Dear filmmakers and producers don’t miss the FDCP’s International Film Industry Conference (Philippines), a three-day conference that will bring together international and local experts to share and discuss the latest trends, opportunities, platforms, and cooperations. The event will take place from November 18 – 20, 2022 both onsite (Novotel Manila Araneta Center) and online.
This 2022, the IFIC continues to provide an international platform to continue the synergy of the industry by featuring experts and professionals both online and onsite with its new hybrid format.
The IFIC will be held at Novotel Manila Araneta Center, Quezon City on November 18-20, 2022 with Livestream to Zoom and Facebook to further its reach catering IFIC’s regional and international audiences.
This year the IFIC features:
Access to IFIC Keynote Address and Public Sessions for Free. All Public Sessions are available for registration for online and onsite attendance.
*Keynote Address: Addressing the Philippine Film Industry
*Session 1: How Dokyus Make a Difference: Creating and Funding Documentary Films
*Session 2: Let’s Create Together: Funding and Incentive Opportunities for Filipino Filmmakers
*Session 3: ASEAN-ROK Roundtable: Mapping Global Opportunities for the Southeast Asian Film Industry
*Session 4: Producing with Asia: Success Stories of International Co-Production
*Session 5: Streaming Now: The Rise of a New Era of Film Exhibition
*Session 6: Global Industry Trends on Film Distribution
Access to paid Masterclasses that are recommended for film industry professionals and enthusiasts alike who would like to learn more about specific topics. Each Masterclass costs PHP 1000 / 17 USD. A package for all three Masterclasses costs PHP 2,500 / 42 USD.
*Masterclass 1: This or That: Co-Producing With VS Within the Region
*Masterclass 2: A Closer Look at Film Distribution Models
*Masterclass 3: Master Your Strategy: Marketing for the Global Marketplace
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Deadline of Registration: November 14, 2022.
For inquiries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 18, 2022 | 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Keynote Address: Addressing the Philippine Film Industry
Speaker: Tirso S. Cruz III
November 18, 2022 | 1:45 pm – 2:55 pm
How Dokyus Make a Difference: Creating and Funding Documentary Films
Panelists: Monster Jimenez | Kara Alikpala | Babyruth Villarama | Leni Velasco
Moderator: Ms. Kara David
November 18, 2022 | 3:10 pm – 4:20 pm
Let’s Create Together: Funding and Incentive Opportunities for Filipino Filmmakers
Panelists: Agathe Vinson | Wilfredo Manalang | Bianca Balbuena | Jun Juban
Moderator: Madonna Tarrayo
November 19, 2022 | 11:00 am – 12:10 pm
ASEAN-ROK Roundtable: Mapping Global Opportunities for the Southeast Asian Film Industry
Panelists: Mr. Jose Javier Reyes | Ms. Jean Ng | Mr. Sirisak Koshpasharin | Mr. Park Ki-Yong
Moderator: Lorna Tee | Producer
November 19, 2022 | 12:25 am – 1:35 pm
Producing with Asia: Success Stories of International Co-Production
Panelists: Chie Hayakawa | Makbul Mubarak | Sorayos Prapapan | Bianca Balbuena
Moderator: Lorna Tee
November 19, 2022 | 2:05 pm – 3:15 pm
Streaming Now: The Rise of a New Era of Film Exhibition
Panelists: Quark Henares | Joyce Villaflor | Ronan De Guzman | Corinna Vistan-Takahashi
Moderator: Monster Jimenez
November 19, 2022 | 3:30 pm – 4:40 pm
Global Industry Trends on Film Distribution
Panelists: Samuel Jamier | Menina Wesmurti | Agathe Vinson
Moderator: Jo Andrew Torlao
November 20, 2022 | 1:00 pm – 2:10 pm
This or That: Co-Producing With VS Within the Region
Speaker: Meiske Taurisia
November 20, 2022 | 2:40 pm – 3:50 pm
A Closer Look at Film Distribution Models
Speaker: Tan Si En
November 20, 2022 | 4:20 pm – 5:30 pm
Master Your Strategy: Marketing for the Global Marketplace
Speaker: Ewa Bojanowska
For more information about this conference please visit: https://fdcp.ph/ific/
About the FIC:
The Film Industry Conference (FIC), first conducted by the FDCP in 2017, aims to bring together international experts and stakeholders to share and discuss the latest trends, opportunities, platforms, and cooperation that Filipino producers and filmmakers can explore for the development, production, and distribution of their projects with the intent of crossing beyond local borders.
FIC shifted to an online platform in 2020 with the Film Industry Conference Online 2020 and featured local and international partners with the goal to continue the synergy between international experts, professionals, and stakeholders even online. It focused on best practices, challenges, opportunities, and new norms of the industry given the current situation in a global pandemic.
About the FDCP:
The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) is the national agency under the Office of the President of the Republic of the Philippines responsible for film policies and programs to ensure the economic, cultural, and educational development of the Philippine film industry. It aims to encourage the film industry to create quality films – from development to production, to distribution and exhibition – and to conduct film-related events that enhance the skills of Filipino talents. The agency also leads the film industry’s participation in domestic and foreign film markets and local and international film festivals to promote and position Philippine cinema to be globally competitive. It is also tasked to preserve and protect films as part of the country’s national cultural heritage through film archiving.
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