A IDS | MIA partecipare a brevi “talk” di 15 minuti all’insegna del ‘learning by sharing’.

Alcuni experts condivideranno con il pubblico una propria esperienza emblematica, sia positiva che negativa: un caso specifico, un’idea brillante, un punto di vista originale, una modalità fuori dagli schemi che possa essere di ispirazione per colleghi o esperti anche di settori diversi.

16 ottobre
10.30- 10.45 Axel Arno
10.45-11.15 Catherine Olsen

11.30 -12.00 Pausa

12.15-12.30 Nathalie Verdier

17 ottobre
15.00-15.15 Eugenio Farioli Vecchioli
15:15-15:30 Charlie Phillips
15:30-15.45 Matteo Moretti
15.45-16.00 Georg Tschurtschenthaler
16.00- 16.15 Paul Pauwels
16.15-16.30 Paolo Pallavidino
16.30-16.45 Clémence Coppey

17.00-18.30 pitch pubblico
one-to-one progetti selezionati al pitch pubblico

18:30-19.00 Andrea Bellavita (con traduzione dall’italiano all’inglese)

16 ottobre 10.30 – 10.45
Axel Arno (SVT)
Start Me Up

The attention span of your audience has never been shorter. Therefore, the beginning of your film is more crucial than ever. Without a good start, your story will be lost. So how do you do it?Axel Arno talks about what turns him on – and what doesn’t.

16 ottobre 10.45-11.15
Catherine Olsen (Passionate4doc)
The Magic of a Great Trailer

You’ve got to have a great story… but then your trailer is the most important funding and marketing tool you have. 
What’s the difference between a trailer that helps get you get your documentary financed, and one that doesn’t?
Catherine Olsen who was a Commissioning Editor for the CBC for 20 years will show  us examples of both.

16 ottobre 12.15-12.30
Nathalie Verdier (ARTE France)
Don’t be afraid to dream big! Or the making of “The Adventurers of Modern Art”

A young producer, a start-up, a 6×52-min series on the birth of modern art. A large and very ambitious project with an unusual approach, mixing archive material, animation, stop motion and drawings. A considerable budget and a hard fact: cultural slots don’t usually pre-buy series…unless they find people who aren’t afraid of dreaming big. Nathalie Verdier (ARTE France)

17.10 ottobre 15:00-15:30
Eugenio Farioli Vecchioli (Rai Storia) 
Italy: a journey into beauty

High definition documentaries and multimedia contents. Between history, art and culture a project to evoke the extraordinary Italian cultural and artistic heritage.

17 ottobre 15:15-15:30
Charlie Phillips (The Guardian)
Films that make the world feel changed

Does every documentary have to cause social and political revolution? Do audiences want to be told what to do? Sometimes you want a film that makes you think  and changes the world around you, that’s a revolution in a different way. Find out more.

17 ottobre 15.30-15.45
Matteo Moretti (Università di Bolzano)                                                                       
Cross the Disciplines
How to combine different tools (infographics, interactive maps and films) from different disciplines (design, documentary filmmaking and the web) to create new storytelling patterns: ” People’s Republic of Bolzano” is a crossmedia production which opens a new window on the Chinese community in Bolzano. 

17 ottobre 15.45-16.00
Georg Tschurtschenthaler (Gebrueder Beetz)
Supernerds – A transmedia project to make digital surveillance tangible

Stage Play, TV-Live-Event, Second-Screen, Suddenlife Gaming, 90min Documentary, Book…  exploring the phenomenon of web activists and “new dissidents”.   Producer Georg Tschurtschenthaler shares key learnings, do’s and don’s of the project, and gives an optimistic perspective on the possibilities of transmedia storytelling.

17 ottobre 16.00- 16.15
Paul Pauwels (EDN Denmark)
Better than fiction – life witnessed!

Europe witnesses an economical/humanitarian crisis. Dark ghosts from the past loom up again. “Information” has become synonymous with  “entertainment”.  Documentary filmmakers tell the stories that matter but big fights to make sure that they make it to the audience are ahead. Are we ready for that struggle?

17 ottobre 16.15-16.30
Paolo Pallavidino (EIE Film)
Out of control

It is becoming ever clearer that, as well as excellent technique, a good producer/director/writer needs to develop skills that come only with experience: trusting your own and other people’s intuitions and letting go of your fears and sometimes even your convictions. Our fun dynamic interactive sessions will give you an opportunity to assess how good you are at trusting and letting go. Are you ready to throw off the shackles or afraid of losing control?      

17 ottobre 16.30-16.45
Clémence Coppey (FRANCE 3)
Shoot the Place You Live In

There are places TV never goes. There are points of view you have never heard. There are people who could become professional directors thanks to your slot. There are collective projects many commissioning editors would like to be part of… Try this idea: a competition for short programmes (3 mins max) in your own country. Shoot the place you live in! We did it on France 3. Make it European!