For the 13th consequtive year, Pickle — India’s only film biz magazine for the world — will be brinng out an India focused Berlinale issue. Pickle Berlin International Film Festival 2020 issue will be spread at the European Film Market (February 20-27, 2020) for the whole period of the market.
Pickle has partnership with Euroepan Film Market and they will be distributing Pickle in trade bins at the market venues with other leading trades.
Pickle India focused Berlin edition will focus on India’s strengths in film industry, Indian films at Berlinale, content buys from India, film location hotspots across India and interview, thought leader columns. The Pickle Berlin edition will have a special feature focus on the might of India’s in global VFX landscape and studios/companies leading in this space. There will also be a special section on Top 50 film locales of India. For more details mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Call/Whatsapp 91 9884562227 if you have any questions related to Berlin edition.
Over a period of eight days European Film Market bring together around 10,000 representatives of the international film and media industries – primarily producers, buyers and sales agents, distributors and financiers – come together to network, exchange, inform themselves and do business.
As the first major film market of the year, the EFM is in a strong position and serves as a barometer and pacesetter for the new film year: new productions and developments, future-proof business models, contacts and contracts – it all starts here.
The EFM’s varied locations range from the beautiful Gropius Bau to elegant Marriott Hotel, modern Berliner Freiheit or the historic Zoo Palast. A professional infrastructure for exhibitors, state-of-the-art cinemas, numerous market premieres and outstanding service via close customer and partner relationships distinguish the film market as a first class trading platform.
The editorial focus is to spread the strengths of the Indian film industry and connect to global peers. Pickle reach out to audio visual companies in over 50 countries; Targeted global buyers and distributors; Film Festivals and markets; scout locales and service providers, Animation, VFX, VR, production companies; Global companies looking at offshoring from India; Co-production seekers and location service providers.
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