A concept-based digital workshop divided into 2 sessions.
The development of TV Series requires a mix of creativity and a genuine sense of team spirit between writers, story editors and other stakeholders such as producers and broadcasters.
The aim of the workshop is to offer to international professionals the tools necessary to develop their own original and ambitious TV Series projects.
The workshop is concept-based, which means that participants exclusively work on the concept of the TV series project. In case of projects based on novels, short stories or other literary works, applicants must present a secured option for the work they wish to adapt.
The workshop is divided into 2 development sessions:
- a first 5 day-long session, where participants discuss their work in group sessions and one-on-one meetings with their tutors
- then, participants have 3 weeks to rework their materials
- a second 2 day-long session, where participants share and discuss their work again in individual meetings with their mentors and group sessions with other participants.
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1st session: 9th - 13th May 2022
2nd session: 6th - 10th June 2022
20 project teams of international professionals (scriptwriters, directors and producers) have been selected for the workshop and have been divided into 5 groups, to work on their concept alongside peers and a tutor with a substantial international experience as a script consultant.
Let’s know them a bit more!
ALL WILL BE WELL
Lisa Herbers and Lucie Trémolières (France/Germany)
When they wake up in 2110, four successful neurotics arrive in a world that does not value anything they used to live for: money, fame, power.
Victoria Fiore and Aleksandra Bilic (Italy/Bosnia)
In the infamous Spanish Quarters of Naples, Addolorata (60) has lost her grip and her empire is crumbling; what has led her family to this imminent demise?
Paulina Križic and Valentina Mavretic (Croatia)
This is the story of a book club composed of successful women who decide to change their boring everyday life with an interesting social challenge. At the weekly club gatherings, each of the members is challenged to become a character from a controversial novel for one day.
Aleksandra Czenczek (UK)
Oxygen is running out. One child could save the world. A mother is forced to choose between that gifted child and her own daughter.
Ernest Lesmana and Giovanni Rustanto (Indonesia)
A journalist investigates an old unsolved murder case. She soon unveils the truth about the victim’s dysfunctional family and the origins of their mystical beliefs.
IN OUR IMAGE
David Steiner (France/Canada)
In contemporary Europe, a father uploads his dying teenage son’s mind into a computer, against the will of his wife.
KISS MY FEET
Daan Gielis and Mark van de Grift (Netherlands)
The well-oiled relationship of Max (37) and Daphne (38) is put on edge when a guru enlists Max to help build an international brand. Once part of the spiritual community, it appears that trust in each other vanishes by the day.
LAND OF NARI
Ovsanna Gevorgyan and Ofelya Tovmasyan (Armenia)
An ill-managed power plant demolition floods Nairi with radioactive waste, which strikes young people of the town with sleeping sickness and causes them to die from terrible nightmares.
Ira Serebriakova (Ukraine)
In 1910, four young artists come from Ukraine to Paris and join the international movement of “Les inde´pendants.”
Elisabeth Felson (France)
Mary doesn’t want to marry. In this reimagined contemporary England, she doesn’t have the choice. But Mary, who has a girl for a lover, rocks the boat.
Mattia Napoli and Emilie Dubois (Italy/France)
“Now if I carry out this oath, and break it not, may I gain forever reputation among all men; but if I break it may the opposite befall me.”
Yoav Roeh and Asaf Saban (Israel)
Yael and Uri vowed to be truthful with each other, but their extreme loyalty to their country, Israel, puts their relationship, and ultimately their lives, at risk.
Adina Istrate (Romania/UK)
SOFT POWER charts the rise and fall of an instigating and morally corrupt First Lady, complicit in her dictator husband’s crimes.
TELL ME WHAT TO FEEL
Vilde Moberg (Norway)
Ada gets diagnosed with the BRCA-1 gene and the vague idea of baby-breeding is suddenly something that must happen ASAP or not at all.
Cristina Puccinelli and Sarah Sammartino (Italy)
A high school class wants to fail their exams to go against the world's rules, but a worldwide catastrophe stops them.
Thanos Anastopoulos and Dimitris Nakos (Greece)
An epidemic falls in the cotton fields of a small greek provincial town. A sudden investigation of a long forgotten crime and a modern take on the Oedipus myth. A noir mini series in 6 episodes and an Epilogue.
Terhi Kylliäinen and Eeva Putro (Finland)
A cell biologist, recovering from a personal loss, gets drawn into the dark world of deep ecologists.
Letícia Simões and Mariana Bardan (Brazil)
A story about female overcoming through the lives of four women who face together the difficulties of living in Brazil in the 1990s.
THIS IS NOT HAPPENING
Anna Fredrikke Bjerke (Norway)
When a family patriarch is put in a medically induced coma, his adult children are forced to spend time under the same roof for the first time since leaving the nest.
WEST OF EDEN
Anna Borafull and Rocío Sabián (Spain)
Spain, 1962. First tourists arrive at Carmen’s neighborhood, disturbing its world of extravagant characters.
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