Masterclasses

Saturday 13 May, 10:00, Open Society Georgia Foundation

FILM PRODUCER’S TOOL KIT BY ULLI PFAU

This year we have a unique opportunity for all budding producers starting out in the documentary film industry. One of Germany’s most prodigious documentary film producers, Ull Pfau will be presenting a beginner’s guide to producing documentary film. Given Mr. Pfau’s outstanding career, that spans 40 years and includes numerous pres-tigious awards, this is a great chance to get exclusive access to some invaluable insights into producing.

 

SATURDAY 13 MAY, 18:00 – CINEMA HOUSE

EDITING A DOCUMENTARY OR BRINGING A STORY TO LIFE BY MARY LAMPSON

MASTERCLASS AND SCREENING OF ‘HARLAN COUNTY, USA’

Our special guest, legendary editor Mary Lampson, shares some of her insights into editing. From her award-winning career, that spans more than 20 films, we have a unique opportunity to learn about the art of binging a story to life from one of America’s most prolific documentary film editors.

Moderator Nik Voigt

 

SATURDAY 13 MAY, 16:00, AMIRANI 3

BALTIC LYRICAL DOCUMENTARY BY AUDRIUS STONYS

MASTERCLASS AND SCREENING OF ‘WOMAN AND THE GLACIER’

An intimate look into the stories and stylistic patterns of the Baltic

documentary school presented by Lithuania’s one of the most pro-found documentary filmmakers – Audrius Stonys and an expert of the field – Tue Steen Müller.

Moderator Tue Steen Müller

 

MONDAY 15 MAY, 20:00, AMIRANI 3

AUTHOR’S POINT OF VIEW – PIRJO HONKASALO

It is our great privilege to welcome this year’s filmmaker in focus: the multi-talented, award winning Finish filmmaker Pirjo Honkasalo. After the screening of her film “The 3 Rooms of Melancholia” we will be treated to an entertaining discussion between her and the enigmatic veteran of documentary film, Tue Steen Müller.

Moderator Tue Steen Müller

 

SUNDAY 14 MAY 17:00, FRONTLINE CLUB GEORGIA

CREATIVE RE-INTERPRETATION OF ARCHIVE MATERIAL GIEDRĖ ŽICKYTĖ

Creative re-interpretation of archive material, style and content challenges. How to make archives work as a film narrative instead of direct illustration. Legal and financial aspects.

 

MONDAY 15 MAY 17:00, FRONTLINE CLUB GEORGIA

DOCUMENTARY FILM SCORE BY OLAJIDE PARIS

Olajide Paris, studied composition and orchestration in Santa Monica College, LA City College and California state university. For the festival he will give a masterclass on the subject of soundtrack recording or building Georgia’s Soundtrack Industry

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