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The inauguration, with the projection of “Revelados” and a dialogue between Juana Suárez and Juan Soto about the moment Colombia is going through and the role of the audiovisual
The most important audiovisual market in the country organized by the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce and Proimagenes Colombia, with the support of the Cinematographic Development Fund (FDC).
From yesterday until Friday, July 30, the twelfth edition of the BAM, the most important audiovisual market in the country, will be held, with a hybrid program that combines face-to-face reunion with a large academic agenda and virtual activities, for all those accredited to the Market and the public.
This event has become one of the most prominent audiovisual markets in Latin America, it is organized by the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce and Proimagenes Colombia, with the support of the Cinematographic Development Fund (FDC). The programming of its 12th edition has both face-to-face and virtual events, with the participation of companies, professionals, content, and buyers, with the aim of continuing to consolidate the Colombian audiovisual industry.
The inauguration, with the screening of “Revelados” and a dialogue between Juana Suárez and Juan Soto about the moment Colombia is going through and the role of the audiovisual. On the other hand, the closing and awards ceremony for the projects selected by call will be on Friday, July 30.
COPRODUCE IN COSTA RICA
Events such as the presentation of success stories, the round table “Co-producing with Costa Rica”, the launch of the book ‘Current panorama of cinematographic sound.
‘The BAM VILLAGE is the virtual universe of the market made up of an auditorium, where online academic programming takes place, which hosts talks, panels, workshops and master classes on marketing, technology, production and content development topics; as well as Round Tables, reduced networking meeting spaces with international guests; and the Virtual Fair, a visibility space with 10 stands for BAM institutions and allies that are part of the national audiovisual ecosystem.
The Disruptive BAMs are academic talks with industry leaders and this time “How to take the mole agent to a global phenomenon, by documentary maker Maite Alberd; as well as Introduction to Virtual Production, by James Blevins and Nick Seal, VFX Supervisor at Folks VFX.
With a wide agenda that covers all the edges of the industry and includes workshops, masterclasses and LGBTIi + representation.
The ten allies of BAM and different institutions of the national audiovisual ecosystem participate in the audiovisual Fair, which will have a special place of visibility through virtual stands.
Additionally, and considering the hybrid modality, the Market will once again have the TV LOUNGE space, a private agenda focused on Regional Television Channels and Indigenous Audiovisual Collectives.
To see the full schedule visit: www.bogotamarket.com