the situation in Romania related to the COVID-19 pandemic, in a residence including masterclasses, individual guidance sessions , laboratories, followed by the establishment of the work schedule for each project, tailored to their needs. The work program of the fifth edition of FILM+ will also include, in the first part of 2021, working sessions in Chișinău, Belgrade and Sofia.
The projects selected for the 5th edition of Film + are:
Work in Progress:
FILM+ Expanded: Elena Morar – Tender is the Night, ROMÂNIA, fiction short
FILM + presented the highlights of the program in a special meeting during the Romanian Days section of TIFF 2020, on August 6th, from 5PM, at CASA TIFF.
Ana Drăghici, cinematographer, Anamaria Antoci, producer, Paul Negoescu, director and Alex Trăilă, cinema consultant, the FILM+ co-founders, took part in a Q&A session with the audience interested in finding out more about the alternative means of support for independent productions from Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria and Serbia.
Sofia Meetings is a co-production market with a Works in Progress section which has the mission to increase the exposure of European films and talents and support promising European projects along with developing a space for networking within the A/V industry. Sofia Meetings is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Union, Bulgarian National Film Center, Sofia Municipality and Ministry of Culture.