EIFF is committed to developing and enhancing the existing film industry along with supporting and promoting exciting new films and talent.

EIFF Works in Progress is a one-day event (23rd June 2019) where invited international sales agents, distributors, producers and festival programmers can get an ahead-of-the-game look at upcoming British feature films. EWiP will offer a selection of quality narrative feature projects which are in production or post-production and are seeking an international sales agent.

Selected Projects 2019

We are delighted to announce that the following projects have been selected for EIFF Works in Progress 2019:

 

A Grown Woman

Genre: Millennial psychological drama

Writer / Director: Shalini Adnani

Producers:  Cait Lyn Adamson, Shalini Adnani, Bertil Nilsson

DOP: Cameron Ward, Anna Macdonald

 

Granada Nights

Genre: Self-Discovery Drama

Writer / Director: Abid Khan

Producer:  Abid Khan

DOP:  Ossi Jalkanen

 

Threads

Genre: Documentary

Director: Oliver David

Writer: Helen David

Producers:  Georgina Paget, Oliver David

DOP:  Jackie Teboul

 

LFD-HOPE

Writer / Director:  Joshua Loftin

Producer: Balint Revesz

DOP: Ruben Woodin Dechamps

 

Jaws of Life

Genre: Drama

Director, Writer, Producer:  Urban Pekle

DOP: Janez Stucin

 

You Might Get Lost

Genre: Thriller

Writer / Director: Jim Eaves

Producer:  Laura Eaves

DOP: Megan Gordan

 

Women Behind the Wheel: Unheard Voices on the Pamir Highway

Genre: Documentary

Directors / Producers / DOPS:  Hannah Congdon, Catherine Haigh

 

A Night In '97

Writer / Director: Sam Prudence

Producers:  Sebastien Blanc, Davide Marangoni

DOP: Jamie Touche

 

Hilda

Writer / Director: Rishi Pelham

Producers:  Tomos Roberts & Nassim Mniai

DOP: Joseph Hobbs

 

The Wolf Suit

Writer / Director: Sam Firth

Producers: Sam Firth, Ivana McKinnon

DOP: George Geddes

 

2018 Winner

The winner of 2018 year’s EIFF Works in Progress and recipient of the £2,500 prize was Riding The Wave by Martyn Robertson.

Martyn Robertson said “Pitching amongst so many other strong fiction and non-fiction projects was daunting but a very worthwhile experience. The chance to meet sales agents and distributors along with potential financiers was great too. This award means I can continue following Ben & Marti’s story in the immediate future. This award solves the problem of continuing filming a time sensitive documentary while we piece together completion financing. It’s also a welcome recognition for a project that I’ve been working on for nearly two years now and gives me added confidence in my story and quest to complete this film. Thanks to everyone in the Industry & Talent Development team at EIFF for the opportunity to participate and for selecting my project to receive this year’s award!

EIFF Works in Progress is supported through the Scottish Government’s Festivals Expo Fund and by Creative Scotland.
Scottish Government and Creative Scotland

 

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