Producing Without Borders: International Co-Productions

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Brendan Foley

Webinar hosted by: Brendan Foley

Writer, Producer, and Director

Brendan Foley is a screenwriter, feature film director, producer and best-selling author. His feature films include multi-award winning action drama Johnny Was (Sony), thriller The Riddle (Image Ent/Mail on Sunday) with 2.6 million DVDs, and satire Legend of the Bog (Lionsgate). They starred Sir Derek Jacobi, Vinnie Jones, Vanessa Redgrave, Roger Daltrey and many others. Brendan is also a Writer-For-Hire for studio and independent projects such as immigration drama Addae’s Journey for Devonshire Productions, Endurance for Denmark’s Hannover Film and the upcoming Bus Pass Road Trip for Sir Derek Jacobi and friends. In TV drama, Brendan wrote the pilot for Danish drama Dr Feelgood for Monday TV. He is currently working on a new drama series with the BBC and Northern Ireland Screen (UK home of Game of Thrones). His past work has also been backed by the Irish Film Board, Danish Film Institute, Creative Europe and BLS Film Fund Italy. In animation, Brendan is co-creator of children’s environmental animated series Shelldon (NBC) and the Asian hit series Byrdland (GMM Grammy/ Shellhut). In books, his WWII escape biography Under the Wire became an international bestseller and was named Best New Writing by Waterstones bookstores. As a producer, Brendan works under the banner of The Proper Picture Company, alongside international producers Gavin James and Ned Dowd, whose past movies include: Apocalypto, Last of the Mohicans, King Arthur, Alexander and Hoffa. Prior to working in film and books, Brendan was an award-winning features journalist covering business, the environment and conflict in 77 countries world-wide, from bomb disposal in Angola to oil spills in Alaska. He also ran his own print and video consultancy that won the PR Week Award, three times. His international clients included Texaco, Hawker-Siddeley, Chevron, Coca-Cola and India's Tata Steel. Full Bio »

Webinar Summary

In the world of independent film and TV, productions are increasingly crossing borders in search of funding, locations and ultimately a wider audience. But the difference between a successful international co-production and an international road-crash often lies in the details of choice of partners, structures and creative material.

In this exclusive Stage 32 Next Level Webinar, Brendan Foley, an international producer (11 countries), writer and director with award winning feature films, TV series and best-selling books to his credit, will give an in-depth look at the pros and cons of international co-production. You will learn about different types of producing partners - creative, financial, public and private. You will also learn when co-producing makes sense for you or your project and when it should be avoided.

You will leave this webinar with an understanding of not only what makes an international co-production work, but how to look for producing partners, co-funders and how to protect yourself and your project along the way. This seminar is useful to Producers considering a co-production as well as writers, actors and directors who feel their talent or material would work best on an international scale.

PLUS - Brendan will have on two special guests: Ronni Coulter, SVP Business Affairs Sony Animation and top European co-producer Lars Hermann (CEO Copenhagen Film Festival and Danish state broadcaster DR, former Nordisk, Filmfyn Film Fund,)

Special Guests: Ronni Coulter (SVP Business Affairs Sony Animation) Lars Hermann (Copenhagen Film Festival)

What You'll Learn

  • Why co-produce?
  • When to avoid co-producing
  • The one key skill of co-production and how to ensure all partners are satisfied with the terms
  • Working across borders and why it can be twice the headache
  • Understanding types of funding - It's a small, small world
    • European co-productions 
    • USA - studio and indie 
    • Canada 
    • India and China 
    • UK 
    • Rest of world - case by case
    • Hollywood still dominates but how international markets play into that
  • Creative partners
    • How to ensure everyone is making the same movie
    • Pecking order is key - how that looks
    • Rewards and penalties
    • Who gets to give notes?
    • Advice or orders?
  • The top co-production budget issues and how to avoid them
  • Navigating cultural differences - what you will come across and how to manage
  • Financial partners
    • Putting the puzzle together - order matters
    • Private finance - mad, bad or both?
    • Public finance - local and national
    • Facilities finance 
    • Rewards and penalties
    • Culture
  • The paper trail
    • Actors, getting reads, attachments
    • Sales estimates 
    • "Bankable paper"
    • Finance LOIs
    • Interparty agreements, dual language
    • Deliverables
  • Studio case study - SONY
    • Johnny Was
  • Negotiating With Partners
  • European Perspective
    • Special guest Lars Hermann
  • Studio Perspective.
    • Special guest Ronnie Coulter
  • Recorded, in-depth Q&A with Brendan

About Your Instructor

Brendan Foley is a screenwriter, feature film director, producer and best-selling author. His feature films include multi-award winning action drama Johnny Was (Sony), thriller The Riddle (Image Ent/Mail on Sunday) with 2.6 million DVDs, and satire Legend of the Bog (Lionsgate). They starred Sir Derek Jacobi, Vinnie Jones, Vanessa Redgrave, Roger Daltrey and many others.

Brendan is also a Writer-For-Hire for studio and independent projects such as immigration drama Addae’s Journey for Devonshire Productions, Endurance for Denmark’s Hannover Film and the upcoming Bus Pass Road Trip for Sir Derek Jacobi and friends.

In TV drama, Brendan wrote the pilot for Danish drama Dr Feelgood for Monday TV. He is currently working on a new drama series with the BBC and Northern Ireland Screen (UK home of Game of Thrones). His past work has also been backed by the Irish Film Board, Danish Film Institute, Creative Europe and BLS Film Fund Italy.

In animation, Brendan is co-creator of children’s environmental animated series Shelldon (NBC) and the Asian hit series Byrdland (GMM Grammy/ Shellhut).

In books, his WWII escape biography Under the Wire became an international bestseller and was named Best New Writing by Waterstones bookstores.

As a producer, Brendan works under the banner of The Proper Picture Company, alongside international producers Gavin James and Ned Dowd, whose past movies include: Apocalypto, Last of the Mohicans, King Arthur, Alexander and Hoffa.

Prior to working in film and books, Brendan was an award-winning features journalist covering business, the environment and conflict in 77 countries world-wide, from bomb disposal in Angola to oil spills in Alaska. He also ran his own print and video consultancy that won the PR Week Award, three times. His international clients included Texaco, Hawker-Siddeley, Chevron, Coca-Cola and India's Tata Steel.

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Reviews Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5

  • The problem was that you couldn't understand them for the first 1/2 hour, and it mostly seemed like they were chit chatting for the first hour. When the valuable information came, it didn't seem like much. I suggest this only if your really ready to do an international co-production
  • Informative and relatively comprehensive. A good crash course in international coproductions.

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