Following the enormous success of the previous editions of the LATC Immersion Program in LA and New York between 2009 and 2011, with over 80 participants from 14 countries, LATC has again joined forces with EGEDA (Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales) to take the forth group of Ibero-Americans who will participate in the Program in Los Angeles, the film capital of the world.
In previous years, industry meetings have included briefing sessions by a leading entertainment attorney, a film industry independent market consultant and top talent agency executives, as well as “pitching” training sessions.
The collaborating entities in the previous editions of the LATC US programs include: Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales (EGEDA), National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP), Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA) Foundation, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WME2), Directors Guild of America (DGA), The Radmin Company, American Film Institute (AFI), the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), Focus Features, Sony Pictures Classics, HBO Documentaries, Goldcrest Films, Overture Films, Circle of Confusion, Cinema Tropical, the Independent Film Channel, among others.
From October 28th to November 2nd, 25 Ibero-American film industry professionals will have the opportunity to experience an “immersion” into the commercial, legal, marketing, artistic, academic and new media aspects of the US audiovisual industry through an intensive schedule of meetings, presentations, panels and other industry activities in Los Angeles.
During the Program, participants will have the opportunity to ask specific questions and discuss their projects with US-based producers, agents, studio executives and distributors, generating real possibilities for development, financing, distribution and co-production. The participants will also be provided with an exclusive insider’s tour and access to selected events of the American Film Market, the premiere global marketplace for films.
The tentative detailed schedule of meetings and events will be available 1 month prior to the beginning of the Immersion Program.
The Immersion Program will take 40 hours of full-time load.
The LATC US Film Industry Immersion Program is open to Latin American and Iberian filmmakers, entertainment and media managers, lawyers, professors, executives and government officials. Filmmakers are welcome to participate with or without film projects.
Attention: The Program is complete!
Requirements and Notes of the Immersion Program, click here.
The Immersion Program package includes 5 nights in the hotel, professional film industry meeting agenda, a welcome dinner and orientation session, airport-hotel transfers, ground transportation in Los Angeles and all breakfasts and lunches.
FOR DOWNLOAD OF THE ENTRY FORM, click here.
The full registration fee is U$ 2,600,00.
The participants of previous LATC courses will have a discount (10%): U$ 260.
Early bird discount of US$ 200 for the submissions with full payment by August 1st!
All payments may only be made through PayPal system at LATC site by international credit card or PayPal account.
ABOUT LATC latamtrainingcenter.com
Located in Rio de Janeiro, the Latin American Training Center – Centro Latino-Americano de Treinamento e Assessoria Audiovisual – is a regional media training and audiovisual consulting firm focused on professional development of the new generation of filmmakers and other audiovisual professionals in Latin America. LATC specializes in creative training programs for audiovisual content producers based on new-technology business models. LATC also offers a full array of consulting services for audiovisual projects and film commissions, including project development and packaging, co-production orientation, identification of appropriate funding sources, as well as international representation.
LATC is affiliated to: CILECT – Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision (Brussels), IFTA – Independent Film & Television Alliance (Los Angeles), IFP – Independent Filmmaker Project (New York), NALIP – National Association of Latino Independent Producers (Los Angeles), The Incentives Office (Los Angeles), EGEDA – Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales (Madrid), Rio Film School (Rio de Janeiro).
ABOUT EGEDA http://www.egeda.es
Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales is the collecting society that represents the interests of audiovisual producers in Spain. EGEDA also manages producers’ rights to royalties on copyright and for performing artists (public communication, private copies and rentals), as well as the broadcast of excerpts taken from audiovisual works. EGEDA has important links with producer associations in Latin America, and has established collecting societies for the joint administration of producers’ rights in several Latin American countries.
EGEDA US was set up in Los Angeles in 2007 with the aim of having a permanent office in the US in order to be more accessible to its American members and also to serve as a liaison to facilitate relations between the US film industry and those of Spain and Latin America. EGEDA US serves as a major link between the Spanish film industry and the American and Latino film industries.
ABOUT IFTA FOUNDATION www.ifta-online.org
IFTA Foundation is a tax exempt corporation based in Los Angeles, CA and founded by IFTA, a non-profit organization. The IFTA Foundation is organized and operated to carry out the purposes of the Independent Film & Television Alliance by strengthening, diversifying or otherwise serving the needs of the independent film and television’s creative community by providing educational and career opportunities to individuals who demonstrate an interest in arts and entertainment, and by supporting other meaningful programs and charities.
ABOUT NALIP www.nalip.org
NALIP is a national membership organization that addresses the professional needs of Latino Independent film television and documentary writers, producers, directors and performers. NALIP’s mission is to promote the advancement, development and funding of Latino film and media arts in all genres. NALIP is the only national organization committed to supporting both grassroots and community-based producers/media makers along with publicly funded and industry-based producers. NALIP holds a National Conference and organizes five other national initiatives to advance the skills, projects and relationships of its members. NALIP also advocates for and teaches them to advocate on their behalf.
MORE INFORMATION, please, contact:
LATC Head of US Programs
Los Angeles, California
Phone Number: +1-818-644-1068
LATC Project Coordinator
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Phone Number:: +55-21-8357-3400