Årets filmfestival i Cannes blev som bekant inställd. Vad som däremot kommer äga rum är en onlineversion av den till festivalen tätt knutna filmmarknaden: Marché du Film d22 – 26 juni. På filmmarknaden är Filminstitutet medarrangör till flera webinarier. För att ta del av dessa behöver man inte vara ackrediterad till marknaden.

Creating the New Normal: Intersectionality in the Film Industry

Monday, June 22, 17.00 – 18.00 CET
Hosted by the Marché du Film, co-hosted by the Swedish Film Institute.
The panel will discuss paths toward an inclusive future for the film industry, where the creativity and business acumen of all its stakeholders is fully realized, without prejudice and bias. Panelists will weigh in on the state of the industry, talk about creative ways to move forward in the rapidly changing cultural and entrepreneurial landscape, and follow up on the progress of the 50/50 by 2020 movement.

A conversation with: 
Anna Serner, CEO, Swedish Film Institute
Dr. Emilia Roig, co-founder, Center for Intersectional Justice
Franklin Leonard, CEO and founder, The Black List
Moderator: Kaleem Aftab
Location: https://marchedufilm.online/ or Cannes Film Festival's Youtube channel.

I samarbete med det Danske Filminstitut, Finlands Filmstiftelse,  Norsk Filminstitutt och Icelandic Film Centre arrangerar Svenska Filminstitutet dessutom fem ytterligare webinarier. 

Gå in på denna länk för att anmäla er till Scandinavian Films Webinars

Pandemic Production: Lessons Learned in the Nordics

Monday, June 22, 15.00 – 16.00 CET
In the midst of the Coronavirus global pandemic, film and TV productions restarted (safely) earlier in the Nordics than the rest of the world. Learn from directors and producers how their shoots have resumed safely, as they discuss case studies of how exactly they have met the challenge of new health, safety and social distancing measures, as well as new insurance and financing challenges.

Panel: Aage Aaberge, producer, Nordisk Film (Norway), Nina Laurio, producer and partner, Dionysos Films (Finland), Lars Bredo Rahbek, Head of Production, SF Studios Denmark and now shooting Margrete - Queen of the North (Denmark), Kristinn Thordarson, Head of Production, Truenorth (Iceland), Sara Young, writer/director, Most Unwanted (Sweden)
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Going Green

Tuesday, June 23, 10.00 –11.00 CET
The film industry shares the globe’s growing concern about sustainability. There are many positive steps that film productions and the film ecosystem can take to make themselves more ‘green.’ Hear from Nordic Scandinavian experts about practical suggestions and new ways of thinking to make your business and your films more sustainable.

Panel: Ronny Fritsche, Film i Väst (Sweden), Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir, director, The Deposit (Iceland), Anne Ahn Lund, Jordnaer Creative (Denmark), Mads Astrup Rønning, Founder and Creative Director at Babusjka & Founder of Green Producers Club (Norway), Saara Saarela, director, Memory of Water (Finland), Mikael Svensson, Film Commissioner, Southern Sweden Film Commission (Sweden) 
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Reaching Audiences in 2020 and Beyond

Wednesday, June 24, 14.00 –15.00 CET
Learn how Nordic distributors and exhibitors are adapting to the unprecedented times of 2020 both with cinema and VOD releases. What innovative approaches are helping films reach audiences, and how will distribution and exhibition adapt even when the world gets ”back to normal.” Experts from across the Nordics will present case studies from their own countries, offering lessons learned and ideas about the future.
Panel: Ditte Daubjerg Christensen, Managing Director, Øst for Paradis (Denmark), Peter Fornstam, CEO, Svenska Bio (Sweden), Truls Foss, Head of Programme Cinema, VEGA Scene (Norway), Jonas Holmberg, Artistic Director, Göteborg Film Festival (Sweden), Mika Siltala, CEO, Cinema Mondo (Finland), Hrönn Sveinsdóttir, Managing Director, Bio Paradis, (Iceland)
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Fresh Flesh: The Rising Nordic Genre Talents

Thursday, June 25, 17.00 –18.00 CET
Meet the new voices in Nordic genre filmmaking. We talk to rising genre talents about their upcoming projects, and also about trends in genre filmmaking. How are they exploring new ideas with genre and what’s so special about genre storytelling in the Nordics?
Panel: Hanna Bergholm, writer/director, The Hatching (Finland), Emma Broström, writer, Knocking (Sweden), Kjersti Helen Rasmussen, writer/director, The Nightmare (Norway), Marc Fussing Rosbach, director, Tarratta Nunaanni (Greenland), Sissel Dalgaard Thomsen, writer, BREEDER (Den), Marteinn Thorsson, writer/director, RECURRENCE (Iceland)
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Getting your first feature off the ground
Friday, June 26, 10.00 –11.00 CET
You’ve made great shorts, TV episodes, webseries or commercials, but want to take your career to the next level. Does it feel impossible to make that big leap to your first feature film? Filmmakers from across the Nordics discuss how they have moved onto their debut feature, and what they learned on their journey.
Panel: Khadar Ahmed, writer/director, Gravedigger (Finland), Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, writer/director, Clara Sola (Sweden), Erika Calmeyer, writer/director, Storm (Norway), Tinna Hrafnsdóttir, writer/director, Quake (Iceland), Lisa Jespersen, writer/director, Persona non Grata (Denmark), Ninja Thyberg, writer/director, Pleasure (Sweden) 
Moderator: Wendy Mitchell

Mer information: Petter Mattsson, festivalansvarig långfilm petter.mattsson@filminstitutet.se eller 08-665 11 34 

Petra Kauraisa, publicist  för webinariet Creating the New Normal: Intersectionality in the Film Industry petra@kauraisa.com eller 0702-48 20 22

 


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