TV Drama Vision
Check out the programme highlights at TV Drama Vision 2021
Check out the programme highlights at TV Drama Vision 2021
After a year unlike any other, a global resilience is reshaping the industry. How has the pandemic affected production and to what extent has it accelerated global transitions in the industry? Following the streaming wars, what significance will the European drama industry have in the coming years? What can we expect in terms of production, audience behaviour and public financing? What stories will audiences embrace and how have our common European storytelling changed, if at all?
The international conference TV Drama Vision will present a live broadcasted stage programme and interactive meeting opportunities, as always presenting the latest industry news, business trends and analysis of the future. As always, we will showcase an extensive selection of new and upcoming series from the Nordics along with European highlights.
TV Drama Vision takes place online February 3 – 4, 2021
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We are proud to present the multiple award winning Danish director and screenwriter Susanne Bier as Honorary Guest at TV Drama Vision 2021.
Susanne Bier is one of the world’s most in-demand directors, continually breaking down barriers to tell thought-provoking and entertaining stories across feature films and TV series. She was famously the first female director to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and an Emmy. In this keynote interview, Bier will talk about the lessons learned in her fascinating three-decade career; how she has successfully navigated between her Danish language films such as After the Wedding and In a Better World and English language TV hits such as The Night Manager, The Undoing and the Bird Box. Bier will also share her advice for how creators can adapt to the changing content world while staying true to their own creative vision. In conversation with journalist Wendy Mitchell.
After a year of accelerated transition of business models, innovation and disruption, TV Drama Vision 2021 will shed light on the future of the drama series industry with the precious help of some of the leading global market experts and analysts.
In a dynamic keynote session Guy Bisson, Executive Director at Ampere Analysis, will look at the latest trends in global TV drama, assessing the short and long term impact of an unprecedented year of change. What impact has COVID-19 had on TV production and distribution business? How does studio direct-to-consumer streaming alter the nature of the business? And what are the trends to watch in the coming year and beyond?
Johanna Koljonen, media analyst and author of Göteborg Film Festival’s Nostradamus Report, will return to TV Drama Vision presenting a special Nostradamus TV drama key note.
The 8th Nostradamus Report will be presented on February 4. The report will be available exclusively to all accredited industry participants at Göteborg Film Festival.
Gazing towards the horizon, we meet a selection of the key broadcasters and streamers from the Nordics, on stage to present new and upcoming series, the stories they are hoping to find and their plans for the upcoming years.
This year we meet Katrine Vogelsang, Head of Fiction at TV2 Denmark, Josefine Tengblad, Head of Drama and Piodor Gustafsson, Director of Scripted Content for the Nordics and Baltics at TV4 and C More, Christian Rank, Head of Drama at DR, Ivar Køhn, Head of Drama at NRK, Fillippa Wallestam, EVP & Chief Content Officer Nent Group and Camilla Rydbacken, VP Nordic Scripted at Nordic Entertainment Group, Anna Croneman, Head of Drama at SVT and Jarmo Lampela, Head of Drama at YLE Drama. Moderator, Marike Muselaers.
Walter Iuzzolino, CEO Eagle Eye Drama, and Johanna Koljonen in conversation about visions, possibilities and threats to European TV production in the context of the 2021 Nostradamus Report
A former Channel 4 Commissioning Editor, Walter is the face and curator behind the globally successful Walter Presents drama brand. In 2019 Walter joined forces with his fellow WP co-founders, to launch Eagle Eye Drama, a production company specialising in producing English language series inspired by foreign language hits.
What creative strategy lies ahead when HBO Max will roll out in Europe late in 2021? And what are the visions of the Nordic and European HBO original content for the future, near and far?
Meet Antony Root, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Production HBO Europe and Christian Wikander, Commissioning Editor and VP Original Programming, HBO Nordic in a conversation with Marike Muselaers.
The pandemic has transformed the drama production landscape, potentially for years to come. Is shooting against a screen the answer?
The role of the producer is in transition and a year of restrictions has called for creative solutions with innovative ways of producing and financing ahead. Virtual production is rapidly transforming production pipelines across the industry. How will these new tools be adopted for TV? What are the challenges and how will it affect the creative outcome? Johanna Koljonen, media analyst and author of the Nostradamus report, in conversation with Kjartan Thor Thoradson, CEO Sagafilm, Patrick Nebout and Henrik Jansson-Schweizer from Dramacorp in development with Whiskey on the Rocks.
Can Public Service TV lift our spirits, make us wiser, give us hope and unite us as a species around a better common future? What can the industry learn about the future from its Nordic past?
The Nordic countries have undergone an extraordinary journey from being among the poorest regions in Europe to becoming among the most peaceful, democratic and stable countries in the world. Danish writer, futurist and philosopher Lene Rachel Anderson takes us on a historical journey where aesthetic education and shared common stories have created the framework of our societies’ sustainability.
As climate change, a global pandemic, economic upheaval and exponential technologies toss our civilization around, do we have the Public Service television that we need? What can the film and TV industry learn from the Nordic past? What is the Nordic countries’ secret and what should be the purpose of Public Service TV in a time of great challenges and changes?
Keynote session by Lene Rachel Anderson followed by a conversation with Johanna Koljonen. The session in presented in collaboration with Sweet Chili Enterainment.
True Content Entertainment is a new production and distribution company where the creatives are co-owners of the production setup and their own projects.
Meet producer Thomas Gammeltoft, and writer Kim Fupz Aakeson, in conversation with Marike Muselaers.