Cannes Marché du Film chief Jérôme Paillard defends badge price rise
Published on Feb 13, 2020
Market hikes accreditation prices for sales companies with offices outside official exhibition space.
Cannes Marché du Film chief Jérôme Paillard has defended a move to increase accreditation costs for sales companies not taking a stand in the official exhibition hub for its upcoming edition, running May 12-21, saying it is necessary to ensure the sustainability of the market.
Under a new pricing structure unveiled at the end of last year, sales companies not taking a stand will have to sign-up for the new, costlier, Croisette Package if they want to book screenings.
There have been growing complaints about the price
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