Industry Panels

In this section, Cineuropa offers videos of a selection of debates and case studies on the European audiovisual industry.

35 industry panels available in total starting from 01/03/2009. Last updated on 11/12/2018. 11 industry panels inserted in the last 12 months.

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How to Win Generation Z for European Film?

Industry Panel

How to Win Generation Z for European Film?

The LUX Prize organised a panel for industry professionals focused on the new generations, during the 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival  

Producers Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Producers Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, bringing together producers to discuss co-producing cinema in funding regions of the WCF  

Producers Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Producers Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, bringing together producers to discuss co-producing cinema in funding regions of the WCF  

Critics Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Critics Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, bringing together film critics to discuss innovative cinema in- and outside the WCF funding regions  

Critics Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Critics Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, bringing together film critics to discuss innovative cinema in- and outside the WCF funding regions  

Directors Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Directors Talk II, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, focusing on WCF-funded The Heiresses, by Marcelo Martinessi, presented in competition for the Golden Bear  

Directors Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

Industry Panel

Directors Talk I, Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the World Cinema Fund Day, focusing on WCF-funded The Heiresses, by Marcelo Martinessi, presented in competition for the Golden Bear  

Green Production - no (false) excuses! II, Berlinale Co-Production Market

Industry Panel

Green Production - no (false) excuses! II, Berlinale Co-Production Market

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the Berlinale Co-Production Market, focusing on environmentally sustainable film production  

Green Production - no (false) excuses! I, Berlinale Co-Production Market

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Green Production - no (false) excuses! I, Berlinale Co-Production Market

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the Berlinale Co-Production Market, focusing on environmentally sustainable film production  

Case Study on The Bookshop II, Berlinale Co-Production Market

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Case Study on The Bookshop II, Berlinale Co-Production Market

BERLIN 2018: A panel from the Berlinale Co-Production Market, focusing on literary adaptation through Isabel Coixet's The Bookshop  

Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market III

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Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market III

Arne Ludwig, Thomas Wallner and Wendy Bernfield attended the Co-Production Market at the 67th Berlinale to talk about virtual reality  

Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market II

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Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market II

Arne Ludwig, Thomas Wallner and Wendy Bernfield attended the Co-Production Market at the 67th Berlinale to talk about virtual reality  

Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

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Virtual reality conference, Berlinale Co-Production Market I

Arne Ludwig, Thomas Wallner and Wendy Bernfield attended the Co-Production Market at the 67th Berlinale to talk about virtual reality  

Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market III

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Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market III

A panel from the Co-Production Market at the 67th edition of the Berlinale, focusing on literary adaptation through Oren Moverman's The Dinner  

Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market II

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Case study on The Dinner, Berlinale Co-Production Market II

A panel from the Co-Production Market at the 67th edition of the Berlinale, focusing on literary adaptation through Oren Moverman's The Dinner  

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