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News & events
November 22 16:15-17:00 Knowledge Series: 'An insight into the international business of OTT/VOD: Who else is out there for indie filmmakers?’
Wendy attends VR Days as an expert decision maker for the IFFR Pro x VR Days pitching and one-to-one sessions. She is also sitting on the jury to select the projects to present at IFFR in January.
‘The More Things Change: VOD in the Cinema Universe’. As part of the ‘Buzz or Business?’ session, including M.Reilhac (VR) and A.Kashyap (curated blockahain powered film VOD), Wendy gives a brief talk on what has changed in the VOD landscape recently. Discussion relating to cinema (including
Wendy attends Oct 13-16 on behalf of Miners Inc (myNK) INDIA (curated film VOD powered by blockchain with emphasis on non Hollywood/non Bollywood films) and Tom Skerritt’s Heyou Media (emphasis on short form episodic video production/distribution/copro and biz dev international).
11:30-13:00 As part of Dutch Media Week, Wendy presents an ExpertSession on VOD beyond local borders, with focus on recent developments in the international market for programs and the growing number of on demand VOD plat
Wendy joins the NLFF Conference Day on Oct 1st and NFF as an attendee and VOD buyer.
September 14th 14.15 -15.00 Panel: Competing in OTT – beyond the big brands. Wendy moderates a panel of alternative SVOD/OTT services including Orange, Hopster, Inside/Outside and Trace, focusing on: what business models work in their different regions, transitioning viewers from the big to sm
Aug 28-Sep 2 Wendy attends La Biennale as a buyer for SVOD, Blockchain VOD & VR, as well as an industry expert for the Venice Production Bridge: Gap Financing Market.
May 18th 13:00 – 14:00 Cannes NEXT – Blockchain VOD: India UNCHAINED: Taking curated world cinema to India ‘s filmfans – via myNK VOD.
April 29 9:30-16:30 ‘Beyond The Usual Suspects in Digital Distribution and Funding’’