The one-stop-shop for global film production!

The Producers Network is the go-to place for producers seeking to make the most out of their time in Cannes. Launched 15 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 Marché du Film was pleased to welcome the following partners in 2021:

Thursday 8 July | 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.

Friday 9 July | 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, alongside our pilot UK Global Screen Fund launched in April 2021.

Saturday 10 July | Estonian Film Institute, National Film Centre of Latvia and Lithuanian Film Centre (Baltic Focus):
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.

Sunday 11 July | Polish Film Institute (Poland):
Established in 2005, Polish Film Institute (PISF) is a funding body which supports film industry at all stages of film production and promotes Polish films to potential audiences in Poland and abroad. PISF supports films from concept to premiere with particular attention paid to international co-productions. Polish Film Institute is managing a 30% cash rebate scheme.

Monday 12 July | Roskino (Russia):
ROSKINO is a state body representing the Russian industry of audiovisual content on the international markets, a national operator for the promotion of films, series and animation as well as the coproduction opportunities within Russia. The company also organizes tailor-made educational programs for Russian talents. ROSKINO promotes Russian content at the key international markets.

The Producers Network events are intended for producers with at least one feature film with a commercial release within the past four years.



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