Berlinale Talents is an initiative of the Berlin International Film Festival, a business division of the Kulturveranstaltungen des Bundes in Berlin Gmb H, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, in cooperation with Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Union, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg. In addition to the extensive summit programme of master classes and panel discussions with top-notch experts, Berlinale Talents offers a range of Project Labs in which you can further develop and present your own project.
All live recordings can be found in the Watch and Discover section.These Talents International editions, Talents Beirut in Lebanon, Talents Buenos Aires in Argentina, Talents Guadalajara in Mexico, Talents Durban in South Africa, Talents Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Talents Tokyo in Japan have the familiar structure and purpose of their German counterpart; all the while retaining a regional perspective and finding support and the necessary amenities in a locally based international film festival. Frau ab 40 sucht jungen mann Talents initiatives are supported by local partners as well as by the Goethe-Institut.For general audiences, tickets are available at the festival and HAU box offices.Grand format sessions The ‘grand format’ sessions of the Summit programme feature high-profile directors, producers, actors, editors, cinematographers, and production designers with an outstanding international reputation, who share their experience in moderated master classes, lectures and panel discussions.
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As an initiative of the Berlin International Film Festival, the entire event is closely linked with the programmes of the festival sections and the European Film Market.While the roots of Berlinale Talents are firmly planted in Berlin new shoots of the initiative have been sprouting internationally.Browse projects and participants of Doc Station 2017 Ten selected documentary filmmakers participating in Berlinale Talents are offered project development in regards to concept, story structure and creative issues.This project lab also aims at creating a network of filmmakers who will be able to benefit from each other‘s experiences and from the input of our mentors.The approximately 35 sessions focus on an annually changing topic featuring a variety of formats and set-ups: In the ‘grand format’ sessions at the main theatre (HAU1), experts of international reputation give insights into their work.