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  • In conversation with Luc Dionne
    In conversation with Luc Dionne

    In this creative conversation we hear from Dionne about how he has navigated his career and the lessons he’s learnt from over 25 years of experience. He discusses working across film and TV and what it means to be the solo writer for a daily drama show.

  • ACF Investment Bank's Thomas Dey on the trends shaping 2021
    ACF Investment Bank's Thomas Dey on the trends shaping 2021

    BEYOND 2020: ACF Investment Bank CEO and president Thomas Dey discusses how the pandemic, a surge in streaming and the Black Lives Matter movement have reshaped media and entertainment, and the ways these dynamics are informing future M&A activity in the sector.

  • Hot properties from Quebec
    Hot properties from Quebec

    This Hot Properties strand at Content Quebec On Demand shines a light on three upcoming dramas from Quebec expected to have an impact on the international business over the next 18 months. We hear from those responsible for developing them to find out more about how they are being created, developed, packaged and sold.

  • Virtual production
    Virtual production

    In this session we hear from key executives from studios and VFX facilities in Quebec who are combining expertise and new technology to make Montreal a destination for virtual production. What is Virtual Production, how does this differ from Green Screen, what does this mean for budgets and content and why should you look to Quebec?

  • Animation from Quebec
    Animation from Quebec

    Leading animation studios discuss how the animation sector in Quebec is growing. How they have grown from service provision to IP and content generators for both domestic and global platforms. What are the challenges and growth opportunities that they are facing, how do they span both film and tv, kids and adult content. Why should the international market be looking to Quebec for animation content and partnerships?

  • Production and distribution models
    Production and distribution models

    Leading Quebec producers and distributors discuss how the production landscape is changing and how their business and content models are evolving to become more internationally focused. We also explore how Quebec stories and formats are resonating with the global business and audiences.

  • Local digital platforms
    Local digital platforms

    Tou.tv, Crave and Club Illico discuss their local digital platforms which are successfully reaching large domestic audiences. We hear about their distinct USP’s, business models, content strategies and opportunities for collaboration with the international business as they continue to hold their ground against the global streamers.

  • Quebec broadcasters
    Quebec broadcasters

    Content chiefs from Radio-Canada and Quebecor Content outline their development agendas and commissioning and acquisitions strategies for their terrestrial channels over the next 12-18 months. We hear how they are changing and adapting priorities in a post 2020 world, what are the pressures they are dealing with and how are they solving them. What are they looking for from both the domestic market as well as opportunities for the international market.

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