THE EUROPEAN VOD MEETINGS
The European VoD Meetings is the first European professional training especially conceived for the Video on Demand sector.
It is organised by EuroVoD and co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme.
The goal of the training is to reinforce the competitiveness of the European VoD platforms, preserving the richness of the cultural diversity of their catalogue, through the transmission of know-how and peer-to-peer learning, by fostering the implementation of innovative projects, producing an updated and comprehensive analysis of the needs of the sector and its opportunities, and stimulating a better comprehension of the dynamics that could influence the circulation of European, arthouse and independent films in Europe as elsewhere.
The training is born from the urgency of the European VoD platforms to network and benchmark, fostering the dialogue within the chain of rights and with the service providers, feeding a knowledge economy for the benefit of all the industry and finally to the european creativity. Video on Demand is a young sector the industry based on innovation and gathering different knowledges and backgrounds in tech & film that need a constant up to date: transparency, communication, data analysis, cooperation, confrontation about the hot topics of the business, development of new projects, acquisition of technical, artistic, marketing, trading and management tools.
1ST EDITION of the European VoD Meetings:
Venice, 3-6 September 2018: Programme and the list of participants
Berlin, 6-9 February 2019: Programme and the list of participants
2ND EDITION of the European VoD Meetings:
Venice, 2-5 September 2019: Programme and the list of participants
Sofia, 18-21 March 2020: Programme and the list of participants (postponed in September because of Covid-19 safety mesures)
THE 3RD EDITION
In 2021 the European VoD Meetings is accessible:
- online: (in development) adapted for junior and intermediate profiles approaching the Video on Demand sector, accessible worldwide to everyone though a major online training platform
- residential: 28, 29 and 30 July in Palma de Mallorca, for VoD executive profiles, access though the application below & selection
/ WHEN & WHERE
28, 29, 30 July 2021
Palma de Mallorca, Baleari Islands, Spain
During & in partnership with Atlàntida Film Festival (26/7-1/8)
The training is open to 35 European and 5 Non-European executives professionals representing VoD platforms & relevant stakeholders
/ HOW TO APPLY
The applications are open from the 16th April until the 31st of May. The selections are made progressively, on a first-come first-served basis.The training conventions must be signed and the fees paid by the 18th June at the latest in order to confirm the attendance.
The cost of for the 3-day residential training course is 600€.
In the price are included: the tuition fees, the pedagogical materials, the lunches, cocktails, networking events & dinners, grouped transfer from/to the airport, benefits from our partners, including the access to Atlàntida Film Fest screenings.
The trip to/from Palma de Mallorca, accommodation and local transports are not included.
Nevertheless, we offer hospitality assistance, and manage the booking with special conditions and lower price with our partners hotels.
A limited number of scholarships is available thanks to the Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Commission, given in priority to companies from low-production capacity countries, startups and companies proving financial issues. EuroVoD scholarships may be granted to its members as a rebate on the training fees. Applicants are encouraged to apply for financial support with their national funding bodies first, like eg. national film funds.
For question or further information, please contact:
Training Coordinator - Silvia Cibien M +33 660111178
/ THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
Main financial partner:
Venice Workshops & VoD Market Days
2019 & 2020 partner:
Palma de Mallorca Workshop 2021 partner:
Venice Workshop 2020 partners:
Sofia Workshop 2020 partner:
Sponsors, Venice Workshop 2019: