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November 20th, 2019 Panels + Workshops

Understanding International Distribution

Led by Pauline Mazenod, Windrose CEO and founder (France), this closed workshop is an intensive crash course on the ins and outs of international distribution, sales territories and platforms, to identify successful strategies for all types of projects. Don’t miss this very honest and illuminating workshop.

Bio:
Pauline Mazenod is the founder and CEO of Windrose, specializing in the international distribution of documentary films and live performances. She is responsible for film acquisitions and sales. She lives between Paris (France), where Windrose headquarters are located, and Fürth, Bavaria (Germany), where her team is located. Windrose has been distributing high quality documentaries and live performances recordings for more than 10 years. Its catalogue comprises entertaining and challenging films that aim at changing viewers’ lives in order to change the world. Its editorial line centers on arts and culture (music, dance, cinema, etc.), social, economic and political issues, sports, ethnology and discovery, sciences and environment, history, wildlife, etc. Windrose is an active member of key organizations such as: WCSFP, TVFI, SEDPA, AGDOK, EDN, WCSFP, EURASF and EDN.

In English.
Open to Forum pass-holders and Forum RIDM à la carte Day 3 ticket-holders.
Participants must register, starting November 1st, 2019. Limited to 25 participants.


Thank you to RSVP by writing to Charles Dervaux via cdervaux@ridm.ca

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