Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event is in full swing and we have reached the day four! What are the events to add to your schedule today?
Today will kick off with Baltic Event Co-Production Market one-to-one meetings where 15 promising film projects look for ooki co-production possibilities. Check out the projects here
Come and join us to Baltic Event Works in Progress projects pitching at Apollo Coca Cola Plaza Cinema, Screen 2, starting at 10:00 am.
The best projects both in the Baltic and International Works in Progress will be granted 7000 euros, consisting of 6000 euros worth of services by Studio Beep together with 1000 euros travel allowance. Check out the projects here.
Discovery Campus created for young professionals invites all accredited guests to attend various open sessions:
11.00 The Big Thing about the Little Things' by Production Designer Kave Quinn // Arcturus, Nordic Hotel Forum
14.15 Project Pitching: Script Pool // Capella, Nordic Hotel Forum
16.30 From Discomfort to Normality: Authors' and Performers' Rights and Remuneration // Altair, Nordic Hotel Forum
17.00 Creative Triangle: Actor, Director, Cinematographer // Capella, Nordic Hotel Forum
The European Genre Forum (EGF) is a pan-european training programme organized by Black Nights Film Festival from Tallinn; Imagine Film Festival from Amsterdam and Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival. The main goal of this international project is to connect young and upcoming European film talents. Today at 12, after hours and hours practising and fine-tuning the participants invite everyone to join the pitches
In the afternoon, an exciting workshop AI for Marketing & Content Creation takes place at Arcturus, Nordic Hotel Forum, starting at 13:30.
In this hands-on workshop, the speakers will cut through the hype and get straight to the good stuff: key AI tools that can help you massively with content marketing and creative projects. Together with participants they explore specific AI tools, how to use them and how they can help you with your work. From generating compelling text to optimizing images, the speakers will guide you through real-world use cases and share tips you can apply immediately.
In 2023, Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event is delighted to showcase the film industry of this year's Focus countries, Serbia and its Southeast European neighbours - Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Slovenia. The lineup features numerous projects hailing from Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Slovenia.
Focus countries' presentation High Fidelity - Frequent and High-Quality Co-Productions between Serbia and its Southeastern Neighbours takes place on 16 November, at 15:30, in Capella, Nordic Hotel Forum.
In the late afternoon, a panel discussion on different practices of Belarusian independent filmmakers to keep the film industry alive, will take place. In the panel Belarusian filmmakers, film festival representatives, co-founders of Belarusian Independent Film Academy and other film professionals will talk about how to be heard and seen when in exile, what a handful of people can do for the whole industry and what is a healthy way of integration for Belarusian filmmakers to keep their identity but open and expand to the world.
Check out the schedule here