The definitive guide to attending the Cannes Film Festival, for filmmakers and film industry professionals, since 1997.
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What is the Cannes Film Festival?
The Cannes Film Festival, or more correctly, the Festival de Cannes, is a 12 day event which takes place in the resort town of Cannes, on the Mediterranean coast in southeastern France. It is widely acknowledged to be world’s most prestigious film festival, famous for its red carpet premieres and glamorous parties.
Alongside the film festival, the Festival de Cannes also runs the Marche du Film, the world’s largest film market and industry event. The Marche du Film is attended by thousands of film industry professionals and is the main tradeshow of the year, making it the most important date in the calender for any filmmaker serious about their craft.