Last Chance to Join the Flock

Posted on: Monday 05 March 2012 6:03pm

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15 March 2012 1 Victoria Street Conference Centre, London SW1 12.30 pm lunch and networking, 1.30 pm start Tickets on sale now Delegates “Flock” to the CMC BAA event Animators, producers, writers and others interested in the future of funding and distribution for UK animation, have flocked to book their places for this unique event. We’ve added some extra places so you can still book for just £55 + VAT. With 18 expert contributors the afternoon is full to the brim with content too. The full speaker list is confirmed: Orion Ross (VP Original Series, Disney Channel & Disney XD, EMEA at The Walt Disney Company) Plus: Andrew Baker (Rights.tv) Sarah Baynes (The Creative Garden) Vicky Brophy (Wonky Films) Jos Carlyle (Persian Cat Press) David Curry (LeSinge Media) Dan Efergan (Aardman Digital) Gina Fegan (Screen & Digital Media Specialist, UK Trade & Investment) Ed Galton (Cake Entertainment) Marc Goodchild (IpDipSkyBlue.tv) Eric Huang (Penguin) James Huggins (Land of Me) Oli Hyatt (BlueZoo and Animation UK campaign) Helen McAleer (Walker Books) Greg McLeod (Brothers McLeod) Juliet Tzabar (PlugIn Media) Maurice Wheeler (DoCo) and Karl Woolley (Impossible Kids) And the packed programme also confirmed: Opening Keynote Working pan-platform to maximize the potential of your brand Panel 1 – Digital opportunities What’s the potential for new distribution methods, funding sources and business models in the digital space? Panel 2 – Rights in the New Landscape Opportunities and challenges in negotiations Panel 3 – Digital Expansion Exploiting your IP in new ways by extending the viewer experience with interactive, mobile and multi-screen. Plus: 3 Case studies of prime examples All this and you’re still just a short hop away from the British Animation Awards on the South Bank the very same evening. If you’re coming to the BAAs, you should join the flock at the CMC BAA too. Make a day of it!

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