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@Copyright: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH / Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris
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Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris

La fémis and the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg have created a common continuous training programme, which is validated by both schools. One session of the course takes place in London in partnership with the National Film and Television School of Beaconsfield.

Station 1 | October to December:
Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Class work, excursion to Strasbourg and start of developing short film project.

Station 2 | January:
Paris, film school La Fémis.
Class work and visit to Festival Premiers Plans d'Angers, France.

Station 3 | February:
Berlin, Berlinale.
Informative workshop during the film festival, and attendance at the Berlinale as an accredited visitor.

Station 4 | February:
London, National Film and Television School.
Class work at the NFTS in London.

Station 5 | March:
Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Class work and excursion to Munich. 

Station 6 | April:
Internship in distribution or international sales.

Station 7 | May:
Paris, Film school La Fémis.
Class work and attending the Cannes film festival as accredited visitor.

Station 8 | June to August:
Paris, film university La Fémis or Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Production of the final short film.
The main objective of the course is to offer a new generation of future producers and distributors a realistic and concrete view of present strategies in screenwriting, financing, production, distribution, marketing and selling of European cinematic works in Europe, based on cases studies from France, Germany, and the UK.

The other objective of this course is to teach participants the development in common of a commissioned production.

During the Atelier programme, participants are part of an 18-person team from an average of eight nations. 

The year is divided into classroom phases and practical work. The latter involves excursions to TV stations, film festival visits and a one-month placement in distribution or international sales. At the end of the training year you produce your own short film, which you will start to plan from the very start of the course at Atelier Ludwigsburg-Paris.

Station 1 | October to December:
Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Class work, excursion to Strasbourg and start to developing short film project.

Station 2 | January:
Paris, film school La Fémis.
Class work and visit to Festival Premiers Plans d'Angers, France.

Station 3 | February:
Berlin, Berlinale.
Informative workshop during the film festival, and attendance at the Berlinale as an accredited visitor.

Station 4 | February:
London, National Film and Television School.
Class work at the NFTS in London.

Station 5 | March:
Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Class work and excursion to Munich. 

Station 6 | April:
Internship in distribution or international sales.

Station 7 | May:
Paris, Film school La Fémis.
Class work and attending the film festival in Cannes as an accredited visitor.

Station 8 | June to August:
Paris, film university La Fémis or Ludwigsburg, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Production of the final short film.
Target groupProducers, Distributors & sales agents, Festival managers, Funders & financiers, Lawyers
Requirements This course is addressed to up-and-coming producers and distributors aged up to 30, who have graduated from a film university or other relevant course, and have gained some professional experience in the film industry.
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Without project
Junior
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1500 Additional fees for participation in accommodation and travel.
Partial Scholarships
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Included Partial
Included Partial
Included Partial

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