Results: Talent Campus Tokyo Award 2013



Talent Campus Tokyo 2013 Schedule

Events with a black asterisk mark (*) are open to press and industry people.

Monday, November 25

10:00 - 10:30 Talent Campus Briefing
Essential briefing on services, program and schedule.
Welcome greeting by HAYASHI Kanako, Festival Director

10:30 - 12:00 Meet the Talents
Self-introduction with 3-min clip from representative work.

13:30 - 14:30 Presentation Training PART I: "How to present a project?"
Two experienced Experts, Ms. Lorna TEE and Mr. Matthijs Wouter KNOL advise on making presentations effective and productive.

15:30 - 17:00 Lecture 1: Lorna TEE (Producer)
Being well-known personality in the Asian film scene as a producer, Ms. TEE will share her experience and give useful advice and important tips to survive as independent filmmakers internationally.


Tuesday, November 26

10:30 - 12:00 Lecture 2: Garin NUGROHO (Director)
Mr. Garin NUGROHO is a leading film director who has directed many of Indonesia's most acclaimed films. He will share thoughts on his own filmmaking experiences.

13:00 - 14:00 Presentation Training PART II: Group Session

14:30 - 15:30 Divide participating talents into 4 groups to receive more detailed feedbacks from Ms. Lorna TEE, Mr. Jean-Christophe SIMON, Mr. Matthijs Wouter KNOL and Ms. FUJIOKA Asako.

16:00 - 17:00 Introduction to Berlinale Talents: Mr. Matthijs Wouter KNOL (Berlinale Talents, Programme Manager)

17:00 - 17:30 Meet the Alumni at Square A
*Participation is mandatory.

17:50-18:30 TOKYO FILMeX event: Happy Returns
*Participation is optional

20:30 - Event
(INVITATION ONLY)


Wednesday, November 27

10:30 - 12:00 Internal Project Presentation I
5 participating talents present their projects to 4 experts.

14:00 - 15:30 Internal Project Presentation II
5 participating talents present their projects to 4 experts.

16:00 - 17:30 Internal Project Presentation III
5 participating talents present their projects to 4 experts.


Thursday, November 28

12:00 - 12:50 Open Presentation to Film Professionals I *
15 People (5 min presentation + 5 min Q&A)
Open to the industry professionals and press members
1) Joenathann ALANDY (Philippines)
2) CHANG Chih-Wei (South Korea)
3) OTA Shingo (Japan)
4) Vincent Hai DU (China)
5) Thai PRADITHKESORN (Thailand)

13:00 - 13:50 Open Presentation to Film Professionals II*
1) WONG Cheuk Man (Hong Kong)
2) Sarah Jinhee CHOI (South Korea)
3) Edward GUNAWAN (Indonesia)
4) NGUYEN Thanh Trung (Vietnam)
5) TANIMOTO Hiroyuki (Japan)

14:00 - 14:50 Open Presentation to Film Professionals III*
1) TSUTSUI Ryohei (Japan)
2) Thitipan RAKSASAT (Thailand)
3) Janus VICTORIA (Philippines)
4) Jeffrey WONG (Hong Kong)
5) Tami, XU Qian-Chun (Taiwan)

15:30 - 16:30 Networking Happy Time at Square A



17:00 - 18:00 <OPEN CAMPUS>
*The following events are open to public. Your attendance is optional.

Seminar with Mr. Jean-Christophe SIMON
Introduction to World Sales *

Mr. Simon will explain the role of sales agent and how they promote and sell films in the international market.



21:20- Screening "My Name is Hmmm..."
(Directed by Agnès Troublé and World Sales by Jean-Christophe SIMON)
*Mandatory Participation


Friday, November 29

13:00 - 14:00 Festival Circuit
Speaker: SHIOMAKI Yuko
(Producer, Sales, Acquisition executive, picture dept.)
Based on her experience in playing both roles as a sales agent and a producer for globally acclaimed Japanese filmmakers including SONO Sion, Ms. SHIOMAKI will share valuable knowledge on the differences between various international film festivals across the world.

15:00 - 16:30 Lecture 3: by Jean-Christophe SIMON
(Partner and CEO of FILMS BOUTIQUE)
"Word sales: Strategies to bring a film to the International Market"

During this session Mr. Simon will share his experience and expertise on the process of marketing and international sales using case studies.

17:30 - 18:30 Master Class with Mohsen MAKHMALBAF (Director)
Iranian cinema maestro Mohsen MAKHMALBAF will sit on the Chairperson of the jury at this year's TOKYO FILMeX. Mr. MAKHMALBAF will share his experience with talents by answering questions related to his masterpiece "A moment of Innocence."


Saturday, November 30

9:45 - 12:15 Excursion
*Participation is optional.

12:45 Last Briefing

13:00 - 13:45 "Wrap-up: Feedback Session" at Square A
Talents with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government organizers

14:00 - 15:00 Master Class with MORI Masayuki (Producer)
As President of Office Kitano, Inc. as well as a film producer, Mr. MORI worked for the all films directed by KITANO Takeshi including "Boiling Point" (1990), "Sonatine" (1993), "Hana-bi" (1998), "Kikujiro" (1999), "BROTHER" (2001), "Zatoichi" (2003), "Outrage Beyond" (2012), among others. Mr. MORI will talk about specialty and universality in the films of KITANO Takeshi from his point of view as a producer.

15:30 - 16:00 Awards Ceremony & Closing Session*

18:00 - TOKYO FILMeX Closing Ceremony

18:40 - Screening of the Closing Film "THE MISSING PICTURE" (Directed by Rithy PANH)
*Participation is mandatory.

21:00 - Closing Event
(INVITATION ONLY)




Below, you can see whole the programs in previous editions.

» Talent Campus Tokyo 2012 "Programs"

» Talent Campus Tokyo 2011 "Programs"

» Next Masters Tokyo 2010 "CORE PROGRAM SCHEDULE"


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