Festivals

and events.

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most prestigious events.

2021

Founded in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival is held in May in Cannes, France. Cannes Marché du Film is ranks as the world’s biggest film market. Each year, the Marché du Film opens its doors to bring the industry professionals from around the world together. Renowned as the most influential film industry hub, It’s the place to make deals, share views and to see projects forge ahead.

 

Founded in 1989, Sunny side of the Doc is held in June in La Rochelle, France. Sunny Side of the Doc brings together broadcasters, decision makers, financiers, distributors, content creators and producers worldwide to buy or sell projects and programs, and to find coproduction partners.

 

Founded in 1986, the International Animation Film Festival takes place in June, in Annecy, France. MIFA is the animation industry’s foremost showcase for co-producing, purchasing, selling, financing and distributing animation content for all broadcasting platforms.

 

Founded in 1964, the Global TV and Digital Content Market (MIPTV) takes place in April in Cannes, France. The MIPTV is the longest-running international television content market. Each spring, leading TV players worldwide come together to boost their business. Get ready to mingle with executives across the entire TV production and distribution chain from all genres.

Founded in 1951, the Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale, takes place each February in Berlin, Germany. The European Film Market is one of the top three meeting places for the international film and media industries. Its close ties with the Berlinale public film festival, and its position at the heart of Berlin’s vivid creative economy make it one not to miss.

Founded in 1982, the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival is today the most important world film event devoted to short films. In terms of audience and professional presence, it is the second film festival in France after Cannes.

 

Founded in 1978, the Sundance Film Festival, a program of the Sundance Institute, is a film festival that takes place annually in January, in Park City, USA. It reunites over 45,000 artists, making it the largest film festival in the United States.

 

2020

Founded in 1985, MIPCOM is the world’s largest entertainment content market. Every October, the global media and entertainment industry converges in Cannes to turn every moment into an opportunity, proposing four days of exchange and networking, meetings, screenings and conferences.

Founded in 1949, Frankfurt Book Fair (Frankfurter Buchmesse) is the largest book fair in the world. Once a year, experts from global publishing meet partners from the technology industry and related creative industries such as film and games.

Founded in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) takes place each September in Toronto, Canada. The People’s Choice Award is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1986, the International Animation Film Festival takes place in June, in Annecy, France. It presents annually a selection of approximately 200 films and reunites over 10,000 professionals across the world. The Market (Mifa) hosts more than 660 international exhibitors. 

Founded in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival is held in May in Cannes, France. Some 20 films are in competition at this event each year. The Palme d’Or is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1989, Sunny side of the Doc is held in June in La Rochelle, France. This annual festival creates unique opportunities for over 2,000 professionals from 60 countries to follow the latest industry trends.

Founded in 1964, the Global TV and Digital Content Market (MIPTV) takes place in April in Cannes, France. It brings together over 10,000 participants each year.

Founded in 1951, the Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale, takes place each February in Berlin, Germany. The Golden Bear is the main award given by this festival.

Renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event, the conference welcomed more than 2,000 attendees from 50-plus countries in 2019.

Founded in 1978, the Sundance Film Festival, a program of the Sundance Institute, is a film festival that takes place annually in January, in Park City, USA. It reunites over 45,000 artists, making it the largest film festival in the United States.

2019

Founded in 1952, the San Sebastián International Film Festival (SSIFF) takes place each year in September in the basque country, in Spain. The Golden Shell (Concha de Oro) is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) takes place each September in Toronto, Canada. The People’s Choice Award is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1989, Sunny side of the Doc is held in June in La Rochelle, France. This annual festival creates unique opportunities for over 2,000 professionals from 60 countries to follow the latest industry trends.

Founded in 1986, the International Animation Film Festival takes place in June, in Annecy, France. It presents annually a selection of approximately 200 films and reunites over 10,000 professionals across the world. The Market (Mifa) hosts more than 660 international exhibitors. 

Founded in 1946, the Cannes Film Festival is held in May in Cannes, France. Some 20 films are in competition at this event each year. The Palme d’Or is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1964, the Global TV and Digital Content Market (MIPTV) takes place in April in Cannes, France. It brings together over 10,000 participants each year.

Founded in 1987, South by Southwest (SXSW) is one of the largest creative gatherings in the world, featuring music and film festivals, conferences on a wide range of topics and exhibitions. The SXSW Film Festival is held annually in March in Austin, USA. The Grand Jury Prize is the biggest honour to be awarded at the festival.

Founded in 1951, the Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale, takes place each February in Berlin, Germany. The Golden Bear is the main award given by this festival.

Founded in 1978, the Sundance Film Festival, a program of the Sundance Institute, is a film festival that takes place annually in January, in Park City, USA. It reunites over 45,000 artists, making it the largest film festival in the United States.

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