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Thierno Ibrahima Dia
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04/09/2017
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Thierno I. Dia (Africiné Magazine)




Leila Kelani, Moroccan filmmaker




Film still from Indivision (Joint Possession) by Leïla Kilani


Filmmaker Hajooj Kuka (Sudan)




Film still from A Kasha by Hajooj Kuka


João Viana, Portuguese filmmaker born in Angola




Film still from Our Madness by João Viana


Etienne Kallos, South African film director


Film still from The Harvesters by Etienne Kallos


Libyan British filmmaker Naziha Arebi


Film still from Freedom Fields by Naziha Arebi


Egyptian Film Director Marouan Omara


Johanna Domke, filmmaker




Film still from Dream Away by Marouan Omara and Johanna Domke



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5th Final Cut in Venice, Italy. The Nominees
Leila Kilani, Hajooj Kuka, João Viana, Etienne Kallos, Naziha Arebi, Marouan Omara and Johanna Domke selected. Workshop on 3-5 Sept.

The Venice Film Festival's purpose is to provide concrete assistance in the completion of films from Africa and from Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria; and to offer producers and directors an opportunity to present films still in the production phase to international film professionals and distributors in order to facilitate post-production and promote co-production partnerships and market access.

The workshop consists of 3 days of activities, in which the working copies of the six selected films are screened to producers, buyers, distributors and film festival programmers. Networking, encounters and meetings will allow directors and producers to interact directly with the workshop participants.

The 5th edition of its workshop programme, Final Cut in Venice, taking place from September 3th to 5th, is organized by the Venice Production Bridge, in collaboration with Laser Film, Mactari Mixing Auditorium, Titra Film, Sub-Ti Ltd, Sub-Ti ACCESS Srl, Rai Cinema, El Gouna Film Festival, Festival International du Film d'Amiens, Festival International de Films de Fribourg, MAD Solutions, Eye on Films, and Institut Français.

Six projects are selected. They are directed by Hajooj Kuka (Sudan, Beats of the Antonov, 2014, People's Choice Documentary Award at the TIFF 2014, Toronto), produced by Steven Markovitz (Refugee Club c/o), Leila Kilani (Morocco, On the Edge / Sur la planche, her first feature-length narrative film), produced by Emmanuel Barrault (Dkb Productions), João Viana (Portuguese filmmaker born in Angola, The Battle of Tabatô, 2013), produced by François d'Artemare (Les Films de l'Après-Midi), Etienne Kallos (Greek-South African screenwriter and film director; in 2009, Etienne's 30-minute fiction, Eersgeborene (Firstborn), was the first Afrikaans-language film to win the Corto Cortissimo Lion for best short film at the Venice FilmFest), produced by Sophie Erbs, Michael Auret and Thembisa Cochrane (Cinéma Defacto / Spier Films), Naziha Arebi (Libyan/British artist and filmmaker, #JusticeForSalwa, 2015, short documentary), produced by Flore Cosquer (SDI Productions Ltd), Marouan Omara (Egypt) and Johanna Domke (Germany), they co-directed a previous doc, Crop, 2013, their new documentary is produced by Roman Roitman and Mark Lotfy (Monokel).



The workshop will be concluded with the awarding of prizes, in kind or in cash, for the financial support of the films in their post-production phase. A new prize will be attributed by a jury composed of three members named by the Festival Director: the Biennale Prize for the best film in post-production, of € 5,000. The other prizes will be awarded by final and irrevocable decision of the Festival Director, in conjunction with the project partners, the heads of the institutions, and the service companies providing the awarded prizes.
Three other film festivals are involved: El Gouna Film Festival ($ 5,000 awarded to one of the Arab projects); the Festival International du Film d'Amiens offering a 35mm print (without subtitles) or the participation in the production costs of a DCP (€ 2,000); a 35mm print (without subtitles) or the participation in the production costs of a DCP (€ 2,000), offered by the Festival International de Films de Fribourg;
One of the selected films will have the possibility to benefit from the Eye on Films label, that will present the film to distributors and festivals affiliated to EoF and will contribute to the communication of the film for a value of € 2,000 during its world premiere in an A-category festival. Among the partners: Rome based Laser Film (€ 15,000 for the color correction of a feature-length film, technician included); Mactari Mixing Auditorium (Paris) offering up to € 15,000 for the sound mixing of a feature-length film (sound re-recording mixer not included); Paris based Titra Film (up to € 5,000 for the production of a DCP master, French or English subtitles, i-Tunes, Google or Netflix files + a discount of € 5,000 for digital color correction); Sub-Ti Ltd. (London) offering the production of the DCP master and Italian or English subtitles for an amount of up to €7,000; Italian Rai Cinema (the purchase of two-year broadcasting rights, worth € 5,000).
Except for projects already attached to MAD Solutions, this Pan-Arab independent studio offers Marketing, publicity and distribution in the Arab World for one Arab project. There is also up to € 7,000 for the accessible contents of the film for audiences with sensory disabilities: subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired and audio description for the blind and visually impaired, with audio subtitles, in Italian or English, offered by SUB-TI ACCESS Srl (Turin). The SDH file and the audio described soundtrack for DCP will be provided;

The complete line-up:

1 - A Kasha by Hajooj Kuka (Sudan, South Africa, Qatar), fiction.
Production: Steven Markovitz (Refugee Club c/o)
A Kasha is a universal offbeat love story set in a time of civil war - but the war is in Sudan and it is happening right now. We follow Adnan, an AK47-loving rebel, his long-suffering love interest, Lina, and the army-dodging Absi, over a fateful 24 hours in a rebel-held area of Sudan.

2 - Joint Possession by Leila Kilani (Morocco, France, Qatar, UAE), fiction.
Production: Emmanuel Barrault (Dkb Productions)
Tangier's topography is in turmoil. Pharaonic real estate projects surround the Mansouria, a landlocked family estate, up for sale and coveted by Amina and her heirs. Suddenly fires lit up across the hills.

3 - Our Madness by João Viana (Mozambique, France, Portugal, Qatar), fiction.
Production: François d'Artemare (Les Films de l'Après-Midi)
Lucy is hospitalized in a psychiatric hospital in Mozambique. She dreams about her little son, Hanic, and her husband, Pak, who is a soldier of the war. One day, Lucy seizes the opportunity to run away from the hospital.

4 - The Harvesters by Etienne Kallos (South Africa, France, Greece, Poland), fiction.
Production: Sophie Erbs, Michael Auret and Thembisa Cochrane (Cinéma Defacto / Spier Films)
Jano is an obedient Afrikaans teenager whose childhood abruptly comes to an end when his Christian-fundamentalist parents bring a mysterious and manipulative orphan, Pieter, back from the city to their remote African farm to foster.

5 - Freedom Fields by Naziha Arebi (Libya, UK, Qatar), documentary.
Production: Flore Cosquer (SDI Productions Ltd)
In post-revolution Libya a group of women are brought together by one dream: to play football for their nation. But as the country descends into civil war, their personal stories of aspiration, love and struggle collide with History.

6- Dream Away by Marouan Omara and Johanna Domke (Egypt, Germany, Qatar), docufiction.
Production: Roman Roitman and Mark Lotfy (Monokel)
DREAM AWAY follows a group of young Egyptians, working in the terror-attack-shaken tourist hub Sharm El Sheikh, who are forced to redefine their future and their identity, lingering between the liberal life-style of the town and the traditional culture they originate from.

Thierno I. Dia

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   liens films

aKasha - آكاشا 2018
Hajooj Kuka

Beats of the Antonov 2014
Hajooj Kuka

Dream Away 2017
Marouan Omara, Johanna Domke

Freedom Fields - ملاعب الحرية 2017
Naziha Arebi

Indivision (Joint Possession) - ملكية مشتركة 2017
Leïla Kilani

Moissonneurs (Les) | Stropers (Die) 2018
Etienne Kallos

Notre Folie (Our Madness) - جنوننا 2018
João Viana


   liens artistes

Arebi Naziha


Auret Michael


Barrault Emmanuel


Cosquer Flore


d'Artemare François


Domke Johanna


Kallos Etienne


Kilani Leïla


Kuka Hajooj


Markovitz Steven


Omara Marouan


Speciale Alessandra


Viana João


   vnements

30/08/2017 > 09/09/2017
festival |Italie |
Mostra de Venise 2017 (Venezia 74)
74ème édition.

   liens structures

Cinema defacto
France | Paris

DKB Productions
France | PARIS

Films de l'Après Midi (Les)
France | PARIS

HuNa Productions
Libye

MAD Solutions
Égypte | Le Caire

Monokel
Allemagne | Cologne

Refugee Club
Soudan

SDI Productions
Écosse | Edinburgh

Socco-Chico
Maroc

Spier Films
Afrique du Sud | CAPE TOWN

   liens festivals


festival | France | Amiens

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