Mon 27 Mar 2017, 6 pm
Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab is a pioneering and in-depth program specializing on script and production for Southeast Asian filmmakers (who start producing the 1st, 2nd or 3rd feature film).
The program lasts for 9 months, including 3 meetings in October, February and June. The project will be selected annually. The directors and producers of each project will receive an invitation.
At the last edition of SEAFIC, the “Cu Li Never Cries” Project (directed by Pham Ngoc Lan, produced by Phan Dang Di) was one of five selected projects. It is also one of the 15 film projects that recently gained support from the Cinéfondation, a cinema foundation founded by the Cannes Film Festival.
On 27 Mar, Pham Ngoc Lan and Raymond Phathanavirangoon (SEAFIC Executive Director) will have a talk at the TPD to introduce the benefits of script development and production training, share experiences after joining SEAFIC last season, as well as how to apply for the next SEAFIC.
In particular, SEAFIC 2017 accepts direct project introduction. Each filmmaker will have a meeting (on Tue 28 Mar) with Raymond to present his/her own project. Registration form
– 6 – 6.30 pm : Tea party, networking time
– 6.30 – 7.30 pm : Introduction to SEAFIC 2017 and Q&A
– From 7.30 pm : Director Pham Ngoc Lan shares his experiences participating in SEAFIC 2016
– From 8 pm : Tea party, Networking
For more information, please check the website
(Hotline: 098 918 9099 – Mr. Nguyen Hoang Phuong)
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The Centre for Assistance and Development of Movie Talents was established with the purposes of designing and implementing programs to assist and develop movie talents and other activities for the development of Vietnamese cinema.
Translated by Hanoi Grapevine
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