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France | Television

9 April 2018
12 April 2018

MIPTV is a global market for entertainment content across all platforms, held every April at the Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France.

Register for MIPTV

The following support is only available to companies incorporated and carrying on business in Australia. Below are the various registration rates for this year’s event.  

Special Screen Australia Rate* €680 Please register here
1st Time Buyer €950 Please register here
1st Time Producer €795 Please register here
Start-ups & Students^ POA Contact 
Natalie Apostolou
Full Rate €1295
(online registration ends 31 March 2018)
Please register here

*Screen Australia has a limited number of discounted registrations available on a first come, first served basis to Australian participants at MIPTV who do not have a stand at the market and who use the Australia pavilion as their base. This rate is available until 3rd March. The rate will increase to €750 on 4th March.

^Start-ups and students are also eligible for reduced rates. There are a range of package discounts available including submitting content to Mipdoc and attending Mip Formats. For more information, email Reed MIDEM Australia and NZ representative Natalie Apostolou.

MIPDoc and MIPFormats

Participation in MIPDoc and MIPFormats – held 7–8 April in Cannes – is not included in the MIPTV registration price. Screen Australia does not provide a stand or support service at these events but has secured reduced FIRST TIMER UMBRELLA PARTICIPATION prices. Interested participants can contact Natalie Apostolou

For any further enquiries you can contact Harry Avramidis, Manager International.

Find us at the market

This year the Australia stand and contact details are:

Stand number P-1.B96
Tel +33 4 92 99 8203


Table booking system

Coming soon.


MIPTV is also the forum for a conference that is programmed to respond to industry developments and directions. This year’s program, CREATORS IN DEMAND, looks at a world where all channels & platforms want to super-serve their fans and how the unprecedented demand for new shows is generating new opportunities for creator-driven stories.

New in 2018 will be Cannes Series which will host red carpet premieres and competition screenings for completed drama series as well as an international co-production forum for those in development.

Traditionally, MIPTV is most appropriate for experienced producers seeking pre-sale and development deals. MIPTV attracts the most important European and American broadcasters, however Mipcom in October currently attracts more participants. You can compare the companies that attend each market at My Mip to try and get a sense which is better for your strategic approach.

For those who are well-prepared, have organised meetings in advance, and have researched the appropriate people to approach and have a solid and well tested slate, MIPTV can be extremely effective. For the documentary producer with a single documentary to sell, MIPTV can be a very frustrating and unproductive experience. The majority of potential buyers are actively working the market as sellers, the demand for one-off documentaries is limited, the lack of a product catalogue can make selling one title extremely difficult, and at a market as high-powered as this, the major buyers are looking to develop long-term relationships with regular suppliers.

For more info and the conference program visit the MIPTV website.

Attendee tips

  • "It’s good practice to follow up every meeting with an email on return. Don’t expect to walk away with deals – follow up."
  • "By targeting six to eight quality meetings I was able to spend time considering, preparing and following up. It’s a much better market strategy than exhausting oneself on too many unprofitable meetings and then arriving home exhausted and wondering whether it had all happened."
  • "Get there a day early. The first three days of the market are the most important."
  • "Know who you’re pitching to. Keep your dignity."
  • "Don’t have long videos to show people – 3 minutes max."

This information is to be used as a guide only and is of a general nature. Screen Australia has undertaken all reasonable measures to ensure its accuracy and specifically disclaims any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly of the use and application of any of the contents. Exact registration details are available on the market website.