Digital Production Challenge II‘s 2021 edition is extending its project applications deadline.

Due to its short application period,DPC II had several requests asking for the project deadline to be extended, in order to better prepare its respective applications. Interested parties will now be able to submit project applications until February 18th.

This year,DPC II‘s renowned workflow-focused workshop will be held online over four days, fromMarch 29th to April 1st.The workshop aims to provide participants with tools that will help them improve the workflow in audiovisual projects for cinema, television or streaming, from pre-production to post-production, and will count with industry professionals such as Florian Rettich(ARRI expert),Martin Hagemann(Producer, “The Turin Horse”),Miga B?r(NETFLIX digital workflow overseer), and Konstantina Stavrianou, MEDIA expert, who oversees production & co-production for both Greek and international productions (“Alps”).

The online workshop will also be joined by new expert speakers and case studies ? such as cinematographerRauno Ronkainen (“Frozen Land”, “The Eternal Road”) and colouristPentti Keskim?ki (“Faust”, “Rare Exports”), who will give us a detailed account of how they achieved the visual mood of their last collaboration, “Helene”; andWendy Bernfeld, the founder and managing director of consultancy/digital agency Rights Stuff,will present an up to the moment overview of the current landscape of film digital distribution, looking ahead at what the post-COVID distribution landscape will be.

      DPC II will take place between 29 March – 1 April.

  •  February 18th – Deadline for participants with project
  •  February 28th – Deadline for participants without project

Workshops will cover topics such as:Strategies in delivering your film, Approaches in budgeting, Architecture of Cameras & Workflows, Digital Post-Production, Pre-Visualization of Workflow, and many more.

The workshops are designed for industry professionals, with priority given to producers, line producers, filmmakers, cinematograpers, production and post-production managers.

Schorlarships for tuition fees available for participants fromCreative Europe MEDIAprogramme countries ? more info in our website.

Applicants must have professional experience in feature/documentary film production.

+ Duration: 4 days
+ Dates: 29 March – 1 April 2021
+ Location: Online
+ Max. number of participants:25
+ Price: 450EUR (with project)
             350EUR (without project)

Our workshops owe its success every year to a core of dedicated professionals, ranging from producers and cinematographers to DITs and post-production supervisors.

As the film business evolves, more professionals are added every year to tackle the new and specific challenges faced by filmmakers.

+Paul Miller ? Producer (Prozac Nation, Lone Star);
+Martin Hagemann? Producer (The Turin Horse, Creep, Fay Grim);
+Florian Rettich ? DIT & Workflow Supervisor (Everything Will Be Fine);
+Philippe Ros ? Cinematographer & Digital Imaging Supervisor;
+Tommaso Vergallo ? Digital Imaging Expert, CEO Noir Lumi?re;
+Miga B?r ? Post Production Supervisor (Girl, Brimstone, Zama);
+Konstantina Stavrianou – Producer & MEDIA expert.

… and many more!