In collaboration with Redbridge, British Council is organising a pitching workshop in Hanoi, with the aim to support young filmmakers and look for potential film projects for the local market.
Participants attending the workshops will have chance to learn how to develop film project pitch. They could receive advices from local film experts and have possiblity to receive support to realize their film projects.
British Council has invited Paul Welsh, a British film producer and expert on pitching to lead the workshops. He is the founder of Digicult, an independent film company specialising in developing emerging film talent.
Paul is also the producer of Skeletons(2010), which was nominated for the Outstanding Debut Feature at 64th British Film Academy Film Awards. In 2013, his co-produced film Lore received the Feature Film Production of the Year Award at the 2013 Screen Producers Australia Awards.
In Hanoi, the ten best students will join privated coaching with Paul Welsh. The best projects will be provided film making equipment support from Redbridge Vietnam.
The workshop will be conducted in English with Vietnamese translation and is free of charge for film makers.