Copenhagen TV Festival is a must-attend festival for those who wish to be updated on the latest trends and get knowledge from some of the most remarkable productions of the year.
The festival always offers international outlooks. Some of the former international festival speakers are the people behind Chernobyl','Babylon Berlin', 'Better Things', 'The Handmaid´s Tale', 'Leaving Neverland', 'Making A Murderer', 'The Jinx' and 'The Daily Show'.
Since 2000, Copenhagen TV Festival has been an educational initiative and non-profit event organized by the Danish Producer's Association. DR, TV2, Nordic Entertainment Group, Discovery Networks Denmark and YouSee are the main sponsors and the festival's primary partners.
'I was impressed by the wide range of topics and the high quality of programming, which besides Danish insights also included case studies by many international companies.'
'As a guest speaker at Copenhagen TV Festival, I found the audiences to be crisply intelligent and highly committed to the subjects at hand, which personally added greatly to the intensity of my sessions. This was one of the most delightful and engaging teaching/talking events I've ever experienced.'
'The Copenhagen TV Festival was a phenomenal experience. I was able to connect with people I have admired from afar and hear insight from people who understand the ever-changing trends in our business.'
'I was thrilled to have been included in the Copenhagen TV Festival. The festival highlighted a diverse array of panelists and shows, facilitating discussions I feel are important in today's media culture.'
'Copenhagen TV Festival was an amazing experience, where I met interesting people from TV companies across Europe. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to share or discover how this dynamic industry is working and changing across the globe.'
'It's rare to find an event where the organizers let creativity and culture speak for themselves. Rather than panels of sponsors the festival was crammed with an eclectic and thought provoking schedule across every aspect of storytelling on screens.'