Input Sydney adds new sessions

An international TV conference coming to Australia with  has added another series of sessions to its line up.

Input, which comes to Australia for the first time, has added the series Women & Girls: The Role of Public Media on Tuesday 8 May, Pacific Forum on Public Interest Television on Thursday 10 May and Fiction Film and its Role in German Public Television, also for Thursday 10 May.

Input Sydney promises over 90 hours of programming to be screened and debated with delegates from more than 30 countries and around 800 delegates made up of acquisitions and commissioning executives, independent production companies and program makers from around the world.

The conference, now in its 35 year, is scheduled into different sessions:
Niche is Coming and it’s Serious
The Art of Blending (how might TV formats morph arts programming into something new)
Documentaries – When Do You Turn Off the Camera
Youth Quest – can public television every be cool
The Thrill of TV political Drama
Fresh Fiction; join in dramas, soap noirs and other buzz creators

Also screening for the first time is South African series 90 Plein Street, Finnish comedy Beauty Sleep, US documentary Southern Belle and the first ever drama series out of East Timor, Suku Hali as well as screenings of new series The Hour, a BBC period drama written by Abi Morgan, scribe of The Iron Lady and Shame.


Get the latest media and marketing industry news (and views) direct to your inbox.

Sign up to the free Mumbrella newsletter now.



Sign up to our free daily update to get the latest in media and marketing.