10-12 March 2020 D-84

How to attend

Decision Maker

We invite Decision Makers to attend M:brane and many come back year after year.

For Decision Maker, Commissioners, Classic and Digital Distributers

► Attending as a Decision Maker

To sign up for your accreditation go here

 

► More than 200 industry professionals annually attend M:brane, and you will be introduced to a minimum of 26 of the best, new, bold, daring and artistically outstanding projects in development from all over Europe. Games, features, VR, Immersive, TV-series, apps and multiplatform projects for young audiences between 3 years and up to 18.

 

► We pro-actively send out invitations to Decision Makers. If you would like to receive an invitation and become part of our network and event, please contact Director Lennart Ström at lennart@mbrane.se

 

► Invited Decision Makers are asked to be present during the two days of pitching and the following one-to-one meetings with producers, on March 11th and 12th. After each pitch, our moderator Ove Rishøj Jensen might ask for your creative feedback for the given project as an expert – and not if you would finance the project or not.

 

► You will be able to view and study the projects prior to your arrival via log in to our online service FestiCiné.

 

► Our Match Maker arrange 300 one-to-one meetings in a carefully structured way, so that we obtain a high degree of best matches between all parties involved. You can request meetings yourself and decline meetings as well. All of the information goes through our Match Make and not directly between you and the producers. More about our One-to-one meetings here.

 

► You are also invited to our Conference Part (Program) on the first day of M:brane with Inspirational Talks and Work-shops: the Opening Industry Day, which we proudly present in collaboration with KIDS Regio on Tuesday, March 10th and to the Parallel Track on Immersive and Digital Factual.

 

The program starts at 1 pm.

What can you as a Decision Makers gain from attending M:brane?

The Decision Makers will benefit from: 

 

► introduction to new creative projects and contacts to creatives and the production industry of other countries

► being first on board the new projects

► gaining inspiration by the vision and ideas of the experts and/or experimental projects of others

► understanding the evolving roles and needs of the new players on the scene

► understanding what processes, mechanisms and new forms of content they could be supporting

► getting the opportunity to make an impact on the producers and their projects through dialogue

 

The Commissioners will benefit from: 

 

► introduction to new creative projects and contacts to creatives and the production industry of other countries

► gaining inspiration by the vision and ideas of the experts and/or experimental projects of others

► understanding the evolving roles and needs of the new players on the scene

►  understanding the competition in order to differentiate themselves through tightening of their and/or stronger communication

 

 

 

The classic Distributors will benefit from: 

 

► Access to new projects and contacts

► Access to knowhow on specific marketing strategies for the young audience

► Gaining inspiration by the vision and ideas of the experts and/or experimental projects of others, thereby also gaining insight into new distribution forms and strategies

► Understanding the evolving roles and needs of the new players on the scene

► Access to workshops and seminars on relevant topics such as alternative ways to license, finance and distribute new content as well as how to engage with the young audiences

► Gaining individual support for their own projects from the experts of the workshops and seminars 

The digital Distributors will benefit from: 

 

► Access to new projects and contacts

► Access to knowhow on specific marketing strategies for the young audience

► Gaining inspiration by the vision and ideas of the experts and/or experimental projects of others, thereby also gaining insight into new distribution forms and strategies

► Gaining individual support for their own projects from the experts of the workshops and seminars

 

 

 

Malmö is in the Southern most part of Sweden and is easy to reach via the international airport in Copenhagen, Denmark, followed by a short 25 min train ride to Sweden.

 

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