Magazine article Screen International

Ace Selects 18 Producers for 2017/18 Session

Magazine article Screen International

Ace Selects 18 Producers for 2017/18 Session

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Participants come from 14 EU countries plus Canada.

Ace Producers have announced the 18 producers to take part in the 27th Ace Session, which runs in 2017-2018.

The series of training events for producers with a project in development comprises four workshops that focus on content development, financing strategies and business prospects. The events will take place in Helsinki, Prague and Amsterdam.

Sixteen producers have been selected from fourteen Creative Europe participating countries. For the first time this year two producers from Canada will also attend because of a partnership with Téléfilm Canada. A Ukrainian producer has also been selected for the first time.

The selection committee was made up of members of the ACE board, ACE consultants, president Simon Perry and director and head of studies Jacobine van der Vloed.

ACE Producers is comprised of around 200 members from more than 45 countries.

The selected producers are:

* Anneli Ahven, Kopli Kinokompanii (Estonia) - Beatrice by Ain Mäeots

* Anamaria Antoci, 4 Proof Film (Romania) - Max and the Virgin Mary by Adrian Sitaru

* Signe Byrge Sørensen, Final Cut for Real (Denmark), The End by Joshua Oppenheimer

* Sylvain Corbeil, Metafilms (Canada), La Dissociation by Albéric Aurtenèche

* Gary Cranner, Chezville (Norway) - The Ski Jumper who didn’t want to Land by Hans Petter Moland

* Colin Day, Rickshaw Entertainment (UK) - Middle-8 by Marielle Gautier

* Galilé Marion-Gauvin, Productions l’Unité Centrale - Listen Well, O Fence of Reed by Dominique Chila & Samer Najari

* Koji Nelissen, Kepler Film (The Netherlands) - Woods by Diederick Koopal

* Iris Otten, Pupkin Film (The Netherlands) - Dreamscape by Anna van der Heide

* Jussi Rantamäki, Aamu Film Company (Finland) - The Woodcutter Story by Mikko Myllylahti

* Arash T. …

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