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GÖTEBORG 2023 Göteborg Industry

Le volet TV Drama Vision du Göteborg Film Festival cherche à surmonter les perturbations et cultiver le talent


- Ce rendez-vous prévoit une série de sessions dédiées au remaniement des modèles commerciaux et de financement, ainsi qu’aux manières d’intéresser le public, entre autres sujets

Le volet TV Drama Vision du Göteborg Film Festival cherche à surmonter les perturbations et cultiver le talent
La réalisatrice Gabriela Pichler, qui participe avec son projet en cours Painkiller

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Taking place at the Stora Teatern from 1-2 February, the Göteborg Film Festival’s TV Drama Vision aims to look into how business and financing models are being overhauled, the quest to keep and engage the audience, nurturing creative talent, and the need for systematic sustainability throughout the value chain.

TV Drama Vision’s spotlight will be trained on Julie Andem, the creator, writer and director of the internationally acclaimed hit series Skam. World-leading game creator and award-winning film director Josef Fares will join for an up-close and personal interview about insights into the audiovisual industries and what it takes to cultivate creative talent. The “Creative Solutions for a Troubled Market” panel will offer the producers’ perspective in these times of rapidly changing business models for co-productions and the streamers’ content strategies. Meanwhile, in “Future-proofing Financing”, Tomas Eskilsson, head of analysis, Film i Väst, provides insights into the current changes in the audiovisual sector, with his starting point being the upcoming report Public Film Funding II, followed up by the panel “Innovating Paths to Financing Models”, where new roads and strategies for creating, financing and distributing drama series will be explored.

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Podcasts, audiobooks and radio drama are all back and booming, and in “Serial Storytelling for the Ears”, three leaders in the field of audio will explore the creative process, the role of IP, the power of talent, the importance of business models, and how audio stories can add value to TV drama and vice versa. “The Rise of Norwegian Drama” will focus on how a small industry is making a big impact. Key Nordic broadcasters and streamers will be in attendance to present their upcoming content, while there will also be a closer look at three works in progress, as well as six Nordic and European series in development.

“We Are All Ukraine – Ukraine Content Club” will be getting a warm welcome to TV Drama Vision. The titular organisation aims to build a bridge between the Ukrainian and the international industries, and to strengthen Ukraine as a high-end supplier of unique, original and sought-after content for international screens. As for the “Nostradamus Closing Keynote”, media analyst and the author of the Nostradamus Report Johanna Koljonen will close this year’s TV Drama Vision, focusing on “Game Change: Embracing Talent Sustainability for Success”.

Here is the complete list of projects selected for the 2023 edition of TV Drama Vision:

Works in progress

Balls (Iceland)
Directors: Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, Gagga Jónsdóttir, Elsa María Jakobsdóttir
Screenwriters: Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, Halldór Laxness Halldórsson, Jörundur Ragnarsson, Jóhanna Friðrika Sæmundsdóttir, Katrín Björgvinsdóttir
Producers: Þórir Snær Sigurjónsson, Ragnheiður Erlingsdóttir, Skúli Fr Malmquist (Zik Zak Filmworks)
Broadcasters: RÚV, YLE, SVT, DR, NRK
Premiere: April 2023

Dance Brothers (Finland)
Director: Taito Kawata
Screenwriters: Reeta Ruotsalainen, Max Malka
Producers: Max Malka (Endemol Shine Finland), Netflix, YLE
Broadcasters: Netflix, YLE
Sales: ESF
Premiere: 2023

Painkiller (Sweden)
Director: Gabriela Pichler
Screenwriters: Johan Lundborg, Gabriela Pichler
Producer: Anna-Maria Kantarius (Garagefilm International AB)
Broadcaster: SVT, YLE
Sales: ReInvent International
Premiere: 2024

Projects in development

Alchevsky's Mystery (Ukraine)
Screenwriters: Olga Krzhechevska, Natalya Ribalko, Taras Dron
Producer: Nataliia Yakovleva (LLC Ideas Bank)
Broadcaster: 1+1 channel

Brothers (Luxembourg/Greece/Germany)
Screenwriter: Simon Farmakas
Producers: Désirée Nosbusch, Alexandra Hoesdorff, Fenia Cossovitsa, Sophie von Uslar, Sabine Wenath-Merki, Lara Stump (Deal Productions, Blonde SA, Hager Moss Film)

E14 – Unit for Special Intel (Norway)
Screenwriter: Sebastian Torngren Wartin, Erik Ivar Sæther
Producer: Gudny Hummelvoll (Rubicon)
Executive producer: Ivar Køhn
Broadcaster: TV2 Norway
Premiere: Q1 2025

Rent (Estonia)
Screenwriters: Leana Jalukse, Rein Pakk
Producer: Karl Kermes (POINT Productions)
Broadcaster: Elisa Estonia
Premiere: summer/autumn 2024

Those Who Stayed (Ukraine)
Screenwriters: Anastasiia Lodkina, Tala Prystaetska, Artem Lytvynenko, Pavlo Ostrikov, Sergiy Luschik
Producers: Anna Eliseeva, Kateryna Vyshnevska (FILM.UA Production)
Sales: Red Arrow Studios International
Premiere: autumn 2023

The Wedding Party (Norway)
Screenwriters: Åse Kathrin Vuolab, Pauline Wolff, Jörgen Hjerdt
Producers: Maria Ekerhovd, Elisa F Pirir (MER Film AS, Tordenfilm)
Broadcaster: NRK

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