In association with
THE MUST-ATTEND SUMMIT
SHAPING THE FUTURE OF UK FILM
Isabel Davis, head of international, BFI NEW SPEAKER
David Steele, head of the BFI's Research and Statistics Unit
Ben Roberts, Director, BFI Film Fund
Nik Bower, Ingenious
Joe Oppenheimer, commissioning executive, BBC Films NEW SPEAKER
Katherine Butler, deputy head of film, Film4 NEW SPEAKER
Paul Webster, producer, Shoebox Films NEW SPEAKER
Zygi Kamasa, Lionsgate UK
Chris Moll, head of film, Creative England NEW SPEAKER
Paul Reeve, Film Nation UK
Philip Knatchbull, CEO, Curzon Artificial Eye
Paul Gerhardt, director of education, BFI
Ian Lewis, head of Sky Movies NEW SPEAKER
Andrea Calderwood, Slate Films
David Garrett, Mister Smith Entertainment
Iain Smith, British Film Commission
Jonathan Olsberg, founder, Olsberg SPI
Noemi Ferrer Schwenk, international producer, Danish Film Institute NEW SPEAKER
Liz Rosenthal, Power to the Pixel
Anna Higgs, Film4.0
Damian Jones, producer, DJ Films
MJ Delaney, director, The Powder Room
Andy Green, COO, Distrify NEW SPEAKER
Dr Jo Twist, CEO, UKIE NEW SPEAKER
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A statistical overview of where the UK sits in the world market. Just how global is the UK's reach?
A look at the changing models of UK film finance, public funding and what is available at all budget levels.
What are the opportunities for UK film-makers in the International market and how can they make the most of them?
Panellists examine the changing face of today's audience and how exhibition and distribution can rise to the challenge of the digital world.
A focus on the convergence of media across TV, gaming and mobile platforms, and how the film-industry can learn from other industries.
Message from the editor
Screen International is relaunching its Film Summit for the first time in three years because of industry demand for the UK's top film industry experts to come together and confront the challenges facing them today and look ahead to industry changes in coming years.
There will be more than 200 high-level delegates in the audience, working across producing, directing, screenwriting, distribution, exhibition, finance, sales and more industry sectors.
Topics of discussion will include public funding in the UK, the future of distribution and exhibition, new and changing models of UK film finance, and UK producers talking about 'the state of the nation.'
The event will also include networking coffee breaks, lunch and drinks. The full list of our 2013 speakers will be announced over the next few weeks.
Wendy Mitchell, Editor, Screen International | ScreenDaily.com