TorinoFilmLab picks nine for 2014
Seventh edition of the development scheme will include nine projects of first or second feature films.
TorinoFilmLab has unveiled its selection for FrameWork 2014.
The seventh edition of the development scheme will include nine projects of first or second feature films, representing ten countries. The participants will work on their projects throughout two week-long workshops under the guidance of international experts.
Following these workshops, there will be a public pitch at the TorinoFilmLab meeting event, held during the 32nd Torino Film Festival. The jury will assign production awards (starting from €50,000), while an audience award (€30,000) will be given to the project most voted for by the attending decision makers.
TorinoFilmLab’s partners will also award various prizes.
The projects, formed in majority from TorinoFilmLab’s Script&Pitch programme, are:
- Aleli by Ana Guevara & Leticia Jorge, producer Agustina Chiarino (Uruguay)
- Carbon by Michalis Konstantatos, producer Yorgos Tsourgiannis (Greece)
- Hunting Season by Natalia Garagiola, producer Benjamin Domenech (Argentina)
- Kodokushi by Janus Victoria (Philippines), producer Masumi Soga (Japan)
- Pigs on the Wind by Stergios Paschos, producer Phaedra Vokali (Greece)
- Popeye by Kirsten Tan, producer Weijie Lai (Singapore)
- Quit Staring At My Plate by Hana Jusic, producer Ankica Tilic (Croatia)
- Sal by William Vega, producer Andrea Gutiérrez & Oscar Ruiz Navia (Colombia)
- The Wound by John Trengove (South Africa), producer Elias Ribeiro (Brazil)