Cottonwood Media’s Find Me in Paris, represented by Federation Kids & Family and ZDF Enterprises, will be the first-ever Kids’ World Premiere Screening at this year’s MIPTV.
Find Me in Paris is an English-language tween drama focused on a time-traveling ballet dancer. The live-action show will be screened at the Palais des Festivals on Tuesday, April 10, at 6 p.m.
Find Me in Paris is co-produced by Cottonwood with ZDF, ZDF Enterprises, B-FILMS and the Opera National de Paris. The show is written and co-executive produced by Jill Girling and Lori Mather-Welch. It has been sold around the globe, including to Universal Kids and Hulu in the U.S., France Télévisions, Disney Channel in France and Italy, ABC Australia and VRT in Belgium.
David Michel, the president of Cottonwood Media and co-founder of Federation Entertainment, commented: “It is a tremendous honor for Find Me in Paris to be selected by Reed MIDEM for its first-ever Kids’ World Premiere Screening. This high-profile screening further confirms the status of the series as a genuinely unique show in the tween drama genre.”
Laurine Garaude, the director of television at Reed MIDEM, which organizes MIPTV, added: “We’re thrilled to partner with Federation Kids & Family for this first Kids’ World Premiere Screening, which will showcase one of the most hotly anticipated series in the children’s industry. This inaugural Kids’ WPS will be one of the highlights of the Junior@MIPTV program, focusing particularly this year on live-action series. At a time when series are at center stage, it is fitting to spotlight series for the younger generation.”