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Alan Maher selected for Producers on the Move at the Cannes Film Festival
03 May 2017 :
'Song of Granite'
The Marcie Films producer known for projects such as Pat Collins’ ‘Song of Granite’ is one of twenty producers selected for the networking platform, run by European Film Promotion. The 2017 Cannes Film Festival runs from May 17th–28th.

Producers on the Move is a five-day event beginning Friday May 19th, and will consist of a tailor-made programme of roundtable pitching sessions, 1:1 speed dating, case studies, including one in co-operation with the pan-European co-production fund Eurimages, as well as other industry meetings.

Maher's other credits as a producer include ‘After the Dance’ (Daisy Asquith) and ‘Being AP’ (Anthony Wonke), while he has executive produced ‘We Are Moving’ (Claire Dix), ‘Babygirl’ (Macdara Vallely) and ‘Where I Am’ (Pamela Drynan) among others.

Participants have proven experience in an international co-production and have already secured at least one international release. Several participants are also in competition at the festival. The aim of each of these events is to support the creation of new professional networks.

The longstanding programme is financially backed by the Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme of the European Union and the participating EFP member organisations. 

Alan Maher:
“I am delighted to be selected as Ireland’s Producer on the Move for the EFP (European Film Promotion) in Cannes this year, following in the footsteps of some of the producers I most admire in the industry. Following on from the success of Pat Collins’ Song of Granite at SXSW in March, it’s terrific to be able to highlight our company, Marcie Films, at the world’s most famous film market. The Producer on the Move scheme will also provide me with a perfect opportunity to showcase Trade our latest feature film, written by Mark O’Halloran and to be directed by Hong Khaou, which we are planning to shoot in the autumn with the support of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board in collaboration with The Bureau, to be sold by Protagonist.”

The full list of participants is provided below. 

COUNTRY

PRODUCER

COMPANY / FILM

 
 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zoran Galic

Vizart Film
e.g. Wind Surplus (2014)
by Dane Komljen

 

Bulgaria

Mila Voinikova

Miramar Film
e.g. Light Thereafter (2017) by Konstantin Bojanov

 

Czech Republic

Pavla Janousková Kubecková

Nutprodukce
e.g. Wasteland (2016) by Stepan Hulik

 

Denmark

Ditte Milsted

Profile Pictures
e.g. When Animals Dream (2014) by Når Dyrene Dr¢mmer

 

France

Didar Domehri

Maneki Films
e.g. Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story) (2015) by Eva Husson

 

Georgia

Lasha Khalvashi

Artizm
e.g. Scary Mother (in post production) by Sashishi Deda

 

Germany

Verena Gräfe-Höft

Junafilm
e.g. Nothing Bad Can Happen (2013) by Katrin Gebbe

 

Iceland

Anton Máni Svansson

Join Motion Pictures
e.g. Heartstone (2016) by Gu­mundur Arnar Gu­mundsson

 

Ireland

Alan Maher

Marcie Films
e.g. Song Of Granite (2017) by Pat Collins

 

Italy

Tommaso Bertani

Ring Film
e.g. Arianna (2015) by Carlo Lavagna

 

Latvia

Gints Grube

Mistrus Media
e.g. The Boy With the Dog (in financing) by Davis Simanis

 

The Netherlands

Julius Ponten

New Amsterdam Film Company
e.g. Wolf (2013) by Jim Taihuttu

 

Poland

Maria Blicharska

Donten & Lacroix Films
e.g. Frost (2017) by Sharunas Bartas

 

Romania

Iuliania Tarnovetchi

Alien Film
e.g. Eastern Business (2016) by Igor Cobileanski

 

Serbia

Jovana Nikolic

Prababa Production
e.g. The Caviar Connection (2008) by Dragan Nikolic

 

Spain

Carlo D'Ursi

Potenza Producciones
e.g. The Memory of the Water (2015) by Matías Bize

 

Slovak Republic

Katarína Krnácová

Silverart
e.g. Little Harbour (2017) by Iveta Grófová

 

Slovenia

Petra Vidmar

Gustav Film
e.g. Come Along (2016) by Igor Sterk

 

Switzerland

Ivan Madeo

Contrast Film
e.g. The Circle (2014) by Stefan Haupt

 

United Kingdom

Chris Martin

Indie Movie Company
e.g. Good Vibrations (2013) by Glenn Leyburn & Lisa Barros D'Sa

 



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