MARKETS AND FESTIVALS
To continuously promote Filipino films internationally and support filmmakers in their festival screenings and market ventures, FDCP implements programs and support mechanisms for delegates invited and selected in these prestigious platforms. FDCP also regularly participates and brings together a delegation of filmmakers, producers, and artists in international film markets to meet and network with international partners, funders, distributors, sales agents, and film festival programmers for the development, distribution, and acquisition of their projects and films.
European Film Market / Berlinale
Berlin, Germany | www.efm-berlinale.de
The European Film Market is one of the top three meeting places of the international film and media industries. Its close links with the Berlinale as a public film festival, and its position at the heart of Berlin’s vivid creative economy, are defining characteristics of the Berlinale’s film market. Yet the EFM is more than just an agile marketplace for trading film and audiovisual content – it has also positioned itself as a platform for innovation and change.
Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART)
Wan Chai, Hong Kong | www.event.hktdc.com
The Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) is the largest marketplace in Asia for the entertainment industry, covering various aspects along the value chain which include TV, digital entertainment, documentary, distribution, production, post-production, shooting locations, film & broadcasting equipment, film financing, etc. Internationally renowned producers, distributors, investors and professionals use FILMART to launch promotions, network with key industry players and negotiate deals.
Marche Du Film / Cannes Film Festival
Cannes, France | www.festival-cannes.com
The Cannes Film Festival, along with its film market counterpart, Marché Du Film, is considered the biggest international film festival and marketplace in the world where a large majority of film business deals are transacted the discussed.
Marche International Du Film D' Animation (MIFA)
Annecy, France | www.annecy.org
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market is the world's biggest festival dedicated to animation. Similar to the Cannes Film Festival, there is a film component – which includes film screenings, conferences and various events – and a business component called the International Market of Animated Film or the MIFA.
Asian Contents & Film Market / Busan International Film Festival
Busan, South Korea | www.acfm.kr
Asian Contents and Film Market (ACFM) is the new name of the Asian Film Market, the market that runs alongside the Busan International Film Festival. It serves as a total film market covering all stages of the film industry from pre-production to film sales.
American Film Market
Santa Monica, USA | www.americanfilmmarket.com
The American Film Market (AFM) is a marketplace where production and distribution deals are closed. More than USD 1 billion in deals are sealed every year — on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production. Over 7,000 industry professionals from more than 70 countries converge in Santa Monica every November.
FOCUS - London
London, United Kingdom | www.tlgfocus.com
Focus London is a venue for film commissions, agencies, locations providers and a wide range of production services from over sixty (60) countries to present up to date advice on the current filming situation around the world to interested producers, filmmakers and other industry professionals.
Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) / Singapore Media Festival
Singapore | www.asiatvforum.com
The Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) is an entertainment content industry market. It brings together influential content sellers and buyers to provide exciting insights, unleash opportunities, and forge new partnerships for the Asian markets across an international platform.