Workshops

Panel “The documentary as a cultural manifestation”

– Jorge Dalton, Suzy Caula, Iván Pérez Carrión and Rienzi Pared Pérez.
26.01.2017 / 9:00 am
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

To develop the use of the low resources and obtaining professional results as one of the main keys of the documentary genre. As well as an overview of the recent Salvadoran and Cuban film production that has the documentary as the main genre to be developed.

III Dominicana Film Lab

– Diego Musiak, Luis Rafael Gonzalez, Rafael Calviño.
From 26.01.2017 to 30.01.2017
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 2)

Develop and advise creative proposals from the script, vision and production scheme that allows to guide the creation of a solid project, which is not only an intention but a great film production.

The Dominican Film Lab provides an ideal setting for not only the development of national projects, but also for these young people to exchange experiences with the international industry that visits the Dominican Republic each year, through the Dominican Global Film Festival (FCGD).

Cinematographic Production

– Salvatore Basile
26.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Community College (ITSC)

The purpose of this meeting is to share with you the personal experiences I have had, pleasure and many times, the honor of having lived together with directors such as Sergio Leone, Werner Herzog, Francesco Rosi, Gillo Pontecorvo, Sergio Cabrera , Roland Joffe, in my dress of producer, assistant director and more than 30 films as an actor.

Design and Cinema

– Arnold Schwartzman
26.01.2017 – 3:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

Arnold Schwartzman’s visual presentation will review some of the highlights of his over 60-year career as an Oscar-winning documentary director and world-renowned graphic designer. The themes include his designs as the Design Director for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles; The opening of sequences of titles for his documentary films; Posters, programs, trailers, etc.

Workshop “Cinematographic Direction”

– Andrew Davis
27.01.2017 / 9:00 am
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

“Beyond Entertainment. Ibero-american cinema as a didactic method”

– Raúl González
27.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Community College (ITSC)

The film industry was developed with the main purpose of entertaining the audience. We know that the life span of a film is about three years after it premiers, unless it’s a Box Office hit, which would increase its life to about five years. In this presentation, we will explore how to use Ibero-american films as an educational methodology to engage and teach students. We will use didactic methods that empower educators to share cinema that speaks to diverse cultures and perspectives with young people from all walks of life. Additionally, discussing ways in which film exposes importance of Iberian American cinema and bridges the generational gaps between our youth and their cultural and historical understandings.

Casting Workshop “The Talent behind talent”

– Edna Lerebours and Miguel Fernández”
27.01.2017 – 2:00 pm
Community College (ITSC)

The growing Dominican film industry has uncovered new specializations for our young professionals, and the casting direction is undoubtedly one of the most successful films in the country, due to the great need to find new talents for The great amount of cinematographic productions that are made in DR every year. So this workshop is for those who want to know the inside of the casting process and the different needs that must cover the position, with real examples of what is lived on the film set.

“Beyond Entertainment. Ibero-american cinema as a didactic method”

– Raúl González
27.01.2017 – 5:00 pm
UNAPEC

The film industry was developed with the main purpose of entertaining the audience. We know that the life span of a film is about three years after it premiers, unless it’s a Box Office hit, which would increase its life to about five years. In this presentation, we will explore how to use Ibero-american films as an educational methodology to engage and teach students. We will use didactic methods that empower educators to share cinema that speaks to diverse cultures and perspectives with young people from all walks of life. Additionally, discussing ways in which film exposes importance of Iberian American cinema and bridges the generational gaps between our youth and their cultural and historical understandings.

Workshop “Discover your own voice”

– Kisha Burgos
27.01.2017 – 3:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

Conversation and Practical Screenwriting Workshop directed to people with the interest on screenwriting with or without previous experience, with or without some idea to develop. I will share my experiences and creative processes as a screenwriter, actress and producer while discussing the necessary foundations to write an original script. Much of the session will be dedicated to performing writing exercises and dynamics in ways to practice storytelling and to explore other forms of creation.

The aim of the workshop is to bring each participant to their own voice. Inspire and promote creative tools for the conception of new stories and the writing of screenplays from more personal, intimate and pertinent places to our times.

Meeting “Present and Future DR: Film Industry”

– Leonel Fernández (FUNGLODE Presiden), Omar De La Cruz (FCGD Director), Yvette Marichal (DGCINE), Juan Basanta (Adocine President), Archie López (Panamericana), Zumaya Cordero (Caribbean Cinemas), Gilberto Morrillo (BKT), Laura Castellanos (Legalia), Manuel Corripio (Palacio Del Cine), Elena Villardel (IBERMEDIA), Iván Trujillo (Festival De Cine de Guadalajara), Juan Carlos Arciniegas (CNN En Español)
28.01.2017 – 9:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

The meeting will feature important personalities, producers, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, journalists, investors, directors of international festivals, among others, who aspire to make the meeting a starting point, which will continue the development of the film industry.

Independent Cinema and poetry: a Cuban experience

– Miguel Coyula, Rafael Alcides
28.01.2017 – 3:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

We will talk about Cuban poetry, specifically about the poetic generation known as the “Generation of the 50s” that emerged in the second half of the 20th century and which emerges with the triumph of the revolutionary insurrection of 1959.

Also of how to work an independent cinema in content as in form. With a very low budget where post-production is required to add elements to the plans with before and after demonstrations.

Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba Co-production market

– Alfredo Calviño, Tanya Valette, Luis Miñarro, Carlos Lechuga y Miguel Coyula
From 29.01.2017 to 30.01.2017
9:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 1)

It is a space in which producers and filmmakers from our region meet for the presentation of projects under development. The main objective is that these meetings foster the possibility of strategic alliances, cooperation and exchange of experiences. Allowing the development and dynamization of the audiovisual industries in the Caribbean.

ACTOR’S STUDIO

– Josue Guerrero
29.01.2017 – 10: 00 am
Mauricio Báez

ACTOR’S STUDIO

Julietta Rodríguez
29.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Alianza Juvenil, La Romana

ACTOR’S STUDIO

Yubo Fernández
29.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Palacio del Cine Santiago

ACTOR’S STUDIO

– María Castillo y Manuel Chapuseaux
29.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Palacio del Cine Blue Mall

ACTOR’S STUDIO

– Eva Arias
29.01.2017 – 10:00 am
Palacio del Cine Higuey

ACTOR’S STUDIO

– Yasser Michelen
29.01.2017 – 10:00 am
UASD Nagua

Panel “Writing for Documentary Script”

– Johanné Gómez
30.01.2017 – 3:00 pm
Hotel Intercontinental (Lincoln 2) / Intercontinental Hotel (Lincoln 2)

Documentary as fiction requires writing. The script for this genre is moldable material, rewritten at each stage, from conception to assembly. We approach the documentary script as a sculptural figure. Initially we define the material to work, then we look for the shape, chiseling the reality.