Digital Production Challenge II is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA, a programme of the European Union.
It is a workshop proposed by:
Based in Haarlem (The Netherlands), FOCAL resource is a non-profit Dutch Foundation founded by the Swiss Foundation FOCAL, and a direct beneficiary of the latter’s 24-year experience in professional training for the audiovisual industry. This experience covers the entire series of production and distribution workflows, from script to all screens and platforms.
Based in Lausanne (Switzerland) FOCAL is dedicated to professional training in cinema and audiovisual media and which has been serving the industry for over fifteen years. Its program is conceived and designed to complement and enhance a practice-oriented, life-long learning process. FOCAL operates nationally and internationally. The quality of its programme and lecturers attracts participants from around the world. Successful collaboration with European institutions and partners in the sector plays an important role in networking for film and audiovisual professionals.
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ACE Producers is an exclusive network of experienced independent film producers from Europe and Beyond.
Membership of the network is based on professionalism, mutual trust, collaborative working and openness to new ideas. A fundamental aim of ACE Producers is to encourage and enable international co-productions.
Producers with proven experience in their own countries are welcomed into the network after completing the ACE programme of advanced training, which consists of three workshops during one year.
Founded in 1993, ACE Producers, which recently relocated to Amsterdam, now has close to 200 members from more than 45 countries.
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EYE is internationally acclaimed for its knowledge of and expertise in the field of film restoration, research, and education. EYE was founded in 2010 as a result of the merger between four organizations: the Filmmuseum, Holland Film, the Filmbank, and the Netherlands Institute for Film Education. Eye is located in a modern building overlooking Amsterdam’s IJ harbor. EYE focuses on film as an art form, as entertainment, and as part of digital visual culture.
The film museum manages more than 40.000 films from all genres. But EYE does not only focus on the past: it also closely follows the latest developments in film by organizing new acquisitions, programmes, and debates in its four cinemas and exhibition space.
is a year-round, international laboratory that supports emerging talents from all over the world – with a special attention to those working on their first and second fiction feature films – through training, development, funding and distribution.
is a one-week project-based workshop, mainly designed for producers, post-production supervisors, and dedicated to post-production management.
DPC II past partners include:
FFA • Norwegian Film Institute • Lithuanian Film Centre • Polish Film Institute • Pictorion das werk • Digimage Cinema • Swiss Effects • TSF • Ficam, dig-it • Scanorama • EPI • Wajda Studio