Your screenings at the Marché du Film
With 33 theaters, the Marché du Film offers a wide choice of screening rooms ranging from 19 to 320 seats which are equipped with digital or video formats. Those screening rooms are based in 5 different locations very close to the Palais des Festivals.
CONDITIONS TO BOOK SCREENINGS
- Marché du Film screenings are only for companies registered at the Marché du Film.
- Only feature films will be accepted (Short films can register via Cannes Court Métrage
- The films completed before January 1st 2018 and those that have already been screened at the Marché du Film will not be accepted.
- Early February, screenings requests can be done online (via your account). They will be processed in the order of arrival.
PROMOTION OF YOUR FILMS
The detailed information on the films and the screening schedules are listed in the Pocket Guide, the Dailies, Cannes Market News and on Cinando.com.
Cannes Market News and Cinando.com. The schedule is forwarded every day to the international trades to be published in their daily editions (Le Film Français, Variety, Screen International, Hollywood Reporter, The Business of Film…). The films must be updated in your “Marché du Film” line-up on Cinando.com (in “My Data”) in order to have them listed in the Marché Guide.
Online catch-up screenings : after their screening at the Marché, your new films will enjoy additional visibility with buyers and festival programmers thanks to the Online Screening Room on Cinando.com. In early June a sales campaign will urge them to discover online the films they were unable to see in Cannes.
Summary of deadlines :
Cancellation of a screening without penalty (full refund) : Tuesday, April 9
Films in Selection: 85% of the screening fee will be reimbursed whether the slot has been reallocated or not : Thursday, May 2
Films not selected: 85% of the screening fee will be reimbursed only if the slot has been taken by another company : from Wednesday, April 10 to Thursday, April 25
Any cancelled screening will be invoiced in full after Friday, April 26
Update your Cinando’s line-up in order to have your films listed in the Guide : Tuesday, April 16
To confirm the screening schedule, the affectation of the films titles to your slots, and access restriction (Invitation Only, Priority Badges, Press allowed) in order to have your information listed in the Pocket Guide and on Cinando : Thursday, April 25
Your Delivery of screening material :
Delivery of DCPs, DKDMs (or KDMs) and Blu-Rays : Thursday, May 9
Dematerialized delivery : Thursday, May 9 (+ d’information disponible prochainement)
Delivery at the GARE MARITIME : From Monday, April 29 to Thursday, May 2
Delivery at the Marché stock film : Starts Thursday, May 2
Pickup of all material before the closing down of the Stock Films : Friday, April 24
The Marché du Film has 33 screening rooms located in the Palais, the Riviera and in the cinemas of Cannes (Olympia, Arcades and Gray d’Albion) .
The access to the rooms of the Marché du Film is reserved, by order of priority :
1 – To the Priority Badge holders (with a purple stripe)
2 – To the owners of another Marché Badge
3 – To the owners of an invitation that has been distributed by the Screenings Department of the Marché du Film and that has been delivered to the Company in Cannes linked with the screened film. No other invitation will be accepted.
The Festival badges and Day Pass holders can not attend the Marché screenings without an invitation emitted by the Marché.
The invitations distributed by the Screenings Department are not sufficient to enter the Palais or the Riviera/Lerins. A Marché Day Pass, valid from 1 to 3 days, can be bought to the Gare Maritime located near the Palais.
Journalists registered to the Festival can not attend to Marché screenings, unless there is a special request from the company that booked the screening.
Exclusive Technical Providers
The Marché du Film thanks all its exclusive technical providers for their continuous support.
For the 13th consecutive year, the Marché du Film has entrusted the magic of cinema to Christie. Being the only DCI digital cinema projection manufacturer in accordance to DCI recommendations and having a strong heritage in film cinema, Christie continues to lead innovation with with RGB laser, the world’s brightest projection and speaker systems (Vive Audio) to take advantage of DCI digital audio.
As a technical partner of the Film Market, Dolby is proud to offer its technical expertise in sound and digital cinema. Dolby is responsible for the sound quality of all the theatres used by the Film Market, including the Olympia 1 theatre now equipped with Dolby Atmos.
As a Technical Partner of the Marché du Film, Dolby offers engineering support, consultation and equipment-rental to help ensure screenings are to the highest technical standards. For further technical information on these services or to discuss larger or bespoke requirements, please contact Kelly Parsons by email at firstname.lastname@example.org