Sources 2 Projects & Process – Training Mentors for European Screenwriters and Filmmakers shares the Sources 2 project and process philosophy, its mentoring approach and methodologies with professionals.
The programme enhances professionals’ skills in transferring knowledge, developing human resources, mentoring and encouraging creative processes – which finally lead to efficient and productive collaboration. In addition, the workshop offers a forum for exchange and evaluation of experience among professionals in similar positions as well networking opportunities with international colleagues.
This workshop addresses professionals working in the position of mentors for screenwriters and filmmakers in the field of script and story development (fiction and documentary), such as screenwriters, developers, consultants, script editors, producers, commissioning editors, tutors, and decision makers.
Sources 2 advisers involved in the mentors training are Louise Gough (Australia), Arash T. Riahi (Austria/Iran), Michael Seeber (Austria), Eric Collins (France) and Miguel Machalski (Spain/Argentina). Paul Tyler (Denmark/United Kingdom) is a regular guest adviser. Further guest advisers/lecturers vary from workshop to workshop.
Sources 2 Projects & Process is a three-month process involving three work groups per max. six participants each. Three Sources 2 advisers guide through work processes, case studies and discussions.
The working language is English.
- One-month preparation time
- Four-day workshop with group sessions plus lectures and keynote discussions
- Two-month coaching period in close contact with group members and advisers
- Round-off (online / Skype)