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Cartoon Movie is one of the most important professional forums for co-production of European animated feature films.. It takes place from March 9th to 11th In the city of Bordeaux in France. The 2021 version is virtual because of the health crisis.

About 800 animated filmmakers, investors, film distributors, and television content buyers attend the event each year.

They examine promising animated film projects that have the potential to reach the big screen. The event is organized by Cartoon, a non-profit organization supported by the European Union’s Media Program.

For this digital event, we need to communicate a lot and keep in touch with people. You have to explain a lot of the course and contact the buyers with the manufacturers and their projects. So, yes, it requires a lot of communication“, To explain Anik Mays, Cartoon Executive Director.

Fifty-five animated feature film projects are being presented this year in 16 European countries for a total of 297 million euros or 76 hours of programming.

France is at the forefront of these projects, followed by Spain, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Romania and Ireland.

Wolfgang Spindler, Euro News : “How to Collaborate with Animated Filmmakers in the UK”.

The cartoon is supported by a media program, the UK has decided to withdraw from the program, citing no UK plans, but I still hope the UK and Europe find a deal“, Adds Anik Mays, Cartoon Executive Director.

Cartoon movie Works until March 11th. The pitches of the projects are broadcast on the web as the event unfolds. They will remain online until March 31.

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