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Who are your priorities for Ready, Steady, Pitch! and Roundtable meetings?
Bookings for Pitching and Roundtables at SCREEN FOREVER 2017 will open for all delegates at noon (AEST) Friday 3 November with the timing ensuring all delegates, regardless of location, have the same opportunities to book slots.
At this year’s conference, SPA Connect’s International (IPM) and Domestic Partnership Markets (DPM) are broader and more dynamic than ever.
Roundtables and Ready, Steady, Pitch! are both running a significantly higher number of tables and opportunities across both the IPM and DPM, providing many more chances to meet and connect with our domestic and international guests.
This year we are releasing the list of participants before bookings open to allow delegates to research and fine tune their meeting priorities.
PITCH PARTICIPANTS & ROUNDTABLE HOSTS
An outstanding array of industry professionals are again on hand and on the lookout for outstanding new ideas, scripts, formats, co-production opportunities and providing their expertise on distributing and sales, business models, financing and agency support programs. CLICK HERE TO VIEW ROUNDTABLE HOSTS
About SCREEN FOREVER Uniting the pillars of entertainment, media and technology, SCREEN FOREVER is one of the largest congregations of screen industry professionals in the Southern Hemisphere. It is attended by the leading Australian and international industry practitioners involved in all aspects of producing, creating, writing, directing, distributing and financing screen content across film, television, games, interactive and online.
About Screen Producers Australia Screen Producers Australia was formed by the screen industry to represent large and small enterprises across a diverse production slate of feature film, television and interactive content. Our members employ hundreds of producers, thousands of related practitioners and drive more than $1.7 billion worth of annual production activity from the independent sector. On behalf of these businesses we are focused on delivering a healthy commercial environment through ongoing engagement with elements of the labour force, including directors, writers, actors and crew, as well as with broadcasters, distributors and government in all its various forms. This coordinated dialogue ensures that our industry is successful, employment levels are strong and the community’s expectations of access to high quality Australian content have been met.