Welcome to meet Dramatify at the 68th International Film Festival and Marché du Film in Cannes!
With fellow Swede, the fantastic Ingrid Bergman, gracing this year’s official posters, Dramatify arrives to Cannes as “one of the most innovative companies in television and video technology right now” according to MIPTV in Cannes earlier this spring
This year our CEO and co-founder Annika Lidne will be based at the Scandinavian Terrace, International Village, Panitere 217, in the Old Harbour.
Have a look at our short video tour, and book a meeting with Annika Lidne for a personal meeting in Cannes, or just come by the Scandinavian terrace and say hi!
Dramatify is among the startup finalists to the MIPLab 2015 . As MIPmarkets write: “…five of the most innovative companies in TV & video technology today. Congratulations Dramatify, RightsTrade, Relevancy Data,Wildseed Studios and Wildmoka!”
We will pitch to a seasoned jury of television and online experts in Cannes April 13th. Hope to see you there!
More at MIP Market’s Facebook page.
With the new scene list and the new scene status, we give all Dramatify users complete overview over the script and the shooting status of all scenes.
From now on, users with admin rights can change the status of the scenes right in the call sheet, using any internet connected device.
When a scene is done, you simply change its status. If you’ve shot a scene that needs any kind of additional shots to be completed, you set the status to unfinished.
Scene list overview
In the new scene list (image at the top), you get an overview of the entire script. You can also filter all scenes to get lists on int/ext scenes, production days, progress status etc.
As soon as you change a scene status in the call sheet, the scene list is updated.
Dramatifying your production means staying on top of things!
Script breakdown is now added to Dramatify. It has developed out of, and far beyond, our previous annotate feature. Now you can breakdown your drama screenplay in one go, in one place, on the move and together with your team if you wish.
The script breakdown is completely integrated with both the screenplay and the planning. This means that if you need to rewrite or otherwise edit your screenplay, Dramatify’s breakdown and planning keeps pace with you.
New scenes you haven’t broken down yet are clearly marked, and you just adjust for your new material. There is no need to do your breakdown and scheduling all over again as in other solutions. Read more about how to use it in our FAQ article.
More to come
You find the new script Breakdown feature under Scenes in the right hand production menu. Why not label it “Breakdown” you might ask? Well, we will very soon add more features related to Scenes and Breakdown, so stay tuned!
Happy breaking down!
Next week we will be present at one of the nicest – in our opinion – film markets, the European Film Market held simultaneously as the Berlinale, the Berlin Film Festival.
We will demo some newly released stuff, so make sure you book a meeting with Annika. We will not have a stand this year, instead be floating between the Martin Groupus Bau and the Marriott. Contact Annika to book a meeting.
See you in Berlin the 6th to 12th February!
Next week the yearly film festival in Gothenburg kicks off, with the industry market beginning the week after.
We will attend the TV Drama Vision seminar and dinner on the 28th and 29th, and Nordic Film Market on the 30th and 31st.
We’d love to meet up with you and demo all the new exciting features of Dramatify (and we have new stuff not yet released!). Email Annika to set up a meeting!
Image of Feskekörka by Heather Cowper / Flickr (CC BY)