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RioSeminars aim to encourage debate about current trends in the entertainment and audiovisual industries, as well as co-productions trends and new market developments and opportunities. Every year, RioSeminars hosts panels with respected industry professionals from Brazil and the rest of the world.

The 2011  programme, subject to change, is:

Friday, 7 October 2011

The next FIFA World Cup takes place in Brazil from 13 June through 13 July 2014 will offer great business opportunities for the audiovisual industry. RioMarket brings together some of the most important professionals from the world of communications and soccer to discuss how the audiovisual industry should prepare itself for 2014.

11:00 to 11:30 | Rio de Janeiro, the Audiovisual Market and the FIFA World Cup.

Marcelo Haddad  – Executive Direction – Rio Negocios

11:30 to 12:30 | The Preservation of Intellectual Property During the FIFA World Cup.

Ana Paula Santana Audiovisual Secretary – Ministry of Culture

Attilio Gorini Partner – Dannemann Siemsen

Jay Neuhaus – Director of Marketing – FIFA Brazil

12:30 to 13:30 | FIFA World Cup on TV

Sven Schaeffner – Head of TV – FIFA World Cup Brazil

Marcelo Campos Pinto – Director – Globo Sports

16:00 to 17:30 |  Entertainment and the World Cup

Vilma Lustosa – Director of Communication and Marketing – Festival do Rio

Robert Guimarães – Babilônia Feira Hype

Márcia Braga – Partner – D+ Produções

Aníbal Massaini – Founder – Cinearte Produções Cinematográficas Ltda

16:30 to 18:00 | Audiovisual and the FIFA World Cup

Walkíria Barbosa – CEO – Total Entertainment

Sérgio Sá Leitão – Director President – RioFilme

Luciane Gorgulho – Head of Culture, Entertainment and Tourism- BNDES

Leonardo Dourado – Councillor -  ABPI-TV.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

 

14:00 to 15:30 | Comedy: A Successful and Profitable Genre for Brazilian Cinema

In this seminar important people from the film industry will discuss the main characteristics that make Brazilian comedy successful at the domestic box office.

Roberto Santucci Filho – Director - De Pernas pro Ar

Felipe Joffily – Director - Muita Calma Nessa Hora

Tito Liberato – Director of Marketing -  Fox

Walkiria Barbosa  – CEO – Total Entertainment

Marco Aurélio Marcondes – Director– Moviemobz

Sandi Adamiu – Director of Marketing – Paris Filmes

Rodrigo Fonseca – Journalist and Film Critic

15:30 to 17:00 | The Other Genres That Strike Brazilian Box Office Gold

Action, religion, original stories or films based on real events. In this seminar RioMarket’s guests reflect on the different genres and analyze them for their box office potential in Brazil.

Eriberto Leão  – Actor - Federal Bank Heist

Rodrigo Letier – Producer - Bruna Surfistinha

Wagner de Assis – Director and Screenwriter – Cinética FIlmes e Produções

Luiz Carlos Merten – Journalist and Film Critic - Folha de São Paulo

Sunday, 9 October 2011

14:00 to 15:00 |  Innovation: Creativity in the Digital Age

Never in our history have we had access to so much information. However, the people who have to process this information and turn it into knowledge are still the same as they were before. The seminar discusses how to seize the digital revolution and use the opportunity to network, to improve creativity and improve the exchange of knowledge and fine-tune our searches.

Marcelo Tas – Presenter of CQC

15:00 to 16:30 / 16:30 to 18.00 | Television: How to Succeed

The seminar will be divided into two tables. The first table will consist of television producers and directors who will share their professional experiences. The second table is a writers’ table.

Luiz Vale – Producer - Fantástico

Marcelo Tas – Presenter of CQC

André de Biase – Actor - Armação Limitada

Tonico  Pereira – Actor - Federal Bank Heist

Duca Rachid - Cordel Encantado

Thelma Guedes - Cordel Encantado

Newton Cannito - Cidade dos Homens

Margareth Boury – Rebelde

João Emanuel Carneiro - A Favorita

Claudio Paiva - A Grande Família

Marcílio Moraes - A Lei e o Crime

Monday, 10 October 2011

10:00 to 18:00 | Social Media

Social Media is a phenomenon that has been changing the consumer habits of an entire generation. Professionals from domestic Brazilian and international companies will talk about the business opportunities and the caution we need to take to be successful in this business revolution. Speakers:

Jon Fougner – Facebook

David Tames – Director of documentaries and Blogger – Kinoeye.com

Luis Erlanger – Director – Central Globo de Comunicações

Jose Carlos Oliveira – General Manager – Warner Bros Pictures Brasil

Angélica Bito  – Web Editor- MSN Vídeo, MSN Brasil

Jere Erkko – VP Rovio, Latin America - Angry Birds

Intellectual Property and Piracy

Brazilian government representatives and business leaders discuss how the audiovisual industry needs to re-organize itself to face and tackle the problems of intellectual property and piracy problem, which has generated over 2 billion dollars in industry losses in Brazil during 2010.

11.00 to 12.30 | Intellectual Property and Piracy: Actions to Combat Piracy

Leonardo Racauchi – Apoderado da Cámara Argentina de Exhibidores de Multipantallas – CAEM – Argentina

Ana Paula Santana – Secretary of Audiovisual – Ministry of Culture

José Werner – Lawyer -  Dannemann Siemsen – Director of Angardi

Eric Walter – Manager – HADOPI

14:30 to 16:00 | Intellectual Property and Piracy: The International Scenario

David Hervé Boutin – CEO – BB+ – France

Carlos Cuadros – Director – Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts – Spain

Orlando Pulvirenti – Manager of Legal Affairs for the Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales – INCAA – Spain

Arturo Maximiliano García Pérez – Director – Canacine – Camara Nacional de la Industria Cinematografica – Mexico

Mike Robinson Executive Vice-President for Copyright Protection MPA – USA

Dorian Mazurkevich – Consul General – USA

16:00 to 17:30 | Intellectual Property and Piracy: The Brazilian Scenario

Manoel Rangel – Director-President – ANCINE

Walkiria Barbosa – CEO -  Total Entertainment

Attilio Gorini – Partner – Dannemann Siemsen Advogados

Marcos Oliveira

Sérgio Sá Leitão – Director-President – RioFilme

Marina Engels – Commercial Director – Getty Images

Tuesday, 11 October 2011 - American Day

American Day at RioMarket is a day dedicated to debates about the American industry and partnership opportunities between US companies, Brazil and Latin America. In 2011 there will be four tables with studio representatives and independent companies

10:00 to 11:00  | Reports On My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated: The Future of Film Art and Commerce.

Steven G. Krone – Director – Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute

11:00 to 12:30 | Business Opportunities Between the US and Latin America 

Joel Goldstein – Entertainment Business Affairs Executive and Attorney – Roxbury Media Consulting

Ian Puente  – VP, business development and general counsel – Samuel Goldwyn Films

Nick Spicer  – Executive – Celluloid Nightmares

Márcia Nunes – International Sales and Acquisitions Manager- Goldcrest Films International

14:30 to 15:30 | Keynote

Keynote Speaker: Tomas Jegeus  – Vice-President – 20th Century Fox International)

15:30 to 17:00 | Business Opportunities Between the US and Latin America: Independent US Production

Lanre Olabisi – IFP – USA

Jamin O´Brian  – IFP – USA

Steve Solot – President – FilmeRio/Rio Film Commission

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

11:00 to 13:00 | The Audiovisual Market In Europe

The panel will look at existing and potential business opportunities between countries around the audiovisual and entertainment markets, as well as presenting the production companies’ points of view in regard to different production models.

Juan Gordon – Morena Films

Tino Navarro – Production – MGN Filmes

Andreas Eicher – Producer – Cine Plus Filmproduktion GmbH

Dorothée Pfistner – International Sales Executive – MK2

Iona de Macedo – Producer – Dama Films

Julia Wrigley – Head of Film – Film Channel, Channel Four Television

14:30 to 16:00 | The Audiovisual Market In Latin America

Juan Lovece – Executive Director – Patagonik

Mariela Lebrero – Marketing Director – The Walt Disney Company

Diana Bustamante Escobar – Producer – Cine Caracol

Cadu Rodrigues – Executive Director – Globo Filmes

14:30 to 16:00 | IAEL – Fact Based Cinema

Partnering with IAEL, major law firms in several countries discuss the current Brazilian copyright law, the treatment of copyright in Brazil and copyright in the USA.

Kelly Charles Crabb – Lawyer – Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

Susan H. Abramovitch – Lawyer – Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Marcelo Goyanes – Partner – Murta Goyanes Advogados

Luiza Duarte Pereira – Partner – Murta Goyanes Advogados

 

16:00 to 17:30 | The Audiovisual Market In Latin America

Fernando Sokolowicz  – President – Aleph Media S.A.

Fernando Rovzar – Co-Founder / Director- Lemon Films

Guido Rud – CEO – FilmSharks International

Vanessa Ragone – Producer- Haddock Films

Arturo Maximiliano García Pérez – Director, Canacine (Camara Nacional de la Industria Cinematografica) Mexico

16:00 to 17:30 | IAEL – Music in Cinema and TV: Legal Aspects for the Acquisition of Licensing

Pierce Stacy – Director of Legal & Business Affairs – IODA

Felippe Llerena – Executive Director & Content Director -  iMusica S/A Brasil

Brownlee Ferguson – President – Bluewater Music

Fernanda Guttman – Business Affairs Manager – Warner Music Brasil

17:30 to 19:00 | IAEL – Music in Cinema and TV: Systems for the Charging and Payment of Licensing Fees

Pablo Ahogado – Director of Creative Services – Bluewater Music

Al Staehely – Entertainment Lawyer – Law Offices of Al Staehely

Dario Alvarez  – Editor – Humaitá Music Publishing

Daniel Pitanga – Globo

Thursday, 13 October 2011

10:00 to 11:30 | Canada: Opportunities for Co-Production and New Media (Business Models)

Canadian companies speak about the business models that can be practiced between the two countries, and what are the interests within the industry.

Tina Pehme  – Producer – Sepia Films

George Rethy – President – Pitchstream Media Inc

Dean English – Producer – Perfect Circle Productions

11:30 to 12:30 | Canada: Opportunities for Co-Production and New Media (Canadian Legislation)

Lawyers specialized on the subject and representatives of the Canadian government will discuss how the current legislation enables two companies based in two different countries to do business in the audiovisual sector. Especially the case of Brazil and Canada where both countries possess an official co-production agreement.

Kim Roberts – Roberts & Stahl Entertainment Lawyers

Friday, 14 October 2011

10:00 to 11:30 | New Formats For Home Entertainment: VOD

Companies present opportunities generated by the Video On Demand business model.

Pedro Rolla  Director of Media – Terra

Steve Collins – Founder and President – Mobilefilmworks

Joao Mesquita – Director – Telecine

Anders Erlandsson – Senior Adviser – Ericsson AB

14:00 to 16:00 | The Future of Digital Cinema

The panel approaches the subject of how the growing employment of technology in audiovisual entertainment can alter the context of motion picture production.

Ueli Steiger – Director of Photography

Bill Bennet – Director of Photography

15:00 to 16:00 : The 2012 and 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games: London – Rio

Keynote Speaker: Adrian Wootton – CEO – Film London

16:00 to 17:30 | How To Make a City More Appealing for Audiovisual Production: The Importance of Film Commissions

Representatives of leading international Film Commissions explain how they operate and how their work has helped the growth of the audiovisual industry in their cities and globally

Adrian Wotton – CEO, Film London

Olivier-René Veillon – Director Executive – Île de France Film Commission

Joseph Chianese – Senior Vice-Presidente – Entertainment Partners

Steve Solot – President -  Filme Rio/Rio Film Commission

16:00 to 17:00 | New Cameras: Revolutionizing Image Capture

Nelson Faria – Globo Network

17:00 to 18:00 | What Are We Producing in 3D?

José Dias – Research and Entertainment Director – Globo Network

Monday, 17 October 2011

09:00 to 10:30 | The Market has Grown. What is Next?: Production

Luiz Carlos Barreto – Founder – L.C Barreto Ltda

Roberto Moreira – President – Sindicato da Indústria do Audiovisual do Estado de São Paulo

Sérgio Sá Leitão – President- RioFilme

Mariza Leão – Partner – Morena Filmes

Vilma Lustosa –CEO – Total Entertainment

Cadu Rodrigues – Executive Director – Globo Filmes

10:30 to 12:00 | The Market has Grown. What is Next?: Distribution

Bruno Wainer – Partner – Downtown Filmes

Jorge Peregrino  – Senior Vice President – Paramount Latin America Latina

Rodrigo Saturnino  – General Director – Sony Pictures Brasil

Cadu Rodrigues – Executive Director – Globo Filmes

Patrícia Kamitsuji President – Fox Films Brasil

12:00 to 13:00 | Digitalization and VPF

Howard Kiedaisch – CEO – Arts Alliance Media

Eveline Ferwerda – Foundation for Digitising Dutch Cinema

14:30 to 16:00 |  The Market has Grown. What is Next?: Exhibition

Marcelo Bertini – President – Cinemark Brasil

Ricardo Difini Leite – Diretor of Operations – GNC Cinemas

16:00 to 17:30 | Business Opportunities

Maria Helena Petersson – Ernst & Young

17:30 to 19:00 | Business Opportunities Between Independent Producers and TV in Brazil

Krishna Mahon – Producer – History, A&E and Biography Channel

Maurício Tavares – Acquisitions Director – RedeTV!

Paulo Barata – Director – Universal Channel

Marco Altberg – ABPITV

Nelson Hoineff Journalist and Film Critic

Hélio Vargas – Director – Bandeirantes

Roberto Martha – Director of Production – Viacom Networks Brasil

Elie Wahba – Vice-president – Fox Televisão América Latina and Caribe

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

10:00 to 11:00 | How Can Brazilian Films Increase Their Market Share

Sergio Sá Leitão – President – RioFilme

11:00 to 12:00 | Mediafundmarket.com

Adriana Dutra – Inffinito

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