Breakfast Briefings 2016
Monday 8 February 8.30 – 9 am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 1
With Bob Higgins, EVP, Children’s and Family Entertainment at FremantleMedia.
Bob will kick start UK@Kidscreen’s Day 1, inspiring us with his ability to deliver winners and navigate successful projects that not only connect with kids, but get the attention of the commissioners. He will talk about what he believes the decision makers are wanting to hear and see at Kidscreen this year; his thoughts on what is working in the new landscape as well as touching on how best to build successful relationships for positive dialogue with the people that matter.
Tuesday 9 February 8.30 – 9 am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 2
With Gregory Dray, Head of Kids and Learning, YouTube – EMEA
The Revolution is happening now. Greg will share his view of the future, how new platforms are revolutionising the landscape now and over the next few years. He will discuss how UK production talent can be part of the global movement and what is currently trending.
Wednesday 10 February 8-9.30 am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 3
UK@Kidscreen is the delegation of choice invited to meet Producers from Ontario, Canada
Featured speaker: Beth Stevenson, Brain Power Studio Inc.
Beth will address the delegates as a veteran of international co-production deals. With a wealth of successful projects in the pipe line she will outline what she sees as the future of collaboration between Ontario and the UK.
Thursday 11 February 8.30 – 9 am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 4
With Sebastian Debertin, Head of Fiction, Acquisitions & Co-Productions, KiKA
UK@Kidscreen welcomes Sebastian to offer not only a broadcaster’s perspective, but share his knowledge of how international co-productions work best and how he sees them working in the changing landscape. Sebastian’s background is second to none, having dealt with many different scenarios and partners both editorially and commercially. He will offer invaluable insight on the global stage as well as a glimpse into how the UK could work in the German market place.