jury FIDLab 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fernanda Del Nido   Heino DECKERT   Thomas ORDONNEAU
Graduated at the University of Buenos Aires, former participant of EAVE and member of ACE. In 2006 she founds Tic Tac Producciones, an independent Galician film production company which chiefly engages in developing and producing feature-length fiction films and documentaries. From the very outset, it has been committed to European and
Latin American coproductions.
Tic Tac has produced and coproduced Polvo by Julio Hernández Cordón (2012), Tralas luces by Sandra Sánchez (2011), Tata Cedrón, el regreso de Juancito caminador by Fernando Pérez (2011), 18 comidas by Jorge Coira (2010), the collective film ¿Qué culpa tiene el tomate? (2009), Design atrás das grades by Margarita Leitâo and Agua fría de mar by Paz Fábrega (2009). 
  Heino Deckert has founded the production company ma.ja.de. Filmproduktion in 1991. He also holds a share in Blinker Filmproduktion as well as running Deckert Distribution, a distribution company for documentaries.
In 1995 he founded d.net, an informal union of six European colleagues, which became a significant player on the international film market. In 2005 Heino
Deckert has founded ma.ja.de. Fiction. He produced more than 50 documentaries, and several fictions. His production has been shown and awarded in festivals suchs as Venice and Cannes, and has been nominated to the European
Film Awards. Among the titles produced by his company there are ¡Vivan las
Antipodas! by Victor Kossakowsky, Sergei Loznitsa’s feature My Joy, Material by Thomas Heise, Dust by Hartmut Bitomsky and the Oscar nominated short documentary Rabbità la Berlin by Bartek Konopka and Piotr Rosolowski.
  After studying literature and learning screenwriting at Centre des Gobelins, Thomas Ordonneau joins the production
and distribution company Magouric, as production manager. From 1997 to 1999 he was in charge of distribution, before taking the direction of the company. In 2002, he
created Shellac Distribution that he has led since and is responsible for acquisitions and sales. Besides its main
activity, Shellac produces different kind of contents such as printed editions, musical and theatrical productions. Shellac Sud production company has been founded in 2006 to extend its work in film production and video editing. Among the films that Shellac has recently produced and coproduced it is worth mentioning Être là by Régis Sauder, Ce cher mois d’août and Tabou by Miguel Gomes, that won the FIPRESCI and the Alfred Bauer Prize at 2012 Berlinale.

 

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