Co-Production Forum - MIP Cancun
Accelerate your TV co-production projects with Latin America
An efficient combination of pre-scheduled 1-to-1 and roundtable meetings, actionable industry insight sessions and organized networking event.
Looking for new partners in TV co-production?
MIP Cancun Co-Production Forum puts you face-to-face with top production executives in a unique format of pre-scheduled meetings: receive your personalized agenda of 10 to 15 meetings based on mutual preferences and build new partnerships.
MIP Cancun will also allow you to network with TV producers and development executives during various events, conferences, and parties!
A 4-track program
MIP Cancun introduces you to your next production partners and facilitates your new projects and co-productions. The guiding philosophy of MIP Cancun is that your future partnerships, business deals and friendships are made best in an intimate, relaxed environment where face-to-face meetings and relationship building are top priority.
Receive a personalized agenda with 10 to 15 pre-scheduled 1-to1 and roundtable meetings.
Meet with a wide range of companies, including channel development executives (heads of content, VP Creative, heads of drama…), financial partners, as well as international and Latin American production studios.
Once registered, delegates access the Co-Production Forum matchmaking tool to set up a company profile, select and prioritize meeting preferences, and receive a bespoke meeting schedule about one week before MIP Cancun starts. Additional meetings can be organized using the MIP Cancun mobile networking tool.
In conversation with
Up close sessions with top leaders in TV content and TV co-production. Your choice of channel production and programming briefs!
A strategic moment to receive programming and production briefs directly from senior TV executives from industry-leading companies
- Intimate sessions of up to 50 delegates where top execs will talk about their programming and production strategies
- Among participating companies in 2019: Turner Latin America, Televisa Studios, Movistar+
Eat & Meet
Breakfasts and lunch events to connect you onsite with heads of programming, development executives, international TV producers and creatives.
Sit together and discover new business ideas that could lead to future cooperation, partnerships and new forms of alliances in an informal atmosphere. Each table is “hosted” by a moderator with a specific industry background, animating the discussion.
Among 2018 themes: breakfast with commissioners/ buyers, breakfast with international producers & showrunners, writers’ Lunch, etc. Sign up via the matchmaking tool.
Network with the full community of buyers, distributors & production executives during screenings, conferences, networking events and through the MIP Cancun mobile app!
The best networking opportunity with TV producers in the region to make new contacts & meet the full MIP Cancun community during exclusive screenings, coffee breaks, shared conferences, lunches, parties and the central MIP Cancun bar (all drinks are on the house!).
MIP Cancun also makes available a networking app that will allow you to contact all market participants. Need help saying hi? Our networking app will help to connect with other delegates
1-to-1 Co-Production Forum registration
Join MIP Cancun Co-Production Forum
20-22 November 2019
Moon Palace Resort, Cancun, Mexico
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
Among 2019 attendees
Alejandra Reyes Rocha
TV Literary Agent
Founder & CEO
Head of Content
VP Production & Development
Discovery Networks LatAm
Executive Manager Production
Head of Production
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