Central and Eastern Europe as the new Scandinavia of TV production?
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Serial Killer TV Days is an industry programme for film and TV professionals. However, it has also been attracting journalists and students of audiovisual study programmes for several years.
After last year’s event, which was held mostly online, TV Days 2021 will feature a three-day combined online and offline programme with an emphasis on face-to-face meetings in the premises of the Theatre on Orlí Street – an alternative theatre stage for students of the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU).
From Wednesday the 22nd to Friday the 24th of September accredited guests will be able to attend lectures by Czech and international speakers, presentations on current trends, previews of new TV series from different parts of Europe, as well as discussions about the role and future of TV and streaming platforms in the Czech Republic, Central Europe and beyond.
This year’s focus on Belgium will also be reflected in the TV Days programme, where filmmakers and creators will reveal their know-how in several lectures, together with other guests from Scandinavia, the UK, Russia, Germany, Estonia, Ukraine and other countries.
Benjamin Dalle, Flemish Minister for Brussels, Youth and Media, will certainly like to talk about the international success of Belgian TV series in a discussion with Lubomír Zaorálek, Czech Minister of Culture, Petr Dvořák, Director General of Czech Television, and Frederik Delaplace, CEO of the Flemish public broadcaster VRT.
Tickets for the TV Days 2021, priced at EUR 120 / CZK 3,000 CZK, can be purchased below.
In addition to the programme at the Theatre on Orlí Street, the price also includes access to the TV Days 2020 digital archive, where selected video clips from this year’s event will also gradually appear.
The TV Days’ language is English.
The full programme will be published in September.