KMW CoProduction Meetings 2019 will last for two days. The program is designed to cover a wide range of questions, connected with co-production in Ukraine, and to provide the participants with the opportunity of effective networking.
Presentation of companies and international projects, that have potential for co-production with Ukraine, panel discussion on co-production with Ukraine and informal networking session are taking place on the first day
of the event. The second day
is dedicated to face-to-face meetings with the foreign producers, who have vast experience in co-production and have already declared their interest in cooperation with Ukraine. The meetings will last for 20 minutes maximum, each participant will be able to have up to 5 meetings. The organizers will scheduled the meetings.
Please note: registration is separate for each day of the program of KMW CoProduction Meetings 2019.
To schedule face-to-face meetings, the organizers will preliminary select the projects among the ones submitted via online forms, that require information about the projects offered to the international producers (up to 2), experience in production and previous projects.
However, registration for the first day of the event has no additional demands, all you have to do is fill out online form and receive a confirmation letter. So you better register now, the deadline for applying for both days of the program of KMW CoProduction Meetings is August 26, 2019! You may register at the web page of the event.
It's hard to overestimate importance of co-production for development of Ukrainian audiovisual industry. Co-production is more than just raising funds from foreign partners, it is also a stimulation for Ukrainian services, popularization of Ukrainian shooting locations and general integration of Ukraine to the context of the contemporary world. Here are a few examples, that made people speak about Ukraine recently. First of all, this year's "Chernobyl" from HBO and Sky, the highest rated series in history according to IMDb. Ukrainian company POSTMODERN (FILM.UA Group) was making CGI for the series, another Ukrainian company Radioaktive Film took part in shooting on Ukraininan locations. "Mr. Jones" by Agnieszka Holland, starring James Norton, Vanessa Kirby, and Peter Sarsgaard (co-production of Poland, the UK and Ukraine) is also worth mentioning. The film took part in the main competition of Berlinale–2019.
Perhaps, as a result of KMW CoProduction Meetings 2019, this list will feature more big projects, because the organizers and striving to create the most comfortable conditions for cooperation of producers from different countries.
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