Nine projects developed by the TFL SeriesLab being shown at Séries Mania
by Vittoria Scarpa
- The inaugural edition of the TorinoFilmLab’s programme for TV series will bear its first fruits on 20 April at the Séries Mania Coproduction Forum in Paris
Series Lab, the brand new international programme of the TorinoFilmLab for developing innovative high-profile TV series projects, this year in its inaugural edition, will bear its first fruits at the Coproduction Forum of Séries Mania in Paris (being held from 18 to 21 April - see news article).
After three weeks of intensive work which started in January and wrapped in April under the guidance of expert tutors, the inaugural edition of the Series Lab programme – open to individuals or teams of screenwriters working on the development of unreleased projects, never before shown at other workshops or industry events – will come to a close tomorrow, 20 April, at the Forum des images, with the final presentation of the projects to an audience of important stakeholders in the international television industry.
The nine projects being shown at Paris are as follows:
Augustus – Marco van Geffen & Philip Delmaar (the Netherlands, producer: Fleur Winters)
Back in the Day – Guido Silei (Italy)
Carpathian Beat – Mira Fornay & Katarina Uhrova (Slovakia)
A.K.A. Marcus – Sarah Denoo & Sebastiaan Adriaensen (Belgium, producer: Philippe De Schepper)
Of a Different Nature – Tone Andersen & Mamdooh Afdile (Norway)
Olympics – Sandrine Joly (France)
Sweet Blood – Elza Kephart & Patricia Gomez Zlatar (Canada)
The Beehive – Domante Urmonaite & Martynas Mendelis (Lithuania)
Trauma – Marcin Kubawski & Milosz Sakowski (Poland, producer: Maciej Kubicki)
To find out more about the individual projects, click here.
SeriesLab is possible thanks to the European Union’s Creative Europe MEDIA programme, with Séries Mania as its main partner and the support of the FVG Audiovisual Fund, AGADIC and in partnership with Scuola Holden.
(Translated from Italian)
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