Discover the Marché du Film's programs

Open the doors to the global film industry!

As the top film business event in the world, the Marché du Film provides a diverse group of tailored programs dedicated to all sectors of the industry: co-production, docs, animation, genre films, XR, innovation and MORE!

Through these progams, market participants gain access to pitching sessions for film projects & works-in-progress, one-to-one meetings, workshops and other networking events to build new partnerships, find financing and discover today’s rising talents!


The Producers Network gathers more than 500 experienced producers through a series of breakfast meetings and exclusive networking events to boost co-production and collaboration.

Cannes Docs offers a dedicated venue and tailored program of events for all feature documentary film professionals, including the annual Doc Day, an exclusive daylong celebration of documentary cinema.

Goes to Cannes offers other renowned global festivals the opportunity to showcase their selection of original work-in-progress titles, presented by today’s rising talents looking for sales agents, distributors or festival selection.

Cannes Next is an innovation-driven platform exploring the future of the entertainment business through a tailor-made series of conferences, keynotes and interactive workshops with today’s key visionaries and game-changers.

Cannes XR is a networking platform gathering directors, studio executives and leading tech companies to discuss the role of XR technologies in film storytelling.

Cannes Makers is a new initiative, offering a 3-day training & mentoring program to help a selected group of young aspiring industry leaders explore the ins and outs of the global film industry.

Spot the Composer is a unique program designed to connect professional film composers with feature film directors & producers in Cannes to create harmonious collaborations.

impACT aims to spark dialogue about the topics shaping today’s cinema (diversity, inclusion, representation, sustainability and equity) through inspiring conferences and exclusive lab workshops for emerging producers.

Animation Day gathers the global animation filmmaking community in Cannes for a celebratory day packed with talks, panel discussions, screenings and networking events all dedicated to animation!

Co-Production Day (or Days) is organized for those looking for co-producers & financiers or to meet partnering co-production markets and representatives over our many co-pro-centric events: conference panels, pitching sessions, networking events — including the celebratory Co-Production Night!

Meet The Streamers offers an eclectic array of exclusive keynotes and conferences dedicated to streaming services, new strategies and the latest innovations from all over the world.

Fantastic 7, co-organized with Stiges Film Festival and international expert Bernardo Bergeret, presents 7 original genre works-in-progress (looking for sales agents, distributors or festival selections) selected by 7 top‑notch film festivals.

Frontières, co‑organized with Fantasia Film Festival, is the leading industry platform for genre film professionals looking to present their latest works-in-progress and find film financing and co-production opportunities.

Shoot The Book! is a collaborative initiative, co-organized with SCELF, to bring together French and European publishers with international producers seeking to adapt literary works for the big screen, all over a lively 2-day event in Cannes.

Festivals Hub is an exclusive program and venue, specifically designed to welcome and connect festival and market directors, programmers and industry leaders over a series of dedicated workshops, panels, networking events and more!

Bridging The Dragon, co-organized with the Sino-International Association, aims to promote international collaborations with Chinese film professionals through one-to-one meetings and other networking events and conferences.

Spotlight Asia is the Marché’s first intercontinental initiative aimed to foster more film collaborations between Asia and Europe. The new program will offer roundtable discussions, short presentations and networking events designed to build and boost industry networks and creative connections.