June

The screens may be smaller,

22-26

But Canada's still
doing big business.

In the Official Selection of the 73rd Cannes Film Festival, Canada will  be well represented with a feature and a coproduction: Pascal Plante’s Nadia, Butterfly and Viggo Mortensen’s Falling.  Also, Graham Foy’s August 22, this year received the 2020 Semaine de la Critique label! Not to mention that an exciting group of homegrown creators will be part of the Cannes Doc program at the Marché du film. 

Event Highlights

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Cannes 2020

Canada at Cannes: Documentary in the Time of COVID

As the film industry logs on to the first virtual edition of the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival, filmmakers are in an unprecedented situation. For the four teams of filmmakers pitching at the Docs in Progress Canadian Showcase, presented by Telefilm Canada in partnership with Forum RIDM and in collaboration with Hot Docs, the event will test of the industry’s optimism or cautiousness about the future of filmgoing.

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Resources

Coproduction

Our coproduction guide just had a makeover! See this step-by-step guide on creating with Canada.

Webinars

Get ready for the summer markets with the Trade Commissioners Service.

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Questions you should ask yourself before attending a French market this summer.

FIND CREATIVE PARTNERS

Everywhere you go in the world, you’ll find Canadian producers attending international events to promote their projects.

Delegation

Clémence Bradley
Advisor, Promotion 
Marie-Claude Giroux
Advisor, Promotion