Learn how to negotiate and navigate a film tv, digital entertainment development deal. An insider’s overview of what happens when a show or film is put through to development, what goes into building a development budget, This session will outline what development is and why it is important, demystifying common development terms and agreements, and what emerging producers and creators need to consider if their project is in development including financing, and repayment obligations.
Presented by Niki Singh, Manager, Scripted Programming, Business & Rights, CBC and moderated by Nathalie Younglai, Writer, Director & Founder of BIPOC TV & Film
This session is part of the One Stop Business Workshop – Say Hello to series organized by CBC, CAVCO and CMPA – originally livestreamed between June 10 – July 3, 2020. The goal of the series was to introduce new and emerging independent producers and content creators from traditionally underrepresented groups in the industry (women, persons with a disability, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour and LGBTQ2+) to topics related to the business and financing of TV, film and original digital content.
Interested in viewing the whole series and reading the session materials? Visit https://www.cbc.ca/businessandrights/onestop.
We are also offering a Certificate of Completion to those who have watched the whole series! To learn more and sign up, visit: https://www.cbc.ca/businessandrights/onestop.
About: One Stop Business
A virtual business and financing series presented by CBC, CAVCO and CMPA
The CBC, CAVCO and CMPA are launching a series of short virtual information sessions to introduce emerging independent producers and content creators from traditionally underrepresented groups in the industry, to topics related to the business and financing of TV, film and original digital content.
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