MIPCOM Online+

Virtual Canadian Pavilion

October 5


November 17

The screens may be smaller,

But Canada's still going big online.

Considering the global pandemic, many of the industry’s big festivals and markets are planning their 2020 event components online, and MIPCOM is no exception.

This year, MIPCOM is becoming MIPCOM Online+, an entire digital experience. Canada will focus on its online presence for the 2020 edition of these major content markets that are MIPCOM and MIPJunior, taking place from October 5 to November 17, 2020. 

In parallel to the event, you will be able to watch online the projects selected at Canneseries, where Canada is proudly represented by 3 short form series. Learn more about the selection by clicking here!

Don’t forget to visit our virtual stand to discover the best of audiovisual Canadian projects!

Event Highlights


Canada wins big at CANNESERIES and MIPCOM

Canada’s virtual festival presence is making a real impact! We scooped up prizes at CANNESERIES and the MIPCOM Diversify TV Excellence Awards. CANNESERIES At CANNESERIES, Canadian series Claire and the elderly (Claire et les vieux) won the Best Short Form Télécâble Sat Hebdo Award! The series by Charles Grenier (produced by UGO Media) is about a...

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Meet Canada at MIPCOM and CANNESERIES… virtually!

With MIPCOM going fully digital this year, Canada’s got an awesome presence planned for this major online content marketplace.   Here’s your breakdown: From October 5 through November 17, 2020, MIPCOM Online+ is happening and promises a month of events, screenings, conferences, showcases, pitch sessions, and more (with MIPJunior included in the action). From October...

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Brigitte Dupré
Advisor, Promotion 
Kate Maurice 
Advisor, Promotion

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