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Post production workshop the EP2C - European Post Production Connection - has changed its name to APostLab. The name change and new logo were presented at the workshop's annual cocktail party during the 2018 edition of the Cannes Film festival.

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Are you a producer or a post production supervisor looking for a better understanding of the post production process? 

APostLab is offering a 6-day workshop dedicated to the management of post-production of feature length films in a co-production environment.

APostLab offers a unique residential workshop for 22 producers and post production supervisors to design the post production of their international co-production. During the week we address technical, financial and artistic post-production aspects with a focus on the challenges of the international co-production environment, leading to a detailed post production budget for your film.


During the workshop, participants will be teamed up per project. The teams are coached by top-level producers and post production supervisors. Each morning we will work on the film projects during group sessions and individual meetings. After lunch, international industry experts will bring you up to speed on post production topics like VFX, deliverables, DCP, clearances and workflows.

PARTICIPANTS (18 European and 4 non-European)

  • you are a producer with an international film project in development, financing or pre-production
  • you are an independent post production supervisor
  • you are an in-house post producer at a production company or post production facility

The working language of all workshops, meetings and events is English; thus, a good knowledge of English is essential in order to participate.


1.600 euro. This amount covers training, accommodation and subsistence during the workshop. Participants must pay their own travel costs. 

For financial support, check out with your national film institute, as most of them support our participants.

In many countries scholarships are available for this training. Please look into your local scholarship options before applying to us. Please note that most Creative Europe Desks can help you to find financial support for your participation consult your national Creative Europe Desk!

APostLab Scholarships are available and will be assigned by merit.


APostLab was created in 2009 in the firm belief that a well-scheduled, well-budgeted, well-run post-production, apart from saving the producer a lot of work, time, and money, will most of all protect the film from unnecessary artistic compromise.

The previous editions took place in: Belgium (2010), Poland (2011), Germany (2012), Austria (2014), Luxembourg (2015), Germany (2016) and Hungary (2018)