MIPTV 2019: Call for entries – Canada Pavilion

by pmnationtalk on January 11, 2019152 Views

Cannes, France, April 8 to 11, 2019

REGISTER TO THE CANADA PAVILION AND GET ONE FREE ACCREDITATION* UNTIL FEBRUARY 1st, 2019.

*OFFER TO FIRST TIMER PARTICIPANT AND COMPANIES TAKING THE TABLE OPTION. LIMITED QUANTITY
Telefilm Canada is currently accepting entries for the Canadian production and distribution companies wishing to join the Canada Pavilion and attend MIPTV 2019.

MIPTV is an international market dedicated to financing, co-production, acquisitions and sales of audiovisual content on all platforms. The meeting possibilities, visibility opportunities and range of distribution platforms make this event a must in the industry and one of the largest markets in the world!
Preceded by the MIPDOC and the MIPFORMATS, (April 6 to 7, 2019), MIPTVattracts annually more than 10 000 industry professionals from 100 countries.

For more information and to know how to register, please go to:
Information and Registration Procedure

Form
Submit and track your application online using eTelefilm.

Important Deadlines
• Registration – Canada Pavilion: Tuesday, February 19
• Accreditation – Early Bird Umbrella Rate: Friday, March 1
• Accreditation – Regular Umbrella Rate: From March 2
• Registration – MIPTV Guide: Tuesday, March 5

CANNESERIES & IN DEVELOPMENT
For a second year in a row, the Cannes International Series Festival, CANNESERIES, will take place during the MIPTV, from April 5 to 10, 2019.

Organised by MIPTV and CANNESERIES, In Development  (The Cannes Drama Creative Forum) will be held from April 8 and 10, 2019.

*Please note, free access to In Development and  to Canneseries screenings is included with your MIPTV registration (Registration  to the events is required)

Contact

Kate Maurice
kate.maurice@telefilm.ca
1 800 567 0890 | 438-469-1217

Industry Promotion
Telefilm Canada, Montréal
info@telefilm.ca
1-800-567-0890

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