Cinema For Change is the Industry component of the Festival Le Temps Presse for its 10th edition.

This professional forum offers a connecting platform for European projects holders in search of complementary funding with professionals and investors involved in sustainability.

A selection of European feature film, fiction and documentary projects with social, societal and environmental impact content, illustrating one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals, will be presented by their representatives to an audience of international professionals as well as investors and structures committed to Sustainable Development Goals.

The first edition of Cinema For Change will take place on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 April, in a 100% digital version. This online event will offer participants the opportunity to present their projects in financing or in post-production during a 2 days digital co-production market, allowing them to meet with international professionals and investors.

A unique opportunity to expand your networks and forge new collaborations by bringing together the film industry and the actors of sustainability around quality works, fostering by their content or in any other way, a more human world.

ROUND TABLES & PROFESSIONALS SPEAKING

MEET SOLIDARITY & FINANCIAL INVESTORS

THE THREE PILLARS: SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC

INNOVATIVE CONTENTS FOR GOOD

PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING
USHUAÏA TV

PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING
VIVENDI

CASE STUDY
DOCUMENTARY ‘WOMAN’

CONVERSATION WITH
PR. YUNUS

AWARD-WINNING PROJECTS

IN A PERFECT WORLD

THE FUTUR NOW

THE ZIMOV HYPOTHESIS

Emilie Freche
director

Laetitia Galitzine
producer

Frederic Choffat
director

Joelle Bertossa
producer

Denis Sneguirev
director

Caroline Roussel
producer

COMMUNE IMAGE PRIZE goes to IN A PERFECT WORLD by Emilie Freche, produced by Laetitia Galitzine (Chapka Films)- France.
Commune Image is committed to providing an industry contribution of 4 weeks of editing – valorisation 2K € HT.

CNC PRIZE is granted to the documentary THE FUTURE NOW directed by Frederic Choffat, produced by Joelle Bertossa (Close-up Films) – Switzerland
The prize is a non-commercial and non-exclusive right, consisting in a pre-buy of 4000€ by the « Images de la Culture » library, managed by the CNC.

CANNES DOCS PRIZE is awarded, for its singularity, to THE ZIMOV HYPOTHESIS by Denis Sneguirev, produced by Caroline Roussel (Arturo Mio)
France, Russia, Belgium, USA
Cannes Docs, the documentary focus industry program at the Marché du film, is giving 2 complimentary badges for the 2021 Marché du Film Festival de Cannes and enter in the new impact program of the Marché du film in July 2021.

Thanks to our partner

Send us an email to :

CINEMAFORCHANGE@LETEMPSPRESSE.ORG

Marc Obéron – Lecode & Yann Marchet – Print The Legend