November 17: Meetings
To get off on the right foot with the 2nd MixLab SPcine, we invited one one the most important contemporary filmmakers. Gus Van Sant will tell the audience the main aspects of his life and work.
November 21: Talks
The opening act of 2nd MixLab Spcine invites all Lab guest participants to present themselves. Each participant will be invited to briefly and concisely introduce themselves and their work or the institution they represent at the Festival.
The MixLab Spcine welcomes filmmakers to discuss the production, distribution and exhibition process, comparing the Brazilian and foreign scenario. They had their films shown all over the world and can shed a light on how the audiovisual industry and market operates in different countries and offer their perspectives on it.
The MixLab Spcine once again welcomes national and international guests that represent important film festivals around the world. A great opportunity for all audiovisual producers to get to know, from an internal perspective, how registration and selection works, as well as the main criteria of the festivals.
How an idea gets transformed into (moving) image? Two important Brazilian cinematographers that regularly worked both in short and feature films in recent years take the stage at MixLab SPcine. They will discuss the role of the DP during the creative process in filmmaking.
The Cinema da Vela (Candle Cinema) will discuss inclusion in cinema, the representativity of black characters and those living beyond township lines in audiovisual, in particular in LGBTQ Cinema. Among the questions to be addressed in the discussion are authorship, who are making these films and where they are shown.
November 22: Presentations
A talk about film market with those who understand the best the audiovisual sector in São Paulo – Spcine. At the 2nd MixLab Spcine, the Spcine Executive Director, Renato Nery, and Tammy Weiss, São Paulo Film Commission Coordinator, present the several Spcine projects to the audiovisual production.
A presentation and talk about BRLab, biggest audiovisual project development laboratory in Brazil, that also receives projects from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula.
These days, the theater is only one of the exhibition platforms available to those producing moving image. This table will present two cases of streaming services: REVRY and VIDEOCAMP.
How to deliver a film and other audiovisual works to a public more digitally connected each new day? New approaches used in communication and distribution strategies to bridge the gap between filmmaker the public will be presented and explained.