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Final Cut in Venice

The second edition of the workshop Final Cut in Venice will take place from 31 August to the 1 September 2014 as part of the Venice Film Market. The Venice Film Festival intends to provide concrete support to complete films coming from African countries, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria.
The Final Cut in Venice workshop consists in two days of work in which up to 6 films selected as work-in-progress copies will be presented to producers, buyers, distributors and organizers of international film festivals, to facilitate their post-production process, promote possible co-production partnerships and access to the distribution market. There will be opportunities for networking, encounters and gatherings in which the directors and producers can meet the participants in the workshop. Read more >>



FINAL CUT IN VENICE (English)

1. DATE AND LOCATION
The second edition of the FINAL CUT IN VENICE workshop will take place from August 31 to September 1, 2014 during the Venice Film Market of the 71t Venice International Film Festival (Lido di Venezia, August 27 – September 6, 2014).
2. OBJECTIVES
The Festival’s purpose is to provide concrete assistance in the completion of films from Africa and from Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria; and to offer producers and directors an opportunity to present films still in the production phase to international film professionals and distributors in order to facilitate post-production and promote co-production partnerships and market access.

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FINAL CUT IN VENICE (Français)

1. DATE ET LIEU
La deuxième édition de l’atelier FINAL CUT IN VENICE aura lieu du 31 août au 1 septembre 2014 dans le cadre du Venice Film Market de la 71e Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica (Lido de Venise, 27 août - 6 septembre 2014).
2. OBJECTIFS
La Mostra souhaite apporter une aide concrète à l’achèvement de films provenant de  pays africains et de la Jordanie, du Liban, de la Palestine et de la Syrie et offrir à leurs producteurs et réalisateurs l’opportunité de présenter des films en phase de post-production à des professionnels du monde entier, dans le but d’enfaciliter la postproduction et leur accès au marché, ainsi que de promouvoir d’éventuels partenariats de coproduction.

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