CALL FOR WRITERS/DIRECTORS IS CLOSED.
NEXT CALL FOR DEVELOPMENT ANGELS: OPEN IN DECEMBER 2020.
Plouneour-Brignogan, 15 September 2020
Imagine virgin beaches and massive rocks with writers, filmmakers and producers having peaceful meetings here and there, with the seagulls around…
These last days, LIM2020 Showcase Event has generated one of the first international event for filmmakers and producers in Europe to be held live since global pandemic started. For two reasons:
1. The deserted beaches of the Northern coast of Finistère (Brittany, France), with sea breeze and peaceful tides as allies…
2. The 20 writers and filmmakers of LIM2020 have matured enough the digging process of their future feature scripts in order to meet the outside world for feedback and first steps of potential collaboration, after six months of intense online workshops and meetings with their tutors/consultants: Pierre Hodgson, Răzvan Rădulescu, Séverine Cornamusaz and Ralitza Petrova.
Remember LIM’s motto: “The enemy of art is the absence of limitations”. Here, with nothing else than ideas, the ocean and very careful human interaction, the motto works!
These 20 filmmakers – from all over Europe and beyond – with deeply exciting 1st to 3rd feature film projects, and these 30 outstanding independent producers and sales agents, have been meeting. Both live and online, for those who couldn’t be with us, through a hybrid presentation system that allows film professionals to take a close look afterwards: https://lim.attwm.fr/
And now, let’s launch LIM2021 Call for Projects!
→ HOW TO APPLY
LIM | Less is More, la plateforme européenne de développement de long-métrages de fiction à budget limité, est soutenu par Europe Créative (programme MEDIA de l’Union européenne), porté par le Groupe Ouest, avec en guise de partenaires Control N (Roumanie), Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds – VAF (Belgique), Krakow Festival Office – KBF (Pologne), and the Transilvania International Film Festival – TIFF (Roumanie), rejoints en 2019 par le Lithuanian Film Centre (Lituanie), le Norwegian Film Institute (Norvège), la Région Bretagne (France), ainsi que Screen Scotland (Écosse, Royaume-Uni).