Blog: Set psychology and co-pro opps
From Berlinale, Devonshire Productions producer Paula Devonshire talks production motivation and meetings with producers from major European production centres.
Blog: Spotlighting Indigenous cinema at Berlinale
Streel Films producer Michelle Latimer writes about the festival’s focus on Indigenous storytelling and the formidable presence of female directors there.
Inside international co-pro and funding opps at Berlinale
In this installment of blogs from Berlin, producer Paula Devonshire delves into filming abroad and shares funding and co-pro opps from Chile, Norway and France.
Business and idealism: Navigating the split personality of Berlinale
Blogging from Berlin, Scythia Films producer and TIFF Studio participant Daniel Bekerman probes and pairs the lessons from the Talent Campus and the biz of the EFM.
Blogging from Berlinale: Seeking sales agents and casting crews
In the first installment of blogs from TIFF Studio participants at Berlinale, producer Cher Hawrysh writes about Canadian co-pros and the hunt for an international sales agent.
Blog: 2013 off to bountiful start for scripted sector
Reports of the imminent death of linear TV appear greatly exaggerated as a wave of new scripted comedies and dramas show Canada’s big broadcasters are still spending on marquee programs.
Blog: Four key takeaways of CES
From updates to the connected home to natural user interfaces, UM’s VP of digital Rebecca Shropshire shares her thoughts on the marketer trends at this year’s show.
First look at the new CES gadgets with AOL’s Vivian Ip
The company’s head of agency development and sales operations uncovers some of the major trends at the show, including launches in digital fitness, in-car apps and paper thin tablets.
Produced By Conference: The New Networks
In his last installment from L.A., Marc Almon gets the lowdown on developing content for “Third Wave” internet platforms from a panel of execs from Hulu, Amazon Studios, Machinima and Google/YouTube.
Produced By Conference: On the films that ‘won’t get made’
Blogging from L.A., Marc Almon listens in on producer Brian Grazer and producer/director Peter Berg’s discussion of making their films in the face of major challenges.
Produced By Conference: The Million Channel Universe
Marc Almon on creating, launching and monetizing web content, with insights from featured internet producers and the people behind Jimmy Kimmel Live and the YouTube Next Lab.
Upfronts 2012: Helena Shelton picks a CBS hit
The PHD EVP details the network’s four new shows from the New York City presentation, and chooses the one she thinks will be a winner.