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Highlights of Cannes 2020 with Film Paris Region

Monday 8 June 2020

Film Paris Region, hosted under the umbrella of Film France, National Film Commission,  will be at your disposal during all the market Film Festival to answer your questions about filming conditions in the Paris region, available subsidies and resources to help you build your film or audiovisual projects in the region.

 Film Paris Region will also be present on several highlights during the festival - Join us !

 

22 juin 11h-12h | BRING YOUR NEXT PRODUCTION TO PARIS REGION!
Conference in English

 

Film Paris Region is running an online conference for all accredited professionals. Moderated by Stéphane Martinet, head of international promotion at Film Paris Region, two major topics will support it. A Q&A will close the session :


Paris Region a land of attraction for film productions

The high concentration of studios, internationally renowned companies and qualified professionals dedicated to production and post-production in Paris Region, combined with the wide variety of landscapes and locations available, make it one of the most attractive destinations in Europe. Remi Bergues, Director of Film Paris Region, will be presenting the assets of the leading region for filming in France.

 

Paris Region 30% New Incentive to Boost International Co-productions

Recently updated, the Paris Region Film and Audiovisual Support Fund encourages foreign co-productions even more. Mélaine THOMANN-FOX, Audiovisual Project Manager at the Paris Region Film and Audiovisual Department, presents the new features of the scheme.

 

June 25 - 11:00 am | GREENSCREEN

The European Green Screen Project, funded by Interreg Europe and of Which Film Paris Region is a partner, proposes a Round Table coordinated by the Slovak Film Commission: The futur is Green, an European partnership.

Among the topics discussed were:

  • First conclusions of the "Carbon Assesment" study

  • Eureca pilot project (test for a European ECU model)

  • Presentation of the work on eco-responsible innovations

Contributors : Daniela Kirchner, deputy director of Film London, Tim Wagendrop, head of CSR at VAF, Zuzsana Bielovika, director of the Slovak Film Commission, and Joanna Gallardo, head of institutional relations at Film Paris Region and member of Ecoprod.

 

25-26 juin | SHOOT THE BOOK!

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Our partner SHOOT THE BOOK! will offer two days of virtual meetings:

25 JUIN

From 10.30 to 11.30 am : 9 works selected this year by a jury of cinema and publishing professionals will be presented to foreign producers.

The producers will be able to meet the publishers of these books that are candidates for adaptation on the afternoon of the 25th by appointment.

26 JUIN

From 2:00 to 3:00 pm: Attend a conference on the theme of film adaptation hosted by Ben Croll of Variety and with producer Ed Guiney.

 

At the same time, SHOOT THE BOOK! publishes a virtual catalogue allowing you to discover a selection of complementary books whose stories, according to their publishers, are particularly suitable for adaptation on the small or large screen.


Discover inspiring stories for your next projects in the Paris Region:

 

La Toile du Monde by Antonin Varenne: The extraordinary story of a New York journalist lost in Paris during the 1900 Universal Exhibition.

Protocole Gouvernante by Guillaume Lavenant : In a suburban suburb, a revolt is brewing, hidden under the polished exterior of a chambermaid...

L'Ange et le violoncelle by Claire Renaud: Gare de l'Est, in Paris. The life of Joseph, a lost and found employee, is turned upside down one evening when he discovers an abandoned baby on a train.

Grand nu orange by Nathalie Campix: a poetic book about Nicolas de Stael's love affair with Jeanne Mathieu, with whom he will live, at the beginning of their relationship, in Parisian hotels, at 147 ter, rue d'Alésia, then at 124, rue du Cherche-Midi.

Find all the details on the Shoot the Book! page.