8 lectures about: Production Conditions
It takes two to trust. Revisiting the set of Shirley (Encounters 2020), space-bending director Josephine Decker and moving-image architect Sturla Brandth Grøvlen retrace the steps of their initial film performance together.
Expect hierarchies to break and hybridity to rule. Queer film collectives selected for this year's Panorama pull together: members of Singaporean 13 Little Pictures team up with Jünglinge to envision the many futures of collaborative filmmaking anew.
For sex-positive director Erika Lust, the production process is key to changing the androcentric space of porn and mass media. Yet Erika’s ethics are by no means restricted to pornography and break new ground when it comes to the place of social responsibility in filmmaking.
In the midst of our week of Mistakes, producer and writer extraordinaire James Schamus (The Ice Storm, Brokeback Mountain) takes to the floor to broaden our minds about the many states of failure and offers an insightful presentation, soberly titled, "Killing It: Career Suicide."
In dialogue with Talents from around the world, Tendo Nagenda, the VP of Original Films at Netflix, shares his views on the future of the streaming platform and the kinds of stories, formats and audiences he is on the lookout for when it comes to younger generations of filmmakers.
Cinema is full of sex and desire - explicit and as a metaphor. Directors Marcio Reolon, Filipe Matzembacher, Mónica Lairana and João Pedro Rodrigues compare approaches to dealing with sexuality and intimacy on screen and set.
Co-producing a film is a long-term commitment for the parties involved. Co-producers from France, Brasil and Argentina uncover the hidden elements of their fruitful collaboration.
Cinematography is still a little boys’ club. Legendary DoPs Agnès Godard and Nancy Schreiber discuss their methods of collaborating on set, the possibilities opened up by new technologies, and how to keep the focus and change the picture for women in film.