April 3, 2014 in Uncategorized
October 30, 2013 in Uncategorized
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October 29, 2013 in Uncategorized
The fourth workshop of Fourcorners, organized by ESCAC and held in Sitges during Sitges Film Festival, has finished.
It has been a great end to an exciting year. Our participants did great on the pitching raising much excitement among the attendees. The teasers had a very high level and the participants were pleased with the progress of their work and, of course, for ending this program in the unique setting of the Sitges Film Festival.
June 30, 2013 in Uncategorized
The second workshop of Four Corners just ended with very positive results. From the Four Corners program want to thank the Metroplia Helsinki University of Applied Sciences for the excellent organization of this first workshop in Helsinki.
The participants’ efforts are starting to bear fruit and we want to encourage them to continue working in this way.
Have a good summer working hard in the teasers and see you all in London, at Regent’s College, in September.
April 10, 2013 in Uncategorized
Fourcorners 2013 has begun! We are excited about the first workshop held in Sofia, organized by NATFA, where participants from all over Europe have met. They were a great sessions and we are looking forward to meet each other again at the next workshop in Helsinki, organized by Helsinki Metropolia University School of Applied Sciences, that will take place in June.
November 16, 2012 in Uncategorized
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June 5, 2012 in Uncategorized
In blazing spring sunshine, the second workshop of the Four Corners 2012 cycle took place at LSFMP, Regents College, London, directed by David Hanson and Tristan Tull, between 25th and 30th May. Guest speakers included Adrian Hodges, who did a case study on ‘My Week With Marilyn’; J K Amalou, who presented ‘Deviation; Hamesh Kar, on ‘Bengali Detective’, and Chris Jones, on using Social Media. The twelve participating project teams received individual and group tutorials from Miguel Machalski, Phil Hughes, Ana Sanz, Chris Jones, and Jaume Cuspinera. Head of Studies Christian Routh moderated the project presentations, while policy matters were discussed with representatives of LSFMP; ESCAC, Sergi Casamitjana, Four Corners Director Aintza Serra, Coordinator Denise Castro and assistant Susana Biera, NATFA; Prof. Lubo Halatchev and Valerya Zhivkova. A teaser proposal submission deadline was announced, with the successful applicants aiming to have the teasers shot and edited in time for the third workshop in Sofia, starting 3rd September.