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Iniciátoři:
Zipp - česko-německé kulturní projekty

Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm (Mezinárodní lipský filmový festival dokumentárních a animovaných filmů)
www.dok-leipzig.de

Institut dokumentárního filmu, Praha
www.docuinter.net

Producenti:
endorfilm, Praha
www.endorfilm.cz

JIŘÍ KONEČNÝ, producent
V roce 2004 dokončil studia na katedře produkce pražské FAMU. V roce 1999 založil pod svým jménem nezávislou filmovou produkci později přejmenovanou na endorfilm. K nejvýraznějším projektům patří celovečerní povídkový film “Radhošť” (2002, povídky: “Zahrádka ráje” Bohdana Slámy, “Otevřená krajina svobodného muže” Pavla Göbla, a “Radhošť” Tomáše Dorušky) a celovečerní dokument “Ženy pro měny” Eriky Hníkové (2003-2004). V roce 2003 dokončil dva půlhodinové krátké filmy: “Seance fiction” (Marko Simić) a “Neděle” (Marek Epstein). V letech 2003 - 2005 také pracoval jako vedoucí produkce na film Štěstí Bohdana Slámy. V současnosti je ve fázi střihu celovečerní film Pavla Göbla a Romana Švejdy “Ještě žiju s věšákem, plácačkou a čepicí”. Ve stadiu příprav je film podle scénáře Ivana Arsenjeva “Josefova cesta”. Podle knihy Jaroslava Rudiše “Nebe pod Berlínem” vzniká scénář filmu “U-Bahn”.

Kloos & Co. Medien, Berlín
www.kloosundco.de

STEFAN KLOOS, producent
vystudoval angličtinu, publicistiku a dějiny umění v Mainzu a irském Galway. Od roku 1988 působil jako novinář a rozhlasový redaktor pro mj. The Face, Der Spiegel, Die Woche, Boom, Groove, ME/Sounds, Rolling Stone, SWF3 nebo Radio RPR. Od 1994 - 1999 působil režisér a producent pro produkční společnost Me, Myself & Eye (MME) v Hamburku - scénárista, režisér a producent dvanáctidílného dokumentárního cyklu POP 2000 – 50 Jahre Popmusik und Jugendkultur in Deutschland pro německou stanici ARD. V roce 2000 cyklus získal prestižní Grimme Award. V roce 2002 založil vlastní produkční společnost Kloos & Co. Medien, která se zaměřuje na autorské dokumenty určené pro televizní nebo kinodistribuci. Od založení společnosti režíroval nebo se podílel na výrobě více než 20 hodin dokumentárních filmů. Jako lektor se zúčastnil řady dokumentárních workshopů a seminářů - Adolf Grimme Academy, MEDIA Europe a další. V roce 2005 byl jedním z vybraných začínajících producentů, kteří se zúčastnili programu “How to MIP” v Cannes. Člen European Documentary Network (EDN) a AG DOK.

Ve spolupráci s:
Mezinárodní festival dokumentárních filmů Jihlava
www.dokument-festival.cz

Porota:
Claas Danielsen (ředitel festivaluDOK Leipzig)
Susanna Helke (režisérka, Finsko)
Miroslav Janek (režisér, Praha)
Clare Paterson (producentka, redaktorka, autorka, Londýn)
Andrea Prenghyová (ředitelka IDF, Praha)

S přátelskou podporou:
Česko-německý fond budoucnosti, Ministerstvo kultury České republiky, Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH, Státní fond České republiky pro podporu a rozvoj české kinematografie, Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein: Filmwerkstatt Kiel, Hypermarket Film

Zúčastněné televizní stanice:
Arte, Česká televize, MDR, WDR, ZDF

Německý distributor:
RealFiction Filmverleih

Mentoři:
MIROSLAV JANEK (Czech Republic)
Born 1954 in Nachod, Czech Republic where he wrote, directed and produced nearly forty short films. He also worked as a film editor for the Czechoslovakian Television before immigrating to the United States in 1979. Settling down in Minneapolis, he began working as a freelance film editor and cameraman. In 1981 he began teaching filmmaking at Film in the Cities in St. Paul, MN. During his six years in Minneapolis he also produced and directed a number of independent films sponsored primarily by the local foundations. In 1986 he moved to New York City where he continued his freelance work until 1994.The next two years he spent in Treviso, Italy, collaborating with American director Godfrey Reggio on developing a multimedia project Fabrica. Since 1993 he has shot and directed many documentaries for Czech Television. Currently he resides in Prague. Since 1998 he has been teaching at the documentary department of FAMU (Film Academy in Prague).

PETER BADEL (Germany)
Peter Badel is a documentarian, director of photography of cine-documentaries as well as motion pictures, and a photographer. Born in 1953 in Berlin, he studied cinematography at Film & Television Academy in Potsdam Babelsberg. He was a director of photography in the DEFA Studios for Motion Pictures, and since 1992 he is a freelancer. Additionally, he gives symposia of cinematography and teaches at various academies. Currently he is teaching cinematography at the Film & Television Academy HFF in Potsdam. Pictorial language: I care much less about camera angles, menu items or tricks of lightning than it is generally expected from directors of photography. The starting point of all considerations is how people influence each other during the process of filming; it is about how people encounter and how they engage with each other. Personality, experiences of generations and the kind of education may vary significantly among colleagues; but all experiences I came across during my research show the same stalwart ambition for the most vital requirement in the genesis of motion pictures: trust.

NIELS PAGH ANDERSEN (Denmark)
Born in 1958, Niels Pagh Andersen started his career as an assistant to two of Denmark’s most important editors: Christian Hartkopp and Janus Billeskov Jansen. Since 1979 he has worked as a freelance film editor and has cut more than 250 films of widely different categories. Some examples of his award-winning work are: Dying - A Part of Living (dir. Dola Bonfils); Pathfinder (dir. Nils Gaup, Academy Award nomination); Betrayal (dir. Fredrik von Krusenstjerna, Nordic Panorama Prize 1995); The War Within (dir. John Fuegi and Jo Frances, International Documentary Association's (IDA) Best Documentary 1996); Portal to Peace (dir. Thomas Stenderup, Grand Prix, Krakow IFF 1997); Welcome to Denmark (Odense FF, Best Documentary Film 2003); The 3 Rooms of Melancholia (dir. Pirjo Honkasalo, 2004 Venice IFF, Amnesty Prize, IDFA, CPH:DOX - First Prize, PrixItalia); Everlasting Moments (dir. Jan Troell, Premiere 2008) and others. Has also worked in Italy, England, Germany, Switzerland, Fiji, Brazil, USA. Also works as a script editor; has lectured at film schools and universities around the world. Recently he received the Roos Prize awarded by the Danish Film Institute for outstanding efforts in documentary filmmaking.

STEPHAN KRUMBIEGEL(Germany)
Born in 1964 in Stuttgart. After becoming an engineer for media equipment he started his professional career as co-director and editor on a feature documentary about aid projects in West Africa. For several years, he worked as a freelance production manager and set coordinator on several feature fiction films. In addition, he edited numerous student films in cooperation with film students of the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg and the Berlin film schools. Since 1996, he has worked as a freelance editor of feature and documentary films. Selected filmography: Where the Sky touches the Earth (1999, dir. Frank Müller); Lost Killers (2000, dir. Dito Tsintsadze); Berlin Symphony (2001, dir. Thomas Schadt); Unternehmen Paradies (2001, dir. Volker Sattel); They've Got Knut (2002, dir. Stefan Krohmer); Familienkreise (2003, dir. Stefan Krohmer); Night before Eyes (2008, dir. Brigitte Bertele); Wiegenlieder/Lullabies (2009, dir. Johann Feindt/Tamara Trampe). Since 2001, editing lecturer at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. Since 2007, guest professor for film editing at the Babelsberg Film School Konrad Wolf in Potsdam.

CATHERINE RASCON(France)
Editor since 1983. Trained from film to video in all types of editing, short, long, experimental, musical and animation but mainly creative documentary films. Member of Varan Workshops, training for documentary filmmakers in the line of Direct Cinema. Workshops in Paris, Venezuela (2003), Portugal (2004-2006) and Vietnam (2005). Teacher at La Fémis. Member of École et Cinéma. Since the beginning of her career, Catherine has been involved in the making of dozens of films, recently e.g., Kurdish Lover (dir. Clarisse Hahn, 2009); The Burn (dir. René Ballesteros, 2009); Northern Light (dir. Sergei Loznitsa, 2008); The Outside World (dir. Stéphane Breton, 2007); The Operating Theatre (dir. Benoit Rossel, 2006); Silent Summer (dir. Stéphane Breton, 2005); Masters of Fire (dir. Mark Daniels, Véronique Berthoneau, 2002); Le Krach de 89 (dir. Patrick Cabouat, 2001), The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (dir. André van In, 1999), etc.

SUSANNA HELKE(Finland)
Documentary Filmmaker, Theorist and University Lecturer based in Helsinki and San Francisco. Member of the European Film Academy, Research Associate (visiting filmmaker/scholar) at the University of California Santa Cruz Film and Digital Media Department 2007-2008. She received a three-year (2007-2009) Finnish Cultural Foundation grant awarded for practice-based research exploring the use of documentary methods in fictional film. The project combines filmmaking and theoretical writing. Her films include Chilli kaupunki (work-in-progress), American Vagabond. Documentary films made with the co-director Virpi Suutari include Along the Road Little Child (2005); The Idle Ones (2001); A Soap Dealer's Sunday (1998); White Sky (1998); Sin (1996); Insolence (1994); Animal's Hand (1994), and others. Retrospectives: Festival of Festivals Tanska Århus 2004; Tampere Short Film Festival 2003; Hommage à Helke & Suutari 16th Travelling Film Festival, Cinema de Rennes France 2005; Crossing Europe in Linz, Austria 2006; DocLisboa 2007.

CLARE PATERSON (UK)
Freelance executive producer, author (Grow Up! 101 Essential Things Your Child Need To Know Before Leaving Home). Has worked for all the major television channels; a diverse range of programming - popular entertainment: format shows, pop docs (Half Ton Mum; Cars, Cops and Bailiffs), serious, throught-provoking documentary films about matters of social relevance (drugs, pregnant teens, homophobia, prisons, etc.). She received several awards from the Royal Television Society. When bringing a new project to life, her task involves selling the project, hiring the talent, acting as the guarantor for the broadcaster, managing the project financially and editorially, going into the edit to advise on the cut and deliver the best programme possible. She ran The Other Side, a “new talent” series of documentaries for Channel 4 mentoring new filmmakers. Studied Classics and Modern Languages at Oxford. Worked in Brussels at the EC audiovisual department, joined the BBC as a researcher, became a director (history films), joined Channel 4, rejoined the BBC as an Executive Producer, Head of Documentaries for RDF, freelancer since 2004.


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