“What could we learn from the Danish audio-visual system to apply in Catalonia?” is one question asked during a session entitled “The Danish audio-visual model”, which began the Audio-visual Talent Week, a meeting space between emerging talent and the audio-visual industry organised by the Cluster, from 28th November to 1st December 2017.
In addition to opening the Week, this session was part of a group of activities in which the Cluster aims to analyse the different audio-visual models in the world. The French and North-American models have been tackled so far (Click here to find out more).
The Denmark model was the focus on this occasion, as it is a country which Catalonia has often taken as a reference, and for this reason, the round table had top-notch participants with diverse backgrounds. David Matamoros, the representative in Spain of the Danish production company Zentropa (founded by Lars Von Trier) was the moderator of the round table, which saw the participation of Madeleine Ekman (Zentropa Sweden), Martin Kofoed (Danish Film Institute), Petar Mitric (University of Copenhagen), and Ton Lladó, a Catalan economist specialising in the Danish model.