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Film distribution event, London, 13 June
Impression MeCETES and Creative Europe Desk UK present: UK Film Distribution: What’s Changing? A one-day event on the changing nature of UK film distribution 12-5pm, Monday 13 June 2016 Regent Street Cinema, London W1B 2UW Film distribution is changing. The traditional windowing model, whereby films open exclusively in cinemas before they are introduced to the home video market, and thereafter on television, is being undermined by new release strategies.
Special issue on Danish TV drama
o-THE-KILLING-facebook The latest volume of the Danish cinema journal Kosmorama a features a special issue on Danish TV drama with contributions from the MeCETES Copenhagen team. Eva Novrup Redvall edits the special issue, together with Jakob Ion Wille and Lynge Stegger Gemzøe, while Signe Sophus Lai and Cecilie Astrupgaard contribute an article on Danish audiences. Other contributors include Jakob Isak Nielsen, Anne Marit Waade and Jakob Ion Wille, Iben Albinus Sabroe, Audun Engelstad ...
MeCETES Team Meeting, Pasulo, Italy
Mecetes meeting13 The MeCETES team met for their annual team meeting on April 7-8 in Pasulo, Italy. This will be their final meeting before the end-of-project conference at the University of York in September, 2016. MeCETES Team Meeting, Pasulo, Italy The two-day workshop gave the Brussels, Copenhagen and York teams the chance to discuss their progress over the last six months, present initial findings and plan forthcoming activities, including the end-of-project conference and ...
Tim Raats at Oxford Media Convention
Tim Raats Tim Raats in panel on the future of European television production at Oxford Media Convention On Wednesday 2nd of March, Tim Raats joined a panel on the future of original production in the Digital Single Market at the Oxford Media Convention. This conference, hosted by the left-leaning think tank IPPR attracted over 300 professionals. Secretary of State John Whittingdale, Rona Fairhead (chair of the BBC Trust) and Sir David Clementi ...
Registration for European Screens conference open – 5-7 September, 2016
Eurofilm Registration is now open for the European Screens conference at the University of York, 5-7 September 2016. Following on from our previous successful academic-industry events at the Ostend Film Festival in 2014 and the Danish Film Institute in 2015, the European Screens ...
Roderik Smits moderates panel on sales and distribution
Roderik Smits in conversation with sales agents and distributors at the MeCETES industry event at the Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen on 9 September 2015. On behalf of the MeCETES York team, Roderik Smits will debate the changing nature of the film distribution business at the Film Expo South industry event in Southampton on 4 February 2016. Roderik Smits in conversation with sales agents and distributors at the MeCETES industry event at the Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen on 9 September 2015. Roderik will be accompanied by Michael Ryan (GFM Films), Mark Vennis (MovieHouse Pictures) and Steve ...
Cinema focus group participants wanted
focus group study2-1 Cinema focus group participants wanted Receive a £10 gift card for Amazon, M&S, Vue or Picturehouse Cinemas! Researchers at the University of York are keen to talk to people from across the UK about their views on European film*. We are looking to recruit a range of people – including those who rarely or never watch European films – to participate in focus groups in York, Cardiff, Glasgow and London. Focus groups last ...
MeCETES team participate in TV from Small Nations seminar
Hinterland1Main MeCETES team members Eva Novrup Redvall (University of Copenhagen) and Tim Raats (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) participated in a research seminar hosted by the University of South Wales in Cardiff on November 16, 2015. The ‘Television from Small Nations’ network is a multidisciplinary international research network that addresses specific challenges and opportunities facing broadcasters and producers in small markets.
Call for papers – European Screens conference
tftv European Screens: An international conference Perspectives on European film, television and the audiovisual industries University of York, UK September 5-7, 2016 From films like Ida, The Kings Speech, Taken, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Intouchables and The Great Beauty, to television dramas like The Killing, The Returned, Generation War, Salamander and Downton Abbey, there seems to be a new vitality to the European audiovisual industries.
MeCETES Team Present at ‘Crime Pays, Crime Days’ Conference
The Bridge The MeCETES Team presented at the ‘Crime Pays, Crime Days’ conference, Denmark. The two Danish universities of Aalborg and Aarhus teamed up for this two-day conference held on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of October at the Aalborg University. The conference brought together insights and researchers from four different large-scale projects, looking at various elements in production and distribution of European TV drama: Success in the Film and ...
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