Jan 01 2013

Tutors EUROPEAN SHORT PITCH 2013

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We are proud to announce the name of the five professionals related with the art of scriptwriting that will be tutoring and guiding the 25 participants of the 7th edition of European Short Pitch.

Fabienne Aguado

Fabienne Aguado holds a BA in Film Studies (thesis about Jacques Tati) and a Masters Degree in Sociology. Her early professional life was spent on film sets and on writing film reviews. Her experience includes managing a film production company, running evenings for film clubs, reading scripts, being a script consultant and a regular member of juries attributing development grants.

In 1998, she helped founding the Centre for Cinematographic Scripts (CÉCI) and has been managing it for the past seven years. The CÉCI holds its offices at the Moulin d’Andé, a cultural association of international reputation located in Normandy (France) where artists have found support and inspiration over the last fifty years. It provides a permanent program for film screenwriting which supports innovative and personal projects.

Orsolya Benko

Based in Budapest, Hungary, Orsolya Benko is working as member of the script development board of the Hungarian National Film Fund. After graduating at the Faculty of Cinema Aesthetics and English Studies at ELTE University of Sciences in Budapest, she completed a research work at the Faculty of Cinema and Audiovisual at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. As part of her studies, she did a traineeship as a production and distribution assistant to Philip Bober for The Coproduction Office in Paris. She has contributed to the organisation of several film festivals in Budapest and joined the Hungarian Desk of the MEDIA Programme. She started collaborating as a script consultant in 2007 with Hungarian production companies. In 2010 she participated as a story editor trainee in the Script&Pitch Workshop organised by Torino FilmLab, and as a tutor in Nisi Masa’s European Short Pitch in 2011 and 2012.

Currently she is also cooperating on various Hungarian and international projects as a script consultant.

Nadja Dumouchel

Nadja Dumouchel’s current field of activities are script consulting, film programming, transmedia development, talent scouting and journalism. As a polyglot (French, German, English, Spanish), she is dedicated to the international art house film scene. She studied visual culture in Brighton, journalism and literature in Berlin and cinema in Valencia. Nadja worked as a programmer and commissioning editor for ARTEs short film magazine Court-Circuit. She was later hired by the international distribution and production company PREMIUM FILMS in Paris, before going back to ARTE in the feature film section in 2010.

She now contributes to the development of international film projects in collaboration with ARTE Germany, working closely with authors and directors on scripts. She is also in charge of a short film collection produced every year by the students of Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris (European production master class), as well as of the attached transmedia-project on ARTE CREATIVE. Nadja was trained as a story editor at the Torino Film Lab and has since then been working on scripts from all over the world.

Razvan Radulescu

Razvan Radulescu is a productive Romanian scriptwriter. As a director, he only made one film. He is the representative of the so-called post-revolution cinema in Romania and is part of the most successful generation of Romanian filmmakers, whose films marked the international film scene over the past decade. He studied at the Philology at the University of Bucharest and Opera Directing at the Music Academy of Bucharest. His literary debut was a collection of anthologies entitled Family Portrait, published in 1985. His 1997 novel The Life and Deeds of Elijah Cazane won the Best Debut Prize by the Romanian Writers Guild. His second novel, Theodosius the Small (2006) won the EU Prize for Litterature.

As a scriptwriter, he has collaborated with numerous successful directors such as Cristi Puiu, Cristian Mungiu and Radu Muntean. His filmography includes: STUFF AND DOUGH (2001) and THE DEATH OF MR LĂZĂRESCU (2005) directed by Cristi Puiu; THE PAPER WILL BE BLUE (2005), BOOGIE (2008) and TUESDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS (2009) directed by Radu Muntean; SHELTER, directed by Dragomir Scholev (2009). He co-wrote and co-directed FIRST OF ALL FELICIA together with Melissa de Raaf, and was the script consultant for 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS, 2 DAYS by Cristian Mungiu (2007) and for THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF NICOLAE CEAUSESCU (2011) by Andrei Ujica. Between 2005 and 2012, he was a frequent guest teacher and lecturer at Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Karlsruhe, the ESAV Marrakech and the York University in Toronto.

Leonardo Staglianò

Leonardo Staglianò was born in 1978 in Poland but he grew up in Italy. He earned an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Florence, an M.A. in Techniques of Narration from the Scuola Holden in Turin and an M.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. He wrote plays and radio dramas and published short stories in anthologies and literary magazines, including the Italian edition of Granta.

His film scripts have been selected for festivals and workshops such as the Torino Film Lab and the Biennale College – Cinema (Venice Film Festival). He has collaborated as a story editor with writers, publishing houses and film companies, among them Big Beach Films and Indiana Production Company. He’s a former participant of the European Short Pitch.

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SOURCE: http://nisileaks.wordpress.com

esp

We are proud to announce the name of the five professionals related with the art of scriptwriting that will be tutoring and guiding the 25 participants of the 7th edition of European Short Pitch.

Fabienne Aguado

Fabienne Aguado holds a BA in Film Studies (thesis about Jacques Tati) and a Masters Degree in Sociology. Her early professional life was spent on film sets and on writing film reviews. Her experience includes managing a film production company, running evenings for film clubs, reading scripts, being a script consultant and a regular member of juries attributing development grants.

In 1998, she helped founding the Centre for Cinematographic Scripts (CÉCI) and has been managing it for the past seven years. The CÉCI holds its offices at the Moulin d’Andé, a cultural association of international reputation located in Normandy (France) where artists have found support and inspiration over the last fifty years. It provides a permanent program for film screenwriting which supports innovative and personal projects.

Orsolya Benko

Based in Budapest, Hungary, Orsolya Benko is working as member of the script development board of the Hungarian National Film Fund. After graduating at the Faculty of Cinema Aesthetics and English Studies at ELTE University of Sciences in Budapest, she completed a research work at the Faculty of Cinema and Audiovisual at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. As part of her studies, she did a traineeship as a production and distribution assistant to Philip Bober for The Coproduction Office in Paris. She has contributed to the organisation of several film festivals in Budapest and joined the Hungarian Desk of the MEDIA Programme. She started collaborating as a script consultant in 2007 with Hungarian production companies. In 2010 she participated as a story editor trainee in the Script&Pitch Workshop organised by Torino FilmLab, and as a tutor in Nisi Masa’s European Short Pitch in 2011 and 2012.

Currently she is also cooperating on various Hungarian and international projects as a script consultant.

Nadja Dumouchel

Nadja Dumouchel’s current field of activities are script consulting, film programming, transmedia development, talent scouting and journalism. As a polyglot (French, German, English, Spanish), she is dedicated to the international art house film scene. She studied visual culture in Brighton, journalism and literature in Berlin and cinema in Valencia. Nadja worked as a programmer and commissioning editor for ARTEs short film magazine Court-Circuit. She was later hired by the international distribution and production company PREMIUM FILMS in Paris, before going back to ARTE in the feature film section in 2010.

She now contributes to the development of international film projects in collaboration with ARTE Germany, working closely with authors and directors on scripts. She is also in charge of a short film collection produced every year by the students of Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris (European production master class), as well as of the attached transmedia-project on ARTE CREATIVE. Nadja was trained as a story editor at the Torino Film Lab and has since then been working on scripts from all over the world.

Razvan Radulescu

Razvan Radulescu is a productive Romanian scriptwriter. As a director, he only made one film. He is the representative of the so-called post-revolution cinema in Romania and is part of the most successful generation of Romanian filmmakers, whose films marked the international film scene over the past decade. He studied at the Philology at the University of Bucharest and Opera Directing at the Music Academy of Bucharest. His literary debut was a collection of anthologies entitled Family Portrait, published in 1985. His 1997 novel The Life and Deeds of Elijah Cazane won the Best Debut Prize by the Romanian Writers Guild. His second novel, Theodosius the Small (2006) won the EU Prize for Litterature.

As a scriptwriter, he has collaborated with numerous successful directors such as Cristi Puiu, Cristian Mungiu and Radu Muntean. His filmography includes: STUFF AND DOUGH (2001) and THE DEATH OF MR LĂZĂRESCU (2005) directed by Cristi Puiu; THE PAPER WILL BE BLUE (2005), BOOGIE (2008) and TUESDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS (2009) directed by Radu Muntean; SHELTER, directed by Dragomir Scholev (2009). He co-wrote and co-directed FIRST OF ALL FELICIA together with Melissa de Raaf, and was the script consultant for 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS, 2 DAYS by Cristian Mungiu (2007) and for THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF NICOLAE CEAUSESCU (2011) by Andrei Ujica. Between 2005 and 2012, he was a frequent guest teacher and lecturer at Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Karlsruhe, the ESAV Marrakech and the York University in Toronto.

Leonardo Staglianò

Leonardo Staglianò was born in 1978 in Poland but he grew up in Italy. He earned an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Florence, an M.A. in Techniques of Narration from the Scuola Holden in Turin and an M.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. He wrote plays and radio dramas and published short stories in anthologies and literary magazines, including the Italian edition of Granta.

His film scripts have been selected for festivals and workshops such as the Torino Film Lab and the Biennale College – Cinema (Venice Film Festival). He has collaborated as a story editor with writers, publishing houses and film companies, among them Big Beach Films and Indiana Production Company. He’s a former participant of the European Short Pitch.

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