PERU makes its debut at MIPCOM 2017Síguenos en:
Peru, with its growing production in the entertainment, television and film industry, participated for the first time in the MIPCOM 2017 fair at Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France on October 16-19. The event coincides with Peru’s steps to establish its film commission.
MIPCOM (Marché International des Programmes de Communication) is the most important trade show in the world for the entertainment content industry, and The Peru Country Brand was on the scene to present the country as a viable alternative for audiovisual productions in general, possessing extraordinary locations ranging from coasts and arid deserts to the Andes mountains and the Amazon jungle. This variety makes the South American country a location with endless possibilities.
The Peruvian companies present at the event offer film and TV productions, as well as animation and virtual-reality services. They also have studios with state-of-the-art technology, which makes co-productions possible.
These products and services are backed by great talent and quality at highly competitive prices.
The following Peruvian companies, involved in creating and selling audiovisual and digital content, attended MIPCOM: Tondero Distribución, América Televisión, Transversal Films, Frecuencia Latina Internacional (FLI), Red Animation, 111 Producciones, Rayo en la Botella, Makaco, Alligator and Quechua Films.
Through these companies, Peru will present a series of business packages for any type of film, television, animation or virtual-reality production– from scriptwriting to distribution–as it has the products and services the industry needs to create world-class audiovisual and digital content.
Every year (in October), the movers and shakers of the entertainment industry converge on Cannes for MIPCOM, the industry’s international content tradeshow, hashing out business deals over four days of meetings, screenings and conferences.
The trade shows is attended by more than 13,000 industry professionals, 4700 companies, 1900 exhibitors and almost 4800 buyers from around the globe.