Magazine article Screen International

SOFA to Make Wroclaw Debut

Magazine article Screen International

SOFA to Make Wroclaw Debut

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The first School of Film Agents (SOFA) will run in Wroclaw from August 19 -30.

Young film professionals from Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the republics of Caucasus and Germany are being invited to Wroclaw in Poland for a two-week workshop.

It marks the first School of Film Agents (SOFA) and will run from August 19 -30, initiated by Nikolaj Nikitin, the Berlinale's pre-selector for Eastern Europe.

SOFA provides residency and intensive workshops enabling ten young film agents to develop a tailor-made concept and financing plan for their particular project - individually and intensively accompanied by the experts' feedback.

It is designed for curators, festival organizers, distributors and cinema operators - "film mediators" - who actively contribute to the sustainable noticeability of film and cinema in their respective home country.

"SOFA is a unique institution which strongly and sustainably supports diversity and freedom of the arts", says Nikitin.

Possible projects which participants submitted for selection include film festivals, regional film funds, independent art-house cinemas, film museums, film archives, VoD platforms, film magazines as well as workshop initiatives that, like SOFA, contribute to the strengthening of film culture and industry. …

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