Event aimed at increasing co-production between London and Paris was masterminded by Film London and Ile de France Film Commission.
Television drama producers from London and Paris will take part in A Tale Of Two Cities.
Masterminded by Film London and Ile de France Film Commission, the event is aimed at making new creative and financing connections to increase co-production and collaboration between the two cities.
The producers taking part are:
Kate Sinclair, Feet Films / Company Pictures (Shameless, The White Queen)
Lachlan MacKinnon, Intrepido (Burton And Taylor, Spooks)
Stewart Mackinnon, Headline Pictures (Quartet, The Invisible Woman)
Ben Grass, Pure Grass Films (Twist, The Drake Equation)
David Tanner, Rainmark Films (The Other Man, The Special Relationship)
Dominic Barlow, Barlow Pallis Films (Garrow’s Law, The Revolution Will Be Televised)
Christine de Bourbon Busset of Lincoln TV (Pigalle la Nuit, Tony’s Revenge)
Marie Dours of Marilou Films (Guts and Glory)
Aurélie Meimon of Mademoiselle Films (The Odissey, The Invicibles)
Lauranne Bourrachot of Chic Films (A Prophet, Kabul Kitchen)
Clémentine Dabadie of Chabraque Films (The Source, The List)
Katia Raïs of Kelija (Trepalium*)
Adrian Wootton, chief executive of Film London and British Film Commission, commented: “The initiative represents a snapshot of Film London’s work to boost business, proactively create positive opportunities for our screen industries and sell the capital as a first-class city in which to do business. I hope to see this trip result in some exciting new co-productions.”
“The French public love British series, and after the success of The Returned on Chanel 4 the British public is ready for new discoveries,” added Olivier-René Veillon, CEO of Ile de France Film Commission.
A Tale Of Two Cities is for producers developing projects suitable for a UK-French co-production that would capitalise on the UK tax relief for high-end television drama and the French Tax Rebate for International Production (TRIP).
It is presented by Film London with funding from the Mayor of London and Ile de France Film Commission with funding from Ile de France Region. The event is also supported by The Langham, London, Hôtel Scribe Paris and Eurostar.