ACE Producers is pleased to announce the sixteen producers who have been selected to attend the 1st edition of the ACE Series Special later this year.
All selected participants are experienced producers who want to integrate a series division into their companies and/or deepen their knowledge of developing and producing TV drama series for an international audience. They were each selected with a series project in the early stages of development. Eleven different countries are represented in the selection: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Switzerland.
Regarding the selection, ACE director and head of studies, Jacobine van der Vloed said, “We are thrilled to have such a prestigious group of international producers, with exciting series projects, selected for the first edition of the ACE Series Special – and it’s great to have producers from both inside and outside of the ACE network. It promises to be a fruitful week at our hosts’, the VAF (the Flanders Audiovisual Fund) in Brussels this November”.
In collaboration with VAF (the Flanders Audiovisual Fund) and supported by Flow Postproduction, Casa Kafka Pictures and Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Flanders, the 6-day workshop will be held from the 4th to the 9th of November 2019 in Brussels.
Focusing primarily on the creative and financial aspects of TV series production, the ACE Series Special will also offer sessions on distribution, audiences, international approaches and business strategies, with a two-day course in the use of story development tools for TV drama. The workshop will give the producers a chance to network with their peers, discuss their projects during one-to-one meetings with experts and during the interactive group session dive deeper into the different aspects of series production.
ACE SERIES SPECIAL 1 – PRODUCERS & PROJECTS
Emilie Blézat – France – Sciapode
“Paradise Institute” written by David Dusa, Mike Sens and Emilie Blezat
Stienette Bosklopper – The Netherlands – Circe Films
“Life Science” written by Stienette Bosklopper
Martichka Bozhilova – Bulgaria – Agitprop
“Babyland” written by Simona Nobile, Dianne Jones and Martichka Bozhilova
Fiona Copland – New Zealand – Field Theory Media
“Authenticity” written by Caroline Grose and Sean Williams
Oliver Damian – Germany – 27 Films Production
“DarkSky” written by Peter Koller
Damon D’Oliveira – Canada – Conquering Lion Pictures
“Four Queens” written by Suzette Couture
Kaleena Kiff – Canada – Curiosity Pictures
“Until I Find You” directed by Adam Kane and written by John Irving
Christian Frederik Martin – Norway – Friland Produksjon
“Bloodlust” Writers: Sara Johnsen and David Dusa
Christof Neracher – Switzerland – Hugofilm
“The Art of Disappearance” directed by Bettina Oberli
and written by David Sandreuter and Thomas Ritter
Helen Perquy – Belgium – Jonnydepony
“Decimation” written by Philippe De Schepper, Bas Adriaensen
Dries Phlypo – Belgium – A Private View
“Ghosts of the Past” directed by Robin Pront, written by Veerle Baetens
Ferenc Pusztai – Hungary – Paprika Studios
“Hard Diplomacy” written by Mikko Pölla and Roope Lethinen
Arash T. Riahi – Austria – Golden Girls
“People of Good Will” directed by Arash & Arman T. Riahi (Riahi Brothers)
and written by Klaus Oppitz
Oda Schaefer – Germany – K5 Film
“MUTi” written by Mukunda Michael Dewil
Frans van Gestel – The Netherlands – Topkapi Films
“The Life” directed by Giancarlo Sanchez and
written by Chris Westendorp and Esther Duysker
Bart Van Langendonck – Belgium – Savage Film
“Sylvia Kristel” directed by Michaël R. Roskam and written by Dimitri Verhulst