RX France has revealed that more than 600 delegates from over 40 countries are already registered to attend MIP Cancun, eight weeks ahead of opening day.
The organizer said that further confirmations are coming in daily, marking the return to pre-pandemic levels of attendance to the market.
Now in its ninth edition, MIP Cancun returns to the Moon Palace Resort that last year welcomed around 450 delegates in person against a backdrop of travel restrictions still in force in many countries.
Confirmed companies include A+E Networks, All3Media International, Atresmedia TV, TV Azteca, Beta Films, Canal D, Caracol, Eccho Rights, FilmRise, Fremantle, Gaumont, Jetpack Distribution, I.M.P.S., ITV Studios, NBCUniversal, RTVE, StudioCanal, Somos Distribution, TelevisaUnivision, The Mediapro Studio, VIP 2000 TV and ZDF Studios.
Buyers are confirmed from Prime Video, AMC Networks International Latin America, Arte1, Buendia Estudios, Direct TV Latin America, Globo, HBO Max, Mediapro, Movistar, Paramount, Starz, Totalplay and Warner Bros. Discovery.
Companies confirmed to participate in the Co-Production Forum include 64A Films, Arcana, Asacha Media Group, Balassa Films, Buendia Estudios, CMO Producciones, DeAPlaneta Fiction, Dynamo Producciones, Laberinto Producciones, Lavenica Films, Ledafilms, Movie Box Group, Quantico Films, Mega Global Entertainment, Punta Fina, Sony Pictures Entertainment, TeleColombia, Telemundo and The Mediapro Studio.
These will also be joined by the return of national pavilions, including ProColombia and Argentina Audiovisual, to the market.
Director of MIP Cancun Maria Perez-Bellière commented, “The positive response to this year’s market has been hugely encouraging, and the confirmations keep coming in daily. It’s clear the community is keen to convene again in person and that the appetite for Latin American and U.S. Hispanic content, global deal-making and partnerships is as strong as ever.”