PRODUCTION VALUE

The European Scheduling & Budgeting Workshop

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Production Value 2017 in Spain Summary | Full Report

Production Value 2007 to 2016 Reports

Survey on impact of PV13 — PV14 — PV15

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In Spring 2016, we conducted an online survey addressing the 83 film professionals involved in the PV13-14-15 editions of Production Value.
The target group comprised 36 Juniors, 15 Seniors as well as 27 Producers and 5 Directors. 71% of them replied to the survey – 59 responses representing more than 20 European countries.
Our purpose was to evaluate once more the impact of Production Value on the following points below.

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The professional skills, career and understanding of European conditions by the Juniors.
91% of the Juniors admitted that attending Production Value changed their professional practice, either “partially” or “definitely”.
88% of them are still using the skills acquired during the workshop.
Production Value has “definitely“ or “partially“ changed the career opportunities for 75 % of the Juniors.
More than 100% have broadened their understanding of the different working conditions in Europe.

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The state of Projects brought to the three editions
Of the 18 projects taken up during the 2013-2014-2015 editions of Production Value, 3 have been shot so far:
– From PV14: the lion king by Vibeke Idsoe (NO/DE/SW – 2016)
– From PV13: the last king by Nils Gaup (NO – 2016)
– From PV13: the girl king by Mika Kaurismäki (FIN/CAN/DE/SW – 2015)
For more information on all films made out of Production Value, read the section The films that got made.

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The professional approach to scheduling and budgeting taken by the Producers & Directors
53% of the Producers admit that Production Value has “definitely” changed their professional approach towards scheduling & budgeting.
By 83%, Producers admit that as an impact of Production Value, they would from now on schedule and budget projects much earlier in the development process.

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Post-workshop networking between Juniors, Seniors, Producers & Directors.
50% of the Juniors tell us that they are regularly in touch with other Juniors, and 10% assert that they are still in touch with some of the Seniors.
With respect to the first 2 surveys, there has been an increase of Juniors working with each others, or with Seniors or with Producers met at the workshop.
It is interesting to note that 4 Juniors have been kept informed by the Producer about the Project assigned to them, and that 4 other worked later on with a Producer present at the Workshop.

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The use of results and information available on PV website
83% of the participants in the survey regularly check the Production Value website.

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The relevance of Production Value with respect to the European Film industry
For 80% of the Producers and Seniors, Production Value is a valuable tool to prepare highly-qualified professionals.
Overall, 94 % of the all participants were “definitely“ satisfied by their Production Value experience and for the same percentage, the basic principles of the Workshop are pertinent with respect to its main objective: Developing an Effective Scheduling & Budgeting Culture in Europe?
With respect to recommending the Workshop to other colleagues, 100% of the Directors and 100% of the Producers answered positively.
The above results are exactly the same as in the 2 previous surveys.

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Read the full report on this survey in PDF.

Survey on impact of PV07 — PV08 — PV09

Survey on impact of PV10 — PV11 — PV12

The Films That Got Made

Working Conditions for Filming

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