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Maurits Binger Film Institute




Binger Filmlab is an Amsterdam based international feature-film development centre where talented writers, directors, producers and script editors from around the world can place both their projects and their usual working practices within an inspiring environment of fellow film-makers, to be coached and supported by internationally acclaimed mentors and advisors.

Binger opened its doors in 1996 as a post academic training facility for film professionals and now - in these ten years - has matured into a challenging and unique film lab with intensive five-month programmes that focus on the development of projects and the individual talents that create them. In that time the world film community discovered this rich resource and we've welcomed to our global crossroads, film-makers from Western, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, The Middle East, Asia, Latin and North America, and the Australia/ Pacific region.

In this first 10-year trajectory Binger has also discovered its other natural allies in this work of supporting the brightest emerging talents; the Sundance Institute and its Labs in the US, The Nipkow programme residencies in Berlin, and Paris' Cinéfondation (Cannes Film Festival) residence.

Binger is a lab in the truest sense in that we don't set out to tell film-makers what they should do but rather challenge them to look at the many choices and recognise the wide array of possibilities which are inherent in their stories and lie within the vision for their film.

Consider 5 months in Amsterdam; a place of refuge, discovery and transgression since the Golden Age, Amsterdam is a place which helped inventing thinking outside the box. Binger Filmlab is uniquely situated in the heart of this vibrant city.



School name:Maurits Binger Film Institute
Address:Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 4-10
Zip & city:1012 RZ Noord-Holland
Phone:+31 (0) 20 530 9630
Web:http://www.binger.nl/
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Binger Filmlab is an Amsterdam based international feature-film development centre where talented writers, directors, producers and script editors from around the world can place both their projects and their usual working practices within an inspiring environment of fellow film-makers, to be coached and supported by internationally acclaimed mentors and advisors.

Binger opened its doors in 1996 as a post academic training facility for film professionals and now - in these ten years - has matured into a challenging and unique film lab with intensive five-month programmes that focus on the development of projects and the individual talents that create them. In that time the world film community discovered this rich resource and we've welcomed to our global crossroads, film-makers from Western, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, The Middle East, Asia, Latin and North America, and the Australia/ Pacific region.

In this first 10-year trajectory Binger has also discovered its other natural allies in this work of supporting the brightest emerging talents; the Sundance Institute and its Labs in the US, The Nipkow programme residencies in Berlin, and Paris' Cinéfondation (Cannes Film Festival) residence.

Binger is a lab in the truest sense in that we don't set out to tell film-makers what they should do but rather challenge them to look at the many choices and recognise the wide array of possibilities which are inherent in their stories and lie within the vision for their film.

Consider 5 months in Amsterdam; a place of refuge, discovery and transgression since the Golden Age, Amsterdam is a place which helped inventing thinking outside the box. Binger Filmlab is uniquely situated in the heart of this vibrant city.



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