Once a year, the workshop welcomes 22 participants and some 20 international experts specialised in various aspects of post-production and international co-productions. EP2C 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. Producers come with a feature film project (fiction or documentary at development stage) on which they will work with the experts for a week. Post-production supervisors are assigned to producers’ projects. The workshop gives them an opportunity to share experiences and talk about methods used in their countries. This annual itinerant workshop is supported by the Media Programme of the European Union and was created on the initiative of the Belgium production company Entre Chien et Loup (Diana Elbaum & Sébastien Delloye). The previous editions took place in Belgium (2010), Poland (2011), Germany (2012) and Belgium (2013).