Program panelů 2022

TV Days 2022 se konaly v prostorách Divadla na Orlí.

A Killer among Us: Coming from Spain
Programme Coordinator at Conecta FICTION & ENTERTAINMENT Alba Pérez will give a first-hand view of the 6th edition of this professional TV event, a general overview of the Spanish TV industry and the latest Spanish series premieres.
K7 Media: From One Global Trend to Another – FICTION
Richard O’Meara from the international media consultancy K7 Media will provide a focused insight into what is happening in the world of television and video, talking about fiction.
In Conversation with Anna Nagler + Q&A
Director of Local Language Original Series for CEE at Netflix Anna Nagler will be talking with the founder and director of the Serial Killer festival Kamila Zlatušková about the streaming platform in our region.
Suck My Dick Putin
Slovak director Tereza Nvotová, Ukrainian writer and script editor Iryna Zhygaliuk and FILM.UA creative producer Olesya Lukyanenko will present new miniseries in development about the war in the 21st century through the eyes of young Ukrainians.
Production during the War: Storytellers Never Stop!
Producers from Ukraine will talk about their experience working in difficult conditions, searching for perspective, ideas implementation, and successful cases.
K7 Media: From One Global Trend to Another – NON-FICTION
David Ciaramella from the international media consultancy K7 Media will provide a focused insight into what is happening in the world of television and video, talking about non-fiction.
Jump into Co-creation! Discover Ukrainian Projects Available for Co-production
The pitching of seven Ukrainian scripted series at the early stage of development. New stories with exciting plots!
A Killer among Us: Coming from France
Managing director of the French Série Series festival Marie Barraco will present an overview of the French TV industry and the hand-picked selection of new French series.
A Killer among Us: Coming from Estonia
Board member of Estonian public broadcaster ERR Toomas Luhats, who is responsible for TV and VOD programmes, will present upcoming series from Estonia.
Starlight Media: Coming from Ukraine
Representatives of Starlight Media, Anastasia Bataieva-Dokalenko, Head of International Co-Production and Sales, and Natalia Gerovska, Head of Content Monetization Department, will present new Ukrainian series.
Co-production Built on Trust and Respect
Hordur Runarsson, Co-owner, Producer and Head of Co-productions from Icelandic production company Glassriver, will present a case study of the Icelandic-Croatian series The Possibility of an Island.
EBU’s Small Revolution in Public Service Media Drama
Members of the EBU Fiction Expert Group, Veronika Slámová from Czech Television and Elly Vervloet from Flemish VRT as the EBU Drama coordinator, will give updates on this project facilitating access to high-quality drama content.
Find Your Next Writers and Producers
Serial Eyes Alumni Network (SEAN) represents a new generation of high-end European TV writers and producers, all trained at the Serial Eyes programme in Berlin.
A Killer among Us: Coming from Serbia
FEDIS TV drama and series festival and Telekom Srbija will showcase a line-up of upcoming series from Serbia and will talk about their content, drama creation and distribution.
Channel 4 Then and Now: 40th Anniversary of the Channel That Was Born Different
Channel 4 is turning 40 this November and Rod Stoneman, former Deputy Commissioning Editor in the Independent Film & Video Department, will talk about ground-breaking Out on Tuesday, the world’s first networked gay and lesbian series.
Out and Proud
Screening of one of the episodes of Out on Tuesday (later just Out) series that ran in the UK between 1989 and 1994. It started giving new, often radical representation to diverse sexualities, cultures, experiences, and histories.
Killer Speech: Anna Croneman
Keynote speech delivered by Head of Drama of the Swedish public broadcaster SVT.
In conversation with Anna Croneman + Q&A
Head of Drama of Swedish SVT Anna Croneman will talk with Managing Director of the French Série Series festival Marie Barraco about her journey, vision of the series industry and creation, and her work as Head of Drama of the Swedish pubcaster SVT.
A Killer among Us: Coming from TV4, Sweden
Dunja Vujović, Executive Producer and acting Head of Development, and Petra Larsson, Business Affairs Specialist for Scripted Content, will present new series from Swedish commercial TV4 and SVOD service C More – a mix of classic scandic noir, edgy political thrillers, comedies and smart genre crossovers.
A Killer among Us: Coming from Belgium
VRT as the Flemish public broadcaster will present an exciting line-up of series that are in development, in production, or ready to conquer the hearts and minds of fiction lovers in Flanders, Belgium, and worldwide.
A Killer among Us: Coming from SVT, Sweden
Head of Development of SVT Malin Nevander will present a slate of upcoming drama series from the Swedish public broadcaster.
The Next Stop: TV Drama Vision
Cia Edström, Head of Industry at the Göteborg Film Festival, will present the drama series conference and co-financing event TV Drama Vision that she heads.
BBC Media Action channelling BBC values and skills in media partnerships in EE
BBC Media Action uses various forms of media to contribute to long-term change around the world. Ellie Haworth will be talking about cooperation with partners in our region and their work to uphold freedom of speech.
A Girl from Tallinn: Estonian-Ukrainian Co-production Series
Ukrainian and Estonian producers will present a case study focused on the process of creating the series A Girl from Tallinn – co-production, shared stories, and partnerships.
Killer Masterclass: David Dusa
Hungarian-born and Swedish-raised writer and director for film and television on how local stories can travel abroad.
A Killer among Us: Coming from Finland
Head of Drama of Finnish public broadcaster YLE Jarmo Lampela will present their upcoming TV slate.
Rough Icelandic Comedy and Political Drama in One
A case study of the award-winning series Blackport that tells the story of a young married couple who see their livelihoods threatened when the Icelandic government starts enforcing restrictive fishing quotas after they build a small fishing empire in a village.
Killer Speech: Piodor Gustafsson
Keynote speech delivered by Director of Scripted Content for the Nordics and Baltics at TV4 Media Piodor Gustafsson about the inevitable maturing of the SVOD market.
Story about 1000 Applications
Finnish director Kaya Pakaslahti and producer Liisa Lehkonen from Yellow Film & TV share their experience (not just) from developing a new young adult queer comedy series Limbo for Finnish public broadcaster YLE.
Killer Masterclass: Wilhelm Behrman and Niklas Rockström + Q&A
A session with scriptwriters of successful Swedish series such as Before We Die, Caliphate, and The Unlikely Murderer, hosted by Táňa Zabloudilová from the Serial Killer festival.
Sustainable Production & Climate Content Pledge: How Audiovision Can Help Save the Planet
This question will be answered first by representatives of The Audiovisual Producers’ Association and project, then the CME company and a Czech broadcaster TV Nova, and lastly by Planet A Film company.
A Killer among Us: Czech It Out
Director of Content and New Media Jan Maxa will present upcoming series from the Czech public broadcaster Czech Television.
What happens when two different worlds meet?
Director Robert Poupátko, actress Lucie Lucassen, and director of Tuke TV Alica Sigmund Heráková will talk about the five-episode Roma-Czech-Slovak miniseries, LGBTI musical based and shot entirely in the city of Brno.
Co-production with Ukraine. How To
Panel discussion with representatives of CEE and Ukrainian broadcasters about how and when the Central and Eastern European countries can cooperate with Ukraine. Unfolding risks, challenges, opportunities, and the common ground for cooperation.
Showing Diversity and Richness of European TV Production
Creative Producer from Czech Television Dušan Mulíček will talk about a new programme mapping news, events, creators, significant players, independent production companies, work-in-progress projects, successful titles, and premieres on the European TV scene.
From 0 to 44 in One Year: The Powerful Launch of Voyo Originals in the Czech Republic
Lenka Szántó, Creative Producer from Voyo and TV Nova will showcase new series from the portfolio of the leading Czech commercial broadcaster and the CME’s VOD service.
Youth is Drama
Case studies of two young adult series – Swedish Likea from TV4 and Czech Sex O’clock from Voyo.
CME Content Academy
Presentation of a new intensive two-year educational programme for talented young professionals focused particularly on TV production organised by TV Nova, TV Markíza (CME Group), and Television Institute.
Signing of a Memorandum
Signing of a Memorandum between the Audiovisual Producers‘ Association, the Association of  Czech Animation Film, TV Nova and FTV Prima on a joint procedure following the implementation of the European Directive on audiovisual services in the interest of the development of the Czech AV market.
Let’s Talk About It: CEO Panel Discussion
CEOs of Czech Television, Czech commercial broadcasters TV Nova and TV Prima, and Slovak commercial TV Markíza will discuss the future of television in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
Flexibility, Creativity, Trust. Is Cooperation with Independent Producers Worth It?
A session with representatives of The Czech Audiovisual Producers’ Association and Swedish TV professional Piodor Gustafsson dedicated to cooperation between independent producers and television, both public and commercial TVs.
Pitching Forum of the South Moravian Film Fund & Brno Film Office (in Czech language)
South Moravian Film Fund is helping to develop the local audiovisual industry and the associated economy, supporting audiovisual production, and promoting the city and the region through audiovisual works.Brno Film Office is an institution founded by the City of Brno and its objectives are promotion of the city as a film friendly region and provision of suitable conditions for filmmakers, to make them come back again.