For a young filmmaker, the road to making a feature film can be daunting; from securing funding to getting the right team for your film, there are many components to pulling a project together. In this comprehensive seminar, learn the ins-and-outs of film labs, residencies, development funds and production grants, and find out exactly what it takes to make your film stand out from the rest.
Raymond Phathanavirangoon is the Executive Director of the Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab (SEAFIC), an intensive non-profit script and development lab for Southeast Asian filmmakers. He is also a film producer who previously served as international programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival and the Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival as well as Programme Consultant for the Hong Kong International Film Festival and Cannes Critics' Week. His producing credits include Pen-ek Ratanaruang's SAMUI SONG (Venice Days) and HEADSHOT (Berlin Panorama), Boo Junfeng's APPRENTICE (Cannes Un Certain Regard), and many others.
Registration starts at 2:30pm
Register online at https://nyfa2019filmsmade.peatix.com/