TEMPO IMPACT CONFERENCE
Friday, March 9 will be a full day of impressions and imprints. In later years, impact production and outreach have become some of the hottest topics to get involved with. We will now give the film industry a chance to listen to a selection of creators who have turned notion to action. Alex Pearson visits Tempo with his VR project Future Aleppo and describes how he worked with it to reach a young audience. Violeta Ayala enters the international competition with Cocaine Prison, she describes its film screening at the UN and how to create a debate. Last years winner of the Tempo Documentary Award, After Inez by Karin Ekberg, is among the Swedish projects. Skånska WG Film, who have stellar experience with impact production, will also be present. The day is arranged in collaboration with the Influence Film Club and
Smart Kreativ Stad/ Filmregion Stockholm-Mälardalen. We will take part in the results from the pilot project Åskådarperspektiv with projects Trafikljusen blir blå imorgon, Silvana-väck mig när ni vaknat and Bränder. The full day in included with industry accreditation. Those that can only join this Friday are able to get accredited solely for the Tempo Impact Conference for the price of 250 SEK.
Friday, March 9 8.30 – 16.15 Teater Tre
Anna J Ljungmark, producent, House of Real
Beata Mannheimer, utvecklingsansvarig, Filmregion Stockholm-Mälardalen