Since 2020, the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (MinTIC) has played a key role in developing activities concerning Television and Digital Contents in the Bogotá Audiovisual Market, prioritizing the participation of filmmakers and audiovisual producers belonging to ethnic groups (indigenous, NARP, and Rrom), with diverse capabilities (deaf, hard of hearing, blind, visually impaired), and for different regional channels.
In the 13th edition of BAM, these activities will have a special place in the market: the TV Lounge, which will hold its agenda both online and face-to-face at the Experience Venue at the Gimnasio Moderno in Bogotá.
The TV Lounge also includes the One to Many market sessions with OTT platforms, TV channels, and buyers of TV and digital content. A space prioritized for accredited winners of MinTIC 2021 calls and winners of BAM 2022 calls.
Introduction to Co-productions in Abya Yala
Monday July 11 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
With the aim of reinforcing the mapping of ethnic co-productions in Abya Yala (Latin America) and its socialization as an example for ethnic filmmakers, the workshop proposes a space for work, training, and guidance for film projects in the region, in order to enhance opportunities by making connections with funds and potential co-producers. As a case study, the workshop will focus on the documentary in development Ocaso de la Amazonía, a Peru-Colombia co-production selected by the Ibermedia Program (2021).
Diego SARMIENTO PAGÁN
Quechua, Peru. Expert in the field of direction, production, distribution, focused on international co-production with his production company HD Peru.
Ethnic Film Distribution Laboratory
Tuesday July 12 | 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Distribution and commercialization are two of the major difficulties that indigenous communities in Colombia and Latin America face today with respect to their audiovisual productions. This laboratory will have two focuses: 1) information related to the distribution chain in order to understand how the industry and market logics work, as well as all the legal processes, the technical processes for completion, and plans for distribution and recovery; and 2) the project’s distribution and recovery plan.
Colombia. Director and distributor. Expert in independent film distribution with Distrito Pacífico Cine.
DACMI Meeting - Ethnic collectives
Thursday July 14 & Friday July 15
CCB / Piso 2
Working space hosted by the Directorate of Audiovisuals, Film, and Interactive Media (DACMI) and the Ministry of Culture with the ethnic audiovisual collectives present at BAM.
Launch: Audiovisual map of diversity
Thursday July 14 | 4:00 p.m.
AUDITORIUM / GIMNASIO MODERNO
We are launching our "Audiovisual Map of Diversity" within the framework of BAM, but the search is not over. Invite all those creators of content with a differential approach to register in order to share their projects and showcase our country’s diversity: Indigenous, Afro, Rrom, women, LGTBIQ+, people with disabilities, migrants, and all differential content. Scan our QR and put yourself on the map.
SCREENING: Ethnic evening
Saturday July 16 | 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
LOUNGE / GIMNASIO MODERNO
In this open session for all accredited participants, the trailers of the winning ethnic content of the different MinTIC calls for proposals for the year 2021 will be shown.