• April 2019

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Sargent-Disc Returns to Cannes for the 69th Film Festival

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Summary

Sargent-Disc and affiliates attended the 69th Festival de Cannes this year, where we attended and supported several events. We reflect on the highlights of this year's Festival.

Sargent-Disc Returns to Cannes

Awards

 

The winners of the 2016 Cannes awards were revealed on Sunday 22nd May, selected by the juries out of a wide selection of talent present at the festival this year. The Competition Jury was headed up by Australian film director George Miller and consisted of directors Arnaud Desplechin and Laszlo Nemes, producer Katayoon Shahabi, actresses Kirsten Dunst, Valeria Golino and Vanessa Paradis, and actors Mads Mikkelsen and Donald Sutherland.

The prestigiousPalme d'Orwas awarded toI, Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach, a film that documents what happens when a man in Newcastle can no longer do his job due to illness, and then loses his sickness benefits. Xavier Dolan'sIt's Only the End of the WorldtookThe Grand Prix, whilst theAward for Best Directorwas shared between Cristian Mungiu'sGraduation, and the filmPersonal Shopper, directed by Olivier Assayas. TheJury Prizewas awarded to British Director Andrea Arnold'sAmerican Honey.

 

Click here for the full list of the 2016 Festival de Cannes Awards

 

 

Women in Film and Television

 

Once again Sargent-Disc were proud to support the Women in Film and Television (WFTV) Brunch at Cannes this year. Held on the Coutts boat, the event brought senior women working across the film industry in Europe, North America and Australasia together to network in an intimate setting.  

 

 

WFTVBrunch

 (Ina Fichman - WFTV Canada, Cassandra Sigsgaard - Jeva Films, Kate Kinnimont - WFTV, Rebecca Lang, Beryl Richards)

 

 

International Producers Reception

 

Sargent-Disc, along with their affiliates, EP Financial Solutions, Canada Film Capital and EP Canada, hosted a reception at La Plage Royale on the opening weekend of the festival. Attended by over 200 producers and financiers from across the globe, it provided an excellent opportunity for them to network.

 

 

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(John Hadity, Joe Chianese - EP Financial Solutions, Cheryl Nex - EP Canada, Laurence Sargent, Lara Sargent, Sarah McKenzie - Sargent-Disc, David Carter - Canada Film Capital)

 

We would like to thank The Production Guild of Great Britain, The Producers Guild of America, The Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television, The Irish Film Board, The Canadian Media Producers Association, The British Film Commission, The Independent Film and Television Alliance, and The Association of Film Commissions International, for their help connecting international producers attending Cannes.

 

 

Variety 411 Panel - Production Incentives Webinar

 

Sargent-Disc's Director Laurence Sargent chaired the Variety production incentives webinar onState of the Slate: Feature Films at The Cannes International Film Festival.

 

Panellists:

Joe Chianese, EVP, EP Financial Solutions
Finola Dwyer, Producer/Owner Wildgaze Films
Roger Frappier, Executive Producer, Max Films
Samantha Perahia, Head of Production UK, British Film Commission
Ilya Stewart, Executive Producer, Hype Productions


 
Moderated by:

Dr. Laurence Sargent, Director, Sargent Disc

 

 

Variety Webinar

(Laurence Sargent - Sargent-Disc, Joe Chianese - EP Financial Solutions, Samantha Perahia - British Film Commission, Ilya Stewart - Hype Productions, Roger Frappier - Max Films, Finola Dwyer - Wildgaze Films)

 

 

The panel discussed a selection of the global incentives currently available, including those offered in Canada, the UK, and in the US such as the New York State Film Tax Credit and the Georgia Tax Credit, as well as the benefits and limitations of co-productions. Some potential upcoming sources of incentives were also highlighted, such as China following the completion of Wanda Studios Qingdao.

 

 

Watch the full State of the Slate: Feature Films at The Cannes International Film Festivalwebinar here.

 

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