PRODUCTION VALUE

The European Scheduling & Budgeting Workshop

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What is Production Value?

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Are you a producer with a project to schedule & budget?

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Production Value 2019 in Sweden Summary | Full report

Production Value 2007 to 2019 Reports

Survey on impact of PV07 — PV08 — PV09

Survey on impact of PV10 — PV11 — PV12

Survey on impact of PV13 — PV14 — PV15

Survey on impact of PV16 — PV17 — PV18

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In Spring 2019, we conducted an online survey addressing the 79 film professionals involved in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 editions of Production Value. The target group comprised 36 juniors, 11 seniors as well as 25 producers and 7 directors. 86% of them replied to the survey – 68 responses representing more than 20 European countries.
For the 4th time now, our purpose was to evaluate the impact of Production Value on the following points below.

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The professional skills, career and understanding of European conditions of the juniors.
91% of the juniors stated that attending Production Value changed their professional practice, either “partially” or “definitely”.
80% of them are still using the skills acquired during the workshop.
Production Value has “definitely“ or “partially“ changed the career opportunities for 50 % of the juniors.
90% 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 admitted to the 2016-2017-2018 editions of Production Value, only one has been shot so far : HALVDAN VIKING by Gustave Aekerbloem (Sweden – 2018). It participated in PV17 in Italy.
This rather low result is also the consequence of the fact that the projects brought to Production Value are always very complex and expensive and therefore not easy to finance.

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For further information on the 10 films shot subsequently to a participation in any edition of Production Value, read the section The films that got made.

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The producer’s and director’s professional approach to scheduling and budgeting
Nearly 60% of the producers state that Production Value has changed their professional approach towards scheduling and budgeting. More than one out of four answer the question with “definitely”.
80% of the producers state that thanks to Production Value, they will schedule and budget projects much earlier in the development process from now on.

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Post-workshop networking between juniors, seniors, producers and directors.
60% of the juniors state that they are regularly in touch with other juniors, and 15% confirm that they are still in touch with some of the seniors.

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The use of results and information available on the PV website
72% 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
According to 86% of the producers and seniors, Production Value is a valuable tool to train highly-qualified professionals.
Overall, 90 % 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 and budgeting culture in Europe.
With regard to recommending the workshop to other colleagues, 100% of the directors and 100% of the producers answered positively.
The above results are similar to the three previous surveys.

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Read the full report on this survey in PDF.

The Films That Got Made

Working Conditions for Filming

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