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FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN 2014/15 SPONSORS pack Let’s build a WINNING PARTNERSHIP TOGETHER! SECOND EDITION Gaumont Champs-Elysées INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL PARIS
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL An unmissable event! First-class programme Prestigious venues Evening events, ceremonies, meet the stars, directors, actors, professionals of French and Indian cinema, the institutions and companies… independent films, Bollywood films, classic films feature films, short films fiction, animation, video art, documentaries Some 30 Indian films Venues Guest of honour Guests Juries Organisers Programme Media Ceremonies Evening events The Catalogue READ The Extravagant India ! booklet and catalogue The Booklet 7-day festival
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL Ubifrance experts, Chambers of Commerce, owners of Western companies in India all agree: if you are going to operate in India it is vital you understand Indian culture and the sensitivities of Indian people. Placing this at the heart of your strategy is the only sure way to guarantee success. Increase your chances of success! To operate successfully in India you need to understand the Indian culture “Extravagant India !” helps promote Indian culture in France and throughout Europe Extravagant india!
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL The “Extravagant India !” programme showcases India’s extraordinary diversity and richness, its modernity, economic power, its age-old culture, the concerns of its population and the challenges it faces. A wide diversity of films, all rigorously-selected - fiction, animation, video art, documentaries - feature films, short films - independent films, Bollywood films, classic films Bringing together the artists (stars, directors, actors), professionals of French and Indian cinema, institutions and companies from both countries. Evenings, debates and other prestigious events Opportunities to watch, ponder, discuss, exchange and build. Cinema is the best way to engage with India, to offer it a prestigious showcase Take a positive step for your company and spread the word that India is one of the greatest economic powers of the future
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL Together, let’s build a partnership - to use a dynamic festival to win support - to lay the perfect foundation for your projects with Indian partners Let’s embark on a winning partnership - today! Image and strategy Don’t miss out, become a partner! Let’s put our heads together Promote your brand Partner benefits Extensive brand exposure 7 th art and conviviality Bring your whole company on board Festival sponsorship team Extravagant india!
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN 27, avenue des Champs-Elysees Paris Subway : Line 1 and 9, station. Franklin Roosevelt - Bus : Line and 93, station. Rond point des Champs-Elysees - Velib : Station. 27, rue de Marignan CINEMA GAUMONT CHAMPS-ELYSEES MARIGNAN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK Take a positive step: link your brand to Indian culture Get an Indian identity Add an Indian “gene” to your company’s DNA Help promote India and Indian cinema Win the support of Indians and their institutions Cinema: a booming industry that unites all aspects of Indian society Promoting Indian cinema is getting to the heart of the Indian soul France and India are two of very few countries who have a century-old cinema tradition and such a passion for images. In fact, every three months the equivalent of the whole Indian population (one billion two hundred thousand people) visits the cinema. India has over 10,000 multiplexes and produces more than 1,200 feature films each year. image and strategy
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK “Extravagant India !” - come on board and get your whole company involved Sponsor a film or a section, look after and support a competition artist. don’t miss out, become a sponsor! Sponsor a competition feature film Venue, 3 days’ accommodation and looking after the lead actor or the director of the feature film the spotlight on your company throughout the first day the film shows promotion of your company at a meeting/debate with your guest artist invite your guests to an exclusive dinner with your star Sponsor a competition documentary Same conditions as feature film sponsorship or promotion of your company (film director not present) Sponsor a competition short Same conditions as feature film sponsorship or promotion of your company (film director not present) Sponsor the retrospective/tribute Play host to the personality under the same conditions as feature film sponsorship Sponsor the classic film section (3 to 4 films) Sponsor the preview trailer night
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK Sponsor one of our fabulous evening events Cocktail/sponsorship evening (launch of sponsorships) The opening ceremony The closing ceremony Exclusive opening ceremony or closing ceremony dinner Exclusive, invitation-only evening events Sponsor the juries’ dinner/deliberations President of the 2013 fiction jury Coline Serreau, President of the documentary jury Euzhan Palcy, President of the short film jury Jean-Charles Mille. Present a prize in your company’s name Best actor, Best film, Best director, Best documentary, Best short film. Sponsor the Paris travel of festival guests Sponsor the accommodation of festival guests Sponsor the printing and/or distribution of the festival materials Posters, flyers, catalogues, invitations So many ways to get involved We are open to any other ideas, even if they are “extravagant”! Let’s work together to create together! let’s work together, let’s create together
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN - Your company alongside us at our stand at Cannes Film Festival market and our Cannes press conference The Cannes Firm Festival market attracts over 11,700 participants. Our stand is opposite the stands of the Indian institutions, producers and distributors. - Speak at the fabulous evening events Press conferences in Paris, Cannes, Mumbai, Goa, cocktail/sponsorship evenings, festival opening and closing ceremonies - Your promotional videos shown during festival week - for a full day if you are hosting the director or actor of the day - before the film you are sponsoring - Speak at the “meet the artists” event for your sponsored film - Possibility to organize games on the Gaumont website (4 million views a month) - Your logo on the website homepage and on all media and materials among which the Gaumont’s montly review ( copies) - Your advertising materials, flyers in the “Extravagant India!” bags - Your inserts and banners on all media (catalogue, website during the festival and at all other times) France or India - our partners are king! INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK promote your brand PRESS CONFERENCES CHANDIGHAR CANNES DEHLI PARIS MUMBAI GOA
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK - The Festival trailer in France and India Partnership with IMCL Distribution Network - Hinduja Group. Indusind Media&Communication Ltd, a subsidiary of Hinduja Ventures Ltd, is the pioneer and one of the biggest integrated media companies in India. It reaches 3 millions Indian homes linked to the cable network and 5 million who are not connected, a total of 48 million people (in India, the average number of people watching the same television is 6). CVO-Indian movie channel InDigital Music-Indian Music Channel InDigital Movies-AD free channel Shop 24 M-Plex-shopping/Entertainment Channel - Your logo in the different magazines published by our partner Media India Group - World’s Window to India Media India Group (MIG) is a global platform based in France and India that encompasses publishing, communications, consultancy and representation services (sales and marketing activities) to promote your business in India or Europe. Media India works with around 100 people around the world, 20% of whom are specialised consultants, analysts and experts, located in Paris, London, Madrid, Brussels, New York, Mauritius, Dubai, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Lucknow. Media India publishes 5 magazines, three of them specialising in the promotion of tourism and business in India and Europe. Publications: India & You, Indes, Destino la India, India Outbond. Languages: French, English, Spanish and German. www://www.mediaindia.eu partner benefits Our media partners will promote your brand in France and India
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK - Press packs - Posters - Vertical banners (Kakemonos) - Flyers - Catalogues - Festival trailer on Indian TV - Festival trailer at Gaumont Champs Elysées - Festival trailer in all the towns who will show “Extravagant India!” mini festivals - Website - Making of the festival (interview with you) - Programmes and calendars - Banderoles - Inserts and banners - Your logo on the cinema screen during debates and at the Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony a,d in the reception hall level -1 of the Gaumont Champs Elysées theater. extensive brand exposure Media/promotional materials
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK - Regular meetings throughout 2014 with our French and English sponsors, partners and patrons - Opening Ceremony Introduction of Festival guests, the jury, the partners and sponsors Invitation-only - Closing Ceremony The awards - Fabulous evening events Dinner/cocktails with the guests of honour, prominent figures from the world of cinema, business and the institutions - Exclusive cocktail and dinner party hosted by the Indian Ambassador - Encounters/Debates with specialists in French and Indian cinema “Extravagant India !” - great films and a convivial atmosphere 7th art and conviviality
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN INTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVALPARIS INDIA WEEK - Interviews - VIP seats - Dinners - Priority booking for all film showings - Accreditations - Free Festival bags and catalogues - Cinema seats for your employees Involve your teams, clients and partners in France and India get your whole company involved
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN Festival sponsorship team PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL Gabriele Brennen Sponsorship, General Delegate Tel : +33-(0) Skype : gabriele.brennen Krikor Hamel Sponsorship manager for France, catalogue advertising Tel : + 33-(0) Patricia Soreau Sponsorship, Organisation, Professional encounters Tel : + 33-(0) Georges Touati Sponsorship, Special advisor Tel : + 33-(0) Pierre Assouline Sponsorship, Feature film programming Tel : + 33-(0) Sandrine Julie Angelscott Sponsorship, Organisation Tel : + 33-(0) Jeanne Truong Sponsorship, Patronage Tel : + 33 (0) Myriam Lothammer Sponsorship, Patronage Tel : + 33-(0) Antonin Devillers Sponsors, Patronage Tel : +33-(0) Nicolas Chirot Sponsors, Patronage Tel : +33-(0) Ranvir Nayar Sponsorship manager for India, Franco-Indian relations Tel : + 33-(0) Pawan Manchanda Sponsorship, Advisor to institutional and private partners Tel : Ramesh Tekwan Sponsorship, Organisation, Short film programming Tel : Manoj Srivastava Sponsorship, Programming Tel : Pradeep Narain Sponsorship, Special advisor Tel : + 33-(0) INDE FRANCE
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN The festival team PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL Gabriele Brennen General Delegate Ranvir Nayar Franco-Indian relations, Indian sponsors Patricia Soreau Organisation, Professional encounters François Vila Organisation, Communications, Press Bérengère Bebe Barrier Social networks, Special events Manoj Srivastava Programming Pierre Assouline Feature film programming Ramesh Tekwani Organisation, Short film programming Elke Hartmann Programming assistant Maïa Dabaji Programming assistant Virginie Gérard Communications, web, print & multimedia Roxanne Brennen Logo Krikor Hamel Sponsorship manager/catalogue advertising Pawan Manchanda Advisor to institutional and private partners Sandrine Julie Angelscott Organisation Pradeep Narain Special advisor Georges Touati Special advisor Jeanne Truong Patronage, Sponsorship Myriam Lothammer Patronage, Sponsorship Camille Rozelle Public relations Solenne Marsepoil Public relations Jeannine Kisilak Public relations Michèle Rabillat Public relations Gilbert Massengue Accounts Ester Garbujo Documentation Plus Benoit Delplace Caroline Agrati
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN Manoj Srivastava He is strategic consultant for Bollywood City Maharashtra. Formerly Chief executive of the Entertainment Society of Goa, which co-organises the IFFI (International Film Festival of India) where he was involved in programming. On joining the Directorate of Film Festivals he organised the National Film Awards. He was also observer at the film market of the Berlinale 2012/2013. Actor, director, author of numerous major books on cinema, he gives lectures all over the world, co-organises many festivals and sits on juries. He recently published Wide Angle - History of the Indian cinema (Penguin). He is also author of Young minds of Indian Cinema and The big encyclopaedia of Indian Cinema. Ramesh Tekwani Artistic director of Take One Audio Visuals. He has directed more than 500 ads, documentaries and shorts, including business videos and television series. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Film Federation of India, president of Docs & Shorts and advisor in the Competence section of the Council for Media and Entertainment. With his specialist knowledge of Indian shorts he chairs numerous discussion forums in India (IFFI, AIFF Ahmedabad, Docedge SRFTI Kolkata, ISFF-Kerala ) and abroad (Asian Side of the doc Hong Kong). At the not-for-profit association Docs and Shorts he brings together directors from all over India, making films of varying lengths in different genres and languages Pierre Assouline Director of Onlyfilms (Paris) and Westeast Films (Mumbai). In his role as distributor he has promoted the films of Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen, Jean-Luc Godard, André Techiné, Lino Brocka, Shaji Karun... He has written and produced films including Vanaprastham - The Last Dance directed by Shaji Karun (music by Zakir Hussain) which was included in the official selection at the Cannes Film Festival and won the Best Film award at the National Indian Awards in 2000 (Indian Oscar for the best film). He has lived in India since 2005 and was executive producer for the Indian part of the film The Experiment with Adrian Brody. He is a specialist in Indian independent film and Indian spirituality and has translated texts such as Bhagavad-Gita and Bhagavat-Purana. Founder members: a solid team PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL Gabriele Brennen Creator of the Extravagant India! concept (Festival at the Péniche Cinéma in 2009), she also conceived the Peniche Cinema Short Film Evenings and handled the programming for the event. She was associate editor of the programme Chemin d’artistes produced for Arte by Images et Compagnie, director of the short film L’écrivain which won awards including the jury prize at the IFFI Goa and the Golden Camera award at the Nagesh Film Festival. She wrote the script for the feature films Sarah and L’Ecrivain and is playwright at the Bethune National Theatre Centre, director of communications at the International French Language Theatre and a translator, notably of Goethe’s Clavigo (Lamaneur/éditions Compact) and of Arthur Schnitzler’s La Comédie des mots (Actes Sud).
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN Ranvir Nayar He founded the Media India group in 2004 and has since been director of this global platform, based in France and India, which specialises in communication, publishing and consulting. The organisation promotes the establishment of French companies in India and Indian companies in France. Previously a journalist, Ranvir Nayar has more than 20 years of professional experience in the media including at CNBC, the BBC, Ananda Bazar Patrika, Bennet Coleman and the Indo-Asian News Service. He has an excellent understanding of the links which unite India with the rest of the world and knowledge of all the points of intersection. Media India publishes 5 magazines, in French, English and Spanish. François Vila His passion for the cinema led him to organise short film nights in Paris (Kinopanorama, Max Linder, Palais des Congrès...) which were the springboard for many directors and actors. He is constantly involved in a number of festivals, working on different aspects including programming, press relations and organisation. He has been press officer for film releases for more than 20 years with, to his credit, more than 200 films from all four corners of the world. For Indian cinema, this includes films directed by Jahnu Barua, Ismael Merchand and Vijay Sing. A few years ago he created Mise en Lumiere to develop and produce the performing arts. Founder members: a solid team Patricia Soreau She has been involved in the organisation of theatre and film festivals (Pasolini Film Festival, Festival of African films), collaborated with Michel Laurent in the administration of theatre companies (Bruno Bayen, etc) and in the creation of GOTHA (Guide to theatre and artistic organisations). A director at the joint venture Les Films d’ici (Richard Copans) and at Les Films du passage (Paolo Branco), she also works together with Felix Samba Ndaye at Almadies Films. An associate of MPA and then of Opale Productions, she co-produced French, African and European documentaries. She designed and supervised a training programme for production managers for the European Union and was in charge of the production section at Efficom until She discovered Indian culture when preparing Ali Mobarek’s documentary on Indian sacred songs. Benoît Delplace His background is visual art but his heart lies in the world of culture. From the graphic arts He moved over to shorts, directing Impasse and writing Têtes de pioches, a comedy screenplay for a feature film and ideas for series, several of which are in the process of being finalised. A lover of travel and multi-cultural exchange, he is totally captivated by the fabulous diversity Of contemporary India. PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM INDIEN PARIS INDIA WEEKINTERNATIONAL INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL and… Krikor Hamel Krikor Hamel was born in Sao Paolo and studied architecture at "L'Institut des Beaux-Arts de Paris“. He specialises in animation with 5 full length films at the Gaumont, a number of series and pilots for Walt Disney France and some advertising films. He also shoots documentary films for French TV and has won awards including the “Best Report”. He wrote, produced and directed Paradjanov: Le Dernier Collage, a full length documentary-fiction film shown at Cannes starring Robert Hossein, Jean Luc Godard, Marina Vlady, Tonino Guerra, Ardavazt Pelechian and Sergei Paradjanov. He is founder and director of publications for "Le Magazine des Commerçants”. Pawan Manchanda As a marketing and advertising professional, Pawan Manchanda has connections with leading national and international companies and Indian state governments. Backed by a solid network and a team of legal and financial advisors, Pawan specialises in setting up joint ventures on behalf of private investors in the film, real estate, iT and energy sectors. Pawan Manchanda is the Founder Chairman of Global Village Group India, an NGO that is working to implement Each 1, Donate 1, a universal programme targeting the right to food, education, employment and medication. Georges Touati Georges Touati has been a Director of film and television academies for over 25 years -1988: IDHECOM (Institute for higher national studies in Communications) -1989: ISEC (Preparatory college for entrance into the national school of cinematography) -1990: ESRA (French Audiovisual Academy) : EICAR (International Film and Television School ) He is a member of the FICAM (the largest federation for the film and television industries). He is also a member of the Pôle Nord Est Parisien, an umbrella organisation for all audiovisual companies, research centres and film, television and multimedia schools. Patron, with Luc Besson, of the “OMJA” prize awarded to young people in the disadvantaged Paris suburb of Aubervilliers. Georges Touati has an Arts degree He is the author of a work about speaking before a jury.