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Fifo Festival in Tahiti

10th oceanian tv dialogue

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10th oceanian tv dialogue

Screening of films in competition from Tuesday to Friday, from 8am to 12pm.

Doc Zone screening room available upon request for professionals from Tuesday to Saturday, from 8am to 5pm.

The Oceanian TV Dialogue is the only annual event to bring regional television professionals together, in partnership with the France Télévisions group. The Festival thus provides an area to meet and discuss, enabling professionals, players in the audiovisual world and specialists to share their experiences creating synergy and therefore working towards consolidating regional cooperation. This 10th symposium will be based around 4 meetings:

Tuesday from 2pm to 4.30pm – Regional Cooperation

Regional cooperation and co-productions: the opportunities and the constraints. Matters concerning rights, format, exchanges of programmes and content and the circulation of productions. What role can the digital switchover play in regional cooperation?

Wednesday from 2pm to 4.30pm – Pitch Dating

FIFO and the ATPA offer speed dating in the form of pitch dating! How does it work? Project bearers, directors and producers have 10 minutes to convince distributors, producers and broadcasters. A must for any professional wanting to bring their documentary project to fruition.

Thursday from 2pm to 4.30pm – Connected TV

Connected TV is a game-changer all over the world.

Feedback on the impact of the shift to digital in the functioning of television, the writing, production, means of broadcast and consumption of programmes.

What does it really mean for Oceania?

Sharing of experiences around Oceanian television’s shift to digital.  

Friday from 2pm to 4.30pm – the place of local production in the new audiovisual landscape.

As the audiovisual landscape changes, what about the content? In the new context of consumption and production what is the role of local audiovisual productions?

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Natasha Gadd and Rhys Graham