EDN Announces Projects Selected for Twelve for the Future
The next edition of the EDN co-production workshop "Twelve for the Future" is launching soon and we are delighted to announce the twelve projects that will participate in our workshop programme dedicated to emerging documentary talents from Nordic countries.
Twelve for the Future is a project driven co-production workshop for Nordic documentary producers and directors. The workshop is aimed at developing projects for international co-production, establishing a professional network for the participants and connecting Nordic producers, directors and financiers.
The two-part programme features a three-day development workshop in Southern Sweden in September and an additional session in January 2019 in Finland, which includes individual meetings with financiers from Nordic TV channels and film institutes. Tutors of previous editions included renowned and experienced individuals from the world of documentary filmmaking, and we again look forward to welcoming a cutting-edge team of experts and panelists for the next edition of "Twelve for the Future".
The selected projects for Twelve for the Future 2018/2019 are:
The Lawyer — Ida Kleppe & Trude Refsahl, Norway
The Choir — Amanda Pesikan & Anna Weitz, Sweden
Slave Coast Voodoo — Sarah Winge-Sørensen & Christopher Nicholson, Norway
The Art of Loving Your Mother — Selina Håkansson & Fabian Svensson, Sweden
The Hotel — Sofie Husum Johannesen & Sara Emilie Anker-Møller, Denmark
The Dolphin Enigma — Runar Jarle Wiik & Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas, Norway
Love Wins — Raimo Uunila & Lauri Danska, Finland
The Elk Forest — Ane Helga Lykka & Sven Arild Storberget, Norway
I Believe I Can Fly — Anita Beikpour & Patricia Drati, Denmark
Shoot for the Stars — Zara Zerny & Maria Møller Kjeldgaard, Denmark
Age — Malin Nicander, Åsa Ekman & Marina-Evelina Cracana, Sweden
Kaipaus - Goodbye to It All — Mina Laamo, Finland
Among the successful films that previously participated in Twelve for the Future are Bobi Jene by Elvira Lind, Fragility by Ahang Bashi, My Father from Sirius by Einari Paakkanen and Moldovan Miracle by Stian Indrevoll, just to name a few. For many newcomers in the field of international documentary filmmaking, Twelve for the Future has been a stepping stone for establishing a useful network among Nordic colleagues and financiers.
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