The Producers Network is the go-to place for producers seeking to make the most out of their time in Cannes. Launched 16 years ago, the Producers Network welcomes more than 500 producers from all around the world for a series of meetings and unique events specifically designed to create opportunities to build your peer network and get international co-production projects off the ground.
The one-stop-shop for global film production!
PRESENTING PARTNERS 2022
Sami Film Institute | Thursday 19 May International Sami Film Institute is expert on Sami storytelling, and through stories and films, fight for the survival of the Sami culture, values, and languages. ISFI aims to build a sustainable and innovative industry that is globally visible and attractive. Arctic Indigenous Film Fund aims to promote high-quality Arctic Indigenous Peoples film projects and co-productions that enhance indigenous peoples´ culture, language and societies.
ICAA/ICEX | Friday 20 May ICEX (España Exportación e Inversiones) is a public business entity whose main purpose is to promote the internationalization of the Spanish economy and companies and to improve their competitiveness, as well as attracting and promoting foreign investment in Spain. In this context ICEX is supporting the film industry including content and co-production. As for ICAA (Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales), is an independent body ascribed to the Secretary of State for Culture, which programmes policies to support the film industry and audiovisual production.
The Ukrainian Institute | Saturday 21 May The Ukrainian Institute is a public institution affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. Its mission is to strengthen Ukraine's international standing through the means of cultural diplomacy. The Institute facilitates international connections between people and institutions and creates opportunities for Ukraine to interact and cooperate with the world.
Baltic Focus: The Estonian Film Institute, National Film Centre of Latvia, Lithuanian Film Centre | Sunday 22 May The Estonian Film Institute, National Film Centre of Latvia and Lithuanian Film Centre are institutions implementing national policy in the field of cinema, as well as administering governmental financial support to the film industries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Their main functions are to support film production, promote national films domestically and abroad, secure and distribute national film heritage, and develop international contacts. The three bodies are also responsible for cash rebate and tax incentives in their respective countries.
The Film Development Council of the Philippines | Monday 23 May The Film Development Council of the Philippines is the national agency that implements policies and programs for the economic, cultural, and educational development of the Philippine film industry. Its programs, FilmPhilippines and UniPhilippines, provide rebates and funding for location filming or co-prod with the Philippines, and promotes the distribution of Filipino films locally and globally.
Registration is restricted to producers whose main activity is production and who have produced within the last four years at least one feature-length film commercially released in a theater or commercially distributed on global video streaming platforms.
Screenings during festivals will not be accepted as commercial distribution.
These professionals must provide proof of personal credits as a film producer (and not only their companies). Official documents may be required as proof to complete the request.