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Tag: TV Drama Festival

Panel on Distribution & Funding Models Set for TV Drama Festival

September 5, 2023

A+E Networks’ Alexandra Finlay, All3Media International’s David Swetman and Global Screen’s Ulrike Schröder are set to take part in a panel spotlighting shifting distribution and funding models during the TV Drama Festival, taking place October 3 to 5. You can register here for free.

TV Drama Festival Set for October

August 1, 2023

Following on the success of the TV Kids Festival, the TV Kids Summer Festival and the FAST Festival, a second edition of the TV Drama Festival is planned for October 3 to 5.

TV Drama Festival Preview: Day 3

June 27, 2022

The TV Drama Festival Screenings Day on Thursday will feature new and returning content from ZDF Studios and All3Media International. Register for the free event here.

TV Drama Festival Preview: Day 2

June 24, 2022

The second day of the TV Drama Festival opens with the presentation of the TV Drama Pioneer Award to Walter Iuzzolino, curator and co-founder of Walter Presents, the streaming platform that has created a wealth of new opportunities for distributors of foreign-language scripted series. Register for the free event here.

TV Drama Festival Preview: Day 1

June 23, 2022

We open the TV Drama Festival next Tuesday with a spotlight on one of the world’s most prolific drama export markets: the U.K. Register for the free event here. 

TV Drama Festival Agenda Digital Edition

June 23, 2022

In this digital edition of the TV Drama Festival agenda, you will find the full daily program, speaker biographies and descriptions of the shows that will be premiering on our Screenings Day on June 30.

TV Drama Festival Preview

June 21, 2022

We have some 20 speakers lined up to discuss what’s powering today's global drama business for World Screen's first TV Drama Festival, which will run from June 28 to 30.

TV Drama Festival to Spotlight U.K. Creativity

June 20, 2022

Banijay Rights’ Cathy Payne, All3Media International’s Louise Pedersen, Entertainment One’s Stuart Baxter and ITV Studios Global Entertainment’s Ruth Berry will weigh in on commissioning and financing trends in British drama during the TV Drama Festival, which you can register for here.