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The Cannes International Television Festival Will Launch In April 2018

12 January 2017 1:47 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

French television festival organizer Reed Midem has officially partnered with the city of Cannes on an international festival to showcase dramatic television, Variety reports. The fest will run alongside Midem’s Miptv, one the world’s largest television markets, the other being Mipcom, also run by Midem.

Read More: Cannes Tackles Television: Why a Global TV Festival Could Be a Gamechanger

The first edition of the new festival will take place during 2018’s Miptv, which runs in April. The Cannes Film Festival runs each year in May.

Cannes Mayor David Lisnard was reportedly a main proponent of the new TV festival, which will include a substantial market component run by Midem and Miptv.

“This event will combine Cannes’ experience in hosting major festivals and Reed Midem’s background in delivering the leading international television business events Miptv and Mipcom,” Miptc said in a statement provided to Variety. “Reed Midem is »

- Graham Winfrey

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The Cannes International Television Festival Will Launch In April 2018

12 January 2017 1:47 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

French television festival organizer Reed Midem has officially partnered with the city of Cannes on an international festival to showcase dramatic television, Variety reports. The fest will run alongside Midem’s Miptv, one the world’s largest television markets, the other being Mipcom, also run by Midem.

Read More: Cannes Tackles Television: Why a Global TV Festival Could Be a Gamechanger

The first edition of the new festival will take place during 2018’s Miptv, which runs in April. The Cannes Film Festival runs each year in May.

Cannes Mayor David Lisnard was reportedly a main proponent of the new TV festival, which will include a substantial market component run by Midem and Miptv.

“This event will combine Cannes’ experience in hosting major festivals and Reed Midem’s background in delivering the leading international television business events Miptv and Mipcom,” Miptc said in a statement provided to Variety. “Reed Midem is »

- Graham Winfrey

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Cannes Tackles Television: Why a Global TV Festival Could Be a Gamechanger

11 January 2017 10:13 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The city of Cannes wants to build its own TV event, one that’s on par with its famed film festival — but it faces competition from an increasingly crowded marketplace, as well as real questions about how a television festival might best serve creators and attendees.

The Cannes Film Festival prides itself on being the most prestigious cinema showcase in the world, and for years, has resisted the notion that television exists in the same sphere. When TV does surface in the Cannes lineup — as as when Steven Soderbergh’s 2013 HBO telefilm “Behind the Candelabra” landed a coveted Official Competition slot — it’s presented in the same terms as everything else there: As a movie. However, as the line between TV and film industries become increasingly murky, the festival remained loathe to include a television component. That made it easier for the city to start its own event, one that »

- Ben Travers, Liz Shannon Miller and Michael Schneider

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Cannes Tackles Television: Why a Global TV Festival Could Be a Gamechanger

11 January 2017 10:13 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The city of Cannes wants to build its own TV event, one that’s on par with its famed film festival — but it faces competition from an increasingly crowded marketplace, as well as real questions about how a television festival might best serve creators and attendees.

The Cannes Film Festival prides itself on being the most prestigious cinema showcase in the world, and for years, has resisted the notion that television exists in the same sphere. When TV does surface in the Cannes lineup — as as when Steven Soderbergh’s 2013 HBO telefilm “Behind the Candelabra” landed a coveted Official Competition slot — it’s presented in the same terms as everything else there: As a movie. However, as the line between TV and film industries become increasingly murky, the festival remained loathe to include a television component. That made it easier for the city to start its own event, one that »

- Ben Travers, Liz Shannon Miller and Michael Schneider

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