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Marché du Film

22-26 June 2020

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The Marché du Film Online wrapped up on Friday 26 June after 5 full days packed with no fewer than 200 conferences. Experience and learning shared all together live are now available for replay. Throughout the summer you can dip into our conferences about diversity, new technologies, virtual reality or co-production. Until we can toast again in Cannes, stay safe, take care and vive le cinéma!

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Catch-up on the films you missed during the Marché du Film Online on Cinando and keep the buzz going!

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Browse through the best of almost 100 Marché du Film Online panels, conferences and concerts available for replay! Click on the link below and choose "all" from the schedule on the left.

CONFERENCE REPLAYS HERE

 

Or enjoy our featured events below:

Meet & Listen...

Meet & Listen Spot the Composer concerts provided music lovers with opportunities to enjoy online live shows from world-renowned composers

Doc Day Online

A conversation between Congolese director Dieudo Hamadi (Downstream to Kinshasa (En route pour le milliard)) and Publication Director of AWOTELE, a PanAfrican Film Critic Magazine Claire Diao.

Adapting Your Work For An At-Home Audience

The pandemic has paused the Location-Based distribution that many XR creators count on for audience cultivation. Panel held as part of Cannes XR.

Creating the new normal: intersectionality in the film industry

The panel discusses paths toward an inclusive future for the film industry, where the creativity and business acumen of all its stakeholders is fully realized, without prejudice and bias.

Meet the Streamers: Meet with HBO Max - Sandra Dewey

Keynote conversation about launching HBO Max during an unprecedented time, navigating the evolving streaming landscape and the importance of cultivating and nurturing underrepresented talent.

Meet with: NEON - Tom Quinn & Elissa Federoff

A conversation about growing the business, lessons learned, building out a diverse team and slate of films while running a progressive company in a time of political upheaval and a global pandemic.

What is cinema in a post-pandemic world?

With the accelerated growth of streaming services and absence of cinemas for months, consumer habits and expectations have changed. The halting of production and cancelled festivals has also allowed filmmakers to reflect on new ideas. What will cinema look like in the future and how will it be watched? A conversation between Efe Cakarel and Pablo Larraín ⁠Keynote

Global Deal Making

We know it is not easy to get financing for independent films. Over the past decades, John Sloss has succeeded. A key player for indie filmmakers. He's an entertainment lawyer, a talent manager, a film sales agent and a producer of films including Boys Don't Cry, Boyhood. He will be in conversation with Rosa Bosch, providing a unique insight into his ability to be both a great deal maker and nurture enviable long term artistic and business relationships.

Meet the Streamers: Independent Streamers reply to a crisis

The COVID Pandemic has impacted the film and media industry. However, independent digital initiatives have rapidly bloomed across the world not only to deliver precious films to a stranded audience, but also to support local cinemas, distributors and producers through a range of innovative ideas. Panel about the projects launched by Filmin (Spain), Kino Now / Kino Marquee (USA) and Draken Film (Sweden) to reply to this emergency.

China Next

Renowned representatives of the Chinese film companies / studios and European producers / film funds share their views on the prospects and challenges of film production. The first panel tackled How to resume film production? Prospects and challenges. The second panel broached The impact on distribution. What will change?

 
 
 

 


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