- Producers under the Spotlight: schedule a video meeting with a producer selected by our partners!
In 2020, the Marché du Film Online is pleased to welcome the following partners:
– British Film Institute (United Kingdom):
The BFI is the UK’s lead organisation for film and the moving image. As a distributor of National Lottery funding and a cultural charity we work with Government and industry to make the UK a creatively exciting and prosperous place to make and enjoy film. Our International Fund supports UK film exports, co-production and cultural exchange.
– Cinema Chile (Chile):
CinemaChile is a public-private agency responsible for the promotion and diffusion of Chilean audiovisual productions throughout the world. It was created in 2009 by Chile’s Film and TV Producers Association (APCT) and ProChile, under the “Sectorial Brands” program. Is an active office that facilitates the exporting and internationalization of film and every format of audiovisual production.
– Dirección del Cine y Audiovisual Nacional – ICAU (Uruguay):
ICAU is the public institution in charge of designing national policies in the audiovisual sector in Uruguay. Since its foundation in 2008 it has designed its strategy working jointly with the public and private sector, combining direct and indirect domestic and international mechanisms that contribute to the development of cinema culture
– National Film Center of Latvia (Latvia):
National Film Centre is the governmental organisation which implements the national policy in the film industry and administer the funds from the State budget intended for film industry.
– Ukrainian Film Institute (Ukraine):
The Ukrainian Institute is a public institution affiliated to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine that promotes Ukrainian culture internationally. It facilitates international connections between people and institutions by means of cultural diplomacy, and creates opportunities for Ukraine to interact and cooperate with the rest of the world.
- Breakfast Meetings: every morning from 22 to 26 June, you’ll be able to interact with Moderators and Guests of Honor who will share their valuable insight on today’s film industry.
The Producers Network events are intended for producers with at least one feature film with a commercial release within the past three years.