CANNES PRODUCER’S NETWORK FELLOWSHIPS
Deadline Monday March 13, 2013
As the sole U.S. Partner Organization for the Cannes Producer’s Network, IFP is
pleased to announce its call for entries for the 2013 IFP Cannes Producer’s Network & Workshop Fellows.
Running concurrently with Cannes International Film Festival, the Producer’s Network is held May 16-22 and is specifically designed for established
Producers to build up their international networks and share expertise on the international production, financing, legal and packaging. The Producer’s Workshop, for emerging producers, is held May 15-22 and provides additional opportunities to producers with at least one feature narrative credit how to navigate Cannes and its international marketplace.
IFP annually selects and sponsors attendance for up to seven independent producers to participate in the Producer’s Network & Workshop’s
prestigious week-long immersion program. Please send a resume and one-page cover letter explaining why you should be selected
to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 13th 2013
“Through this initiative, IFP is proud to partner with Cannes Producer’s Network to continue to provide vital
opportunities for talented U.S. and international producers to collaborate,” says Amy Dotson, Deputy Director & Head of Programming.
“Applications to this Fellowship were up 50% from previous years in 2012 and we were thrilled to receive so many applications from
talented IFP members across the country.”
TRANS ATLANTIC PARTNERS FELLOWSHIP
CALL FOR ENTRY Applications live NOW for IFP’s premiere international producing program, TRANS ATLANTIC PARTNERS
Deadline March 25th, 2013
“As a U.S. mentor, it was a real honor to work with such a knowledgeable and talented group. My work with TAP was truly an inspiring collaboration and will greatly inform my work as a producer in the years to come.” Jay Van Hoy, Producer, Beginners
Erich Pommer Institut (Potsdam/Germany), Strategic Partners (Halifax/Canada) and IFP (New York/USA) proudly present a three-module, intensive training and networking Program for established film producers from Europe, Canada and the US.
Specifically designed for U.S. independent producers with more than five years of professional experience in the film and television industry (and at least one feature film or TV series produced),TAP offers a unique combination of intensive, hands-on training developing the specific creative and financial skills necessary to international co-production/ co-venturing. Featuring one to one meetings with key industry professionals, as well as networking opportunities, the program’s goal is to encourage production through the discovery of new international partners and projects throughout Europe, Canada and New York.
Recent IFP U.S. alumni producers include Ryan Zacharias (Matt Porterfield’s I Used to Be Darker – 2013 Sundance & Berlin), Alex Johnes (Eugene Jarecki’s The House I Live In – 2012 Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner), Susan Lewis (George Tillman Jr’s The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete – 2013 Sundance), Nekisa Cooper (Focus Features Pariah), Guneet Monga (Gangs of Wasseypur and Peddlers– 2013 Toronto)and Ron Simons (Blue Caprice – 2013 Sundance and the Tony Award winning revival of Porgy and Bess on Broadway).
For more information and to apply today : http://www.coproduction-training.com