From the idea to the project: tips to develop your film

Why embarking yourself on a film journey?
How to make sure that you are ready for a long time relationship?
How to sustain the development?
How to put your project in the spotlight from the development stage?
When to drop a project & why?

If you are a member of EWA Network, you can join this unique webinar with the producer Ada Solomon and get advice on how to develop a film project and have the opportunity to ask your questions and get to know other fellow members of the EWA network.


Through an online space where EWA members from all around can connect and know each other, we organise once per month a meeting where an expert introduces a topic followed by Q&A and members can interact.

Each meeting will last 90 minutes and include 20 members at maximum. An invitation to join including all information will be sent to all members.

If you are not a member you can become one here

Ada Solomon is a Romanian producer and the founder of Hi Film Productions and Micro Film. She has produced films presented and awarded in the most prestigious festivals such as Cannes, Berlin, Locarno, Venice and Sundance.

Her credits include I DO NOT CARE IF WE GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS BARBARIANS (Radu Jude, 2018, Grand Prix Chrystal Globe in Karlovy Vary IFF), AFERIM! (Radu Jude, 2015, Silver Bear Berlin) and CHILD’S POSE (Calin Peter Netzer, 2013, Golden Bear Berlin). She has worked with most promising filmmakers from Romania, from Cristian Nemescu to Ivana Mladenovic, from Alexandru Solomon and Razvan Radulescu to Adrian Sitaru and Paul Negoescu- to name just few. Ada has co-produced with over 15 European countries and has released her films in over 50 territories. She has been in charge of production services for projects such as Franco Zeffirelli’s CALLAS FOREVER and Maren Ade’s Oscar-nominated TONI ERDMANN.

She is the Executive President of the European Women’s Audiovisual Network, the Romanian National Coordinator of EAVE, member of the executive board of ACE, member of the board of the European Film Academy and was awarded with the European Co-production Award – Prix Eurimages at the 2013 European Film Awards and with the Central European Initiative Award at the Trieste Film Festival in 2018.