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About Tutors

Sebastien Aubert
Sebastien Aubert cofounded Adastra Films in 2008 in Cannes, France, at the age of 24. He has produced 11 international short films which have gathered over 400 festival selections and 60 awards worldwide, including the most selective events such as Sundance (4 films selected) or Clermont-Ferrand. In 2014 his first feature film "Brides”, coproduced with Georgia, won an Audience Award at the Berlinale in the Panorama Section and has been selected at Tribeca, Busan and BFI London. The same year, Sebastien received the Best Young Producer award by France Televisions. During the 68th Cannes Film Festival, SCREEN puts him on the list of the “future leaders in film production”. In 2015 Sebastien is among the “top 100 emerging Managers of France” by the French business magazine Le Journal des Entreprises.
The topic of the workshop: How to produce a modern documentary
More about Sebastien Aubert: Sebastien Aubert LinkedIn

Paul Nethercott
Producer Paul Nethercott (USA) has credits on films that have screened at dozens of film festivals internationally and won numerous awards. His film Jitensha won the Vision Award for Best Short Film at Heartland Film Festival and was an official selection at the prestigious Venice Film Festival in Italy. Nethercott speaks Japanese and has produced many films in that language.
The topic of the workshop: Case Study: The Making of Finding Beauty in the Rubble
Paul Nethercott will lead a session on the making of Finding Beauty in the Rubble — a short award-winning documentary film he produced in Japan. Ample time for discussion and questions will make this a very practical time of learning how to successfully make a low budget documentary film.
More about Paul Nethercott: Paul Nethercott LinkedIn

Ramunė Rakauskaitė
Working as a professional director and scriptwriter since 1997. Directed short films and documentaries. She has gained awards and prizes in national and international film festivals and has been working as a university lecturer since 2014. In 2010 she has edited the memoirs book about film director H. Sablevicius

2nd of October:
(Introduction to Lithuanian documentary);
AMII Address: Senasis Minsko pl. 92, Vilniaus raj. Lithuania

3rd of October
Work in teams, consultations;

4th of Octobe
11:00 PAUL NETHERCOTT workshop (The Case Study:
The Making of Finding Beauty in the Rubble),
13:00 presentation of film ideas (Pitching);
AMII Address: Senasis Minsko pl. 92, Vilniaus raj. Lithuania

5th of October
Consultations, location scouting, distribution of filming techniques

6th of October
Consultations, Documentary films shooting

7th of October
Consultations, Documentary films shooting

8th of October
Documentary films shooting

9th of Octobe
Preparation for editing

10th of October
10:00 SEBASTIEN AUBERT workshop
(How to produce a modern documentary).
LMTA Address: Kosčiuškos g. 12, Vilnius

11th of October

12th of Octobe
Technical screen

13th of Octobe
Final postproduction works;

14th of October
Final documentary films screening.


Vilniaus rajonas, Rukainių seniūnija,
Bareikiškių kaimas, Senasis Minsko pl. 92
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Laura Vrubliauskaitė

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