International coproduction platformFIDLab
FIDlab is a workspace around selected film projects in response to an international call, to offer directors the opportunity for dynamic meetings with producers, support funds, broadcasters, distributors.
Each year, 10 international projects are selected, without criteria of format, duration, subject, fiction and documentary, whether at the stage of writing, development or post-production.
The FIDLab takes place in two stages: after an oral and visual presentation of the projects to the professional public, a day of individual interviews is held. Different from a market or promotion forum, the FIDLab allows project leaders to give us to see images (locations, rushes, first montages) but also artistic and cinematographic influences, which will feed our apprehension of their film in the making.
In an abundant international context, the FIDLab wishes to strengthen selected projects not only according to their artistic quality and creativity, in line with the editorial line of FIDMarseille, but also their potential for international circulation and access to the market.
Award offered by the Camargo Foundation, home of artists, researchers and thinkers based in Cassis, which will welcome the award-winning director between 4 to 8 weeks.
A prize will be awarded by the Mactari post-production studio for a project produced or co-produced by a French production company. This prize worth € 15,000 includes the provision of a mixing auditorium and / or a sound editing room, without a technician.
The subtitling company Sublimage will offer subtitling to the winning film of the award it will deliver. (translation / adaptation and tracking of subtitles, to one of these 3 languages: English, French, Spanish).
Price offered by Commune Image, cinematographic pole offering among others post-production services. This prize consists of 8 weeks of editing for a project produced or co-produced by a French production company.
Prize awarded by the post-production company Micro Climat, which will offer the laureate post-production work (image editing, sound editing, calibration, conformation) to be chosen by the laureate.
VIDÉO DE POCHE
The post-production company Vidéo de Poche will offer the winning project the creation of the film’s DCP. It will also offer a discount for the creation of DCPs for all selected projects.
This new award consists on celluloid reels offered by Kodak
and their development by Silverway Paris for an european project.