TV Days accreditation

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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 audio-visual study programmes for several years.

After last year’s event, which was held mostly online, TV Days 2021 featured a three-day both online and offline event with an emphasis on face-to-face meetings at theatre on Orlí Street – an alternative theatre stage for students of the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU).

Serial Killer currently offers selection of the sessions from the 2021’s programme in edited format online for 49 EUR, this year’s content can then be found on festival’s webpage section TV Days Digital. The access can be purchased below.

This year’s focus on Belgian TV drama was also reflected in the TV Days programme where a number of Flemish filmmakers and creators together with other guests from Scandinavia, the UK, Russia, Germany, Estonia, Ukraine, and other countries revealed their know-how in several lectures. Digital access then allows its holders to watch sessions both from local and foreign speakers, presentations about current TV trends, discussions about the role or future of broadcasters and streaming platforms here in the region and abroad, or to enjoy showcases of the new series coming from various parts of Europe. For an overview of this year’s programme for professionals, please visit a section Schedule of panels on this website.

Furthermore, digital access holders would be able to find the online programme of TV Days 2020 behind the paywall as well. Professionals can expect around twenty edited industry sessions introducing e.g., Steve Matthews from HBO Europe, K7 Media, Peter Ansorge (former head of the Channel 4’s drama department), European Broadcasting Union (EBU), Finnish public broadcaster YLE with its project Belzebubs or Vinca Wiedemann (former dean of the Danish National Film School and a co-worker of Lars von Trier).

The TV Days’ language is English.