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Festival de Cannes is an event reserved for film industry professionals.
Accreditation is required to gain access to the Palais des festivals.
Accreditations are assigned according to professional activity. Requests
must be made with your relevant professional organization.
1939, French minister for Public Instruction and the Arts (Ministère de
l'Instruction Publique et des Beaux-Arts), Jean Zay proposed the creation
of an international film event in France. Cannes was chosen for its
"sunshine and enchanting setting". Over the years, the great
increase in participants and new economic stakes involved shifted its
orientation. The Festival is the most watched annual event of the film
industry, with today over 4,000 journalists representing 1,600 media
well as being a meeting place for film industry professionals, the
Festival is especially attentive to the talent of artists who contribute
to the growth of the medium. Throughout the years, the Festival has become
famed for the balance it has established between artistic quality of films
and commercial impact. Not only are the films presented assured a unique
and international platform, but the Festival as well reveals and reflects
the evolution and trends in world cinema while defending the notion of
"auteur cinema for wide audiences."
Distribution Sales Agent
MAGNEPIX Distribution is
represented by Brandon Blake of BLAKE & WANG P.A. Brandon Blake has been serving as a film sales agent for independent films
for more than a decade, and now also a
producer for Lions Gate Films titles.
To receive a
quote for film sales agent services contact BLAKE
& WANG P.A. at the Los Angeles
office, located in Century City next to the 20th Century Fox Studios
lot, or the New
York office located in the NBC Studios Rockefeller Center Plaza.
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