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TFL Extended - TV Series 2019

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TARGET PARTICIPANTS: International scriptwriters, directors, producers and story editors. The professional workshop is aimed at implementing the fundamental techniques and skills necessary to develop and produce successful TV Series projects.
Candidates must present a TV Series project at an early development stage.

DURATION: residential workshop in Turin from 12th to 15th April 2019.

FEE: 1.700 Euro per team of participants (max 2 participants).

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATIONS: March 8th, 2019, 12:00 p.m. CET (noon).
 

About TFL Extended – TV Series
TFL Extended – TV Series is a TorinoFilmLab training workshop addressed to teams of international professionals, who want to strengthen their techniques and skills to develop and produce a TV Series project.

TV Series production requires a mix of creativity, constant challenge and genuine sense of team spirit between writers, story editors and other stakeholders such as producers and broadcasters. The heart of the workshop is to offer to international professionals the tools necessary to develop their own original and ambitious TV Series projects.

TFL Extended – TV Series is open to up to 25 projects which will join an intensive 4-day-long workshop in Turin, from 12th to 15th April 2019.

The workshop is a combination of group sessions and master classes, aiming at implementing expertise and knowledge to create TV Series concepts and acquire a deep understanding of markets, audiences and broadcasters.

The staff of experts and trainers includes established head writers, story editors, showrunners and commissioning editors from all over the world.

One of the participants will be selected by the TorinoFilmLab team to benefit from a free accreditation to attend the Series Mania European Project and Talent Forum 2020 in Lille, France.

Who can apply?
TFL Extended – TV Series is open to professional International scriptwriters, directors, producers and story editors. The registrations can be submitted individually or in team (maximum 2 participants per team) and must be linked to a TV Series project at early development stage, which will be developed during group sessions with experts.

The working language of all the workshop, meetings and events is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate.

Confirmation is based upon reviewing the materials submitted and approval of payment.

Participation fees
Workshop participation fee: 1.700 Euro per team of participants (max 2 participants).

Early bird registration fee: 1.500 Euro per team of participants (max 2 participants) for the first 5 projects to register by February 1st .

This amount covers workshop training. Participants must pay their travel, board and lodging costs.

TFL doesn’t offer any scholarship for these workshops, but in many countries public institutions make scholarships available for this kind of training.

How to apply?
Candidates must fill the online Application form and send the requested materials – to be submitted all together in one PDF:
- an updated CV for each participant (2 pages maximum)
- project’s logline (2 lines maximum)
- concept presentation (7.500 characters, spaces included)
- audiovisual approach documents (moodboard, etc.), if available

Submitted materials should be in English or have English subtitles/translation.

Please click on the "Apply Now!" button in the right-side column of this page to access the on-line application form and submit your project. Before starting the application process, you must create an account on the TFL Visitor Page.

DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: March 8th, 2019, 12:00 p.m. CET (noon).
 

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The Workshop

In this four-day intensive course, participants will learn the fundamentals of creating viable and original TV Series concepts, including working in a team writing environment, and ensuring power and strength to ideas, that can meet the markets’ requirements and attract potential partners.

The workshop is composed of classwork, case studies and masterclasses with TorinoFilmLab experts. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss their work in one-to-one meetings with high profile tutors and in group sessions and to develop their projects with the help of a creative team of talented writers.

25 projects will be selected to work in 5 groups, each guided by a tutor with a wide international experience as a script consultant.
Throughout the workshop, the participants will test the widest range of opportunities for the creative development of their projects by working on the concept.

Beyond the training, participants will have the chance to join the TorinoFilmLab community of International and high-qualified professionals and to network with their colleagues.
 

The programme of the workshop might be subject to change.

 

These are the projects that will be participating in this year's TV Series workshop:

@Sunny by Ronnie Zidon (Israel)
Eternal City by Anne Gately and Paul Mercier (Ireland)
Grannies on the move by Nikol Cibulya and Georgina Hegedűs (Hungary)
Hemline by Oonagh Kearney and Barbara Healy (Ireland)
Sisterhood by Maaike Benschop and Sytske Kok (Netherlands)
On Set by Jana Zeineddine and Mais Salman (Jordan)
Morir de Pie by Anna M. Bofarull (Spain)
Covered by Kioumars Namiri (Germany)
Madame Reale by Laura Piani (France) and Tara Mulholland (England)
The Enchanted by Anna Marmisse (France)
September by Jørgen Færøy Flasnes (Norway)
The Surveillant by Maria Møller Christoffersen and Lars T. Therkildsen (Denmark)
Eastern by Patryk Bugajski and Ewa Stec (Poland)
Delivery by Ivona Juka and Anita Juka (Croatia)
The Possessed by Bartek Staszczyszyn and Maciej Kubick (Poland)
Zauberberg Sils Maria by Machteld van Gelder and Brechtje Schaling (Netherlands)
Mustard by Rebecca Wirkola Kjellmann and Caroline Bergendahl Arnesen (Norway)
Cinnamon Shops by Iryna Serebriakova (Ukraine)
The Millenials by Wout Malestein and Bas Broertjes (Netherlands)
Il Marchese del Lupo by Davide Mela and Andrea Scaglione (Italy)

 

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For more information please contact:
angelica.cantisani@torinofilmlab.it

This year's participants