PARIS IMAGES PRODUCTION FORUM
In ten years, the Paris Images Production Forum has become an essential meeting and exchange place for all professionals in the film and audiovisual production industry in France.
Associated with five other events within the framework of the Paris Images, the Paris Images Production Forum enables French and foreign professionals to forge strong links with regional and national players in the image industry.
The Paris Images Production Forum has been held at the Parc Floral de Paris since 2020 with three other Paris Images partners. Through workshops, conferences and highlights, the Paris Images Production Forum provides an opportunity to discuss the major challenges of the industry.
Promoting, supporting and co-building the film and audiovisual production chain are the three goals to which the Paris Images Production Forum is committed each year.
A brief history
Created in 2009 by Film Paris Region, the Paris Images Production Forum has evolved to meet the demands of professionals.
It has enabled hundreds of projects to be carried out thanks to the contact between location scouters and assistant directors and the French shooting locations.
Since 2019, this major event on the national scene has been open to the entire production chain of a work, integrating an international dimension in order to best support foreign productions in the realization of their projects on the territory.
TAKE PART OF THE 2021 EDITION!
The Paris Images Production Forum will be held this year from 25 to 29 January 2021 online.
Thanks to this virtual edition, exchange with hundreds of exhibitors from the Paris Region and attend our conferences:
26 January | 5-6 pm Paris Time - TBC
Studies Case "Emily in Paris"
26 January | 6-7 pm Paris Time
Paris region always and forever producing
When all countries are wondering how to cope with COVID-19, France has established a protocol all local professionals apply enabling productions to go on working. Learn how this applies to Paris region with international line producers. Shooting and producing shall go on where it was invented!