12 June 2024

From Book to Film - 12 June

The last day of Bio to B - Industry Days is dedicated to From Book to Film, the meeting event that Biografilm Festival dedicates to fiction production companies looking for stories to transpose into audiovisual format. The event, in particular, consists of two main moments: the Adaptation Market, an activity of meeting and exchange with players of the publishing scene interested in developing and deepening the possibilities of exploitation of rights for transpositions and screenplay adaptations, and the Fiction Factory Showcase in which to find original subjects through a careful selection of unpublished stories proposed directly by authors, scriptwriters and screenplay writers.

After the WELCOME COFFEE at 9.30 a.m., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the DAMSLab will host the ADAPTATION MARKET, the closed-door market made up of speed dating activities with publishing and audiovisual players that From Book to Film dedicates to the relationships between film and television companies and publishers to find, sell, and option stories for film adaptations, serials and audiovisuals in general.

After a refreshment break with the usual appointment at the DamsLab Hall for the NETWORKING LUNCH, from 2:15 to 3:00 p.m. at the DamsLab Auditorium, Barbara Gozzi (Senior Editor Ita & Partner Book on a Tree, Comics & Edu project specialist for Lucca at Comics and Games) will hold the WORKSHOP "Una cover non fa primavera (ma magari inverno / Ti racconto una storia (una sola?!?)".

At 3.15 p.m. the DamsLab Auditorium will host the FICTION FACTORY SHOWCASE, where Giancarlo Liviano D'Arcangelo will present original fiction subjects for cinema and publishing. The showcase will be followed by the FICTION FACTORY AUDIENCE AWARD, which will be held at 17:15.

Before the general greetings with the NETWORKING COCKTAIL at 6.30 p.m., at 5.45 p.m. in the DamsLab Auditorium there will be the CASE STUDY "In Praise of Betrayal: the necessary infidelity in audiovisual transpositions" by Gabriella Gallozzi, critic and author for BookCiak Magazine and director of the BookCiak Azione! award, Luca Baldazzi and Giovanni Ferrara press office and editorial manager of Coconino Press.


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