Online-Special 7 – Strategien für die Festivaleinreichung
There are various aspects to consider when it comes to festival submission strategies, because not every strategy suits every film. For example, not every film has the prerequisites to be screened at the Berlinale or another A-festival. But is this necessary for every film? In this panel, Josephine Aleyt (DFFB), Fabian Driehorst (Fabian&Fred) and Patrick Thülig (Interfilm) will discuss different strategies for festival submission and share their own experiences.
Register please to: email@example.com
Fabian Driehorst is co-founder of the studio Fabian&Fred, author and creative producer of animated films and hybrid formats. He graduated in film from KHM Cologne and previously worked as a cinematographer and editor. Fabian has been selected for labs such as Berlinale Talents, CPH:LAB, AniDox and ACE Producer. His films have screened at more than 800 festivals, been nominated for Lola and Annie Awards, and qualified for the Oscars and the European Film Awards. In 2019, he was awarded the VFF Documentary Producer Award at DOKfest Munich. Fabian is a guest lecturer at European film schools and on the jury of the BKM for production funding short film. He is chairman of the board of AG Animationsfilm e.V., member of ASIFA and Produzentenverband e.V..
Josephine Aleyt takes care of film exploitation at the DFFB, i.e. she develops a festival and exploitation strategy with the students and is also in contact with distributors and world sales. She also represents the DFFB locally at festivals.
Patrick is the man for everything at interfilm Berlin (short film festival, distribution and sales). Since 2013 he has been part of the team of interfilm Berlin – International Short Film Festival Berlin, where he is, among other things, festival producer and also co-curator of the German Competition. Since 2017 he is the head of interfilm short film distribution. Among other things, he is a board member of the association Brot & Spiele e.V. and organizer of the 11mm – Football Film Festival Berlin. Patrick fights for fair remuneration and treatment of short films, digital and analog.