The International Festival of Films on Art - 39TH Edition from March 16 to 28, 2021

BENEFIT AUCTION | TRAIT D'UNION                         BID ON BYDEALERS                     ONLINE CATALOG 

FIFA CONNEXIONS | 20 mars | Rencontre avec les plateformes web pour le film sur l'art

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Participation: Art21 ,, NOWNESS ,, STINGRAY ,, VUCACU ,
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FIFA Connexions


With the participation of ART21, NOWNESS, STINGRAY and VUCAVU


Nowadays, a common question has emerged amongst filmmakers, producers, distributors and broadcasters: “Which business model to use?”. From the proliferation of viewing platforms to new financing methods (crowdfunding, blockchains, etc.) it is sometimes difficult to navigate. To address these questions, we invite dynamic specialized platforms in arts to share their expertise. Curated-content editors around this discussion panel will share with us their good or bad experiences, success stories and failures (in english). A discussion panel to learn, to question and to stimulate your creative business approach.


Nick Ravich - Director of Video Programming & Production - Art21
Starting out with filmmaker Errol Morris, Nick Ravich has worked as a documentary production manager, director, and series producer for over 20 years, specializing in arts and culture broadcast projects like Blackside’s "I’ll Make Me a World" and Art21’s "Art in the Twenty-First Century" and working directly with hundreds of artists in the process. Nick is currently Director of Video Programming & Production at the long-running Peabody Award-winning arts and documentary non-profit organization Art21.
Art21 is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring a more creative world through the works and words of contemporary artists.

Ananda Pellerin - Senior Editor - NOWNESS
Ananda is the senior editor at Nowness, a global culture channel based in London, UK. She is originally from North America.
NOWNESS is a movement for creative excellence in storytelling celebrating the extraordinary of every day. Launched in 2010, NOWNESS’ unique programming strategy has established it as the go to source of inspiration and influence across art, design, fashion, beauty, music, food, and travel. Our curatorial expertise and award-winning approach to storytelling is unparalleled. We work with exceptional talent, and both established and emerging filmmakers, which connects our audience to emotional and sensorial stories designed to provoke inspiration and debate.

Eric Ayotte - Musical Partnerships - Stingray
Eric has been involved in the Montreal musical scene since the age of 15. Musician, programmer, agent, broadcaster and press agent, he has worked for the Montreal International Jazz Festival, les Francofolies de Montréal, Montreal en Lumière and several performance halls. Since 2016, he devotes his schedule to creating musical partnerships at Stingray and more particularly for the product Stingray Classica, a television destination dedicated to classical music, opera and ballet.
A Leading Global Music, Media, and Technology Force. Stingray is a premium provider of curated direct-to-consumer and B2B services, including audio television channels, over 100 radio stations, SVOD content, 4K UHD television channels, karaoke products, digital signage, in-store music, and music apps.

Jacquelyn Hébert - Community Manager - VUCAVU
Jacquelyn Hébert has worked in arts administration and arts education since 2005, holding positions with Concordia University, the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Le Labo, the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Film Group to name a few. Jacquelyn is also a visual artist and filmmaker whose work stems from an interest in historical, cultural and imagined narratives. She has presented her work nationally and internationally. She is currently’s Community and Programming Manager.
VUCAVU is operated by the non profit Coalition of Canadian Independent Media Art Distributors (CCIMAD).
CCIMAD was established in 2013 by a group of independent Canadian film and video distributors to improve international accessibility to their catalogues through a shared digital distribution strategy. To this end, they established VUCAVU, which works with independent film and video distributors from across Canada to improve access to Canadian works and to provide greater national and international awareness of Canadian filmmakers and video artists.

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