Looking For A Producer Or Distributor For Your Transmedia Project? Cross Video Days Market Might Be For You
I have some exciting news to mark this Leap Day:
For the second year in Paris, during June 12 and 13, the Cross Video Days will take place in the Stade de France and offer a series of conference, workshops and a market.
Why is this exciting for you?
If like DIY Days Cross Video Days offers a series of conference and workshops about cross and transmedia, the real exciting part is its market.
You can submit for free your cross/transmedia project, whether it is an ARG, a webdoc, a webfiction, a webTV, a webséries, a transmedia campaign etc. until April 10, 2012, 12pm (European Time) clicking here
20 projects will be selected and will get the chance to be pitched in front of professional producers and distributors who will try help them to move forward.
‘Yes but, a French event is at best opened to Europeans, right?’
And that’s the even more exciting news.
Wherever you are from and whatever your nationality is, you can submit your project, as long as it is in English.
I have received confirmation that this is open to anyone, so to my dear fellow american filmmakers used to receive no public help whatsoever and go through Kickstarter, this can be a nice way to taste a bit of the European fruit.
Why Is This Exciting For Me?
I will attend the two days event for mentorless, and I hope I will learn a lot and be able to share even more with you afterwards!
If your project is picked, you will receive tickets for the whole event, but if you don’t have a project and still want to attend, you can.
The fee is not small (especially if you have to come from abroad) but you have an early bird enrollment until March 31st.
If you are planning on purchasing tickets, consider doing it via this link, a percentage will go back to mentorless, which will officially be the first time that I would perceive money thanks to this website.
But as I said, I will do my best to report from the trenches, via hashtag and articles so you’ll hopefully get something out of the event even if you can’t attend it physically.
All in all, this is a rare opportunity for transmedia projects, and one that should be considered seriously if you are developing a project right now. Free help from professionals is always welcomed, especially when it comes to this grey topic, still hard to sell and monetize.
Let me know if you are planning to attend it, I am always happy to meet peers in real life, and spread the word so transmedia projects can get a shot at gaining visibility!
To register your project for the market, click here.
To enroll for the two days conference and workshops, click here.
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