PRODUCTION VALUE

The European Scheduling & Budgeting Workshop

Why Production Value?

What is Production Value?

The Production Value Tutors

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To coach and monitor the budgeting and scheduling process of the projects within the workshop, Production Value has assembled a unique Pool of top-level European Line Producers and 1st Assistant Directors.

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Their most estimable experience (more than 15 films each) ranges from complex action films to shoots with a small crew on the other side of the world. They come from Germany, Spain, England, France, Italy, Norway and Switzerland, and have worked with some of Europe’s top Directors and Producers.

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The final list of Tutors is confirmed only in December of each year, prior to the January workshop, since the Production Value Tutors are all much sought-after professionals. The workshop is thus obliged to take into account last-minute engagements.

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An additional Visual Special Effects Supervisor is also available to the Juniors with projects involving VFX, to help hem find and budget appropriate creative solutions.

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Meet the Tutors of Production Value 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 — most of them will be returning in the next editions of the workshop!

JOSÉ-LUIS ESCOLAR — Senior Line Producer — Spain (2007, 2009, 2011 & 2015)
Over the years, Jose Luis Escolar has been line producing international and domestic productions in Spain, adding major titles (including AGORA, KNIGHT AND DAY, CLOUD ATLAS, KINGDOM OF HEAVEN, the libertador) to his career of over 30 films.
José-Luis Escolar on IMDb.com
  

FELIX BERGÈS — VFX Supervisor — Spain (2013)
A partner of VFX company EL RANCHITO, Felix has become immensely popular in the world of VFX for the tsunami sequences in THE IMPOSSIBLE by J.A Bayona. His previous works include the VFX of some of the best Spanish films of the decade, including AGORA by Alejandro Amenabar.
Felix Bergès on imdb
  

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LAURA FATTORI — Senior Line Producer — Italy (2008 & 2011)
After 40 years in the business, Laura Fattori has recently been in charge of 3 films by Martin Scorsese shot in Europe (KUNDUN, GANGS OF NEW YORK, THE LAST TEMPTATION OF CHRIST), as well as 2 films by Giuseppe Tornatore (THE LEGEND OF 1900, THE UNKNOWN WOMAN).
Laura Fattori on IMDb.com
  

DANIELA FORN MAYOR — Senior Assistant Director — Spain (2010, 2013 & 2016)
Leading female 1st AD, Daniela has assisted on films by many different Spanish directors as well as Woody Allen’s VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA and Brad Anderson’s THE MACHINIST and TRANSSIBERIAN. The challenge of THE IMPOSSIBLE by J.A. Bayona occupied her for almost a year.
Daniela Forn Mayor on IMDb.com
  

UDO HAPPEL – Senior Line Producer – Germany (2015)
Working as line producer on German-speaking productions, Udo is also a regular completion bond monitor on other films.
Udo Happel on IMDb.com
  

NICOLAS IMHOF — VFX Supervisor — Switzerland (2007, 2008 & 2009)
After some years in Hollywood as VFX Technical Director (SPEED 2, STUART LITTLE, SCOODY DOO), Nicolas Imhof has settled back in his home country, where he now works as a production designer and VFX supervisor.
Nicolas Imhof on IMDb.com
  

MARCEL JUST — Senior Assistant Director — Switzerland (2007)
With more than 40 films to his credit (including world successes VITUS and HANNAH ARENDT), Marcel Just has worked extensively on Swiss and German productions.
Marcel Just on IMDb.com
  

SCOTT KIRBY — Senior Assistant Director — Germany (2009 & 2014)
American-born Scott Kirby moved to Europe 25 years ago, and has since worked extensively on American productions shot in Berlin (V FOR VENDETTA, THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM) as well as A-class European arthouse films (a most wanted man, the voices).
Scott Kirby on IMDb.com
  

OLIVER LÜER — Senior Line Producer — Germany (2013)
Oliver’s experience has brought him to be in charge of 2 Roman Polanski’s films THE PIANIST and THE GHOST WRITER. He has also line produced films like WALKYRIE by Brian Singer and ALBERT SCHWEIZER in South Africa.
Oliver Lüer on IMDb.com
  

ALBERTO MANGIANTE — Senior Assistant Director — Italy (2011 & 2015)
One of the leading Italian assistant directors, ALBERTO MANGIANTE has worked regularly with Giuseppe Tornatore, as well as on American productions shot in Italy, such as THE TOURIST, OCEAN’12 and HANNIBAL and Woody Allen’s FROM LOVE TO ROME.
Alberto Mangiante on IMDb.com
  

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DAVID MARTINEZ ALVAREZ — Senior Assistant Director — Spain (2008 & 2012)
Working his way up in the Spanish industry, David Martínez Alvarez has collaborated extensively with Director Mario Camus, and was 1st Assistant Director on BAD EDUCATION by Pedro Almodovar.
David Martínez Alvarez on IMDb.com
  

MARCO VALERIO PUGINI — Senior Line Producer — Italy (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 & 2014)
With credits like ANGELS & DEMONS and the TV series ROME, Marco Valerio Pugini has established himself as a regular line producer for American productions shot in Italy. He was also co-executive producer for Spike Lee's MIRACLE AT ST-ANNA, and producer of the Italian feature film PA-RA-DA.
Marco Valerio Pugini on IMDb.com
  

PASCAL SALAFA — Senior Assistant Director — France (2007)
With such films as THE DA VINCI CODE and JOYEUX NOEL to his credit, Pascal Salafa was among the most sought-after 1st Assistant Directors in France, and a founding member and former President of the French Association of Assistant Directors, a.f.a.r. He has now become a producer.
Pascal Salafa on IMDb.com
  

FRANK SCHLEGEL — VFX Supervisor — Germany (2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 & 2016)
Both Visuel Effects and Model Supervisor, Frank has worked extensively on German and American movies shot in Berlin, including the Wachowsky’s Brothers' productions V FOR VENDETTA, NINJA ASSASSIN, SPEED RACER and Wes Anderson's GRAND HOTEL BUDAPEST.
Frank Schlegel on IMDb.com
  

MICHAEL SCHWARZ — Senior Line Producer — Germany (2008, 2010, 2014 & 2016)
Since 1988 has worked as a production manager and, later, as a line producer for numerous German and international feature films, with directors such as Roman Polanski (OLIVER TWIST) and Wim Wenders (FARAWAY, SO CLOSE), being responsible for budgets ranging from USD 2 to 50 million. Recently, he has line produced seasons 1 and 2 of the TV series BORGIA.
Michael Schwarz on IMDb.com
  

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MATHIAS SCHWERBROCK — Senior Line Producer — Germany (2007, 2008, 2012, 2015 & 2016)
Be it a big-budget movie or a provocatively small German film, Matthias Schwerbrock gets them made. His credits include more than two dozen films (among them NIGHTSONGS, JOHN RABE, DON 2, the voices).
Mathias Schwerbrock on IMDb.com
  

KAARE STOREMYR — Senior Line Producer — Norway (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2016)
Former DOP, Kaare Storemyr is now one of the most experienced Scandinavian line producers with many titles shooting overseas like the Norwegian hits wolf summer, a thousand times good night and Academy Award Nominee KON-TIKI.
Kaare Storemyr on IMDb.com
  

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STUART RENFREW — Senior Assistant Director — England (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016)
With more than 30 films to his credit (including Pride, BRIDGET JONES' DIARY and THE QUEEN for which he won a DGA award), Stuart Renfrew has worked extensively on British and international productions. He has enjoyed a long-term professional companionship with Director Stephen Frears over 6 films.
Stuart Renfrew on IMDb.com
  

HANS VAN HELDEN — Post-production Supervisor — Netherlands (2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016)
Both working as post-production supervisor and visual effects producer, Hans shares his professional career between the Netherlands and Belgium. He is a regular tutor of the training program EPC2 focusing on post-production.
Hans van Helden on IMDb.com
  

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DENIS RABAGLIA is Head of Studies. Denis originally created and developed the concept of Production Value. He is in charge of selecting the participants, scouting for film projects among film producers and directors, appointing the Seniors, and matching the participants to the film projects. He also moderates the event itself.

Born in 1966, the Italo-Swiss Denis Rabaglia is a writer-director with 4 film credits: 2 French-speaking television comedies (GROSSESSE NERVEUSE — Max Ophüls Prize 1994, starring Tom Novembre and Patrick Braoudé / PAS DE PANIQUE — Best Swiss TV Movie 2007, starring Frédéric Diefenthal and Roland Giraud) and 2 Italian-language feature films (AZZURRO — Best Swiss Feature Film 2001, starring Paolo Villaggio and Jean-Luc Bideau / MARCELLO MARCELLO — 2008). With AZZURRO, he holds the record for the biggest box office success in Switzerland for a feature film by a French-speaking Swiss director in the last 20 years. He has also worked as screenwriter for other directors, as playwright and as stage director. He has been collaborating with FOCAL for a number of years as a coordinator/consultant for many seminars and workshops at national and international levels (including “Avanti” for the South Caucasus).
Denis Rabaglia on IMDb.com

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