CNC booth at Mifa
Booth n° F33 – ground level, Hall F
Tuesday June 13 – Thursday June 15: 9.00am – 7.00pm Friday
June 16: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Conference - France 2030: French Studios Set Out to Conquer the World
5.15pm - 6.15pm
Location: Impérial Palace, Salon Verdi CNC
In French / English
The French Minister of Culture has announced the 12 animation studios and 16 digital training organizations that have won the "Grande fabrique de l'image" call for projects under the France 2030 plan. They benefit from exceptional support aimed at increasing their production capacity, investing in innovation and committing to an ambitious trajectory of decarbonization and inclusion.
- Jacques Bled, President (Illumination studio Paris), member of the "La Grande Fabrique de l'image" commission
- Jim Capobianco, director of The Inventor (Foliascope), Oscar-nominated for Ratatouille
- Corinne Kouper, producer (Teamto) and initiator of the ECAS (Ecole Cartoucherie Animation Solidaire) project
- Hanna Mouchez, producer (Miam! Animation)
- Marc du Pontavice, President (Xilam Animation)
Moderator: Benjamin Croll, journalist, Variety
Projects that benefitted from the TRIP
Discover the projects that benefitted from the Tax Rebate for international Production presented during the festival!
Film France-CNC, the one-stop shop for producing in France
Film France-CNC, the French film commission, department of the CNC (the French National Centre of Cinema), welcomes foreign projects that come to France to make animation works, notably through the TRIP (Tax Rebate for International Production). Film France is also the gateway to find the right animation studio and talents in France.
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