IMZ goes Golden Prague from 19-22 September
Join us in Prague for the International Television Festival Golden Prague!
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Prague will be transformed into a hotspot for the international television community this autumn as the Golden Prague Festival takes place from 19-22 September 2018 at New Stage National Theatre.
This festival presents an eclectic selection of the world’s best films in music, dance and theatre and gathers international industry representatives. Apart from the prestigious international competition is accompanied by a videolibrary, premiere screenings, special events and exclusive ceremonies.
The IMZ is happy to attend and to meet international market players at the Golden Prague Festival:
IMZ PROGRAMME SCHEDULE AT ITF GOLDEN PRAGUE
THU 20 Sept:
Networking Lunch: 13:00-14:00, Cafeteria The New Stage National Theatre
Directorate Meeting: 16:30-18:30, FAMU Film and TV School
FRI 21 Sept:
Board Meeting: 17:00-19:00, FAMU Film and TV School
SAT 22 Sept:
EBU-IMZ Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony for Bruno Monsaingeon
IMZ ACADEMY "GOING LIVE - FROM THE PERFORMING ARTS STAGE TO SCREENS WORLDWIDE
THU 20 Sept:
12:30-18:00, The New Stage National Theatre
FR 21 Sept:
09:30-18:30, The New Stage National Theatre
Learn more about the IMZ Academy “Going Live - From the performing arts stages to screens worldwide”!
The IMZ looks forward to meeting you during the ITF Golden Prague!
Please get in contact with us at email@example.com if you want to arrange a meeting!
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