Film industry workshops
EWA Network partners up with European audiovisual professionals to offer specific courses on digital tools for filmmakers. Keep tuned!
Workshops and Online Seminars
Pitching for Directors. November 2020
EWA Network partners up with Hanna Slak to offer this training intended for directors who already have experiences pitching at international industry events.
In Slak's words, "it is especially beneficial for those who feel those past experiences were not pleasant, not good enough, no fun, stressful, or even traumatic."
Based on Slak's practical experience pitching and winning pitching prizes.
How to write effective loglines. December 2020
The workshop will be developed by Simona Nobile in two afternoon sessions with 10 participants ONLY on a first come, first served basis. The workshop is intended for writers, directors, producers and filmmakers in general who struggle at writing loglines.
Logline and synopsis are key elements of a project presentation and crucial to outline better pitches. No matter if you’re writing a feature, a documentary or a TV series. Come and join us!
EWA Network Online Hang-outs, an initiative to foster online networking
Since 2019, we have started to offer all members, including those who cannot travel regularly to festivals and markets, the same opportunities to network and get expert advice through an online space. We are calling this initiative Online Hang-Outs
EWA members from all around can connect and know each other in the webinar we organise once per month. During the hang-out, an expert introduces a topic followed by Q&A and members can interact.
EAVE - Developing powerful female and male characters
Participants of the 2018 edition of the EAVE producer’s workshop are offered the opportunity to participate in EWA´S ground-breaking workshop to learn how to challenge the way we shape women and men in our films and become an innovative creator of female and male characters.
What impact do patriarchal thought patterns have on character development? As filmmakers, how do we influence the fictional presentation and perception of women and other social groups by our use of images and sound? Do we simply reproduce old ways of thinking through our « archeological » approach to presenting protagonists in our stories? What are the new tools for shaping characters in a more balanced way? What does it mean to activate a more feminine gaze on the world no matter whether you are a man or a woman? How we can help give birth to new perspectives on ourselves and others?
2013-2016 Training Workshops
Multiple Revenue Stream Training for Future Films (2015 and 2016 editions). With the support of Creative Europe- Media.
The key objective of MRST4FF has been to equip European audiovisual professionals with the necessary skills to reach a wide international audience in the context of digital convergence, through an innovative training course designed with experts in online marketing & distribution, presenting new business models for the film industry. Participants were taught to consider films in terms of digitized data content, thereby helping them to see their projects in the context of innovative business models which can help generate multiple revenue streams. The workshop put filmmakers in a stronger position to maximize financial gains and ensure widest possible audience exploitation for their projects. Check here WS1 Glasgow, WS2 Amsterdam, WS3 BArcelona and 2016 edition in Pisa and Strasbourg
This workshop was built in collaboration with Kobi Shely. Online marketing professional with a focus on video and the film industry, he works with creators to reach their audience and build communities through a various distribution channel. Kobi executes and manages marketing campaigns, and partnerships for video on demand companies such as Distrify, Dailymotion, and Creative Europe MEDIA's EUROVOD organizations with a particular focus on expanding solutions for selling films. Find out more here