KKI Talk: Digital Transformation in Distribution

    KKI Talks in March: Virtual Cinemas and parallel windows

    We are delighted to invite you to join us during the upcoming KKI Talks, a series of free monthly webinars for film industry professionals. This time, among our guests are Patrick O’neill from Wildcard Distribution (Wildcard projects includes the animated feature film “Wolfwalkers”, 2021 Oscar nomination), Alex Stolz from usheru.com, a movie marketing and analytics company focused on connecting film companies with their audiences, Eve Gabereau from Modern Films, company which was launched as an alternative to the traditional model of the film value chain to work across borders, media and windows and Maciej Jakubczyk, Head of Education Department of the New Horizons Association, who will tell more about the new New Horizons VOD platform. 

    KKI Talks: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN DISTRIBUTION – Virtual Cinemas and parallel windows

    22 March, 15:00 - 16:00 CET, online

    A shrinking theatrical window has challenged theater operators and intensified an increasingly competitive streaming environment. Theatrical exhibition and distribution will change. During our next KKI Talks we will look at examples of virtual cinema and parallel VoD windows and discuss next goals for content creators in expanding the dissemination of their titles to their audiences.

    Meet our panelists:

    • Eve Gabereau, CEO, Modern Films
    • Maciej Jakubczyk, Head of Education Department of the New Horizons Association
    • Patrick O'neill, CEO, Wildcard Distribution
    • Alex Stolz, Founder, Future of Film & Head of Film, usheru.com 

    Registration form and more information can be found here: https://www.kidskinoindustry.pl/webinar-registration/

    The participation in the webinar is free of charge. The webinar will be held in English.

    Kids Kino Industry (international co-production forum) along with Kids Kino.Lab (script development workshop) are the part of the Kids Kino International Film Festival which takes place in September in Warsaw and twenty Polish cities (and online). The Kids Kino IFF, Kids Kino.Lab and Kids Kino Industry are organised by New Horizons Association Educational Department – a non-governmental organisation, founded in 2003 by Roman Gutek. Its main objective is the promotion and popularization of unconventional, artistically challenging cinema.

    With a new line up of Kids Kino Industry Talks we plan to maintain an exchange hub and create a creative community, providing keynotes on trends, studies, enlightening panels, and best practice presentations in order to hone the producer’s business decisions for children’s content. Our audience are European content producers and distributors focussing on children and youth.