10.02.2015 - Roberto Amoroso, Edward Berger, Antony Root, Anna Winger, Jörg Winger, moderated by Paul Trijbits
Accomplished television and film producer Paul Trijbits (FISH TANK, THE CASUAL VACANCY) will dive into familiar depths and unveil the methods and workflows of serial storytelling and producing. In the first half of this extended session, entitled 'Episode 1: There is Space for More – Creative Storytelling from the Idea to the Set,' Trijbits will welcome the masterminds behind the brand new German series DEUTSCHLAND 83. Creators Anna Winger and Jörg Winger join to deliver a keynote presentation followed by a discussion with series lead director Edward Berger (Jack) about the principles and methods of their work and how the serial format lends itself to creactive collaboration and new production paradigms. After a short intermission, Trijbits will shift gears to 'Episode 2: Seasonal Greetings – Local and International Drama Series Production' and welcomes Antony Root (HBO Europe) to deliver a keynote talk about his years of experience spearheading drama series productions tailor-made for the rising local markets in Eastern Europe (UMBRE). Roberto Amoroso, Sky Italia executive and teacher at "Serial Eyes," a Berlin-based post-grad course on TV writing and producing, will shed insight on highprofile drama series production (1992).
Co-CEO of UK film and television production company FilmWave. He was previously Managing Director at Ruby Films & Television, and before that the Head of the UK Film Council’s New Cinema Fund. His production credits include Cary Fukunaga's JANE EYRE, Stephen Frears's TAMARA DREWE, Paul Greengrass's BLOODY SUNDAY, Andrea Arnold's FISHTANK and Kevin McDonald's TOUCHING THE VOID. He recently produced the BAFTA and Golden Globe-nominated SAVING MR. BANKS, J.K. Rowling's THE CASUAL VACANY, an event television series for the BBC and HBO. His latest film, Vincent Perez’s ALONE IN BERLIN, premiers in the Competition of this year’s Berlinale, while John Carney’s SING STREET premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.