Diverse capabilities program
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.
Ibero-American Festivals of Inclusive Cinema
Tuesday July 12 | 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
In this conversation held together with the We Cam Fest, the Colombian inclusive film festival organized by the Fundación Cine Social, the Ibero-American Network of Inclusive Film Festivals will be presented, and there will be a discussion about the work this emerging network is doing and the opportunities it will provide for our deaf, hearing impaired, blind, and visually impaired filmmakers and audiovisual producers.
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Panel: Diversity and inclusion
Saturday July 16 | 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
One of the thematic lines of BAM 2022 is diversity and inclusion. As part of our activities with our Diverse Capabilities group, we will have a panel discussion about the opportunities that different organizations, foundations, associations, and festivals are developing to ensure the participation of audiovisual actors with disabilities in the industry's production and distribution chains.
Forum: Accredited diverse capabilities / MINTIC - DACMI and CNACC
Saturday July 16 | 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.
This forum is intended as a space for dialogue between accredited BAM members of the Diverse Capabilities group (deaf, hard of hearing, blind, and visually impaired producers and filmmakers) and MinTIC, DACMI, and CNACC representatives.