Taking place tomorrow [Feb 12], the day will see two panel discussions and the presentation of the IMCINE Award.
The World Cinema Fund (WCF) has unveiled the schedule for their WCF Day, taking place tomorrow [Feb 12] at the Filmhaus Berlin.
Festival director Dieter Kosslick and WCF project managers Sonha Heinen and Vincenzo Bugno [pictured] will open the day, before the presentation of the IMCINE Award by Jorge Sánchez, director of the Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía.
The IMCINE Award is awarded to all Mexican films that receive funding from the WCF in the next three years.
Two panel discussions will also take place: Argentian Cinema of the 21st Century, with participants including Celina Murga and Peter Rommel, and History and Innovation Fit Together, with participants include Lorna Tee and Viola Shafik.
Bugno will moderate both panels.