By 2021 all of your audience will be on the Internet.
As a producer – how will you reach your audience? As an industry – what will the new business model be? How will the distributors, sales agents and marketing people help your film be financed, released and seen?
The digital revolution has reshaped the audiovisual sector. Therefore new issues such as the protection of intellectual property, securing access to finance in a rapidly changing sector and ensuring the proper distribution of works have arisen as key challenges. The objective of the Creative Europe MEDIA programme is focusing on the initiatives that can have a real impact on the audiovisual sector across Europe.
With her company Ideal Filmworks Linda Beath has more than 20 years of experience (both in Canada and Italy) in development and production financing for international co-productions of high quality feature films and television programmes. She trains producers and other practitioners in Europe and the South Mediterranean in project financing and strategic business planning for their companies, and is the finance expert for one of the most prominent European professional trainings, project development and networking organisations for audiovisual producers, EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs). She consults public funders on policy issues, at this time especially with respect to the industry‘s need for a new business model.
The event is organised by the Creative Europe Desk Slovenia / Motovila Institute in partnership with the AIPA institute in the framework of the 25th anniversary of the Creative Europe MEDIA programme.
The event will be held in English. Participation is free of charge.
Pre-registration until 10 November (see below). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.