When John was born, in 1934, his mother gifted him with three names: John, Constantin, and Brâncuşi. She told him his father was Constantin Brâncuşi, the famous sculptor, but...
Tudor Cristian Jurgiu’s second feature film project, titled And They May Still Be Alive Today/ Și poate mai trăiesc și azi, was selected among the 9 projects to attend the TorinoFilmLab’s FrameWork programme and to be eligible for World Production & Audience Awards at the next TFL Meeting Event (22-25 November 2016). The programme includes first & second feature films projects from all over the world.
The film will be produced by Libra Film (Bogdan Craciun). Tudor Cristian Jurgiu, known for his first feature, Japanese Dog, also wrote the script.
The creative team of the project will take part in the development lab, working on their projects throughout 2 residential workshops under the guidance of experts from various fields of filmmaking.
The international trainers will include script consultants Franz Rodenkirchen, Marietta von Hausswolff von Baumgarten and Anita Voorham, film director Thanos Anastopoulos, cinematographer Marko Brdar, Israel Film Fund Executive Director Katriel Schory, post-production expert Niko Remus, producer Didar Domehri, acting coach and casting director Tatiana Vialle, sound designer Peter Albrechtsen and Audience Design Alumna and film promotion consultant Joanna Solecka.
The first session will take place in Izola (Slovenia) from May 30th to June 6th, in parallel to the 12th edition of Kino OTOK – Isola International Film Festival.The second session will be held in Turin (Italy) from November 20th to 25th, within the TFL Meeting Event and during the 34th Torino Film Festival.
All the 9 FrameWork projects will have the chance to be pitched in front of more than 200 professionals, who vote to assign the Audience Award. An international Jury will assign a number of World Production Awards and TFL’s partners will award collateral prizes.
FrameWork is realized with the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA Sub-Programme, MiBACT (Italian Ministry of Culture), Piedmont Region, City of Turin, and RE-ACT (Fondo Audiovisivo FVG, Croatian Audiovisual Center, Slovenian Film Center).