MIPCOM Cannes 2022 – List of Content Buyers, Distributors, Commissioners, Co-Production opportunities & Investors

MIPCOM Cannes 2022 – List of Content Buyers, Distributors, Commissioners, Co-Production opportunities & Investors

MIPCOM Cannes 2022 – List of Content Buyers, Distributors, Commissioners, Co-Production opportunities & Investors

Thousand’s of companies are expected to flock over to MIPCOM this year. The pandemic is over and the markets are open again. As always it is going to be a race against time to make the best buying and selling decisions.

But Vitrina can help you to build a smart cheatsheet!

You should have a list of companies you want to target in the limited time you got there. With several global deals being tracked daily, the intel will let you assess what the different players are up to and prioritise meetings and screenings


Take a look at companies attending MIPCOM 2022. Look at their latest projects to know what to expect at the event.

For Content Acquirers – Check out which distributors are attending. Track recent distribution rights acquired by these players. Make informed acquisition decisions by assessing titles from many distributors, including the ones that are not going to be at the event.

For Distributors – Track recent acquisitions and spot synergies with content buyers. Check out near complete projects to secure rights for.

For Co-Production opportunities – Find recently announced production projects. Check out production houses that have acquired production rights. These could be securing IP rights to books, articles, scripts, screenplays, characters, life, podcasts, games or adaptation rights to formats and TV shows including local version development projects.

For Investors & Commissioners – Check out the IP rights acquired by production houses. Take a look at profiles of production companies and look at their recent deal activity to assess the pulse of the global supply chain and make informed decisions to invest in new projects.

Below are a few ways you could use Vitrina to discover companies you should engage with at MIPCOM. Be smart and make the most of your time in Cannes this year. All the best!

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Fremantle is one of the largest and most successful creators, producers, and distributors of scripted and unscripted content in the world. It is a global entertainment powerhouse. Fremantle has an outstanding international network of production teams, companies, and labels in over 30 countries. They produce over 12,000 hours of original programming, roll out more than 60 formats, and air 450 programs a year worldwide. The group distributes over 20,000 hours of content in more than 200 territories. They are also a world leader in digital and branded entertainment, with more than 300 million subscribers across 1,400 social channels and over 100 billion views across all platforms. They are part of RTL Group, a global leader across broadcast, content, and digital, itself a division of the international media giant Bertelsmann.
TVF International
TVF International’s specialist approach to distribution has earned them a place within the media landscape as the leading independent factual distributor in the United Kingdom. Their catalog encompasses everything from factual entertainment and lifestyle series to exceptional one-off documentaries, representing some of the most innovative and creative producers from across the globe. Their team is energetic and vibrant, with over ten languages spoken across Sales and Acquisitions, and both divisions work within their specific territories to maintain highly specialized knowledge of the global content market.
Abacus Media Rights
Abacus Media Rights delivers premium, multi-genre programming to the global market. They acquire and distribute a diverse slate of scripted and non-scripted content and, at the same time. Their experienced team works with producers to facilitate pre-sales and development finance as well as broadcaster commissions.
Beyond Rights
Beyond Rights is a production and distribution company located in the United Kingdom. It enjoys collaborative partnerships with a wide range of content providers worldwide and works closely with them to find and develop the best possible projects; ones that help grow their business as well as there, and there is no one-size-fits-all. Their specialist content team helps fund, develop, co-produce and acquire content using a mix of both conventional and more creative approaches. It was founded in 2020.
Studio Canal
StudioCanal SAS formerly known as StudioCanal International, a 100% affiliate of Canal+ Group held by Vivendi, it is Europe’s leader in production, distribution, and international sales of feature films and TV series, operating directly in all three major European markets – France, United Kingdom, Germany, and Spain – as well as in Australia and New Zealand. It finances and produces around 25 films per year, partnering with talents to make films in English, French, German, Spanish, and other European languages. It distributes around 50 films per year.

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