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In collaboration with UniFrance and the Miami Film Festival, EFP is holding its second Mercado del Cine Francés y Europeo which will take place from 8th to 10th March online this year. This specialised market which was originally launched as Mercado del Cine Francés for French films in 2016 by UniFrance, has opened up to films from the whole of Europe to facilitate sales to Latin America, a continent with a huge audience potential. During two days, a selection of 20 European sales agents will have the chance to promote their newest European films to close on 34 distributors, buyers, VoD platforms and exhibitors from the region at dedicated meetings.

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About UniFrance

For more than 70 years, UniFrance has been using its experience of the international marketplace to support French cinema worldwide.
UniFrance is based in Paris and also has representatives for the U.S., China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia and India. Its membership brings together around 1,000 French producers, filmmaking talents, agents and sales companies, which are working together to promote French film among foreign audiences, industry executives and media. For more information, visit unifrance.org

About Miami Dade College's Miami Film Festival

Miami Film Festival is an international film event that serves as a major film showcase for world cinema. Considered the preeminent film festival for highlighting Ibero-American cinema in the U.S, Miami Film Festival has become renowned for championing films made by the South Florida community, first-time feature filmmakers, and International Feature Film submissions to the Academy Awards. The annual Festival, produced and presented by Miami Dade College, attracts more than 60,000 audience members and more than 400 filmmakers, producers, talent, and industry professionals. Since 1984, the Festival has screened over 2,500 films from more than 75 countries and given out more than $2 million USD in cash awards to filmmakers and distributors. Miami Film Festival is the oldest major festival housed in a university or college and also operates a year-round art cinema, Tower Theater Miami and Miami Film Festival GEMS in October. 
For more information, visit miamifilmfestival.com


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