ARCHIVES & STORYTELLING: UNEARTHING UNIQUE FOOTAGE AT A GLOBAL SCALE

    1. Event Date
      Sat, Apr 7

ARCHIVES & STORYTELLING: UNEARTHING UNIQUE FOOTAGE AT A GLOBAL SCALE

07 Apr 2018, 11:00 - 11:45

JW Marriott Hotel, Grand Theatre
Language:
English

Interest in historically-driven documentaries is rising: 'Jane' by Brett Morgan, 'The Vietnam War' (PBS), 'LA92' (Netflix), 'OJ: Made in America,' or 'The Beatles: Eight Days a Week The Touring Years' have enjoyed international success, driving OTTs and networks into a high-stakes match to produce rich archive-based projects to sustain audiences.

This means quality is key to success or failure. In this session, hear from filmmakers and archive researcher on navigating global archive sources to secure unique content within the constraints of time and budget.

Speakers

  • James Hunt

    Speaker

      1. Event
        MIPDoc
      2. Country
        Europe
        • UK
      3. Speaker category
        Speaker

    Archive Producer / Producer / Director

    BITC Films

  • Thorsten Pollfuss

    Speaker

      1. Event
        MIPDoc
      2. Country
        Europe
        • Germany
      3. Speaker category
        Speaker

    CEO

    Epoche Media

    Thorsten Pollfuss produced all kind of audio-visual productions including feature films, TV series, documentaries, educational programming and online...

  • Melanie Rozencwajg

    Moderator

      1. Event
        MIPDoc
      2. Country
        Europe
        • France
      3. Speaker category
        Speaker

    CEO

    Archive Valley

    Melanie is a creative entrepreneur. She is the cofounder of ARCHIVE VALLEY, an international platform helping content makers find the most unique...

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