ACE Producers and Independent Film Foundation are excited to announce the 12 emerging producers selected to participate in the third edition of ACE Training Days Poland, a workshop aimed at strengthening upcoming producers from Central Eastern European countries. Focusing on “The Essentials of Co-Producing: What’s the Deal with Negotiating”, it gives the participants the opportunity to learn from established producers and film professionals and to further develop their international network. The ACE Training Days Poland is supported by the Polish Film Institute.
The 2-day interactive workshop (22 and 23 November) will include plenary sessions and case studies, as well as group meetings and round table discussions, provided with the help of ACE consultants and producers who have notably strong track records in negotiation, international financing, co-production, sales, and distribution, and who will share their knowledge and international expertise.
The Training Days Poland is connected to the ACE 33 Financing Strategies Workshop (20 – 25 November, Warsaw), which is a workshop within the ACE Annual Programme organised for the selected 18 experienced producers from Europe and beyond.
SELECTED PRODUCERS FOR ACE TRAINING DAYS POLAND:
Joanna Banach, Kosmos Production – Poland
Péter Fülöp, FP Films – Hungary
Enea Gramo, Art Film – Albania
Viki Réka Kiss, Good Kids, Hungary
Marta Krzeptowska, Orka Film – Poland
Olha Matat, Evos Film – Ukraine
Rūta Petronytė, Smart Casual – Lithuania
Livia Radulescu, Redwood Productions – Romania
Marta Romanova-Jekabsone, Kultfilma – Latvia
Ewa Sokołowska, Warsaw Film School – Poland
Gabriela Suciu, Atelier de Film – Romania
Sylwia Szczechowicz-Warszewska, Film Office – Poland
Together with the ACE Mentoring Programme, the ACE Training Days are part of ACE Springboard, a combination of programmes focusing on emerging independent producers to strengthen careers at an early stage. ACE Springboard provides participants with the tools needed to be adaptable and innovative in an ever-changing film industry – for a successful new generation of independent producers.