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TV Drama Festival to Spotlight Changing Role of Distributors


Eccho Rights’ Fredrik af Malmborg and Dynamic Television’s Dan March will discuss the evolving role of distributors during the TV Drama Festival, taking place October 3 to 5. You can register here for free.

Af Malmborg is CEO and co-founder of Eccho Rights. March is managing partner of Dynamic Television. Together, the executives will shed light on shifts in financing and co-production models and what’s expected now from distributors when it comes to packaging and marketing projects.

The second edition of the TV Drama Festival will feature keynotes and panels with leading executives and creatives discussing the major trends in the business of scripted series today. It will be streamed live and available on-demand on Unlike other events requiring hefty registration fees, attendance to the TV Drama Festival is free. World Screen’s festivals have an average of 1,700 registered participants and approximately 18,000 views.

They join the previously announced participants: Sky’s Katie Keenan, RTÉ’s Dermot Horan, MultiChoice’s Waldimar Pelser, SVT’s Karolina Stallwood, TV 2 Denmark’s Lars Erik Nielsen, Two Brothers Pictures’ Sarah Hammond, Fremantle’s Christian Vesper, Banijay’s Christian Wikander, A+E Networks’ Alexandra Finlay, All3Media International’s David Swetman and Global Screen’s Ulrike Schröder. Look for more announcements in the coming weeks.

You can sign up for your free registration here. ONLY those registered will receive free access to our post-event Exclusive White Paper on drama trends, featuring key intel from the event in a compact, easy-to-digest format.

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