The Paris Coproduction Village Team
Pierre-Emmanuel Fleurantin — CEO
Guillaume Calop — General Manager
Vanja Kaludjercic — Industry Manager
Alice Guilbaud — Industry Coordinator
Jérémy Zelnik — Co-founder and Consultant
Fortified by the success of its first edition in 2014, Paris Coproduction Village, a platform of development and financing for feature films projects selected all over the world, takes on a new dimension with its 2nd edition, lasting three days instead of two and with more projects selected. Organized by Les Arcs European Film Festival and Champs-Élysées Film Festival, this event aims at encouraging the European cinema professionals to invest in international coproductions.
Over these three days, fifteen international projects destined for French and European Coproduction are presented to the industry professionals. Furthermore, six residents of Cannes Cinéfondation will be added to the selection. The participants will benefit from individual meetings, networking events and seminars animated by key players of the cinema industry.
As a novelty this year, we’ve decided to honour a country, this year Brazil, in partnership with Cinema Do Brasil and the CNC, from which two to three projects will originate and about which a conference will be held.
This platform completes the 4th edition of the US in Progress of Champs-Élysées Film Festival, which has presented since its creation four North-American independent films in post-production looking for international vendors.
The project selection will be unveiled in May. The professionals will then be able to register on www. pariscopro.com to meet with the project representatives of their choice during one-to-one meetings.
Paris Coproduction Village is supported by the Région Ile-de-France, the CNC, Île-de-France Film Commission, Cinema Do Brasil and organized with its partners, Cannes Cinéfondation, CPH DOX, ACE, Cinando, ApexBrasil, Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum, Producers Network, EAVE, Europa International, Variety, Screen, Cineuropa, and Écran Total.