For the 14th consecutive year, Pickle magazine will bring out an India focussed film business magazine on the occasion of the 61st Cannes Film Market — for the first time in virtual format.
This is our 14th Cannes focused edition. Pickle Media has partnership with Marche Du films (Cannes Film Market) and they will distribute Pickle in press rack of the virtual Cannes Film Market Marche homepage section with other leading trades.
As a run up to the market, there will also be dedicated newsletters and special focus on Indian film business and India participation at Cannes with the objectives of producers, filmmakers, buyers, locales, service providers, market reviews and film screenings. Over 70 delegates from India have registered so far with the Virtual Cannes Film Market.
Pickle magazine will be updating the issue during the market days. And will also bring out Cannes Daily Newsletters before and during the Cannes Film Market.
The editorial focus of the Pickle issue will reflect on the reality scenario in the aftermath of COVID 19, completed film projects, co-production opportunities and strengths of the Indian M&E service industry.
Pickle’s goal is to help you buy, sell and distribute content for overseas territories, find co-production partners, offshore with best of the Indian service companies and track media and entertainment business in India. Pickle will also bring out India Film Catalogue as part of the Pickle Cannes edition.
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