Some of the objectives of this Territory Focus event at Mifa are to show off the industry of a country or a territory, find out about skills and talents and encourage networking opportunities to spark new collaborations.
The Mifa Special Events are diverse programmes full of opportunities to communicate with industry professionals.
Goal: Promote the supply and demand for projects or productions for the TV, the cinema, short film or new platforms.
During the Mifa, the 29 screening units will enable you to use the video library.
Be one of the first to get to know the needs of investors for buying or co-producing programmes.
Published 24th May 2016 - Take advantage of a special meeting with DreamWorks at the Mifa to learn about job opportunities at this famous American studio.
Published 23rd May 2016 - Discover 4 different territories in one place: The Mifa! Tokyo, Canada, Flanders and France will be the subjects of this year’s Territory Focus sessions.
Published 20th May 2016 - Recruiters from Pixar will be at the Mifa to reveal job opportunities at their studio that could be yours for the taking.
Published 18th May 2016 - Are you looking for a job in animation? Take advantage of the Annecy International Animation Film Market to meet attending international recruiters!
Published 17th May 2016 - Meet the Festival Programmers is an event that was created in 2015 in order to bring together film institute representatives and festival programmers who are attending the Mif
Published 10th May 2016 - Take a look at the 9 projects that were selected for the second edition of the Animation du Monde Mifa Pitch sessions.
Published 18th Apr 2016 - Have a look at the 26 projects that have been selected to participate in the Mifa Pitch sessions on 15th and 16th June 2016.
The Focus Studio sessions are a great way for delegates to find out about the creative or technical processes of large studios and talk about current projects with the creatives.
Open to all participants, these sessions are yet another way for studios and production companies to reveal their latest work.
Taking place throughout the Mifa, why not come along to the press conferences of leading French animation studios and youth channels for major TV groups?