FIDLAB #9 (July 13 - 14, 2017)
|FIDlab offers a meeting place for discussing film projects selected from all over the world, in order to offer film-makers an opportunity to make useful contacts and network with producers, distributors, international sales agents, sponsors, and broadcasters.
Each year 10 international projects are selected, chosen with no specific format requirements regarding format, length, or subject matter, and including both fiction and documentary films whether they are at the writing stage, in production, or post-production.
FIDLab lasts for two days - visual and oral presentations are followed by one-to-one meetings. Different from a market or a platform purely for promotion, FIDLab offers the professional audience a chance to see not only images (locations, rushes, first edits) but also artistic and film influences that may increase our understanding of the work in progress.
In a diverse, international context, FIDLab aims to reinforce projects chosen not only for their artistic and creative qualities, which coincide with the FIDMarseille’s editorial ethos, but also for their international potential and market accessibility. The details of documents required to complete your application can be found on our website. Online registration will be taken into consideration once these documents have been received.
|Principles of the FIDLab
→ 10 film projects from all over the world selected by the FIDMarseille, at every stage of production.
→ Meetings between coproducers, distributors, production aid funds, or other potential fund providers for production, diffusion and distribution.
→ 2 days during the festival to arrange private meetings, and a personalized accompanying programme.
→ Visual presentation of the project during a meeting with the audience.
→ Awarding of a prize.
→ Any fiction film or documentary project
→ Projects coming from all over the world
→ At every stage of production: writing, making, post-production
→ Of any length, any format
→ The project must be brought in by a producer (film-makers can turn into producers)