Marché du Film

Cannes / France 05/14/2024 - 05/22/2024

The ICEX-Invest in Spain team will be participating in the Marché du Film to present Spain as an attractive investment destination for the audiovisual industry and as a location for international film shoots. 

This is the most important international professional meeting of the film industry, held within the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, which will be held from 14 to 22 May 2024. This year's edition will bring together 14,000 professionals from 140 countries in the audiovisual industry to present around 4,000 films and projects in development in the different screening areas.


Shooting in Spain, the ICEX- Invest in Spain brand to promote the attraction of foreign filming and investment in the audiovisual sector to Spain, will actively participate in Marché du Film 2024. Within the framework of the event, Shooting in Spain will be the protagonist of one of the panels that make up the official conference programme: under the title "How to craft a world hit in Spain", it will show the main reasons and key services that make Spain one of the most sought-after filming destinations in the world.


Besides, the services offered by the 'Spain Audiovisual Bureau' one-stop shop will be presented to deal with queries from both Spanish and foreign companies and to detail the tax incentives that place Spain in a very competitive position compared to other countries. Our teams will be present at the Spanish Pavilion, organised by ICEX Spain Export and Investment in collaboration with the ICAA.


In the context of the Marché du Film, Invest in Spain will be holding a technical conference for the industry. The event will provide information about the company's services, the promotion of its brand 'Shooting in Spain', and the advantages of the one-stop shop 'Spain Audiovisual Bureau' for investors and producers. Following this, there will be a networking session to discuss the topics that have aroused most interest.


This activity is part of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, funded by the European Union through the NextGeneration EU Fund