Looking for a Canadian co-production partner? Want to learn more about Canadian production companies and their work? Then we invite you to our Canadian Co-Production Market.
Presented by the Consulate General of Canada in Sydney and Heritage Canada, the Co-Production Market is AIDC’s newest curated marketplace activity, designed to facilitate international networking and business opportunities between AIDC delegates and Canadian production companies.
The Canadian Co-Production Market is designed specifically with experienced producers in mind from all over the world who have the capacity to engage in official and unofficial co-production with Canada.
AIDC is now calling for companies attending the conference to register their interest if they:
- have current or future projects and are looking for international co-production opportunities with Canadian companies;
- are looking to come on board as a co-producer for current or future Canadian projects.
Companies must have registered with an All Access Pass to register interest.
Submissions close 23:59 PM AEDT Wednesday 17 February 2021.
Participating is simple.
All-Access Passholders can register interest here by filling out your company profile and any additional information you may like to provide regarding current or future projects or history with international co-productions.
Please ensure you register your interest prior to the closing date of Wednesday 17 February 2021.
AIDC will match companies with Canadian companies according to the submitted profile, with fifteen-minute meetings taking place online at the International Co-production Market during AIDC.
Delegates are invited to register their interest here no later than Wednesday 17 February 2021.
AIDC’s marketplace team will inform successful companies of their meeting schedule with the Canadians the week prior to AIDC, with fifteen-minute meetings taking place via AIDC’s online event platform during the following times:
11: 00 AM – 12:30 PM AEDT Sunday 28 February 2021
A special Meet the Canadians event will also take place on Monday 1 March for AIDC delegates to hear from the Canadian producers.