Cartoon Finance coming to Belfast

 

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Cartoon Finance is a European training seminar specifically designed by experts for animation professionals. It focuses on traditional and new ways of funding animation series, whilst emphasizing new business and revenue opportunities.

The next edition will take place from 26 to 28 November 2013, in Belfast (United Kingdom).

Videos of 2012 edition:

CXheck out this channel with short videos from the speakers!

Or find out the one that interests you most:

The Cartoon Finance seminar will focus on new ways of funding animation series, whilst emphasizing new business and revenue opportunities.

Watch the video interviews on some of the key topics that were discussed at the previous edition (November 2012 in Dublin), featuring:

Brown Bag Films, Xilam Animation, Walker Group, Penguin Children’s Group, Aardman Animations, Serious Lunch, France Télévisions Distribution and RTÉ.

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Final Call for Registration for Cartoon Finance

Deadline for Registration: Thursday, 25th October

Registration is still open for this year’s CARTOON Finance which takes place Dublin from 12-14 November. An impressive line-up of speakers will discuss in depth new models of financing and revenues for animated TV series.

Practical financial tools, insights into decision-makers’ strategies and new marketplace opportunities will be the programme of this intense two-day seminar exclusive for animation professionals.
Broadcasters’ panel on children’s TV competitive environment: trends and innovative moves (CBeebies, RTE, MTV Finland)
Financial tools (Bank Leumi, Natixis Coficiné)
The Irish and upcoming UK tax credit schemes, EIS scheme and equity investment
Diversifying production models: IP of Work for Hire? (Brown Bag Films, Mélusine / Studio 352)
The international distribution market for animated series: selling more and better (France TV Distribution, awol animation)
Managing budgets and production pipelines of co-pro series (Gaumont-Alphanim)
Launching your second series (Miles Bullough)
and much more

Practical information:
Dates: Tuesday 13 & Wednesday 14 Nov (Welcome Dinner on 12th Nov)
Venue: The Westin Dublin Hotel, Dublin

Fee: 350 EUR for Irish professionals (instead of 500 EUR), including meals

Deadline for Accreditation/ Spriocdháta: Thursday,  25th October


Further information: http://www.cartoon-media.eu/MASTERS/fin_registration.php

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Cartoon FINANCE, 12-14 Nov 2012, Dublin

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Practical financial tools, insights into decision-makers’ strategies and new marketplace opportunities will be part of the programme of the upcoming two-day seminar Cartoon Finance (Dublin, 12-14 Nov). Highlights:

  • Broadcasters’ panel on children’s TV competitive environment: trends and innovative moves (CBeebies, RTE, MTV Finland)
  • Financial tools (Bank Leumi, Natixis Coficiné, Prescience)
  • The Irish and upcoming UK tax credit schemes, EIS scheme and equity investment
  • Diversifying production models (Brown Bag Films, Mélusine / Studio 352)
  • The international distribution market for animated series: selling more and better (France TV Distribution, awol animation, Monster Ent.)
  • Managing budgets and production pipelines of co-pro series (Alphanim)
  • Launching your second series (Miles Bullough)

Have a look at their channel with short videos from the speakers.

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Cartoon Finance Conference Dublin 12 – 14 November

Details of Cartoon Finance conference on ‘The evolving business of animation’ announced.

The global media landscape has changed beyond recognition. How to produce and finance TV series in today’s world? Cartoon Finance has invited experts to share their views on new models of financing and production:

 

  • Key drivers to monetization on the new media
  • Broadcasters’ panel on keeping the audience of children’s TV
  • Financial structures of production companies
  • New market places and revenues
  • Consolidating your company’s future
  • Managing cash flow issues
  • Tax credits, shelters and private investment in animation
  • Banking and financial credits
  • Focus on animation in Ireland

http://www.cartoon-media.eu/MASTERS/fin_programme.php

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