Saturday 13 May, 10:00, Open Society Georgia Foundation
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
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
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
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.
SUNDAY 14 MAY 17:00, FRONTLINE CLUB GEORGIA
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
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