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TorinoFilmLab Opens Call for Applications for SeriesLab 2020
20 Jun 2019 : News Desk
SeriesLab 2020
The SeriesLab 2020 call for applications is now open to European film professionals with long TV series projects at an early development stage.

The programme is organized around 3 residential workshops, running from December 2019 to March 2020. It follows the entire process of creation of a TV series concept: from generating ideas and structuring the material, up to a final pitch in front of major key players of the international TV industry during the Series Mania Forum - Lille, France. It is open to professional European scriptwriters and directors, individually or in a team of two members.

The deadline for applications is: July 9th, 2019, 12:00 p.m. CET (noon)

SeriesLab 2020 will welcome 9 projects from Europe – including at least one project from Ireland, thanks to TorinoFilmLab’s partnership with Series Mania ForumScreen Ireland and VAF - Flanders Audiovisual Fund. Two of the nine projects pitched at the 2019 Series Mania Forum were Irish — ‘The Crossing Place’ from writer Gary Duggan and producer Laura McNicholas; and ‘Closed City’ from writer/producer Morgan Bushe.

NEW this year: Projects with at least 1 Italian author can also apply for SeriesLab – Italia, the branch of the programme aimed at scouting and developing first concept of innovative and high-profile Italian TV series projects.

Click here for full information about the call for applications and details on how to apply.





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