Markets

Marchè Du Film

Marchè Du Film

Consolidated since its inception in 1959, Marchè Du Film has become an integral part of the Cannes Film Festival that takes place every year in May, in the beautiful French town of the same name. Today, it is considered an international, multimillion-dollar budget event with over 10,000 participants, coming from 100 different and representative countries, where 4,000 films are presented and 1,500 projections scrutinised. Meeting point for producers seeking to promote their own works and distributors in search of striking box office hits, Marchè du Film celebrates the widespread distribution of the film industry around the world every year.

Venice Film Market

Venice Film Market

The Venice Film Market is a new element on the national scene. Born in 2012, it is held between the months of August and September, soon to become a distribution platform with enormous potential. The Venice Film Market offers a broad spectrum of opportunities, from the Digital Video Library to the Industry Business Centre, facilitating also meetings amongst producers, buyers and international sellers, through the prestigious Industry Club.

The Business Street

The Business Street

International market model arrived in Italy, the activity connected to the Rome International Film Festival, the so-called The Business Street, has consolidated over time, becoming a worldwide platform for film marketing and distribution. Held in the suggestive Via Veneto location, The Business Street favours exchange and networking for all industry professionals through numerous meetings and projections.

European Film Market

European Film Market

Born in 1950, the Berlin International Film Festival is a meeting point for thousands of film professionals. In that context, the European Film Market is a key event in the international film industry. Producers, distributors, lenders and the most significant representatives of the Home Video and New Media platforms pay the event a visit to discuss innovative market trends and latest productions, formalising the acquisition of commercial rights for films of their own interest.

Mipcom

Mipcom

MIPCOM, the world’s entertainment content market, is held annually in the French town of Cannes, in the month of October, offering four days of meetings, screenings and conferences. Its main activity is to buy, sell and view television formats and programmes. It boasts the participation, inter alia, of distributors, sales agents, producers, broadcasting groups and representatives of digital platforms.

Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival

The Toronto International Film Festival, which takes place in the Canadian city of Toronto every year in September, has become, over time, one of the most important film markets at a global level. Besides the film festival, which includes both Canadian and international movies, TIFF provides producers from all over the world with the chance of promoting their films and of marketing them, meeting sales agents and many other members of movie industry.

American Film Market

American Film Market

Among the world’s most relevant markets, we find the American Film Market, which is held since 1981 every year in California. It represents one of the major opportunities for selling and purchasing film distribution rights. The films projected in special digital rooms, from the future release blockbusters to the most sought-after films, attract annually over 8,000 people connected to the international film industry, coming from over 70 countries of the world, as well as thousands of potential buyers.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

The Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART), which is held every year in the month of March in the Chinese city of Hong Kong, is the most important audiovisual market in the Eastern countries. Its main goal is to enhance the role of Hong Kong in Chinese and international movie industry, through the interaction with participants coming from all over the world and involved, most of all, in activities of distribution, production and acquisition of film and TV programmes.