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The MIPTV programme includes the Media Mastermind Keynote Series, the Producers’ Hub & Co-production Summit, the Brands and Content focus, competitions, matchmaking and networking events, and the red-carpet World Premiere TV Screenings. Innovation is at the heart of MIPTV with MIPCube programme. MIPTV Programme at-a-glance.
The MIPDoc programme focuses on co-financing and co-production: MIPDoc Programme at-a-glance
The MIPFormats programme features the most innovative concepts worldwide: MIPFormats programme at-a-glance
The Nordic territories--Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland-- have been co-producing with each other for a half century. They are now moving out into the international playing field as never before, especially in drama. In this workshop, major Scandinavia co-production players unveil how they work with international partners and what financial and creative incentives can be and are being tapped.
Michael Hjorthreceived a bachelors degree in film at Bard College, nyin 1989. He soon began to write screenplays and together with Tomas Tivemark wrote the very successful tv series Bert in 1993.In 1994 Michael Hjorth, Tomas Tivemark and Johan Kindblom created the first truly successful Swedish sitcom, Svensson, Svensson, which ran for two years. After the successes with Svensson, Svensson the three screenwriters formed the company Tre Vänner (Three Friends) in 1995 that over the years has grown to be one of the largest independent production companies in Sweden.Michael Hjorth enjoys genres enormously and has written everything from comedy to horror and drama and crime. He has directed both for TV and the big screen. He is currently the creative executive producer attached to Tre Vänners International projects.In 2009 he started to write crime novels together with fellow writer Hans Rosenfeldt and they have to date published two novels. The first title is Dark Secrets ( Det Fördolda) and has already sold to 16 territories worldwide including the US.About Tre VännerTre Vänner creates worlds that people want to return to. The stories we tell are enjoyed through our television, film and theater productions and in novels.Having been founded by screenwriters, our company combines business focus with creativity at all levels – from the original concept to development, financing, production, launch and post-market activities.Tre Vänner’s productions include the television series Svensson Svensson and the feature film Easy Money. We are currently developing a television series titled The Fjällbacka Murders, which is based on the novels of Camilla Läckberg.
Born 1956.Graduated atUniversityofCopenhagenin Theatre Studies (1977)Acquired the art of directing through training at the Royal Danish Theatre (1977-1981)Debuted as a director in 1981; debut followed by productions at a large variety of theatres at home and abroad.Director for Danish Broadcasting Corporation: TV movies, sketch comedies, sitcoms.Director of many plays, musicals and sketch shows.Served on committee of the Foreningen af Danske Sceneinstruktører (Danish Stage Directors Assoc., 1987-1996).Producer for Danish Broadcasting Corporation The Drama Department since 1998 on a range of televised stage productions and TV series, including Nikolaj og Julie (2001-03).Recipient of the International Emmy Award 2003 for Nikolaj og Julie.Director of Hans Christian Andersen – The Life of a Storyteller (2005).A docu-drama in two episodes about the famous Danish storyteller, his life and his road to fame. The production was broadcastet in several countries inEuropeduring spring2005 incelebration of the 200 years of Hans Christian Andersen’s birth.Producer/creative producer of “The Killing I”.Nominee of The International Emmy Award 2007 and 2008, 2010 - with creatorSøren Sveistrup- for The Killing I and The Killing IIProducer/creative producer of “The Killing II” 2009Senior Producer and part of the management in The Fiction Department at Danish BroadcastingRecipient of The Golden Nymph at The Monte Carlo TV Festival, June 2010Recipient of the BAFTA Award for The Killing I, London 2011In production with The Killing III, 2011/2012Copenhagen, September 2011
Marlene Edmunds is a consultant, a film, TV and multimedia correspondent, and a lecturer and moderator. She has worked for the world's top entertainment magazines for more than two decades, including being a European correspondent for Variety for 16 years. She has also reported for the Reed MIDEM family of publications, including MIP TV, MIDEM and MIPCOM, as well as for The Hollywood Reporter, Locations Magazine, World Screen, TV International, and other media publications. Marlene began her career working in theUSas a journalist and editor for several national radio news services, founded the former Women’s News Institute inSan Francisco, and has been an associate of The Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press for more than 25 years.www.marlene-edmunds.com