After the success of last year's edition, the Berlin-based Sino-European producers' association Bridging the Dragon and the Marché du Film, in partnership with the CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée), will present the 2nd edition of the Company Meetings between selected international and Chinese film producers. The initiative will take place on Friday, 19th May 2017 from 14:30 to 17:30 at the Gray d'Albion Beach, Espace CNC.
According to the last estimates by the CNC, admissions in film theatres reached 24.99 million in February 2017, and thus decreased compared to February 2016 (-3.8 %). Over the two first months of 2017, cinema admissions totalled 41.64 million (2.5 % less than over the two first months of 2016). Over the last 12 months, theater attendance reached 211.90 million, which represented a growth of 1.5% compared to the 12 months preceding February 2016.
Starting from the next edition, WEMW (January 22-24, 2017) will launch a new East & West double focus and will bring together over 350 film professionals from more than 30 countries and, in particular, from the 2017 spotlight territories: France and the Baltic Countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania). Producers from all European territories, Canada, USA and Latin America will be eligible to apply and WEMW will select 20 long feature fiction films or documentaries in development.
You are currently working on an exciting project and there is something French in the script: a key location, a city, a region, a character (fictional or real). Or you know that your director or one of your stars has a large following in France and you want to benefit from this notoriety.
The conference day was open to all Series Mania registered professionals, Industry and Co-production Forum.
For the second consecutive year, the Series Mania festival is organizing, in collaboration with the Centre National du Cinéma (CNC), the European TV Series Conference Day, a working session for industry professionals to debate the key issues around the development and financing of TV series in Europe.
Led by their respective Presidents, Mr Peter Dinges (FFA) and Mr Manoel Rangel (ANCINE), the EFADs (European Film Agency Directors) and the CACI (Conferencia de Autoridades Cinematográficas de Iberoamérica) delegations met in Toulouse during the 28th edition of Cinelatino Festival for two days of intensive talks. It was the first time that the two organizations took the opportunity to share views on issues of common interest.
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