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Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes


Why attend ?

Take part in the most iconic film industry event of the year! Discover and attend exclusive film screenings, grow your network by connecting with people, and get inspired as you share industry trends with other professionals. The Marché du Film is the place to be for professionals of the film industry from producers to distributors, buyers and more.

 

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20 May 2022

EUROPEAN FILM FORUM

Fostering Europe’s cultural autonomy through investment and IP exploitation: MediaInvest

14.30 - 16.30 Press conference room – Palais des Festivals

A session for investors and fund managers interested in the great potential of European productions, Intellectual Property rights exploitation, and distribution on EU and international markets, as well as producers and distributors eager to boost their production and distribution capacities through equity investment.

Follow the session online and view the full agenda

Please note that the Creative Europe MEDIA pavilion will be closed from 16.00 on Friday 20 May 2022 for a private event organised by the European Commission.

22 May 2022

SHOW ME THE CREW!

Crew United

15.00 – 15.45 Village International, Pavilion 120

Crew United is the first ever online network for all people and companies involved in the audiovisual industry and their works. With comprehensive, up-to-date and transparent information and innovative tools they enable networking of all industry players.

Crew United develops national networks that take into account each country's identity, language, film culture and structures, and join them to a common European network that encourages collaboration between the countries, and the European film identity within and outside Europe.

Speaker: Sonia Hausséguy

A NEW ERA: HOW TO STRENGTHEN EU FILMS FESTIVALS WORLDWIDE ?

Cineuropa, Goethe Institut, Institut Français

17.00 – 18.00 Village International, Pavilion 120

Film festivals and movie theatres are not just about bringing people together. They offer the unique experience of sharing the art of cinema. After the pandemic, film festival curators are redefining the film festival.

The European Union supports more than 100 EU Film Festivals around the world – in different countries, societies, and contexts. Over the last three years, they have attracted more than 1 million spectators to EU film festivals. How are these film festivals evolving after the pandemic? How does the audience respond to European films? What side events are of interest to professionals and impactful in societies in third countries?

In this session, discover how EU Film Festivals help bring European cinema to audiences worldwide, experience intercultural connections and promote respect for diversity.

23 May 2022

A SEASON OF CLASSIC FILMS – LAUNCH EVENT

Association des Cinémathèques Européennes (ACE)

15.00 – 17.00 Village International, Pavilion 120

ACE organises this event to launch the 2022 edition of ‘A Season of Classic Films,’ a series of free screenings to attract young audiences to Europe’s shared cinematic cultural heritage.

The programme raises awareness of the work of European film archives, connecting the public with cinema history and the significance of film preservation.

This session will showcase the list of films to be screened between June and December 2022 across European cinematheques and online. A Season of Classic Films is organised by ACE with the support of EU Creative Europe MEDIA.

Learn more

Moderator:

  • Paulina Reizi (Eye Filmmuseum, Coordinator of A Season of Classic Films)

Speakers:

  • Sandra den Hamer (President of ACE and director of Eye Filmmuseum)
  • Sergei Loznitsa (Filmmaker)
  • Claudia Tronnier (Director of the Cinema-Fiction Department at ARTE)
  • Jay Weissberg (Director of the Pordenone Silent Film Festival)

24 May 2022

ACP EU CULTURE PROGRAMME – COMPONENT OUICOPROD, THE COPRODUCTION PLATFORM FOR AFRICA-CARIBBEAN-PACIFIC (ACP COUNTRIES)

OIF (Organisation internationale de la Francophonie), EU, OACPS

11.30 – 12.30 Village International, Pavilion 120

OIF (Organisation international de la Francophonie) will present OuiCoprod, the coproduction platform for Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP countries). OuiCoprod showcases a selection of 70 ACP works-in-progress, looking for financial partners & distribution.

The 70 films and series on OuiCoprod were carefully selected and pre-financed by the Francophonie Film Fund (OIF), its 8 African partner film funds and other selected partners such as La Fabrique de Cinéma (Cannes), Final Cut (Venice), Durban Filmart (S. Africa), Fespaco (Burkina Faso).

Speakers:

  • Enrico Chiesa (OIF)
  • Isabelle Fauvel (INITIATIVE FILM)
  • GianGiuseppe Simeone (ACP-EU Culture)



Creative Europe MEDIA stand supports business-to-business exchanges and networking activities for professionals at major industry events. Four such events will take place during Cannes 2022. While we are pleased to provide the setting, MEDIA is not involved in the content preparation. As such, the views and opinions expressed are those of the speakers and do not reflect or represent the official policy or position of Creative Europe MEDIA or DG CNECT.

IMPORTANT Please note that due to a European Commission private event, the European Pavilion will not be accessible on Friday 20 May from 4pm.

Festival International du Film – Village International/Riviera
Pavilion number 120 – European Union

Plan du marché du film de Cannes

The European Pavilion (120): Services and Facilities

OPENING HOURS
From 9 am to 7 pm, except on Wednesday, May 25, when the Pavilion closes at noon. You will have to clear all your materials from the pavilion by that time.

Layout and facilities

The EU Pavilion offers the following services and facilities to European independents who have registered via media-stands.eu.

RECEPTION-INFORMATION AREA
– where you check for messages;
– where we post special announcements;
– where you can consult a ‘who’s who’ console with information on all the participants;
– where after “checking-in”, you receive your MEDIA lanyard identifying you as a participant with access to all services and facilities (please wear it at all times).

SEATING AREA, PRIVATE BAR & TERRACE
– where you can hold your meetings;
– where you can enjoy snacks and free hot and soft drinks with your contacts;
– where we organise our daily Happy Hour from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.

*It is not allowed to bring food into the stand other than the one from our private bar. *

WI-FI
There is free wi-fi in the Pavilion. Ask for the password at the Reception Desk. Please do not share it with others.

*Wifi is available throughout the Palais*:
-Free for Marché and Press badge-holders with their badge code.
-Payable online through Palais des Festivals Wifi (15EUR/day; 95EUR/12 days).

STORAGE ROOM

– where you may store [a limited amount of] your material.
We cannot accept any liability for damage or theft, so please keep your valuables with you at all times! The storage room opens from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

MEDIA Sales Corner (Riviera Hall G12)

There is a Creative Europe MEDIA area in the Riviera Hall (Riviera G12) for the sales companies.
This has tables and chairs reserved for Creative Europe MEDIA participants (sales companies).
A hostess takes messages and schedules meetings.

OPENING HOURS
From 9 am to 6 pm, except on Wednesday, May 25 when the Media Sales Corner closes at noon.

Registration

STEP 01
On arrival in Cannes, pick up your badge at the Registration desk at the Gare Maritime (located to the right of the Casino Croisette) or at the dispensers at La Pantiero. Badges will be available for collection from 16 May. You will have to present your accreditation confirmation and an ID card in order to retrieve your badge.

Opening hours
From 16 to 17 May: 8 am to 8 pm;
From 18 to 27 May: 9 am to 6 pm.

Your Market Badge gives you access to the Riviera Hall, and all Market Events, Screenings and conferences. Subject to availability you can request invitations to Festival screenings via the online system. You will be given details of this when you pick up your badge. Your badge also gives you access to events organised in the Palais des Festivals.

STEP 02
Come to the reception desk of the European Pavilion [no. 120] in the International Village [behind the Riviera Hall on the seafront side of the Palais; see map above]. You will receive a lanyard for your badge. This identifies you as a participant of the Creative Europe MEDIA Umbrella Stand with access to the services and facilities of the Pavilion (please wear it at all times).

Other services

Access to Screenings of the Official Competition
With your Market badge you may obtain tickets, on the usual terms and according to availability.

*Dinner jacket or evening dress are compulsory for the 2 evening gala screenings of the Official Competition taking part at the Grand Théâtre Lumière.

*In the absence of this, you may wear a cocktail dress, a dark trouser suit, a dressy top with black trousers, a “little black dress”, a black or midnight blue suit with a bow tie. Elegant shoes, with or without heels, are required (no trainers).

Cannes Docs
The Marché du Film has created a dedicated space for documentary film, which allows buyers and programmers priority access to a digital video library including all documentaries presented in Cannes.

https://www.marchedufilm.com/fr/programs/cannes-docs/

www.marchedufilm.com
official website of the Marché du Film, for news and practical information on the market.

www.cinando.com
up-to-date information about Marché du Film companies, people, films and projects, to find your contacts, organise your appointments and maximise the visibility of all of your information.

www.festival-cannes.com
a detailed description of the Festival and associated events and contains archive material on past festivals.

Shipping your materials

If you intend to send material directly to the stand, it is strongly advised that you use an officially accredited freight agent, e.g.:

MARTINI TECHNOTRANS S.A.
8, rue Notre-Dame
F-06400 CANNES (France)
T +33 4 92 59 27 27
info@martinitechnotrans.fr

Mailing address
Festival International du Film – Village International
Pavilion 120– European Union [+ your company name]Esplanade Georges Pompidou
F-06400 CANNES (France)

Getting there

Arriving in Cannes

NICE AIRPORT

Bus
Getting to Cannes from Nice airport Terminal 2: Bus Line 210
Reaches the Cannes SNCF train station (7 min walk from the Palais) in 45 minutes
First ride 8;05 am – last 8:05 pm)
One way: EUR 22
Return: EUR 33

Tickets available at the counters at the airport bus terminal and online

www.niceairportxpress.com/

Taxi

Central Taxi Riviera Nice
+33 04 93 13 78 78)

Ca. EUR 80 one-way (6am to 7pm) + EUR 3 as night fare is applied
Ca. EUR 80 one-way (7pm to 7am)

Only payment by cash

Located at
Gate A1 (Terminal 1)
Gate A3 (Terminal 2)

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