EAVE IMPACT is the umbrella for innovative sessions / events / talks / think tanks / videos / podcasts that EAVE organises beyond its core workshop programmes.
EAVE IMPACT events analyse the film industry and keep inspiring innovation for the future of it. Discover the 3 types of EAVE IMPACT activities:
EAVE Impact Sessions
Live and online masterclasses, plenaries, panels, market or festival sessions, podcasts organised outside our workshop programmes and meant to reach a wider professional audience.
EAVE Impact One-to-one
Mini-web-series of about 5-minutes episodes featuring deep, personal and informal conversations between important film industry players.
EAVE Impact Think Tank
Throughout the different programmes and get-togethers along the year, EAVE invites professionals to design the future of their trade and the film industry through specially designed result-driven think tanks
EAVE has been an active member of the overall transformation in the field of production: EAVE has been a major agent in promoting cross-border and cross-disciplinary collaboration since over 30 years ago, consistently empowerming independent producers.
EAVE’s constant innovation and the renewal of content, expert pool and methods are fundamental elements of EAVE’s DNA, and EAVE IMPACT is part of the same strong community that includes all kinds of industry professionals – financing experts, script consultants, sales agents, distributors, exhibitors, film-fund representatives, advertisers and more – wishing to explore other aspects of their particular field, thus fostering innovation and thinking out of the box.
On the launch of EAVE IMPACT, Kristina Trapp, chief executive of EAVE, stated:
“At EAVE, we want to push our producers and ourselves to step out of our ‘comfort zone’, and constantly ask ourselves the necessary questions to sustain today’s industry and help build tomorrow’s. These questions include how to embrace new content formats and develop the audiovisual narrative language, capture audiences, shape and embrace new models of financing and distribution, and last but not least, how to build sustainable companies.”