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PARIS, Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Michael Rosenfeld, Head of Television and Film at the brand new
Tangled Bank Studios, will give a keynote address at
MIPDoc on Saturday
6 April 2013. The leading international screening & conference event for documentary and factual programming, MIPDoc will be held in
Cannes from 6-7 April, ahead of
MIPTV (8-11 April).
Michael Rosenfeld is a seasoned producer, writer, and television executive with extensive experience in documentary production and new media. He is heading the newly launched Tangled Bank Studios, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's
US$60 million film and television initiative, set to produce up to 10 hours of science programming annually for TV, cinemas and digital media.
In a career spanning network broadcast, cable, and public television, Rosenfeld has won or led teams that have won hundreds of industry awards, including the Peabody Award and almost 40 News & Documentary Emmy Awards. In his MIPDoc address, entitled "Reinventing Science Television," Rosenfeld will discuss how the new production company is aiming to create science films that enlighten as they entertain, and support producers who want to do the same.
MIPDoc is the place where documentary and factual programming creators and producers deliver their stories to a global audience of up to 400 buyers from 60 countries. At the heart of the market, the world's largest digital library provides the opportunity for producers and distributors to highlight more that 1,000 of their latest documentaries and factual programmes to all leading international buyers.
The 2013 MIPDoc conference programme will offer a rich and varied line-up of sessions and new initiatives responding to the multifaceted nature of today's factual and documentary industry. Co-production and co-financing remain the central focuses, which will be supported through a series of workshops scheduled throughout the two-day event.