Program

 
 
  1. Saturday, February 4th

    09:00–10:30Registration. Welcome Coffee
    10:30–11:00 Eisenstein Hall
    Opening
    11:00–12:30 Eisenstein Hall
    Cinema, Television and New Media in 2012: Key Topics
    Fellini Hall
    Media Pirates: Is It Worth Dealing With Them?
    Tarkovsky Hall
    State Support of the Production and Distribution of National Cinema – What is Going to Change?
    Parajanov Hall
    How to Finance Cinema and TV Projects at the Expense of Advertisers?
    Bergman Hall
    Institute of Stars: Why isn’t the Hollywood Strategy Used in Russia?
    12:30–13:00Coffee Break
    13:00–14:30 Eisenstein Hall
    Co-Production: How to Find a Common Language?
    Tarkovsky Hall
    Is There a Future for Cinemas and Distribution?
    Fellini Hall
    What do the Figures Mean? Cinema, Television and Advertising in 2012
    Bergman Hall
    Computer Games and the World of Cinema: Meeting Points
    14:30–15:30Lunch
    15:30–17:00 Eisenstein Hall
    Breakthrough Hit Creation: A Gift of Foresight or Calculation?
    Tarkovsky Hall
    How to Finance Projects Through Special Funds?
    Fellini Hall
    How Will New Technology Change the Content Distribution Market?
    Bergman Hall
    Film Studios: Who Will Win the Competition?
    Parajanov Hall
    Ukraine: This Applies to Everyone. State Policy for Supporting Cinema and Co-Production.
    17:00–17:30Coffee Break
    17:30–19:00 Eisenstein Hall
    Transmedia: A New Language for a New Audience
    Tarkovsky Hall
    Will Russia be able to Transform from the World’s Largest TV Format Importer into the Largest Exporter, and What Will it Take?
    Fellini Hall
    The Israeli Phenomenon: From Creative Desert to Creative World Centre
    Bergman Hall
    Where and How to Look for Talent?
    Parajanov Hall
    Independent Cinema: How Not to Pass by a New Wave?
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