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KEYNOTES & SESSIONS: AVAILABLE NOW
All sessions go live between 10 - 21 May, with the full conference available to binge beyond that date.

In conversation with: Josh Thomas and Kayla Cromer

Everything’s Gonna Be Okay star, creator and showrunner Josh Thomas and actress Kayla Cromer discuss how the hit Freeform show.....

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The studio system: Changing the relationship with Hollywood

As studios now invest heavily in their own platforms and the creation of original content they are prioritising their own...

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US development models

In this session we look at how this is changing the development processes and priorities across divisions within studios...

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Post-2020 storytelling

Pearlena Igbokwe, chair of Universal Studios Group at NBCUniversal, is joined by leading showrunners...

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In conversation with: Sam Jay

In this creative conversation we hear from Sam Jay about how she has navigated her career to date...

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In conversation with: Rick Haskins, The CW

In this one-to-one conversation Rick Haskins, president, streaming and chief branding officer at The CW, discusses his strategy...

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In conversation with: Starz and Monica Raymund

Actor and director Monica Raymund discusses with Alison Hofffman, president of domestic networks at Starz, how to develop...

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VICE VERSA: The Neglected Pandemic

Senior execs from VICE TV and VICE Studios take us inside VICE VERSA: The Neglected Pandemic, 40 Years of HIV & AIDS....

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US agents and managers: Navigating the new television terrain

In a post-2020 world where the demand for equitable representation, fresh, new, authentic and international stories...

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In conversation with: Nancy Cotton, EPIX

In this one-on-one conversation Nancy Cotton sets the scene for EPIX's scripted content strategy over the next 18 months...

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BFC plays the UK advantage

The British Film Commission’s executive VP of US production Kattie Kotok discusses what the UK can offer US producers, as part of ...

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Romance is in the air for Incendo

Over the past two decades, Canada’s Incendo has made the unlikely jump from producing thrillers to romcoms.

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Quebec calling

The time is right for Québécois content to go global, according to cultural agency SODEC, which is showcasing six of the Canadian ...

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