Annual workshop

The call for applications for  13th APostLab annual workshop is closed.

 

 

The workshop will take place in Luxembourg from the 1st. to the 6th. of June 2023.

Who can apply?

  • Producers – with an internationally produced feature film or series at the stage of development, financing or pre-production.
  • Post-production supervisors – working independently (or are planning to do so), or inhouse at a post-facility or film production company.

Application deadline

Sunday, March 19th, 2023 midnight (CET)

About APostLab

Amsterdam Post Lab offers programs with the aim to increase understanding and appreciation of post-production. For more than a decade APostLab has provided professionals with the knowledge and skills to manage the post-production of international feature films and series. Whether working on international art house documentaries, feature films, or delivering a series to an international streamer; APostLab offers producers and professionals the knowledge, skills and network needed to succeed.

About the Annual Workshop

The Annual Workshop is a 6-day, residential, project-based programme involving plenary sessions, group work, and individual consultation. During this intensive workshop, participants get a better understanding of the technical, financial, and creative aspects of post-production in an international production environment.

Participants work closely together in teams, designing a workflow, a schedule and a budget for the producers’ project and are assisted by internationally acclaimed industry professionals.

Participant teams will be assigned into groups, each of which will be assigned two group leaders; a producer and a post-production supervisor. The group leaders of our 13th Annual Workshop are producers Roshanak Behesht Nedjad (Germany), Antoine Simkine (France), and freelance post-production supervisors Niko Remus (Germany) and Neeltje van der Heijden (The Netherlands).

The workshop is conducted in English and accommodates 22 participants.

For a full description of one of our previous workshops click here.

The selection

Interested participants should apply in writing via the link. Applications will be evaluated by an internal jury consisting of members from the APostLab team. A selection of applicants will be invited for an interview before the final selection will be made. The delegation will be announced by mid April 2023.

Participation fees & financial support

  • For producers (with project): 1,600 EUR (+ VAT if applicable)
  • For post-production supervisors: 1,300 EUR (+ VAT if applicable)

Participation fee includes tuition fee, accommodation, meals and local transport, but excludes international travel costs to and from Luxembourg.

Participants are encouraged to connect with their local and national film funds to request support for eligible expenses. A limited number of scholarships are available for applicants requiring financial support who are unable to attain funding from their regional and national funds. APostLab, in partnership with Creative Europe MEDIA, Canada Media Fund and IEFTA provides scholarships to potential participants based on merit and need. In general priority is given to participants coming from low-production capacity countries. The CMF will support one Canadian participant previously supported through the Indigenous and/or PPRC programs and with a Canadian Broadcaster included in their financing.

 

The applications for the 13th Annual Workshop are now closed.

 

The 13th APostLab Annual Workshop is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA,  Film Fund Luxembourg, IEFTA, Canada Media Fund and our APostLab Partners

 

 

 

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