Industry Training Session: CPH:CONFERENCE in partnership with CPH:DOX

5 Days exploring Film, Technology, Science, Series & Art


CPH:CONFERENCE will offer an intensive programme of case studies, keynotes, workshops and discussions on the most trending topics of our industry. The conference will also bring together professionals from the worlds of film, technology, science and art to share knowledge, cultivate new networks and spark collaboration across sectors. Each day will be dedicated to an overall theme and produced by an internationally renowned curator, who together with CPH:DOX and Documentary Campus will bring on an extraordinary programme, which will be inspiring as well as hands-on and interactive.

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Proud Voices:

“With CPH:CONFERENCE we are expanding the industry activities of CPH:DOX to offer professional development, networking, and business opportunities to a wide range of professionals at various levels of experience. We are thrilled about collaborating with Documentary Campus in this effort,” comments Katrine Kiilgaard, Deputy Director at CPH:DOX with responsibility for the festival’s International industry activities.

“Documentary Campus is thrilled about this new and natural partnership. Together we can now join forces in our focus on innovation, and on our quest to be appealing and relevant for the professionals in our industry. We will present the must-attend event for the documentary and the digital industries to get together, make partnerships, share knowledge and do deals,“ says Donata von Perfall, Director of Documentary Campus e.V.


Accreditation to CPH:DOX is open, so don’t hesitate to apply and get ready for the spring edition of CPH:DOX.
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ABOUT THE CURATORS:

Mark Atkin / Crossover Labs

Mark is the Director of Crossover Labs. As former Head of the Documentary Campus Masterschool and a former Commissioner for TV and Online (SBS Television, Australia), he has a broad knowledge of international transmedia industries.

AC Coppens / The Marketing Catalysts

AC Coppens is the founder of The Marketing Catalysts, a Berlin-based management company for innovative and creative players at the crossroads of film, music, games, design, media and tech. AC Coppens specialises in the challenges of entering new markets and is also a speaker, tutor and presenter for events in the field of marketing, tech and creative topics.

Jacqui Davies / Jacqui Davies Ltd.

Jacqui is a London-based producer and curator. Working internationally with artists on projects involving film and video, she has facilitated projects for cinema, television, galleries, site-specific events, stage, and online platforms.

Lars Højholt / Information

Lars is a journalist and project manager at the Danish daily newspaper, Information. His expertise is in technology, focusing on the philosophical, sociological, anthropological and ethical questions that arise from ongoing technological achievements and possibilities.

Sarah Mosses / Together Films

Sarah is a UK-based film strategist who helps film industry professionals craft impact distribution campaigns to increase their social impact, audience reach and revenue potential. She is an award-winning producer and has worked across several European markets as a mentor.

Thom Powers / DOC NYC

Thom Powers is the Artistic Director of DOC NYC and Stranger Than Fiction. He has also been the documentary programmer for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) since 2006. He created the TIFF Doc Conference and curates the digital streaming platform SundanceNow Doc Club. He also hosts the podcast Pure Nonfiction and WNYC’s Documentary of the Week. He currently teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Date
Mar 20, 2017 to Mar 24, 2017
Location
Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark