Festival Program

Wednesday


Empowering Creativity

A day about financing, support and new innovative skills for the creative industries


Wednesday 11.30am - 12
Talk: Opinions and leads: Creativity versus Money, or just good old friends?
Panelists: Jeremy Sim (Aurora Media, Singapore) and Thorsten Unger (CEO Wegesrand GmbH & Co.KG, Germany)
Moderator: Sten Saluveer Head of Storytek, Tallinn Estonia and NEXT of Cannes Film Festival) discuss.

Wednesday 12 - 1pm
Panel: Creativity in chains.
The dictatorship of the financiers, public supporters, studios and the crowd.
The panel discussion will lead us to the question if creativity is more and more choked by money and the increasing power of financial support?
Panelists: Jeremy Sim (Aurora Media, Singapore), Rose Cupit (Senior FLAMIN Manager, Film London, United Kingdom), Isabel Teitler (Film editor, director and writer from NYC, USA), Michael Liebe ( CEO Booster Space (gamesweekberlin (incl. QUO VADIS Konferenz and Gamefest) VR NOW Con & Awards, Womenize!. ), Moderator: Sten Saluveer (Head of Storytek, Tallinn Estland and NEXT of Cannes Film Festival)

Wednesday 1pm.- 1.45pm
snack, discuss and mingle

Wednesday 1.45pm.- 2.30pm
Panel: New Formats: How the process of creativity will change in the future? Which formats will survive and influence our reality? Media experts discuss the future of creative output.
Panelists: Johannes Grenzfurthner (film director, Austria), Rob Kraitt (Agent Ramsey & Casarotto, London, United Kingdom), Sten Saluveer (Head of Storytek, Tallinn Estland and NEXT of Cannes Film Festival)

Wednesday 2.45pm - 3.30pm
Panel: New Stories: The future of storytelling in all media fields seems to be discussed over and over again, but without getting to a concrete result. This panel will discuss further and keep the ball in the air. We do the reality check.
Panelists: Prof. Zimper (ZHdK), Rob Kraitt (Agent Ramsey & Casarotto, London, United Kingdom),

Wednesday 3.45pm - 4.45pm
Think Tank: Hard facts. Guided Think Tank Format with output
We will discuss the different economical opportunities the media industries will have in the future, as well as which approaches concerning funding and financing of any kind of art and intellectual property will be sustainable in a faster and faster changing (media-) world.
Impulse from Jeremy Sim (Aurora Media, Singapore), Thorsten Unger (CEO Wegesrand GmbH & Co.KG, Germany), Rob Kraitt (Agent Ramsey & Casarotto, London, United Kingdom)
Moderator: Sten Saluveer (Head of Storytek, Tallinn Estland and NEXT of Cannes Film Festival)

Wednesday 5pm - 6pm
Lecture
In the Cave. On Reality and Power
Anyone who wants to understand the essence of social power has to descend into the cave of ideological delusion. But what exactly does one find there? And how dazzled are those who arrive there out of the light of true reality?
Prof. Dr. Rainer Forst, Exzellenzcluster „Normative Orders“ Goethe University; Frankfurt


Thursday


Pushing (into) innovation and collaboration

A day about creative people, their projects and ideas


Thursday, 10am - 10.30am

Opinions and leads: Interdisciplinary collaborations are the the future! Or should each creative branch go back to the roods and concentrate on their business?

Panelists: Wolfgang Brehm, Lawyer and CEO of Brehm and vMoers, Berlin, Germany, tbc) and Stefan Weil (CEO Atelier Markgraph GmbH, Frankfurt Germany)


Thursday, 10.30am - 11.15am

We all learn from each other. Creative industries mingle and work more and more happily together! Or is this just another fantasy we propagate since Years? Experts talk about the hard facts and identify the limits, possibilities and chances.

Panelists: Prof. Dr. Malte Behrmann, Professor creative industries & communication at the BBW Hochschule in Berlin and Expert for promotion in the games industry, André Bernhardt, expert for indie games and founder IndieAdvisor & Company


Thursday, 11.15am - 12.00pm

Think Tank: Hard facts. Guided Think Tank Format with output
We will discuss the economical and creative opportunities which interdisciplinary collaborations may generate.

Malte Behrmann

Cooperation in creative industries: Games, VR, film

A reality check between limits and possibilities


Thursday, 2.15pm - 3.15pm

World Premiere!

Panel and book presentation:

B3 welcomes the MIT and its 50 Years of arts, science and technology

The Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT Cambridge USA presents the Centerbook

A talk about collaboration and innovation and a brand new book

Panelists: Elizabeth Goldring-Pieme (Author Centerbook, USA), Ellen Sebring (Author Centerbook, USA), Jens Lutz (ZKm Karlsruhe; Deutschland)

Prof. Bernd Kracke (HfG, Offenbach/B3)

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