Scripts based on real stories, a Warhol poster in the background of a scene, and a protagonist humming a Robbie Williams song - not all third party content contained in a script or a film is that obvious. Only a detailed analysis can avoid cost-intensive pitfalls.
Rights clearance is becoming increasingly important, both nationally and internationally.
>> Identify and clear rights fast and effectively
>> High-profile case studies and best practices
>> Unique access to specialists from companies like HBO, NBC Universal and Zentropa
Internationally acclaimed experts
This seminar offers unique access to the know-how and experience of specialists from companies such as HBO, NBC Universal and Zentropa as well as international practitioners from renowned law firms.
The list of all trainers can be found here
Examples and Case Studies include:
TV formats, documentaries, independent European feature films as well as Hollywood movies – from BORAT to THE BOURNE SUPREMACY, as well as NYMPHOMANIAC, ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS and THE COMMUNE.
- Turning real life into film – the HBO example
- Locations – more than just a shooting permit?
- Music in films and documentaries
- Dealing with trademarks and artworks in film and TV – legally and creatively
- Clearing rights for documentaries
- Best practice lessons: Rights clearance strategies at HBO, NBC Universal, Zentropa
- The role of E & O insurances
The programme schedule draft (PDF) can be downloaded below.
For quotes of former participants, click here
The training includes excellent networking opportunities - during the seminar as well as at our social evening programme.
>> Benefit from an active group of participants and industry experts from different disciplines
>> Establish valuable and long-lasting business contacts with media professionals from all over Europe
Regular participation (incl. accommodation and meals):
1st person € 1.290,00 | 2nd person from same company € 990,00
For residents (excl. accommodation, incl. meals):
1st person € 870,00 | 2nd person from same company € 670,00
Registration for the 2017 edition will open closer to the event.
A limited number of mostly partial scholarships is available. These will be awarded in priority to professionals from the new EU member states.
Please contact Dina Rubanovitš (rubanovitš(at)epi-medieninstitut.de | T: +49 (0) 331 721 2886) for further information.
Please do not
register online if you are planning to apply for a scholarship.