One of the few events to have taken place in attendance in 2020, MIA is once again this year an attraction for the industry’s top players, and participation is expected to be numerous. Hundreds of accredited buyers are a confirmation of the operators’ growing confidence in the territory and their intention to expand business in Italy, also thanks to MIA which has become crucial in the production of scripted and unscripted titles. 2021 features a +30% increase in the number of feature film screenings, 140+ screenings and 80+ worldwide and market previews – a clear proof of the desire to plunge back into the cinematic experience and meet face to face with distributors, directors and the international film community.
The seventh edition this year takes place from October 13 to 17 in Rome in the well-known spaces of the Barberini District, under the banner of a busy program of panels, content showcases and screenings for nearly 200 sessions over four days. Building on the experience of 2020, the on-site activity will once again be enhanced and integrated by the online activity thanks to MIA DIGITAL, a platform that allows exclusive access to thousands of users, the digital admission to all activities, and the gateway to a vast catalog of original multimedia content.
MIA – International Audiovisual Market, a unique event for international audiovisual industry leaders, creators and producers of high-quality content, is back from October 16 to 20th 2019.
MIA DOC, documentary division of MIA, and GZ DOC, the most prestigious documentary festival of the Democratic Republic of China, are proud to announce the beginning of a partnership that involves a direct and proficient collaboration.
MIA: more than 1800 accreditations and 60 thousand meetings, the numbers of success.
The market for the cinema, tv and documentary industry will take place in Rome from 19 to 23 October.
The heart of Rome will be the meeting point for the key players of the film, tv and documentary industry.
MIA – Mercato Internazionale dell’Audiovisivo: in Rome from 19 to 23 October 2017.