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News & events
Wendy Bernfeld addresses Binger Institute’s International Advisors regarding New Media Evolution at the Binger Summit
On 8 February, Wendy Bernfeld will join 35 other international advisors at the Binger Institute internal summit gathering. She presents on new media, new players and new digital opportunities, contextualizing the development from traditional markets to the new world.
Rights Stuff's MD, Wendy Bernfeld, has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the Film Collaborative as of January 2011 (for a full list of names, click here)
31 January, 10:00-11:30am
“The Digital Landscape for Indie and Art-house Film:– Balancing Traditional vs New Media Platforms, Windows and Deals”,
Wendy Bernfeld named as one of the "Brave Thinkers Of Indie Film" by indie icon, Ted Hope, in his blog Hope for Film
Brave Thinkers Of Indie Film, 2010 Edition
"Is The Hell Worth It? Content Licensing for Digital New Media Platforms", an article by Wendy Bernfeld posted on Ted Hope's Hope For Film blog, 2 December 2010
It’s no surprise for producers and distributors, that revenues from traditional sources such as TV and DVD have generally been declining, along with minimum guarantees for international sales.
Sharon Feigal, in-house Research and Operations, will be leaving our team at the end of 2010, in order to undertake freelance work and other new pursuits.
In September, Wendy Bernfeld participated as a jury member for the CMF, and the results were announced in the following release detailing the programming and jury members:
“Navigating the Muddy Waters of New Media Opportunities", International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 17-28 November, 2010
On 23 November, Rights Stuff’s MD, Wendy Bernfeld, will deliver a talk, "Navigating the Muddy Waters of New Media Opportunities" and moderate a panel of four innovative new media platforms.
"Transmedia", meaning projects that can play on multiple platforms including film, television, internet, video, gaming and social networks, was the buzzword at Power To The Pixel (October 12-15), the annual Cross Media Forum held in association with the Times BFI London Film Festival (October 13-
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