Want to hear from the biggest names in media innovation, uncover the latest in immersive and multi-platform storytelling, discover new finance and distribution opportunities and network with the who’s who of the industry? Power to the Pixel: The Cross-Media Forum is for you!
THE CONFERENCE – 13 October
A series of boundary pushing think pieces and case studies around cross-platform brand-building, audience engagement strategies, new business models and virtual story worlds.
• Gabo Arora – Senior Advisor, United Nations & Filmmaker, VRSE.works
• Alex Ayling – Head, BBC Worldwide Digital Studios
• Marc Beaudet – CEO, Turbulent
• Wendy Bernfeld – Founder & Managing Director, Rights Stuff
• Catalina Briceño – Industry and Market Trends Director, Canada Media Fund
• Ingrid Kopp – Director, Digital Initiatives, Tribeca Film Institute
• Daniel Singer – CEO, Mavens
• Hughes Sweeney – Head of French Language Interactive Media Production, NFB Canada
THE PIXEL MARKET FINANCE FORUM – 14 October
Gain invaluable insight into what projects international financiers and commissioners are backing. Eight teams will present their interactive projects to a panel composed of financiers, distributors and experts who will use each project as the basis to discuss what they are on the look out for.
Panelists include representatives from Shaw Rocket Fund, Penguin Random House UK, National Theatre, BBC, ZDF, ARTE, Bayerischer Rundfunk, PBS / POV, Tribeca Film Institute, CNC, The Guardian, CFC Media Lab, Centre Phi, Reboot Stories, The Space and more.
Plus – ticket holders also gain access to The Opening Night Party at the Marriott County Hall and The Pixel Market Finance Forum networking drinks at Topolski.
Join over 800+ professionals working in film, TV, games, interactive, advertising, publishing and the arts as they experience ground breaking ideas and innovations of modern storytelling, audience engagement and business practices in two jam-packed days. Check out the experts attending this year here.
Power to the Pixel: The Cross-Media Forum is supported Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union.
Additional support from BFI Film Fund, Arts Council England, British Council, Creative Skillset, Canada Media Fund, INCAA, IMCINE, RioFilme, FIRJAN, SICAV, ARTE, Telefilm, Bell Fund, Cesnik Quintino & Salinas, POV, ABPITV, IFP and Cinekid.