For creative producers, story-editors, development executives, commissioning editors… → 2021 Call closed

LIM is a two-entry initiative coaching writer-filmmakers with 1st to 3rd features projects in beginning stage of development, as well as creative producers, story-editors, development executives, commissioning editors… known in LIM as « Development angels », on how to work with writers. After closing its 2021 International Call for projects, LIM opens its annual call for « Development angels »!

Each “Development angel” selected will have the opportunity to work alongside selected filmmakers within the development process, following each step of the approach developed by the script-consultants. They will also benefit from dedicated masterclasses and sessions, designed to highlight specific development tools.

Four “Development angels” participate in each of the three one-week LIM sessions through the year. All in all, twelve participants selected from this call will thus be able to monitor the development of four projects over that period, while also being coached separately in terms of methodology and toolboxes by a dedicated tutor.

We are inviting you to an Introductory Presentation of this programme by Antoine Le Bos (Artistic Director) and Massimiliano Nardulli (Head of Talent) on Tuesday 15 December 6 pm (UTC/GMT +1). For those unable to attend live, the presentation will be recorded and shared afterward → Register to attend.

Zoom Presentation recorded on Tuesday 15th December 2020 | Watch →
More info on the Call for Development angels

LIM programme includes three one-week workshops between March and October 2021 – two residential workshops and one online – as well as a tailor-made Showcase Event to benefit from the inputs of industry professionals coming from all over Europe. In 2021, like in 2020, we will create the best combination possible to help the filmmakers give birth to their projects, alongside with « Development angels », within collective dynamics and inputs from our tutors / consultants, despite Covid constraints.