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Avant Première 2020
The international cultural TV content industry meets in Berlin from 22-26 February 2020 at Avant Première Music + Media Market Berlin, the largest market place, conference and networking event for music + dance in audiovisual media. More than 550 music + dance films will be presented by 65 international companies such as ARTE, BBC, NHKK – Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Unitel or Vienna State Opera...
Avant Première also offers programme formats designed to fit the specific needs of the industry, including special presentations, talks and panels on current issues, pitching sessions, booth areas for company presentations and many networking opportunities.
In this edition a full day will be dedicated to innovative technologies for the arts on Innovation Day, February 25th. Furthermore, in the course of the Cross-Sector Day on 26 February, Avant Première places an emphasis on the importance of cross-sector collaborations resulting from digital transformation.Register online before February 6th and gain special access to the online contact tool for participants!
Register online before February 6th and gain special access to the online contact tool for participants!
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