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The SOKO FILAM market is a place for content producers, distributors, broadcasters and aggregators to network, do business and connect. 
For three days at the Park Hyatt Zanzibar there will be an exhibition with stands and meeting spaces, and at the Maru Maru Hotel there will be a conference programme of panel discussions and presentations. 
It is free to participate as a delegate, and you and your team can sign up here: 
A host of top industry names and experts have already confirmed their attendance and participation at the event, including: ShowMax, iflix video on demand, Citizen TV, Clouds TV, The Kenya Film and Classification Board, Riverwood, Uganda Film Commission, the African Film Consortium, Trace Mziki, RongaTV and Aya Distribution (UK) Udada Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival, African Voices Dubbing Company, MychoiceTV, Tibaz Productions, and Ubongo Productions amongst others. 
Top international speakers will also be attending, including well respected film industry expert, author and founder of the Africa in Motion Film Festival, Lizelle Bisschoff, Mykel Parish, President of the African Film Consortium, Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, from the Kenya Film Classification Board, Judd Ehrlich, Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker, Priscilla Mlay, a filmmaker who has been working in the Tanzania film/TV industry since 2012, and Debra Zimmerman, the Executive Director of Women Make Movies, a non-profit NY based film organization that supports women filmmakers. CONFERENCE Panel discussions are free to attend and open to all REGISTERED SOKO FILAM DELEGATES. Registration MUST be one via the website: