Connect Local Content Producers to Global Agents and Distributors for both finished and pre-produced IPs.
Global Market Access:
HONG KONG FILM MART
Asia's largest film and entertainment market, organized by the HKTDC and held at the HKCEC, the Hong Kong International Film and TV Market hosts exhibits such as distribution, production and acquisition of film, TV programmes, animation, digital entertainment, games, production and post-production services, shooting locations, film commissions, film festivals, film insurance and film financing
MIPTV is the world’s most-established TV and digital content market and the biggest gathering of entertainment industry professionals each April. Top television execs and creative talent from 100 countries converge in Cannes to forge early-stage content development partnerships and seal international distribution deals for the year ahead.
Discover the year’s most anticipated global market for entertainment content across all platforms.
AMERICAN FILM MARKET
The business of independent motion picture production and distribution – a truly collaborative process – reaches its peak every year at the American Film Market. Over 8,000 industry leaders converge in Santa Monica for eight days of deal-making, screenings, seminars, networking and parties. Participants come from over 80 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world’s press all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.
ASIAN TV FORUM
Over 4,800 international and Asian content buyers and sellers at one platform across 4 days to buy, sell, co-produce and distribute. Tap into the growth potential of Asia's entertainment content industry, one of the fastest globally, at Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF). It's the must-attend event in Asia for fresh content.
BUSAN FILM FESTIVAL
Busan International Film Festival is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia. After its establishment in 1996, BIFF has focused on introducing and supporting new Asian directors and their films. BIFF is a non-competitive festival but it also operates a competitive program. In 1998, BIFF launched Asian Project Market (APM, former Pusan Promotion Plan/PPP) followed by Asian Film Market in 2006.