The Film Project Pitch section aims to facilitate interactions among filmmakers, artists and technicians in China and Canada. It is also one of the major highlights of the festival. Canadian and Chinese film production companies will have the opportunity to explore a new generation in the film market as well as hear innovative ideas. In this section, CCIFF will collect popular pitches from the public. The top 20 pitches will have a chance to be reviewed by Canadian and Chinese companies. A potential contract to work with a company may be signed at the Closing Ceremony.
Canada China Co-production Project Pitch
Topic: Overview of the Investment Climate of Montreal’s Entertainment Technology Sector
Montréal International acts as an economic driver for Greater Montréal to attract foreign wealth while accelerating the success of its partners and clients.
Royal Bank of Canada
RBC is Canada’s largest bank and one of the largest banks in the world, based on market capitalization. They are also one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies, and provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services and capital markets products and services on a global basis.
A film company under Heyi Group ( Youku Tudou Inc.). Heyi Pictures is committed to the developing, planning and marketing of branded content. Moreover, with the help of big data and integrating innovation, we promote the productization of films and precise marketing and create an open and cooperative platform for the film industry to achieve the improvement of commercial value.
Stéphane Couture – Bell Media
Director of Government Affairs (Quebec) for Bell Canada, has been elected President of the Board of Directors for TechnoMontréal— the information and communications technologies (ICT) cluster of Greater Montreal.
A tiny robot discovers the wonders of the world, from science & mathematics, to the arts on a magical road.
A young girl or boy time travels and learns the history of the world first hand, guided by an eccentric yet wise genie found in a bottle in a city alleyway.
A little star falls on earth and helps save Christmas for all the children of the world.
How cities could tell their stories
A series of documentaries about the history of Montreal. Mixing classic museum presentations with dome, surround and 3D technologies, the creators of the Citysphere present the evolution of a metropolis and its cultures so that they come vibrantly alive, in ways that no regular film, bus ride or web clip can compete with.
Snowflakes TV Series
Snowflakes is a TV series, in development, for 5-7 years old kids. Its purpose is to foster children’s sensibilities and curiosity towards all that is different through humour, within an entertaining framework of fun adventures that feature lovable characters all made of snow.
Snowflakes The Film
Snowflakes, the film, will take us on an exhilaratingly chilling adventure across the uncharted and dangerous territories of the cold lands in a quest to reclaim their stolen accessories, without which they will be disqualified from the Snow Games.
Rocío is a story that cuts to the heart. The film merges realism with the dream-world, confirming the power of imagination and expression to enhance the process of the emotional and physical reconstruction of an individual. She has no choice but to re-forge her identity in order to heal and in order to arrive confidently into adulthood.
Study Report of the development of Chinese Documentary
It is a research study that started at a turning point for the Chinese documentary industry. It is a chronological story of important events of the documentary industry in China, the culture and aesthetic, new medias and general overview of world documentary such as documentaries from America, England, France, Japan, Korea, Tai- wan, etc.
Date: September 17-18, 2016 | 9am-6pm
Location: Room 2.184 | 1515 Ste. Catherine West Street, Montreal, Quebec H3H 2L5