Get ready for ATF’s official opening by perusing a host of resources from World Screen, including downloading or updating the World Screen app from the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store delivering programming listings, news and more.
Features of the World Screen app include:
TV Listings: The ultimate resource for programming buyers, providing a detailed listing of new content available from numerous distributors.
News: Access our daily news stories, with headlines organized by genre and region.
Stands Directory: This feature provides stand numbers for numerous exhibitors at the market.
Dining: Details on restaurants—with TripAdvisor reviews—in Singapore.
Twitter: Access our Twitter feeds for the latest stories from World Screen Newsflash, TV Kids Daily and TV Drama Daily.
Photo Blog: World Screen’s reporters will be on site delivering a steady stream of images from cocktail parties, press conferences and more, to our Instagram feed.
Videos: Access our YouTube channel for interviews with top-level stars and producers.
Digital Editions: Check out all of our ATF editions for exclusive interviews, trend pieces and more.
Have the app already? Just open it up on your device and it will update automatically with all of our new content for ATF. You can also click on the app settings in the sidebar menu and select “Check for new content.”
The World Screen ATF Preview provides you with a number of useful services in one location.
Watch clips and access detailed information on numerous new shows by visiting our video portal’s dedicated Screening Rooms for ATF. WorldScreenings.com allows you to search for a show by company, title, keyword and genre. Clips can be watched in widescreen and full-screen modes and you can create your own playlist with your favorite titles. You can also see detailed company information via the Screening Rooms.
Asian Spin: From talent competitions to factual entertainment to scripted dramas, the demand for formats is booming across Asia. Plus interviews with Ken Watanabe and NTV Broadcasting Company’s Timur Weinstein, as well as a look at the making of Van der Valk and this year’s World Screen Trendsetter Award recipient, Jed Mercurio.
Play Time: Leading distributors discuss what kinds of kids’ shows are selling well across Asia; Dramatic Horizons: Asian and European drama sellers share what’s driving their businesses across the region. Plus interviews with Mediacorp’s Loke Kheng Tham, Hunan TV’s Cheng Ding, IndiaCast’s Anuj Gandhi and WarnerMedia’s Leslie Lee.
Listings for numerous companies attending ATF.
You can also download a printable PDF here.