Tag "European Short Pitch"

ESP 2015: Interview with Gorana Jovanovic

The third one on the list of Nisimazine’s most wanted, the witty Serbian Gorana Jovanovic. In our chair we welcome Gorana Jovanovic, a woman who dazzles with her spot on expressiveness. She is ready to release all of her history

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ESP 2015: Interview with Joseph Pierce

The second victim of the Nisimazine raid in the ESP headquarters is a master of delicate dark humor, meet Joseph Pierce. Before us we have Joseph Pierce, a real gentleman in all the good meanings of the word. Multi-award winning

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ESP 2015: Interview with Jussi Sandhu and Niina Virtanen

The first ESP project that was busted by Nisimazine’s eavesdropping devices is the red tied Finnish duo Jussi and Niina who presented their dark comedy Mudslide. Goodbye to innocent childhoods. Jussi Sandhu and Niina Virtanen are not aiming for a

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Nisimazine undercover at the ESP co-production forum

DAY 2: Pitching the projects, one-on-one meetings and the award ceremony. A very welcome powerful breakfast kicks off the final day of the co-production forum. The participants most probably needed one, because it’s D-day for their projects. From the first

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ESP 2015 winners announced

One thing is clear in the outcome of European Short Pitch 2015, women ruled the day. Come and see this year’s winners. The Best Pitch Award by FILM FUND LUXEMBOURG The Family Who Hid in the Cellar by Ayshea Halliwell

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ESP 2015 Book of Producers

The ESP participants are in for a challenging co-production forum this weekend in Luxembourg with more than 45 producers eager to behold the fresh crop of European Short Film projects. Discover them all right here!

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ESP 2015 Book of Projects

The Coproduction Forum in Luxembourg is approaching – time to present this edition’s projects. Explore the e-book here!

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ESP 2015 Tutors

Meet the tutors for this year’s edition of the European Short Pitch.   Marie Dubas Marie Dubas produced 15 short films between 2008 and 2012, most notably A PRIVATE LESSON by Raphaël Chevènement (2008, nominated to French Academy Awards) and A SENSE

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ESP Jury has been announced!

Check out the full list of names for the 2015 edition.     Adina Istrate I graduated from the London Film School as a writer/director in 2012 with Outland, a post-apocalyptic fantasy with 2 minutes of dialogue in it, tops.

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