2021 – 2022 Dates to Be Announced
Film, TV and Media Professionals Coming Together to Connect and Share Ideas
Connect. Learn. Inspire.
Since 2016, the New York Film Conference has brought together hundreds of leaders from across the entertainment industry to discuss experiences and share their insight into trends facing the film, TV and digital media industries.
2020 was a challenging year for everyone across the globe, and a year filled with uncertainty for the film and TV industry.
While we couldn’t gather together in a large setting last year as we could in previous years, we welcomed the chance to connect with industry leaders via small, virtual gatherings and strategy meetings. It was inspiring to learn how so many of you were able to triumph against devastating personal and professional challenges.
There is much to be optimistic about in 2021, and we hope to be able to meet together in-person again soon. However the safety and well-being of all those who travel from around the globe to gather for the NYFC is the number one priority.
As soon as we are able to confirm another large, in-person gathering we will. In the meantime, we will continue to host small gatherings of industry leaders to discuss how to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow, and ensure the creation of meaningful works and art is able to continue, and to help entertain and inspire people around the world.
STAY IN THE KNOW
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The NYFC would like to thank everyone who has lended their insight to the program, including:
The Story Co
President and CEO
CEO / President
Head of Talent
Founder & CEO
Chairman & CEO
Nine Stories Prod.
Condé Nast Ent
Head of Film
Three Point Capital
Dir. Business Dev.
Head of Prod.
Mary Jane Skalski
Next Wed Films
Next Wed Films
Organizations that have participated in the NYFC:
Bleecker Street Entertainment
Catch and Release
Conde Nast Entertainment
First Look Media
Nine Stories Productions
Washington Square Films
The following conversations and panel discussions have taken place at the NYFC:
The Future of the Independent Film Industry
Strategy Behind Feature Films, TV/Series and New Media
Distribution Trends – Considering Digital vs Traditional Options
The Social and Economic Impact of Diverse Representation in Film
State of Investment and Perspective from Financiers and Investors
Identifying or Preparing Films for Acquisition and Distribution
International Co-Productions and Creating a Global Reach
Leveraging IP to Create Film and TV Series at a Global Enterprise
Overcoming Technical and Creative Challenges during Production
Trends in International Sales
Case Studies on Linking Creative with Business
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the surrounding health and safety risks, we’re still exploring the likelihood of a large gathering in 2021. In the meantime we will continue to host small working groups and strategy sessions. Register your email to keep up to date on developments.
The NYFC would like to thank the following organizations for their support and partnership of the program over the years:
Please use the below form if you would like to contact us or to discuss becoming involved in a future program.