BSAC Film, TV & Games Conference 2016 – Agenda Published

The draft agenda for the BSAC Film, TV & Games Conference 2016, sponsored by Time Warner, has been published and is available here.

Sessions will include:

  • Ben McOwen Wilson, Director, YouTube EMEA
    in conversation with Jon Gisby
  • Amanda Nevill (CEO, BFI)
    in conversation with Matt Mueller (Screen International)
  • The World Stage: Will the UK’s Star Burn Out
    Martin Baker (Channel 4); Noirin Carmody (Revolution Games); Allan Niblo (Vertigo Films); Sir William Sargent (Framestore)
  • Is Virtual Reality a Disruptive Innovation?
    Dave Ranyard (VR Developer) with Jo Twist (Ukie)
  • Why Should We Care About the Blockchain?
    Cliff Fluet (Lewis Silkin); Oliver N Oram (Chainvine); Benji Rogers (Pledge Music)
  • High End Drama: The Man in the High Castle
    Steward MacKinnon (Headline Pictures)
  • A Brief History of Total War
    Tim Heaton (Creative Assembly) with Jo Twist (Ukie)
  • The Pursuit of Youth
    Presentation: Gill Hind (Enders Analysis)
    Timothy Armoo (Fanbytes); Dan’l Hewitt (Maker Studios); Stuart Saw (Twitch); Claire Tavernier (StoryTechLife); Mimi Turner (LADbible)
  • And our annual Movie Market Update

Thanks to the support of Time Warner, this is a free event for an invited audience.

For further information or to request places, please contact the BSAC Office .

Sponsored by

The 16th annual British Screen Advisory Council Film, TV & Games Conference takes place in London from 9am—5pm on Thursday, 13 June 2019

Confirmed speakers include Margot James MP (Minister, DCMS), Mark Linsey (Chief Creative Officer, BBC Studios), Rachel Coldicutt (CEO, Doteveryone), Tom Watson MP (Shadow Culture Secretary), Sara Geater (COO, All3Media) and Lottie Bevan (Co-Founder, Weather Factory).
Further speakers to be announced— agenda subject to change

Conference delegate pass: £250+VAT (including booking fee).
Purchase here

Event Address:
RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London
Guests are advised to bring photo ID.
Please inform us in advance if you have any disability or dietary requirements

For further information:
Call: 020 7287 1111