UK films at Berlin 2021

Berlin 2021

Berlinale 2020 was one of the last festivals to take place physcially before the lockdown kicked in across Europe and the rest of the world.

The 2021 edition however will see an entirely digital rendition of the festival and European Film Market, which means that you can attend from your desk!

There are nine UK titles in the festival this year, features, shorts, co-productions, documentaries and TV, across six different sections of the festival.

WHAT'S ON

Virtual events at EFM

  • Wednesday 3 March

09:00 - 12:00

Sino-European Forum

Curious about the TV & online streaming landscape in China? Want to know how...

18:00 - 19:00

Changing times, changing plans? Sustaining growth in UK production in 2021

Adrian Wootton OBE, Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commissi...

Sino-European Forum

Curious about the TV & online streaming landscape in China? Want to know how to handle copyrights in this challenging market? Wondering how to make a documentary in China?

This year the "Sino-European Forum" will be shaped for the online space comprising a webinar on documentary, keynote on TV & streaming landscape in China and five roundtables on practical topics.

Supported by the BFI, Bridging the Dragon is an association connecting European and Chinese film professionals, offering networking opportunities and consultancy on producing films between Europe and China.

For more information and to register visit the Bridging The Dragon website.

Changing times, changing plans? Sustaining growth in UK production in 2021

Adrian Wootton OBE, Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commission, will chair this UK production panel. He will be joined by a select panel of producers from high-end TV series and films currently filming or recently wrapped in the UK, to discuss the highlights – and challenges – of production in the UK over recent months. He and guests will discuss the strengths and benefits of the UK offer – including its varied locations, award-winning cast and crew, and world-class VFX – as well as the impacts and lessons learnt from filming during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us to hear more about this, and what production in a post-Brexit United Kingdom, means for continued UK growth and partnerships.

Speakers:
Frith Tiplady
, Founder and Executive Producer, Moonage Pictures (Pursuit of Love)
Lachlan MacKinnon, Executive Producer for A Discovery Of Witches and Industry (A Discovery of Witches)


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