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PARTICIPE EN MIP CANCUN 2017

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday

  • Wednesday 15 November
    • MIP Cancun
      • FRESH TV FROM AROUND THE WORLD 8.50 - 9.20 | Conference Room Arena Finding the next big hit is the Holy Grail, but the market is both more competitive and fragmented. Whatever the genre, high-end production and major budgets are now the norm—which means securing the right partners is critical. Discover the new funding models that are reshaping the TV production. Virginia Mouseler (The Wit)
      • FINANCING NEW CREATIVE AMBITIONS 16.15 - 16.45 Finding the next big hit is the Holy Grail, but the market is both more competitive and fragmented. Whatever the genre, high-end production and major budgets are now the norm—which means securing the right partners is critical. Discover the new funding models that are reshaping the TV production. Speakers: Diego Ramirez Schrempp (Dynamo Producciones) Sally Habbershaw (all3media), Michela Giorelli (Discovery Latin America) Moderator: Roko Izarra, PRODU
      • KEYNOTE: ADWARD SABIN 18.00 - 18.30 Edward Sabin, Executive managing director, A+E International, delivers a keynote address at the MIP Cancun Latin American TV Market in which he shares insight from his experience managing the international distribution and production business around the world. Moderator: Anna Carugati, WORLDSCREEN/TV LATINA
  • Thursday 16 November
    • MIP Cancun
      • LATAM’S NARRATIVE SHIFT: TELENOVELAS AND BEYOND 9.20 - 10.05 | Conference Room Arena The worldwide provider of successful and long-lasting telenovelas is undergoing a storytelling evolution, partly driven by new players and platforms. As a result, local audiences are craving new forms of drama — from narcoseries and bioseries, to episodic musicals and straight-up thrillers. What fresh talent is driving this creative shift? And as high-quality production value becomes mandatory, how are new standards being managed? Speakers: Ana Celia Urquidi (TV Azteca), Silvio de Abreu (Globo), Fernando Barbosa (Disney Media Distribution Latin America), Tiago Mello, (Boutique Filmes) Moderator: Roko Izarra, PRODU
      • STRATEGIES IN LATIN AMERICA FOR INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS 12.55 - 13.30 | Conference Room Arena Latin America is rich with opportunities for international content companies seeking to engage new audiences and tap a massive creative reservoir. How do they view the market and what are they looking for from local partners? Speakers: Anna Gordon (BBC Worldwide), Matt Vassallo (MGM) Moderator: Roko Izarra, PRODU
      • PULSE OF THE INDUSTRY: PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL PRODUCTIONS 16.30 - 17.00 | Conference room B In today’s ever-changing television business, top international producers talk about collaboration opportunities and share their perspectives on current production trends. How does this context reshape their local and global content production strategy? Speakers: Nilufer Kuyel (Kanal D) Moderator: WORLDSCREEN/TV LATINA
      • PRODUCTION PARTNERSHIPS CASE STUDY: OFICINA BURMAN & MEDIAPRO 12.55 - 13.30 | Conference Room Arena Since Spanish giant Mediapro teamed up with filmmaker Daniel Burman, one of Latin America more successful showrunners, they have announced several exciting projects, including ‘Stroke’ and ‘IOSI. The Reformed Spy’. Learn how they use their unique strengths to yield a powerhouse that sets an example for the industry at large. Speakers: Daniel Burman (Oficina Burman), Laura Fernández Espeso (Mediapro) Moderator: Miguel Smirnoff, PRENSARIO
      • KEYNOTE: FIRESIDE CHAT WITH Roy Ashton 18.10 - 18.40 | Conference room Arena Roy Ashton, Partner / Head of TV, The Gersh Agency Speakers: Nilufer Kuyel (Kanal D)
      • FRESH TV FROM AROUND THE WORLD 8.50 - 9.20 | Conference Room Arena Finding the next big hit is the Holy Grail, but the market is both more competitive and fragmented. Whatever the genre, high-end production and major budgets are now the norm—which means securing the right partners is critical. Discover the new funding models that are reshaping the TV production. Virginia Mouseler (The Wit)
  • Friday 16 November
    • MIP Cancun
      • CAPTIVATING LATIN MILLENNIALS 9.00-9.40 | Conference room Arena Hispanic Millennials compose 30% of the regional population… and they’re driving technological change and new expectations. Learn how digital platforms and major networks are using distinctive experiences to earn this demographic’s loyalty and passion. Speakers: Juanjo Duran (YouTube & Google Play), Gonzalo Fiure (FOX Networks Group Latin America) Moderator: Rodrigo Ros, TODOTV
      • CROSSING FROM FILM TO TV 10.00 - 10.40 | Conference room Arena Creative and financial crossover between film and TV has produced an unparalleled increase in high-end content brimming with A-list creative talent. Latin American independent producers now easily crossing between film and TV unveil how they see their original vision translating to every screen. Moderator: Rodrigo Ros, TODOTV
      • CREATIVE FINANCING: PACKAGING YOUR PROJECT FOR SUCCESS 12.15 - 12.45 | Conference Room B Edward Sabin, Executive managing director, A+E International, delivers a keynote address at the MIP Cancun Latin American TV Market in which he shares insight from his experience managing the international distribution and production business around the world. Noah Jones (The Gersh Agency) Moderator: WORLDSCREEN/TV LATINA
      • INTERNATIONAL CO-PRODUCTION CASE STUDY 13.00 - 13.30 | ConferenceRoom B Moderator: Moderator: Miguel Smirnoff, PRENSARIO

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