Works in Progress will give you a sneak preview of the upcoming Nordic feature films. You will see exclusive clips/scenes from each film and a short interview with the director and/or producer of the film. The presentations create early awareness of the films, and provide the participants an intimate and unique meeting with the films.
This year’s Works in Progress takes place Thursday August 20th.
In our work in progress programme we present around 20 feature films in post-production looking for festivals, distributors and sales agents. Out of these, around 8 films with a cutting-edge approach will be nominated to the Eurimages Project Lab Award (50 000 Euro).
The deadline to apply with your project is July 3 2020.
Click HERE for project criteria, submission form and more information.
Time and place of presentation
Works in Progress will take place in Haugesund on Wednesday 19 August.
The audience at Works in Progress consists mainly of professional buyers, festival programmers, film financiers and sales agents.
The director/producer will talk about the film in English and the whole presentation lasts for a maximum of 12 minutes. The presentation consists of three components:
1. A short introduction of the director and the film.
2. 2-3 film clips (altogether 5-8 minutes), introduced by the director and/or producers.
3. A brief Q&A with the moderator.