Schedule, Lineup, Panels – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The American Pavilion has set its 2022 lineup ahead of Tuesday’s opening of the Cannes Film Festival, with industry-focused panels and discussions including conversations with Eva Longoria, Viggo Mortensen, Scott Speedman, Emily Watson and Letitia Wright.

AmPav will open its doors Tuesday and begin its schedule of presentations and panels Wednesday. Each morning will feature film screenings as part o the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase. There will be talks and panels throughout the day, as well as additional screenings, parties, receptions and parties during the festival’s evenings.

The AmPav terrace
Courtesy American Pavilion

AmPav features a coffee bar, charging stations and free WiFi, a media terrace overlooking the Riviera, the 25th Anniversary of the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase, and the Culinary Program, which features chefs from across the U.S.A and Canada. It can also be rented out for private and public parties and receptions. The new Worldwide Student Program will boast a record number of students.

International sales, global filmmaking models, distribution strategies and DEI initiatives are some of the top panel topics this year. Companies such as Cinetic Media and Millennium Media, Bleecker Street and Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, Live Nation and Submarine Entertainment, Participant Media and Village Roadshow Entertainment Group have all been selected to serve as moderators and executives.

Project Indie Hope will host a panel discussion on filmmaking strategies in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. A pair of panels will be presented by the Golden Globes, AmPav’s presenting sponsor this year. The Globes will also sponsor the American Pavilion’s Queer Night, a celebration of the LBGTQ+ community, on May 24 at 10 p.m., accessible to festival badge holders.

All AmPav members can attend the full program. The Roger Ebert Conference Center will host the event. Festival badge holders will be admitted after 6 pm on most days. See the schedule below.

“We are thrilled to be back in Cannes for AmPav 2022 and to continue supporting the next generation of students and emerging filmmakers,” said Julie Sisk, president and founder of the American Pavilion, which is part of Penske Media Corporation, Deadline’s parent company. “This year’s American Pavilion, including the popular Industry in Focus panels and our In Conversations series, feels like our best iteration yet. As a home away from home for the hundreds of AmPav members, the 33rd American Pavilion will continue to provide food, drink, and fun in a venue with arguably the best view in town.”

Here’s the lineup:

2022 AMERICAN PAVILION SCHEDULE
(All times Cannes local

Tuesday, May 17, 2007

Opening Day/Night

Wednesday, May 18

2:30 p.m.
Industry in Focus: Secrets for PR Pros
Top publicists share their insights into the sometimes confusing world of film promotion.

RJ Millard/ Obscured Pictures. President
Mark Pogachefsky/ MPRM Communications President, Co-Founder
Josh Haroutunian / divergent PR
Bonnie Voland / AGC Studios – Head of Worldwide Marketing & Publicity
Moderated by Sylvia Desrochers/ MPRM Communication, EVP

6-8 p.m.
Member cocktail party

Thursday, May 19

10 a.m.
In Conversation: Eva Longoria
Clayton Davis moderator / Variety

11 a.m.
Industry in Focus: Understanding International Sales
Seasoned international sales professionals discuss their unique role and how they work with their domestic counterparts. They also discuss market trends.

Janina Vilsmaier / Protagonist Pictures
Juefang Zhang / EST Studios
Tamara Birkemoe / Foresight Unlimited, President
Jan Nazsewski / New Europe Sales

12:30 p.m.
Russian Propaganda and War: Cinema as an Instrument of Russian Culture
Presented in partnership by The Ukrainian Pavilion
Unique insight into how Vladimir Putin’s dehumanization of Ukrainians was conducted through Russian cinema.

Maryna Kuderchuk/Head of Ukrainian State Film Agency
Iryna Borovets/ Director General, Directorate for public diplomacy, communication, MFA Ukraine
Andriy Khalpakhchi/General Director of Molodist Kyiv International Film Festival
Victoria Yarmoshchuk / CEO FILM.UA Group Executive director of Ukrainian Motion Picture Association
Moderator: Andrew Fesiak/Producer at F Films

2 p.m.
Industry in Focus: Going Global
What are the benefits and challenges of working globally? Are companies required to grow internationally in order to continue to thrive and succeed in an increasingly connected world?

Jonathan Yunger / Millennium Media
Steven Adams / Alta Global
Matt Brodlie / Upgrade Productions, Co-President
Anita Juka / 4Film
Uri Singer / Passage Pictures

3:30 p.m.
Filmmakers helping filmmakers
In partnership with Project Indie Hope
Panel discussion on how to survive pandemic obstacles and prepare for the future.

Gerry Pass/CEO/Founder of Project Indie Hope, and Chrome Entertainment
Aimee Schoof / Cofounder, Intrinsic Value Films
Charlie Phoenix / National Project Manager for Project Indie Hope
Caddy Vanasirikul/Head of Acquisitions for The Exchange
Moderated by Nancy Tartaglione/ Deadline

Friday, May 20

11 a.m.
Discover Ukraine / Ukrainian State Film Agency
Presented in Partnership with the Ukrainian Pavilion
Presentation of the most recent Ukrainian films and projects, discussion on service options in the current situation and ways to support cinematography in Ukraine.

Iryna Borovets/ Director General, Directorate for public diplomacy, communication, MFA Ukraine
Koliubaiev Atem / Head, Council for State Support of Cinema
Victoria Yarmoshchuk / CEO FILM.UA Group Executive director of Ukrainian Motion Picture Association
Moderated by Maryna Kudelchuk / Head, Ukrainian State Film Agency

1:30 p.m.
In Conversation: Cinetic
A conversation with Jason Ishikawa, Ross Fremer, John Sloss and Ross Fremer about how Cinetic is enabling independent futures for creators and artists.

John Sloss
Ross Fremer
Jason Ishikawa
Moderated by Matt Donnelly / Varieties

3 p.m.
Conversation with Watson
Moderated by Pete Hammond/ Deadline

Saturday, May 21,

4 p.m.
Is it Fashion Time?
How does sustainability, diversity, and conflict impact the red carpet and fashion portrayal in cinema?

Bronwyn Csgrave / Author and Producer, Fashion Consultant and Podcast Host Fashion Conversations
Alessandro Del Vigna / Film Producer, Writer, Executive Producer of Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness
Dana Thomas / Author, Contributing European sustainability Editor to British Vogue. Podcast host, The Green Dream With Dana Thomas
Salvatore Vincent De Paul Zanninno/The genius of Gianni Versace Alive Producer/Director
Christian Filippella/The Genius of Gianni Versace – Producer
Moderated by Ben Rylan (Podcast host, Pop Culture Parade).

Sunday, 22 May

11 a.m.
The Industry in Focus: The “Golden Age”A selection of documentaries
AmPav’s annual assessment of the documentary industry.

Ryan Croft and Chad Wasser / Live Nation
Josh Braun / Submarine
Rob Williams / Participant media
Emily Wachtel/Producer, The Last Movie Stars
Moderated by Anne Thompson

12:30 p.m.
Industry in Focus: Film Festivals are Back
Where do festivals fit into this entertainment ecosystem? How did they fare during the pandemic, and how do they still have relevance today?

Jim Kolmar / SXSW
Trevor Groth / 30West, EVP
Rachel Rosen / Independent Film Programer & Consultant, former Director at SFFILM and Film Independent Programming
John McGrath / United Talent Agency
Jessica Lacy / ICM Partners – Partner, Head of ICM Independent
Moderated by Eric Kohn / Indiewire

2 p.m.
Industry In Focus: Show Me The Money – Film Financing
You can’t make a film or series without money. What financing models are currently working and what is the future for indie productions.

Jillian Apfelbaum / Village Roadshow
Tristen Tuckfield / Village Roadshow
Daniel Bekerman / Good Question Media, Co-Founder
Harris Tulchin/ Producer/ Entertainment Lawyer
Moderated by Brent Lang/Variety

Monday, May 23

11 a.m.
Industry In Focus: The Great Reckoning – Is DEI Working?
Do DEI initiatives actually work? Are things better today than they were two year ago? How can we ensure fair representation in the entertainment sector?

Jordan Hart / Good Question Media
Sam Intili/ Kindred spirit
Joan Jenkinson, Black Screen Office, Executive director
Clayton Davis moderator / Variety

12:30 p.m.
In Conversation: Scott Speedman

Tuesday, May 24

11:30 a.m.
In Focus: Creative Producing
What role do producers play in the creative process? “creative producer”Are you available to serve in a production?

Alex Ordanis / Good Question Media Co-Founder
John Jencks / Electric Shadow Company Co-Founder
April Shih/ Diversity Hire Ltd, Cofounder
Jen Blake / Diversity Hire Ltd. Co-Founder
Moderated by Scott Macaulay/Filmmaker Magazine

Wednesday, May 25

12:30 p.m.
Indiewire’s “Screen Talk”Podcast
The 2022 edition of the Cannes Film Festival is assessed In a live edition of Indiewire’s weekly “Screen Talk”Podcast hosted by Anne Thompson & Eric Kohn

Eric Kohn / Indiewire
Anne Thompson / Indiewire

2:15 p.m.
In Conversation: Viggo Mortensen
Moderated by Eric Kohn / Indiewire

Thursday, May 26

2 p.m.
In Conversation: Letitia Wright

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