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Interview de Pascal Diot, directeur du Venice Production Bridge

Sep 14, 2020 2:08:04 PM / by Marie Mathieu posted in cinema industry, Venice Film Festival, Film Festival, Venice Production Bridge, Pascal Diot

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Lors de la 77ème édition de la Biennale de Venise, qui s’est tenue du 2 au 12 septembre, nous avons eu l’occasion de discuter avec Pascal Diot, le directeur du Venice Production Brigde. Cet espace dédié au développement et à la production de projets cinématographiques joue un rôle important, puisqu’il permet, au travers des meetings qu’il propose, la création d’un réseau entre les professionnels de l’audiovisuel et les projets présentés.

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Interview with Pascal Diot, Head of the Venice Production Bridge

Sep 14, 2020 2:04:06 PM / by Marie Mathieu posted in Cinema, cinema industry, Venice Film Festival, Film Festival, Venice Production Bridge, Pascal Diot

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During the 77th Venice International Film Festival, which took place from 2 to 12 September, we had the opportunity to chat with Pascal Diot, head of the Venice Production Bridge. This area plays an important part in the development and production of film projects, as it allows, through the meetings and workshops it offers, the creation of a network between audiovisual professionals and the presented projects.

The Venice Production Bridge is subdivided into several markets, including the Final cut, which focuses on productions from Africa and the Middle East, the Venice Gap-Financing Market, which presents fiction films, documentaries, and VR projects seeking financial support from European and international producers, the Book Adaptation Rights Market, which offers book publishers the opportunity to promote the development and production of projects through the audiovisual industry, and the VOD Market Day, which, as its name suggests, allows VOD platforms to offer their services to international distributors. The pandemic has, inevitably, had an impact on the market’s different workshops. However, positive things also came out of this strange situation, as Pascal Diot explains.

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Nomadland wins Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival

Sep 12, 2020 10:32:18 PM / by Marie Mathieu posted in Cinema, cinema industry, Venice Film Festival, awards

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The 77th Venice Film Festival drew to an end on Saturday night. Learn more about the winners and the major events of this year’s edition.

Changes at All Levels

This year was undoubtedly a year of change for the film festival, not only because of the Covid-19 situation but also because Alberto Barbera, Venice International Film Festival’s director, made a point of including more films directed by women in the competition. In this way, 8 out of the 18 films presented in the competition were directed by women. Moreover, this year's selection also witnessed an increase in the number of films which were not American productions.

 

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Cancelled, Postponed or Hybrid : Latest Updates on Film Festivals

Aug 28, 2020 11:22:00 AM / by Moonday posted in cinema industry, Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Film Festival, Cannes Film festival, Sundance, Sarajevo Film Festival, Locarno, Hong Kong Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival, Zurich Film Festival and Summit, DOC NYC, Karlovy Vary, Telluride, London Film Festival, Busan International Film Festival, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam

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"We try to work as normally as possible", José Luis Rebordinos (San Sebastián Film Festival)

Aug 17, 2020 9:50:19 AM / by Astrid Jansen posted in cinema industry, film market, Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Cannes Film festival, San Sebastian Film Festival, José Luis Rebordinos

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We had the opportunity to talk to José Luis Rebordinos, director of Spanish San Sebastián Film Festival.

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Cannes 2020, Critics’ Week, ACID,... films are labelled to exist!

Jun 11, 2020 9:40:33 AM / by Astrid Jansen posted in cinema industry, cinema market, international sales, film market, Venice Film Festival, Film Festival, Cannes Film festival, Sundance, ACID, Quinzaine des réalisateurs, Semaine de la Critique

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A selection, whether it’s Cannes, Venice, Locarno or Toronto, is meaningful to many filmmakers. Without a physical edition but with a label for the selected films, the Cannes Film Festival wants to give them opportunities. That’s how many artists can bring attention to their work. Generally speaking, for most festivals, it is only now that they are cancelled that the organizers understand the contribution of their physical edition.

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How to bring your cinema & audiovisual projects into Moonday

Jun 10, 2020 10:22:59 AM / by Astrid Jansen posted in Cinema, Audiovisual, cinema producers, audiovisual rights, cinema distributor, international sales, data collection, film market, rights management, Venice Film Festival, Film Festival, Cannes Film festival, distribution, producteurs

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Move the follow-up of your projects into Moonday’s Manage Functionalities, and help your team leave heavy tools like email behind.

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Film Festivals. To go digital or not to go ?

Apr 29, 2020 11:56:26 AM / by Astrid Jansen posted in cinema industry, cinema producers, audiovisual rights, cinema distributor, Berlin International Film Festival, Annecy International, Tribeca, Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Film Festival, Cannes Film festival, Sundance

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The film industry is severely impacted by the COVID-19 global health crisis. Theaters were shut down and large events are not allowed and canceled in many countries. But many festivals continue to explore further options. 

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