Steve Stark, executive producer of The Event and Stefan Semeria, world expert on transmedia content will be there! Will you?
We are delighted to present our International TV drama seminar where the TV industry gets together and exchanges knowledge and ideas for the future. This year we focus on cross/transmedia and converging media, 360 formats, online strategies and target groups and we are proud to present inspiring and renowned international guests.
Welcome to Meeting Point Television!
Steve Stark, award-winning television executive and producer, currently executive producer of the TV series The Event. Previously Steve Stark developed and served as the executive producer of CBS’ long running drama series Medium, US: Inspiration: Steve Stark – The Event!
Stefano Semeria, Head of TV Program Planning at SFR (Swiss Television & Radio), and renowned authority on transmedia content, Switzerland: 360 Babylon
Steven Bachelder, Professor at Gotland University in Artistic Expression in Converging Media,SwedenRead more about our keynote speakers HERE >
Hanne Palmqvist, Head of Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Denmark
Hans Rossiné, Head of Drama NRK, Norway
Kari Moen Kristiansen, Producer Tordenfilm, Norway
Martin Persson, Producer Anagram Produktion, Sweden
Tomas Eskilsson, CEO Film i Väst, Sweden
Per-Erik Svensson, CEO Filmpool Nord, Sweden
Lene Heiselberg, Research Department, DR, Denmark
Mikael Sterner, Research Department, SVT, Sweden
Pontus Bergdahl, MMS, Sweden
Johan Mardell, Producer Pampas Produktion (Anno 1790), Sweden
Jessica Ericstam, Executive Producer TV4 (Inkognito), Sweden
Johan Hedman, Producer Tre Vänner (Inkognito), Sweden
Alain Darborg, Director Tre Vänner (Inkognito), Sweden
Tomas Tivemark, Scriptwriter Tre Vänner (Inkognito), Sweden
Pål O. Nissen, Producer NRK Drama (Schmokk), Norway
To be confirmed, SVT, Sweden
To be confirmed, TV4, Sweden
Julia Skott, Swedish journalist and film- and TV-critic will moderate the seminar.
For the first time this year! – You will have the exclusive opportunity to get to know our guests and your industry colleagues better at our specially organized Networking Cocktail at Hotel Elite Plaza.
The final programme, guest list and schedule will be presented shortly at www.giff.se.
Please note that we only have 120 seats available!
Register for this seminar here
When: Feb 2 13.00-17.00 (Cocktail 18.30-20.00), Feb 3 10.00–15.15 (Networking Cocktail 15.30-17.00)
Where: Biopalatset, Kungstorget 2, Gothenburg
Price: SEK 900 with an Industry, VIP or Nordic Film Market accreditation, SEK 1100 without accreditation (this also includes a guest accreditation value SEK 300, refreshments, lunch sandwich, dinner party at Riverton Skybar for our TV Drama guests, international guests and Nordic Film Lab, February 2 and Networking Cocktail at Elite Plaza, February 3)
Steve Stark is presented in collaboration with MediaXchange.
Stefano Semeria is presented in collaboration with Erich Pommer Institut and Media Desk Sweden.
Åsa Bernlo, CEO Göteborg International Film Festival
Cia Edström, Manager Nordic Film Market
For further information about the program, please contact Anna Christéen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Point Television at Nordic Film Market is presented in collaboration with MediaXchange and supported by Region Västra Götaland, Film i Väst, Nordic Ministry of Culture and Nordisk Film & TV Fond.
34th Göteborg International Film Festival Jan 28-Feb 7, 2011
Göteborg International Film Festival is the leading film festival in
Scandinavia and – with an audience of 200 000 visitors a year – one of the
largest festivals in the world. GIFF is always one step ahead in the search
for new talent and tomorrow’s stars with:
* The prestigious Dragon Awards, including The Dragon Award Best Nordic Film and
The Ingmar Bergman International Debut Award.
* The Nordic Film Market, presenting the latest and upcoming Scandinavian
films to international buyers, sales agents and festival programmers.
* The Göteborg International Film Festival Fund, supporting young talent in
developing countries, in cooperation with SIDA.
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