THE PIXEL MARKET IS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS!
CALLING ALL CROSS-MEDIA PRODUCERS AND CREATIVES
Submission deadline Friday 10 July
Power to the Pixel is now accepting applications to The Pixel Market, the prestigious cross-media project finance market taking place during the annual Power to the Pixel: Cross-Media Forum 7-10 October, in association with the BFI London Film Festival.
/ Get your cross-media project financed
/ Hear what leading funders and commissioners are looking for
/ Form new cross-industry partnerships
/ Win CASH prizes!
/ Get invited to exclusive networking events
At The Pixel Market: Day One (8 October) 8 out of 30 producer-led teams will present their projects to a 400 strong live audience and a jury composed of key industry executives (check out the jury of 2013 here) who will give direct feedback around new funding, distributive and co-production avenues available and will decide the winner of the €6,000 ARTE International Prize for The Pixel Market!
At The Pixel Market: Day Two (9 October) all 30 teams will engage in a series of 1-2-1 meetings with over 100 potential funding, distribution and creative partners from across film, TV, online, gaming, publishing, the arts and advertising.
Attending companies in 2013 included ARTE France; Arts Council England; BBC; Bell Fund; BFI; British Council; Canada Media Fund; CBBC; Channel 4; Dazed & Confused; Egmont UK; France Télévisions; Gaité Lyrique; Hypernaked; Indieflix; ITVS; Kickstarter; MEDIA; MediaCom Beyond Advertising; Microsoft Soho Studios; MSN; NFB Canada; OMDC; Penguin Books; Pulse Films; RTVE; The Guardian; The Harmony Institute; Tate Kids; Telefilm Canada; TorinoFilmLab; Tribeca Film Institute; VICE; Vimeo; Xbox Entertainment Studios; Yahoo! Studios and ZDF.
DEADLINE TO APPLY FRIDAY 10 JULY, 18.00 BST!
Head to our website for more information and to apply.
For application questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)207 535 6720.
ADAPT TO STAY RELEVANT TO CHANGING AUDIENCES AND THE CONNECTED WORLD!
The Pixel Market is supported by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union and the BFI London Film Festival.