TV + Film Finance Forum Latin America
August 13, 2014 at The Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Winston Baker inaugural event last year was a great success with over 200 high-level financiers, filmmakers, agents, distributors, and industry advisers in attendance. The goal at this year’s event is to bring together pioneers who are paving the way for the audiovisual industry of Latin America for both the TV and Film sectors through innovative corporate partnerships, financing, production, brand integration, and distribution avenues. This conference will consist of insightful panel discussions, interactive sessions, and featured case studies on exploring new financing strategies, bridging the gap between independents and majors, successfully navigating through co-production deals, and pay TV/VOD opportunities within Latin America, among other crucial topics.
This year's speaking faculty will include experts from Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, the US and more:
Elie Wahba - 20th Century Fox
Gary Pearl - Aquarius Television
Vania Catani-Bananeira Filmes
Pablo Cruz- Canana Films
Fabio de Sa Cesnik - Cesnik, Quintino & Salinas
David Zannoni- Fintage House
Daniela Busoli-FremantleMedia Brazil
Steve Solot - Latin American Training Center
Marisa Fernandez Armenteros - MediaPro
Cristina Garza - Mundial
Gabriel Mena - Paradigm
Sergio Sá Leitão - RioFilme
Rodrigo Texeira - RT Features
Fabio Lima - Sofa Digital
Jose Mauricio Fittipaldi - Televisa Internacional
Register Now HERE
Save R$50 BRL off the current rate when using code WEB50 when you register by August 9, 2014.
About Winston Baker
Founded by Katherine Winston and Amy Baker, Winston Baker produces events globally for the filmed entertainment and media industries addressing strategies for investment and growth. In particular, Winston Baker is the leading producer of film finance conferences, successfully creating and producing the Film Finance Forum ® Series and hosting sold out conferences across the US, Europe, Pacific Asia, China, and Latin America. At each event, Winston Baker brings together the most seasoned and influential entertainment executives and financiers to address changing trends. For more information: www.WinstonBaker.com .
RioFilme is an equity and P&A investment company owned by the City of Rio. Founded in 1992, its task is to promote the development of Rio's growing audiovisual industry. For the past 20 years, RioFilme invested in more than 300 Brazilian films, such as "Central Station," by Walter Salles Jr., and "Elite Squad 2," by José Padilha, among others. In 2012, 9 films in the Brazilian top 10 BO hits were co-produced and/or co-distributed by RioFilme. Nowadays, Rio is Latin America's main center for film and TV production and distribution.