European Co-Production | Streaming Providers - Legal Advice on Distribution Contracts | Study Week in Babelsberg

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    European Co-Production - Legal and Financial Aspects
    November 23-25 | Berlin | Early Bird until October 9: 590,- EUR

    In the age of limited resources and an abundance of content, co-productions are becoming increasingly crucial for the success of European films and series. But they also often come with a set of challenges. 

    EUROPEAN CO-PRODUCTION offers exclusive insights into the making of several recent European feature films and drama series co-productions, as well as a comprehensive overview of the legal and financial elements: inside reports, hands-on tips, and interactive learning. The workshop is open to professionals along the value chain working in the co-production of feature films and drama series.

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    Sustainable Business Strategies: Mastering Transformation and Change
    October 5-7 | Berlin | 690,- EUR
    Staying on top also means being able to adapt quickly, and to see business opportunities when and where they emerge. This 3-day workshop in Berlin welcomes participants, from business owners to senior managers and executives to decision-makers in the audiovisual industry, who are looking to capitalize on new opportunities and guides them in assessing their own businesses, analyzing strengths, weaknesses, and potential areas for improvement.

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    AI: Ethics and Legal Aspects
    October 17 | 14:00-18:00 CEST | Online | 50,- EUR
    Wouldn’t it be nice to know beforehand whether an audience will like a certain character in your script or how they will respond to jokes? Thanks to AI, it is possible to track people’s facial movements on a large scale and analyse precisely how and when they engage with visual content. Lesha Shaldenko from Wantent will show you the possibilities and chances of employing AI in this way for audience testing and helping your film reach viewers around the world.

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    Streaming Providers - Legal Advice on Distribution Contracts using German and US Law
    November 28 | 10:00-14:00 CET | Online | Early Bird until October 27: 140,- EUR
    Designed for legal professionals, in-house counsel, business executives, and anyone else interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the legal landscape surrounding distribution contracts with streaming providers, this seminar will provide an in-depth analysis of the legal framework for evaluating distribution agreements with streaming providers, focusing on the application of German and US law.

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    Update your knowledge in your preferred environment and at your own pace. Get access to high-quality course material, including detailed information, practical tips, as well as business insights from esteemed national and international experts.

    Our eTrainings offer a variety of topics, from Green Production through to Storytelling—The Collaborative Model to The Art of Pitching and ARRI Large Format Cinematography

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    European Film Business and Law:
    Study week in Babelsberg
    In-person lectures, visionary speech presentations, and a film quiz night for the students of the 1st year of the international master's program

    We were very happy to see that our students found their way to Babelsberg from all over Europe and even Mexico to have their Module Leadership and Communication together. With lecturers Eric Kearney and Doris Friedl, the students learned and discussed about the foundations of leadership: styles and behaviors, visions, roles, and conflict resolution.

    As one of many highlights, we organized a film quiz which took place in the cinema Thalia, in Potsdam, where the students could prove their film and TV drama knowledge.