Ndp- The territorial network of Spain Film Commission arrives at the Marché du Film de Cannes with a wide representation and schedule of activities
Spain Film Commission, a leading entity in positioning the country as a destination for audiovisual filming, will be present at the next edition of the Cannes International Film Festival, which will be held from May 16 to 24, 2023.
The management of SFC will be accompanied on this occasion by twelve of the members of its network: Andalucía Film Commission, Castilla-La Mancha Film Commission, Canary Islands Film, Catalunya Film Commission, Film Madrid, Madrid Film Office, Mallorca Film Commission, Film Valencia , Navarra Film Commission, Terrassa Film Office, Valencia Film Office and Valladolid Film Commission.
Spain Film Commission has a wide network of 43 members that covers the entire country and that offer free services to audiovisual producers. This network is supported by town halls, autonomous communities and other public and private entities, which work to optimize the human, technical, material and economic resources of audiovisual productions.
SFC's activities in Cannes are part of the action plan that the entity has been developing to help consolidate the Spanish Audiovisual Hub, one of our engines of economic reactivation launched by the Government of Spain. The plan, directed by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation and articulated by the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructures, includes public investments and reforms to achieve a significant boost to the entire value chain of the audiovisual industry based on the strengths that Spain possesses: a solvent audiovisual industry, talented and prestigious professionals, a creative capacity recognized worldwide and a comparative advantage in the growing global market for audiovisual production in Spanish.
The presence of the Spain Film Commission and its partners at this event will contribute to consolidating the image of Spain as one of the preferred destinations for audiovisual producers for their filming. In addition, it will make it possible to publicize the wide variety of locations, landscapes and natural settings that Spain offers for film and television productions, and the great creative and technical potential of the Spanish audiovisual industry.
About Spain Film Commission
Spain Film Commission is a non-profit instrumental entity of the Spanish audiovisual industry that since 2001 has led the positioning of the country as a destination for audiovisual filming, coordinating the efforts of a wide network of film commissions and film offices distributed throughout Spain. The entity is one of the founders of the European Film Commission Network [EUFCN], a member of the Association of Film Commissioners International [AFCI] and actively collaborates with the Government of Spain, territorial institutions and film production companies to grow and consolidate audiovisual activity.