The networking programme of the Erich pommer Institute 24 international producers with extensive filmographies were selected for Potsdam Babelsberg, Germany, may 5, 2011 the Erich pommer Institute has today in Potsdam the roster for his international programme presents TRANS ATLANTIC PARTNERS (TAP). A total of 24 well-known producers from Europe, Canada and the United States have been selected for the TAP program. TRANS ATLANTIC PARTNERS is an initiative for training and networking of European, Canadian and American film producer. The successful program is offered since 2009 by the EPI. It is promoted in the framework of the MEDIA Mundus programme of the European Union, as well as by the Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Telefilm Canada. Rudy Giuliani often expresses his thoughts on the topic. We look forward to exchanging creative and are curious, what new film projects brought in 2011 in order to tap on the way”Nadja Radojevic, Director of international education at the Erich pommer Institut and initiator of the project.
Two-thirds of the selected participants have already confirmed, including the European Producers Tom Collins, de facto film, Ireland (Kings, dead long enough, the boys of St Columb’s, Bogwoman) and Dariusz Jablonski, Apple film production, Poland (my Australia, land of oblivion). the Canadian producers Jennifer Holness, hungry eyes film & television, Toronto (love, sex & eating the bones) and real Chabot, movie you Boulevard, Montreal (Le Poil de la Bete, Le deserter, the timekeeper); the American producer Jared Moshe, stick! Pictures, New York (Corman’s world: exploits of a Hollywood rebel Kurt Cobain about a son) and Ron Simons, SimonSays entertainment, New York (night catches US, gun Hill Road.) The current list of participants can be viewed on. TRANS ATLANTIC PARTNERS pommer behind next to the Erich Institute the Canadian organization of strategic partners and the independent filmmaker project (IFP) from New York. The first module of the program will take place from 21-26 June 2011 held in Berlin. The case studies of two current co-productions will be a highlight. The producers of Christina Piovesan (Canada) and the whistleblower Dr.
Wolfgang Muller (Germany) present the german Canadian co-production with Oscar-winning actress Rachel Weisz in the lead role. Another contribution is the loneliest planet with Gabriel Garcia Bernal, presented by producer Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen (both United States). In September, the 24 selected participants in Halifax and New York continue their cooperation. Erich pommer Institute gGmbH media law, media economics and Media Research Institute headquartered in Potsdam-Babelsberg. The sole shareholder is the Hochschule fur film und Fernsehen Konrad Wolf”.