- Professionals and press
- General public
- Série Series throughout the year
Three days of screenings and meetings for sharing the best of European series and introducing their creators.
The 8th season takes place from Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd July 2019 in Fontainebleau.
Free of charge, subject to availability. Tickets-holders have priority entry.
Série Series is taking to the Fontainebleau forest for an extraordinary immersive experience on Sunday 30th June!
In the middle of a clearing surrounded by century-old trees, at twilight, the public will be invited to dive into the mysterious atmosphere of a cult series, a pioneer of the “Nordic Noir”…
Join famous detective Sarah Lund (Sofie Gråbøl) and relive her very first case in the heart of the Danish forest.
Série Series, in partnership with the National Forests Office, will give you the opportunity to (re)discover the first episode from the series created by Søren Sveistrup and broadcast on DR in Denmark from 2007 to 2012. The creative team will also be there.
CREDITS FOR EPISODE 1
Screenwriters: Torleif Hoppe, Per Daumiller, Søren Sveistrup Director: Birger Larsen Composer: Frans Bak Cast: Sofie Gråbøl, Lars Mikkelsen, Bjarne Henriksen, Ann Eleonora Jørgensen, Søren Malling
Screening and case study: Happily Never After
Karen, a 38-year-old couples counselor and mother of three, has her life turned upside down when she discovers her husband's infidelity. Suddenly single, she must say good-bye to the utopian vision of the perfect nuclear family, and the professional advice she gives her clients now seem absurd. Every other weekend, the so-called "daddy weekends", are what Karen now fears most.
Screening of an episode and case study with Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir (creator, screenwriter, director, producer, actor).
Screening and case study: Grenslanders
In a godforsaken bordertown where nothing is what it seems, a Dutch detective and a Belgian psychiatrist fight an unpredictable battle to save the life of a young girl, who has fallen into the hands of an age old human trafficking organisation.
Screening and case study with Rik D’Hiet (co-creator, screenwriter), Chantal van der Horst (producer, Column Film), Peter Bouckaert (producer, Eyeworks Film & TV Drama), Jasmine Sendar (actress), Mylène Verdurmen (broadcaster, AVROTROS), Elly Vervloet (broadcaster, VRT)
Modéré par Caroline Palmstierna (consultant)
Presented in the DR Focus : When The Dust Settles
When the Dust Settlesis a multi-plot drama that portrays the lives of eight Copenhagen citizens, during the days before and after a tragic terrorist attack shocks the city. As the stories of the eight characters interweave throughout the season, it becomes apparent that their lives are connected in unexpected ways.
Screening of the first episode followed by a case study with Dorte Høgh and Ida Ryden (creators, screenwriters) and Stinna Lassen (producer).
Chaired by Pierre Zéni (journalist, CANAL+)
Country: Denmark Original idea: Dorte W. Høgh, Ida Maria Rydén Screenwriters: Dorte W. Høgh, Ida Maria Rydén Director: Milad Alami (ep 1, 2, 5), Jeanette Nordahl (ep 3, 4), Iram Haq (ep 6, 7, 8), ep 9, 10 TBA Composer: Maartin Dirkov Production: DR Drama Producer: Stinna Lassen Broadcaster: Danish Broadcasting Corporation Distributor: DR Sales Cast : Jacob Lohmann, Karen-Lise Mynster, Peter Christoffersen, Arian Kashef, Henning Jensen, Viola Martinsen, Malin Crepin, Adam Brix Format: 10 x 60' Date of broadcast: 1 Jan. 2020
Screening and case study: Polichinels
Marion and Salomé decide to have a child. It's not an easy decision. On one side ther’s Marion who knows she wants to be a mother, on the other Salomé still doubts herself and her ability to be a mother. With humour, they'll have to face social constructs, their friends and family, and the reality of pregnancy and constructing a homoparental family. The couple goes through highs and lows, inevitable conflicts that feed their desire to have a child together... or question it.
Screening and case study with Sandra Parra (creator, actress), Adrien Pallatier (editor), Théo Laboulandine (producer, Melocoton Films)
Chaired by Bérengère Legrand (producer, Septembre Productions)
Masterclass: Isobel Waller-Bridge
Composer - United Kingdom
Isobel Waller-Bridge is a composer and musician for fi lm, television and theatre. Her notable work includes the soundtracks to Vanity Fair, The Split and Fleabag. Isobel brilliantly and eff ortlessly works with orchestral music, electronic sound design, experimental music and songs - for series 2 of Fleabag, she even played around with a religious choir. All the while, her work is signed off with her instinctively recognisable and decidedly contemporary tone. We are delighted to be able to showcase a young and talented composer like Isobel, who has had such a phenomenal and fascinating career so far. It’s also a superb opportunity for professionals and the public to approach the subject of music’s role within series with Isobel.
Screening and case study: Hide and Seek
In an ordinary looking apartment, a father and daughter play a game of hide-and-seek. While searching for his daughter, she is nowhere to be found... Later, a video is posted which shows the girl holding a sign with a mysterious set of numbers. But what do they mean? She’s the first of several children who disappear without a trace in a small industrial town.
Screening and case study with Simor Galsenko (scriptwriter, author of original idea), Iryna Gromozda (director), Sergey Krutko (director of photography), Olesya Lukanenko (producer, FILM.UA)
Chaired by Philippe Triboit (screenwriter, director)
With Lewis Arnold (director) and Babou Ceesay (actor)
Chaired by Pierre Zéni (journalist, CANAL+)
January 27, 1994. The bodies of a man and two 25-year-old models are found riddled with bullet holes in the house of a nightclub owner. The police find a camera set up in the living room of the victim, which has filmed the murder. Three weeks later, at a police station in another district, an officer thinks he recognizes one of the killers: Pablo Ibar. None of the evidence found at the crime scene points to him… But it does not matter. Pablo is sentenced and sent to death row.
Screening of two episodes followed by a discusison with Amy Chappelhow (script editor, Two Brothers).
Chaired by Marike Muselaers (co-CEO, Lumiere Group)
The inner workings of a shoot
See backstage into the making of a series by attending a work session with a screenwriter, a director and actors.
With Dominique Baron, director, Sandra Luce, actress, and Issaka Sawadogo, actor.
Chaired by Cécile Camp et Mathéo Capelli, actors.
In partnership with
Closing ceremony : screening of 45 Revoluciones
November 1962. First morning of the Price Circus. Thousands of young people congregate to sing and dance to the songs of the leading bands of the moment. The show is about to end, when a boy jumps on stage, it is Robert Aguirre, who with all the nerve of the world begins to play a song.
Upon leaving the Price, Guillermo intercepts Robert and offers him to be part of his new project: Futura. His idea is to convince Don Alfredo, the president of Golden Records, to bet on rock and create Futura as the new sub-label at the record company. In reality, Golden has a portfolio made of folkloric music, singers of copla and even the prodigy Marisol, but Guillermo is convinced that rock is the future. He has three months period to present a proposal that convinces the board of directors.
Screening of the first episode in presence of Gema R. Neira (creator, screenwriter) and David Pinillos (director) and Guiomar Puerta (actress).
Chaired by Pierre Zéni (journalist, CANAL+).