Crowdfunding-Session für Filmemacher auf der Social Media Week

Kommende Woche veranstaltet ikosom auf der Social Media Week in Berlin eine Session zum Thema “Crowdfunding für Film” und laden euch dazu herzlich ein.

ikosom Workshop “Crowdfunding als alternative Finanzierungsmöglichkeit für Filme – Marketing, Social Media, Rechtliches”

Während Crowdfunding für Independent-Filme sich schon durchgesetzt hat und für kleinere Produktion schon jetzt eine ernstzunehmende Ergänzung zur klassischen Filmfinanzierung ist, so wird Crowdfunding für größere Produktionen bisher vor allem aus Marketingzwecken eingesetzt.

Videos are now online!

We uploaded the videos of both the first and the second day of Digitalfilmcamp 2012.

Whether you missed one of the talks or if you're just interested in what happened during those two days, then check out all the videos here on our website, under "documentary".

Again, thanks to everyone who contributed to this event, to all of you who participated, presented their projects, asked questions, and shared ideas on filmmaking and crowdfunding.

Live Blogging - Coaching Session 1 #dfc12

Wolfgang Gumpelmaier, Adam Daniel Mezai coaching

Mark Dare Schmiedel and Nana Rebhan

Daniel Böhme

At age 15, I founded my first band, being 16 I directed my own dance group as a
chore­o­g­ra­pher and dur­ing my school­days I started work­ing as a graphic designer for bands and polit­i­cal under­ground guys (legal).

Nana Yuriko & Britta Mischer

At the digitalfilmcamp, Nana Yuriko and Britta Mischer will present their film project on tuesday.

David P. Heberling

David P. Heberling is co-founder and owner of the Berlin based agency for digital communication, the Table of Visions GmbH. On the one hand, the agency focuses on online projects for many
customers, on the other hand on implementing own web-based business ideas. One of their largest projects is the German crowdfunding platform pling.de, founded in 2010.

Gregory Vincent

Gregory Vincent is a pioneer of microfinance, having set up Europe’s first crowd-funding website sponsume.com. Launched in August 2010, Sponsume revolutionises the way film-makers and other creatives raise the funds they need to make their creative projects happen.

Matthew Way

Matthew Way has translated more than 500 films. He run the “Filmklub” since 2007, which presents interesting guests and films to the public in Hamburg, Germany.

 

Matthew Way - born 1974 in Pennsylvania, USA.Lives and works in Berlin and Hamburg, Germany.

1992-1997 Studied film at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, USA.

1997-1998 Taught middle school in Caracas, Venezuela.

1998-1999 Worked as a Fulbright Scholar in Hamburg, Germany.

1999-2004 Performed assorted jobs in the film business.

Nana Rebhan

Nana Rebhan studied at the FU Berlin (Freie Universität Berlin) Film/Theatre and TV-Sciences and
at the TU Berlin (Technische Universität Berlin) Media Consultant and made her degree on the
films of Wong Kar Wai. After directing a theatre play she started studies at the Academy for
Television and Film (DffB) in Berlin. She has also was working for ARTE: she has been writing
specials from and on film festivals in Berlin, Cannes, Locarno and Venice.