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CMC SkillBuilder

Date: Tuesday 2 July 2019, 1-5pm
Venue: The HUBS
Cost: £35 + VAT

CMC SkillBuilder is designed to hone your skills with insights relevant to every part of the children’s media scene. Whether you’re working in publishing, games, TV, interactive media, theatre or the educational sector – we all need to pitch ideas, and we all need to produce content bibles which express those pitches.

Buy an additional ticket for the SkillBuilder session for £35+VAT when you register for your CMC pass – and get the chance to meet, share with and learn from industry experts, under the guidance of an experienced trainer.

CMC SkillBuilder Bible & Pitch

Build, develop and refresh your skills with a 4 hour mix of advice and hands-on learning. 

Presented by Justine Bannister with expert participants:

Louise Bucknole, Viacom Kids, UK & Ireland
Andrew Carley, TILT – Brand and Licensing Solutions
Aubrey Clarke, BBC Children’s Acquisitions and Animation
Chris Dicker, JAM Media
Hoda Elatawi, GAPC Entertainment
Ian France, Zodiak Kids
Stephanie Gauld, Children’s Digital Media and Development Consultant
Belinda Ioni Rasmussen, Macmillan Children’s Books
Joao Paulo Jardim, VIMN UKNEE
Natalie Llewellyn, Jellyfish Pictures
Nienke Poelsma, Cinekid
Chrystel Poncet, MaGic C
Joshua Reeves, Reevo Media
Orion Ross, VP, The Walt Disney Company
Tim Searle, Beano Studios
Jen Upton, Writer & Producer

Top tips from industry experts and pitch training exercises will enhance how you present your property to investors and funders in a variety of kids’ media fields. With insights on how to approach different genres and platforms, and guidance on developing your pitch bible, this event will pep up your pitching skills and get you close to expertise at the heart of the international children’s entertainment business. Producers, IP developers, writers, for TV, film, audio, educational media, books, theatre, apps and games, and product developers are all welcome. More information here.

 

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