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Bertrand Moullier

Consultant

British Screen Advisory Council

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7287 1111

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British Screen Advisory Council

3Rd Floor 14 Newburgh Street

London, Greater London,W1F 7RT

United Kingdom

Company Description

BSAC is an independent body whose core funding is provided by its Members. Additional research is funded by Associate Members. Specific projects and events are also funded by separate sponsorship. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director General

International Federation of Film Producers Associations


Owner

Narval Media Limited


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BSAC | British Screen Advisory Council

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Our Staff

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About Us

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Mr. Bertrand Moullier, advises companies, governments, and nongovernmental organization


REPORT - Budapest Conference (2005)

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Bertrand Moullier, Director General, FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producers Associations) presented with great insight an interesting talk on the future development of film distribution (feature films) in Europe - the so called "release windows".
The pattern indicating a future weighing towards DVD rent / sales, digital streaming and Pay-TV, thus shorter periods of traditional theatrical distribution.


Welcome

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Bertrand Moullier.
Bertrand Moullier, advises companies, governments, and nongovernmental organization on competition strategies in the film and television industries through the London-based firm, Narval Media. Mr. Moullier is the former director general of the International Federation of Film Producers Association and he is a consultant regarding international affairs to the British Producers' Alliance for Cinema and Television. Mr. Moullier began his career in television journalism for French television first channel TF1, and subsequently moved to London in 1985. He was a senior researcher for the British commercial channel ITV until 1988, when he joined the independent television and film production sector. During those years, he was attended to a whole range of issues affecting the production business, with an emphasis on the roll out of new intellectual property legislation for the audiovisual content sector. Mr. Moullier joined the British Producers' Alliance for Cinema and Television at its inception in 1991, and he successively held the role of director of research and deputy chief executive. Mr. Moullier was involved with the alliance's main policy work, helping to bring about new tax incentives for inward investment in film and the channeling of National Lottery funds into indigenous production. Mr. Moullier was the organization's main representative in European and international affairs and was involved in EU discussions about the rental right and copyright directives. From 2002 to 2005 Mr. Moullier was director general of the International Federation of Film Producers Associations, which has members from Argentina, China, Egypt, India, Japan, and Korea as well as Europe and the United States. During his tenure there he primarily focused on World Intellectual Property Organization affairs, the fight against audiovisual piracy, and relationships with nascent audio-visual industries in the developing world.


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