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FTIEA Expands Overseas with New Moves

2019-05-24 13:38

Since its establishment, the Film and TV Import and Export Association (hereinafter referred to as the "FTIEA") has entered France, Portugal, the United States and other countries in succession to help its members find more opportunities and more overseas partners through the FTIEA platform, and to expand the international popularity and influence of China's excellent film and television works.

In order to further promote understanding of Chinese film and television companies on the international mainstream media market and the mutual trust between the two, a FTIEA delegation recently went to Los Angeles to participate in the LA Screenings Independents 2019 sponsored by the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE). Representatives of the FTIEA members such as China International Television Corporation (CITVC), China Radio, Film and Television Programs Exchanging Center (CHNPEC), Beijing Hualu Baina Film & TV Inc., Shandong Film and TV Group, HuanYu Entertainment participated in the activity.

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During the visit to the United States, the FTIEA delegation attended the opening event of the LA Screenings Independents 2019- "Global Content Executives Forum". Sun Lin, deputy general manager of CHNPEC, discussed the new development, new opportunities and new modes of international co-production with senior executives of major international film and television media groups such as A+E Networks, All3Media International and pocket.watch. 

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The delegation also held a number of symposiums with well-known U.S. film and television agencies A+E Networks, MarVista, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Olympusat, Tokyopop, Turkish Lucid Dream, Argentine Pol-Ka Productions, Mexican TV Azteca and Colombian Caracol. Delegates at the meeting introduced their respective companies, business models and international strategies, and introduced their latest representative works and co-produced projects to each other, shared their experiences and views on international cooperation in film and television production and distribution.1

The delegation also visited the production workshops of Hollywood first-line studios such as Warner Brothers and Paramount Pictures. The members went deep into the studio for real experiences and interactive exchanges. They also visited professional studios, clothing, makeup, props departments to learn advanced international production management experience and innovative production processes of film and television works.

The exchange in the United States provided members with a broader space to further establish more contacts with the North American and Latin American markets, exchange mutual experience in program production and distribution, jointly explore international markets and develop cooperation opportunities such as that of international co-production.