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MIA Partners with Venice Production Bridge


The MIA—International Audiovisual Market has made a digital and innovative window available to the Venice Gap-Financing Market projects from Venice Production Bridge through the new MIA Digital platform.

The sixth edition of MIA will take place from October 14 to 18 in Rome and online. The 2020 program was organized in an integrated way between the two areas of MIA: in the usual spaces of Palazzo Barberini and on the MIA Digital platform. Born from the consolidated joint venture and joint commitment between ANICA and APA, this year MIA will run thanks to the renewed support from institutions and entities involved in the sector.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation confirms its support, together with ICE—Agency. The partnership with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism is also renewed. There is also the MEDIA sub-program of Creative Europe. The Ministry of Economic Development confirms its support, and with the Export Plan for Southern Italy—PES2 Project, it intends to favor the access of audiovisual companies in Southern Italy to the international market. The renewed and confirmed support of the Lazio Region also goes in this innovative and technological direction.

Among the collaborations confirmed are Unicredit, Apulia Film Commission and Eurimages. For this edition, MIA makes use once again of the contribution of the Editorial Committee, a discussion table open to all trade associations: Italian Audiovisual Associations—100autori, AGICI, ANICA, APA, Cartoon it, CNA, Italian Film Commission, Doc/it, LARA and UNEFA.

About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]


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