The daily “Festival Highlight Hour” is outlook, review, summary and entertainment at the same time. Every day Charles Landry and Astrid Frohloff will present the Festival Highlight Hour to the international audience: They will present what the next 24 festival hours have to offer: Which sessions are up next and which are absolutely worthwhile to attend? What’s in there for you? They will look back on the previous day’s sessions, compile the highlights and engage in conversations with creative bureaucrats and partners, present the best that pop culture has to offer in terms of bureaucracy, and make sure that we all not only have great insights at the festival, but also have some fun.The first 30 minutes are dedicated to the international programme and will be held in English. The second half is then devoted specifically to the programme and partners in German language.All in all: No matter where or how: You should not miss this hour!With Astrid Frohloff and Charles Landry
TV Moderator & Journalist
Astrid Frohloff is a familiar face on German Television. The ARD journalist has been moderating many popular TV shows, talks and magazines in German TV, amongst others the well-known political TV magazine “Kontraste”/ ARD. She lived as a correspondent in Jerusalem, where she set up a television studio and reported from the Middle East. She also has been contributing her journalistic expertise to business and politics for many years. As an experienced moderator and consultant, Astrid Frohloff accompanies international high-level conferences. Her portfolio includes concept development and curating of event formats as well as media training and business coaching. Her clients include the Office of the Federal President, federal ministries, associations and companies.
President / Creative Bureaucracy Festival
Charles Landry works with cities around the world to help them make the most of their potential and facilitates complex urban change projects. His aim is to connect the triad culture, creativity and city making. He is co-founder of the Creative Bureaucracy Festival.
He has published extensively – most recently The Civic City in a Nomadic World, The Creative Bureaucracy (with Margie Caust), An Advanced Introduction to the Creative City, Psychology & the City (with Chris Murray) and The Digitized City. You can download these books as PDF files via Charles’ website: www.charleslandry.com