Market Place Live
Market Place Live is a training event that shows filmmakers how to take a feature film project from idea to a successful release.
The event puts an expert panel to the test, challenging them to take a hypothetical project on a journey.
This involves presenting our experts with an imagined project, allowing them to speak freely about their reactions and thought processes.
The panel have no warning of the scenarios they are presented with as the story of the film unfolds, providing participants with unique access to the way they work, how they make decisions and how they deal with the twists and turns of the contemporary industry landscape.
The next Market Place Live will take place as part of Production Finance Market at the BFI London Film Festival.
Listen to Market Place Live
Missed a Market Place Live event or just want a taste of what you can expect? Hear from some of our experts now in the recorded segments below.
Catch up with our event at the BFI London Film Festival in 2014:
And as a special opportunity at BAFTA, also in 2014:
Market Place Live is presented in partnership with Film Export UK and BAFTA, and supported by Creative Skillset's Film Skills Fund, which is funded directly by industry through the Skills Investment Fund (SIF), as well as by the National Lottery via the BFI.
“Great night ... wish filmmaking was always such fun!”
Gurinder Chadha, director (Bend It Like Beckham)
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