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Project selection for MIDPOINT Shorts 2019-2020 revealed!

MIDPOINT´s leading short-film oriented program has selected 4 short film projects from Estonia, Greece, Poland and Serbia for the upcoming edition.

August 27, 2019 programs

In September, MIDPOINT's special program will take off in Prague, the Czech Republic with its first workshop and 4 teams of writers, directors, and producers who are in the process of developing their short fiction films.

The second workshop will be organized in January 2020 in Trieste within When East Meets West Co-production Forum. The leading industry event for both East and West Europe will offer a brand-new platform for project showcase and further network.

The group leader of four selected projects is experienced Czech script consultant and acclaimed director Pavel Marek. Lithuanian producer and short film expert Marija Razgute will enrich the program as a producer tutor, guiding the producers and overall production development of the projects. 

And who are the selected talents of the 2019-2020 edition of the program?

Team Building (POLAND)
Mateusz Pacewicz (Writer/Director)  
Ludka Kierczak (Producer)        

Jungle. Law (ESTONIA)
Madli Lääne (Writer/Director)  
Anneli Ahven (Producer)      

Soul Food  (GREECE) 
Nikos Tseberopoulos  (Writer/Director) 
Eleni Kossyfidou (Producer)   

Tell No One (SERBIA)
Svetislav Dragomirović  (Writer/Director)
Nevena Savić (Producer)         

Dates and venues 
Workshop 1 / September 23–28, 2019 / Prague, Czech Republic
Workshop 2 / January 16–22, 2020 / Trieste, Italy (within When East Meets West) 

MIDPOINT Shorts 2019-2020 is realized with the support of Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and Czech Film Fund. It is presented in cooperation with When East Meets West.

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