For the second year running, Storytek Forum is here, along the Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event at Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. On the 29th November we will bring you insightful discussions on the future content models as well as big scale IP business, among other topics such as SheTech and investor issues in the content industry.
As a cherry on top, we will also hold a demo session where the teams from Storytek’s first cohort will be showcasing the hard work they’ve been doing for the past 10 weeks.
9.00- 9.30 Registration and Morning Coffee
9.30 – 10.30 Future content models
10.30-11.10 Intersection of Content and Technology
CEO & Curator MLOVE
12.20 – 13.00 SheTech discussion
13.00 – 14.00 Networking Lunch
14.00 – 15.15 Demo Session @ Storytek Creative Accelerator Cohort One
15.15 – 16.30 The Investor & Financier Roundtable
“Elisa Eesti AS is a strategical partner carrying out the 10-week programme to help startups focusing on digital entertainment, intellectual property, and technology reach international markets.”
Estonia’s first accelerator for the audio-visual industry kicks off today
Storytek – a business accelerator for the audio-visual industry – and telco Elisa have joined forces, creating a 10-week programme to help startups focusing on digital entertainment, intellectual property and technology reach international markets. Read more…
Title proposal for PÖFF list: Submission opens for audiovisual and media tech startup accelerator Storytek
Submissions are now open for the Storytek accelerator, the first mentor-driven accelerator fully focusing on audiovisual sector, where deep knowledge of the global film and creative industry mixes with top notch technology competence. Estonia, already a world leader in technology innovation and home to the renowned PÖFF (Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival) – a partner event of the accelerator – is a natural fit to foster the ecosystem of next generation creatives.
Up to 20 projects to be selected for programme at November festival.
Storytek, the content, media and tech incubator that was pilot launched by Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival at last year’s Cannes, is gearing up to select its first projects after receiving backing from the Estonian government.