Program & Activities
Les Arcs Industry Village dedicates some of its program to workshops, conferences, panels addressing industry issues, but also content building bridges between the film & music professionals.
INDUSTRY VILLAGE workshop
Workshop - A night to think about mental health
⚠️ For French-speaking participants of the Industry Village and Summit!
This year we are repeating this moment of exchange but around a new theme: “Cinema in therapy: mental health, in front of and behind the screen”.
The night in the chalet will take place from December 19 to 20. We are looking for a dozen people to participate, not necessarily experts, but interested in these subjects, and motivated by the idea of living this collective adventure in the mountains, in this spirit of “constructive sobriety”.
We ask that participants be available from 2 p.m. on the 19th to 12 p.m. on the 20th, and accredited on these dates. We will take care of all aspects of your night in the shelter. You will simply need to take a backpack and mountain clothing with you.
Deadline: 1er décembre
Workshop - Film : an addictive industry ?
This year, Les Arcs will have a special programme on mental health behind and in front of the camera, organized in partnership with the festival Pop & Psy.
Our industry can lead to addictive behaviors, when networking and partying is often considered as part of our jobs and as the limits between private and professional life are somewhat narrow. This workshop will use collective intelligence to discuss possible solutions and ways to build a prevention programme.
Moderated by Dr Jean-Victor Blanc (Psychiatrist, Pop & Psy Festival) and by Fabienne Silvestre (Les Arcs Film Festival)
Deadline: December 13th
Talent Village Music Pitch
Come discover the Talent Village music works!
The Talent Village aims at encouraging the rise of a new generation of daring and ambitious film directors, as well as guiding them through the process of creation of their first feature film.
After weeks working closely together, this year’s composers and directors will have the opportunity to present the music scores they have specially created for two of the Talent Village feature films projects.
Moderated by Thibaut Bracq & Laura Gentile (music supervisor at Schmooze, France)
Case Study : The production and international sales of the Hungarian Film Explanation for everything
Produced with a very low budget, and few sources of financing, the film by Gábor Reisz (Hungary) won the Orizzonti Best Film Award at last Venice Film Festival, and was one of the most acclaimed and best selling films at Venice. This case study will analyze the production and sales strategy behind this success.
The film is also screened in competition in Les Arcs.
Speakers: Juli Berkes (producer, Proton Cinema, Hungary) & Gabor Greiner (sales agent, Film Boutique).
Moderated by Ben Dalton from Screen International
EPC Panel - AI: From script to distribution, examples on uses that facilitate production
AI can be used not only for script writing but also during production (virtual production) and to facilitate distribution and waterfalls of receipts. Through examples, this panel will tackle the risks and opportunities of AI for independent producers.
Organized in partnership with and moderated by Alexandra Lebret, European Producers Club
As a film producer, how to deal with music ?
A roundtable about the relationship between producers and music supervisors, to better understand how music supervisors can provide support to producers both artistically and financially across all stages of the film process, including pre-production, production and post-production phases. The panel will highlight the collaborative achievements of two successful producer-music supervisors duos:
- Alexandre Gavras (producer, KG Productions, France) and Thibault Deboaisne (Sound Division, France) worked together on Xavier Legrand’s films Custody and Le Successeur (in competition in Les Arcs this year). Deboaisne also worked lately on Anatomy of a Fall by Justine Triet and The Night of the 12th by Dominique Moll.
- Erik Glijnis (producer, Lemming Film, The Netherlands) and Laura Bell (Bell Music Supervision, The Netherlands) collaborated on Sweet Dreams by Ena Sendijarević and Melk by Stefanie Kolk both screened in the programming of the festival this year.
Moderated by Perrine Quennesson
Sacem presentation : Rights collection and support to original score
Learn everything you need to know about la Sacem’s role & financial aid, from the basics to their latest news.
The speakers will be: Clementine Harland, Head of Sacem’s Music to Image, Film and Audiovisual Department, Xavier Forcioli (Galilea Music), President of Sacem’s Audiovisual Commission, Alexandre Mahout, Director of Repertoire Development at Sacem’s Membership Department
We’ll be looking at changes in the criteria for subsidizing the creation of original music, support for Cultural Action, and news on rights collection and SVOD in particular.
⚠️ In French!
Masterclass Music & Cinema
WITH PABLO PICO & BENOIT CHIEUX
Benoit Chieux is a French director of animated films working for the Folimage studio, with which he favors artisanal work. He notably directed the short films Tigres à la queue leu leu and Le Jardin de midnight, both nominated for the César of best animated short film in 2016 and 2018. His second feature film, Sirocco and the kingdom of the winds, opened the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and won the audience prize.
Pablo Pico combines classical percussion training with self-taught composition. Live musician and composer, he turned to film music in 2010 with several short films, and in 2015 signed the soundtrack for ADAMA by Simon Rouby, his first feature film, in collaboration with the rapper Oxmo Puccino.
Hosted by journalist Perrine Quennesson with the support of Sacem & 22D Music.
⚠️This masterclass will be in French
Head of Industry
Industry Village Program Manager