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Ireland on Screen Gears Up For MIPCOM 2012
03 Aug 2012 :
‘I’m a Creepy Crawly’ was sold at MIPTV last April
Registration for the Ireland on Screen Stand at MIPCOM 2012 is now officially open.

The Ireland on Screen stand will be at the MIPCOM event in Cannes from October 8-11, with support from the Irish Film Board and Enterprise Ireland.

MIPCOM is the world's entertainment content market and provides a networking opportunity for TV producers, distributors and filmmakers. The Ireland on Screen stand will be adjoined to the RTÉ booth to help promote a strong Irish presence.

The October conference’s sister event, MIPTV, saw a number of Irish production and distribution companies do business, including Monster who signed deals for its animated series ‘I’m a Creepy Crawly’ back in April. The series was sold to Discovery Networks International and aired last month.

For this year’s MIPCOM event, a support package is available, which contains exclusive and unlimited access to the exhibition and top level conferences; yearly access to MIPWORLD - the online database and networking tool to identify key targets and plan meetings in advance; and an opportunity to have your company listed on the MIPCOM 2012 Guide and Quick Guide. A subsidised participation fee per delegate is also available for €890.

Full access to the Ireland on Screen services and supports includes a networking reception; company logo display; inclusion in the Ireland on Screen at MIPCOM Brochure among others.

The deadline for inclusion in the Guide is September 6.

To participate with Ireland on Screen, please register here. For more information on all Ireland on Screen MIPCOM events please visit the Irish Film Board’s website.



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