This workshop aims to get a deeper understanding of how the brain works during its creative phases when ideas emerge and how ideas implement themselves to gain consistency.
The workshop helps the participants to get into research mode, explore and generate new ideas. It inspires you to play with the possibilities that accompany every idea. They teach you how to use constraints to push creativity further.The participants are given tools and methods to release their creative energy, interact playfully with their intellectual material, and generate various story ideas. The participants are supported while testing their story plot to determine if they are worth being developed in a feature-length film.
Two international script consultants from LIM/Le Groupe Ouest will create a safe environment and invite the participants to tackle their ideas and strengthen them through theory and practical exercises.
FOCAL is a partner of the LIM I Less is more annual program and will publish the call for their next edition in autumn.
For more information, join us at the LIM online presentation, where you can learn more about LIM's program and methodology and ask all the questions you might have.
Ralitza Petrova, a French-Bulgarian director, studied film and video art at the University of the Arts London and later fiction directing at the UK’s National Film and Television School (NFTS). Her short films have won many prizes worldwide. Her feature debut GODLESS won 2016 the Golden Leopard for Best Film in Locarno. Since then, the film has won many international awards.
Miguel López Beraza
Miguel López Beraza, a Spanish director and cinematographer, studied documentary film in DOCNOMADS and scriptwriting at the EICTV Cuba. His first short film, ‘Walls’, won 2015 the Goya Academy Award. Miquel works as a script consultant for Locarno Open Doors since 2019. He has also worked as a pitching trainer at the Go Short Film Festival Campus.