This year’s edition of the Kyiv Media Week, changes format, becomes itinerant and also passes by MIA. Now in its 11th edition, KMW International Media Forum has carved out a prominent role as an audiovisual market within the industry, building a solid bridge between CEE, CIS and other parts of the world.
A series of special sessions will take place in cooperation with leading European audiovisual festivals and markets. In particular, six KMW sessions within three different events: The international web and TV series festival Serial Killer ( 20-25 September, Brno, Czech Republic), the international audiovisual market MIA (11-15 October, Rome, Italy) and the 38th international co-production and entertainment content market MIPCOM (17-20 October, Cannes, France).
Round tables, screenings with top executives from leading Ukrainian media companies and their foreign partners are designed to present the strengths of the Ukrainian TV and film market, its viability and readiness to build sustainable international partnerships. The focus of this year’s edition will be on the recovery of the Ukrainian industry after the conflict.
“I appreciate all the support and willingness of our European colleagues to join together for a better future of Ukrainian industry. The 12th edition of KMW shows that over all these years we have gathered our true friends and partners around the world and now, when the difficult time has come, all of them are open for us. The opportunity to speak directly to the audience of MIPCOM, MIA and Serial Killer is of paramount importance for our media business,’ – says Kateryna Udut, CEO of MRM, Media Resources Management, Ukraine’s first full-service media consultancy in film, TV, and head of KMW.
The programme and details on each event will be announced shortly on KMW platforms.