Discover the best in Canadian talent around the world.

Rendezvous with Canada

RDV CANADA is your rendezvous with Canadian content and talent in the world’s spotlight, and your chance to discover production partners present at festivals and markets around the world.


June 24 – 27, 2019

With nearly 50 Canadian companies attending this year, the Canada Pavilion at the MIFA will host matchmaking sessions and a reception with many Canadian talents. New this year: Canada will have a stand in the Market’s VR space where you will have the chance to experience Canadian VR. A not to be missed rendezvous!

At the Annecy International Animation Film Festival : 12 Canadian projects will be in competition, including the feature film Ville Neuve by Félix Dufour-Laperrière and the VR project Gymnasia, by Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowki. And Canadian production teams will be highlighted in the film Playmobil, opening the festival.

Check out the latest animated gems, find out about current and future trends, meet up with your favourite film directors and up-and-coming talents, track down new associates and partners… in the fun and friendly atmosphere of the Festival.

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