2011 Guidelines for screeninGs neW in 2011 1. The Marché increases the number of its digital rooms: in 2011 there are 14 rooms equipped with digital cinema where you will be able to screen your DCP in 2D and 3D. 2. A 5th video room in the Gray d’Albion at a very special price: in addition to the four rooms of the Gray d’Albion we are now offering a small video room at a unique price, starting from 315 € (before VAT) for Market exhibitors. 3. save the VAT on your screenings: since 1st January foreign companies benefit from the new European regulations that allow us to invoice your screenings without taxes. 4. online catch-up screening: after their screening at the Marché, your new films will enjoy an additional visibility thanks to the Online Screening Room on cinando.com. Early June a sales campaign will urge buyers to discover on Cinando the films that they were unable to see in Cannes. THE MarcHé ScrEEning rooMS The Marché du Film offers its participants 34 screening rooms that are divided between : - Palais des Festivals - Level 3 : 7 rooms - Palais des Festivals - Level 4 : 3 rooms - Riviera – Ground floor, aisle A : 4 rooms - Lérins – 1st floor of the Riviera : 2 rooms - Cinema Les Arcades - 77, rue Félix Faure: 3 rooms - Cinema Olympia - 5 bis, rue d’Antibes : 6 rooms - Cinema Star - 98, rue d’Antibes : 4 rooms - Gray d’Albion (1st floor of the Gray d’Albion Hotel) - 38, rue des Serbes: 5 rooms rooMs equipped for 35MM prinTs dolby rooMs seATs screen (MeTers) dolby srd dTs forMATs A/sr Riviera 2 / 3 / 4 (ground floor) 63 5,70 x 2,45 X All 35 mm formats X Palais H (Level 3) 50 3,50 x 1,90 X Palais G (Level 3) 40 3,20 x 1,80 X All 35 mm formats X Arcades 1 268 8,60 x 3,57 X Arcades 2 142 5,65 x 2,43 X X X No 1,37 in these rooms Arcades 3 83 4,65 x 1,98 X X X Star 1 250 10 x 4,25 X Star 2 250 12 x 4,75 X X X Star 3 74 5,30 x 2,95 X X No 1,37 in these rooms Star 4 71 4,90 x 2,10 X Olympia 1 360 9,90 x 3,90 X Olympia 3 / 4 70 5,70 x 2,70 X No 1,37 in these rooms Olympia 5 130 6,20 x 2,70 X Olympia 6 / 7 70 4 x 1,90 X diGiTAl cineMAs And Video rooMs cineMAs seATs screen (MeTers) sound forMATs Riviera 1 (ground floor) 63 5,70 x 2,45 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 / HDCam / DigiBeta / Blu-Ray / DVD / Beta SP Lérins 1 / 2 (Riviera - 1st floor) 63 5,70 x 2,45 5,1 DCP JPEG 2000 / HDCam / DigiBeta / Blu-Ray / DVD / Beta SP Palais K "Jean-Louis Bory" (level 4) 142 5,25 x 2,20 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 / HDCam / DigiBeta / Blu-Ray / DVD / Beta SP Palais I / J (level 4) 73 4 x 2,15 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 / HDCam / DigiBeta / Blu-Ray / DVD / Beta SP Palais C (level 3) 40 3,20 x 1,80 2.0 HDCam / DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP / Blu-Ray Palais B / D / E (level 3) 40 3,20 x 1,80 2.0 DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP Palais F (level 3) 35 3,50 x 1,90 2.0 DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP Gray 1 76 4,35 x 2,45 5.1 HDCam / DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP / Blu-Ray Gray 2 45 3,81 x 2,15 2.0 HDCam / DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP / Blu-Ray Gray 3 45 2,85 x 1,60 2.0 DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP / Blu-Ray Gray 4 36 2,85 x 1,60 2.0 DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP / Blu-Ray Gray 5 15 Plasma 55’’ 2.0 DigiBeta / DVD / Beta SP Arcades 1 268 8,60 x 3,57 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 Arcades 2 142 5,65 x 2,43 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 Arcades 3 83 4,65 x 1,98 2.0 DCP JPEG 2000 Star 1 250 10 x 4,25 5,1 DCP JPEG 2000 Star 2 250 12 x 4,75 5.1 DCP JPEG 2000 Star 3 74 5,30 x 2,95 2.0 DCP JPEG 2000 Olympia 1 360 9,90 x 3,90 5,1 DCP JPEG 2000 Olympia 5 130 6,20 x 2,70 2,0 DCP JPEG 2000 Films produced prior to 2009 and films that were already screened at a previous Marché du Film are not accepted. We remind you that the Riviera and Lérins screening rooms are first reserved for Marché exhibitors. TiMe sloTs And rATes The below screening rates apply to films of 110 minutes maximum. Films with a running time between 110 minutes and 140 minutes will be invoiced at a fixed rate of an additional 25%. Above 140 minutes, the company will have to reserve two consecutive screening slots. Where trailers are concerned, a minimum of 25% of the screening rate will be invoiced for each film. The Marché du Film reserves the right to schedule a trailer or a short film at the end of a feature film running less than 110 minutes. In the case where a company would like to set up a rehearsal before the first screening, the Marché du Film will invoice it at a fixed rate of 25% of a screening fee and the test will not last longer than 30 minutes. If the company chooses to have a rehearsal longer than 30 minutes, the test will be invoiced as a full screening slot. Marché exhibitors benefit of a 10% discount on screening rates. prices rooMs for 35 MM prinTs seATs screeninG TiMes before VAT Riviera 2 / 4 (Dolby A/SR, SRD) 63 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 735 € (662 €) Riviera 3 (Dolby A/SR, SRD) 63 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 735 € (662 €) Riviera 2 / 4 (evening) 63 20h – 22h 920 € (828 €) Riviera 3 (evening) 63 20h30 – 22h30 920 € (828 €) Palais H (Dolby A/SR) 50 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 565 € (509 €) Palais G (Dolby A/SR, SRD) 40 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 565 € (509 €) Palais H (evening) 50 20h – 22h 675 € (608 €) Palais G (evening) 40 20h30 – 22h30 675 € (608 €) Arcades 1 (Dolby A/SR, SRD, DTS) 268 9h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 – 17h30 1 255 € (1130 €) Arcades 2 (Dolby A/SR, SRD, DTS) 142 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 1 100 € (990 €) Arcades 3 (Dolby A/SR) 83 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 930 € (837 €) Arcades 2 (evening) 142 20h30 - 22h30 1 255 € (1130 €) Arcades 3 (evening) 83 20h30 – 22h30 1 075 € (968 €) Star 1 / 2 (Dolby A/SR, SRD) 250 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 1 255 € (1130 €) Star 3 / 4 (Dolby A/SR) 71 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 965 € (869 €) Star 1 / 2 (evening) 250 20h - 22h 1 445 € (1301 €) Star 3 / 4 (evening) 71 19h30 - 21h30 1 135 € (1022 €) Olympia 1 (Dolby A/SR, SRD, THX) 360 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h – 18h 2 000 € (1800 €) Olympia 3 / 4 / 6 / 7 (Dolby A/SR) 70 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h – 18h 1 130 € (1017 €) Olympia 5 (Dolby A/SR) 130 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h – 18h 1 340 € (1206 €) diGiTAl cineMAs And Video rooMs seATs screeninG TiMes prices Riviera 1 / Lérins 2 (DCP JPEG 2000, HDCam, DigiBeta, Blu-Ray, DVD, 63 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 930 € (837 €) Beta SP) Lérins 1 (DCP JPEG 2000, HDCam, DigiBeta, Blu-Ray, DVD, Beta SP) 63 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 930 € (837 €) Lérins 1 (evening) 63 20h - 22h 1 075 € (968 €) Riviera 1 / Lérins 2 (evening) 63 20h30 – 22h30 1 075 € (968 €) Palais K (DCP JPEG 2000, HDCam, DigiBeta, Blu-Ray, DVD, Beta SP) 142 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 1 100 € (990 €) Palais I (DCP JPEG 2000, HDCam, DigiBeta, Blu-Ray, DVD, Beta SP) 73 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 930 € (837 €) Palais J (DCP JPEG2000, HDCam, DigiBeta, Blu-Ray, DVD, Beta SP) 73 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 930 € (837 €) Palais C (HDCam, DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP, Blu-Ray) 40 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 770 € (693 €) Palais B / D / F (DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP) 40 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 565 € (509 €) Palais E (DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP) 40 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 565 € (509 €) Palais K (evening) 142 20h30 - 22h30 1 255 € (1130 €) Palais I (evening) 73 20h30 - 22h30 1 075 € (968 €) Palais J (evening) 73 20h - 22h 1 075 € (968 €) Palais C (evening) 40 20h30 – 22h30 890 € (801 €) Palais B / D / F (evening) 40 20h – 22h 675 € (608 €) Palais E (evening) 40 20h30 – 22h30 675 € (608 €) Gray 1 (HDCam, DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP, Blu-Ray) 76 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 930 € (837 €) Gray 2 (HDCam, DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP, Blu-Ray) 45 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 770 € (693 €) Gray 3 (DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP, Blu-Ray) 45 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 565 € (509 €) Gray 4 (DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP, Blu-Ray) 36 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 - 17h30 565 € (509 €) Gray 5 (DigiBeta, DVD, Beta SP) 15 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h 350 € (315 €) Gray 1 (evening) 76 20h 1 075 € (968 €) Gray 2 (evening) 45 19h30 890 € (801 €) Gray 3 (evening) 45 20h 675 € (608 €) Gray 4 (evening) 36 19h30 675 € (608 €) Gray 5 (evening) 15 20h 350 € (315 €) Arcades 1 (DCP JPEG 2000) 268 9h30 - 13h30 - 15h30 – 17h30 Arcades 2 (DCP JPEG 2000) 142 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h - 20h30 - 22h30 An additional 100 € Arcades 3 (DCP JPEG 2000) 83 9h30 - 11h30 - 13h30 -15h30 -17h30 per screening Star 1 (DCP JPEG 2000) 250 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h – 20h – 22h Star 2 (DCP JPEG 2000) 250 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h - 18h – 20h – 22h An additional 100 € Star 3 (DCP JPEG 2000) 74 9h30-11h30-13h30-15h30-17h30-19h30-21h30 per screening Olympia 1 (DCP JPEG 2000) 360 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h – 18h An additional 100 € Olympia 5 (DCP JPEG 2000) 130 10h - 12h - 14h - 16h – 18h per screening Further to the new European regulations, the screenings reserved by foreign companies will be invoiced without taxes. Marché exhibitors benefit of a 10% discount on screening rates. 2K diGiTAl cineMA projecTions In 2011, the Marché du Film and XDC equip new screening rooms in 2K Digital Cinema: Palais I, J and K on the 4th floor of the Palais as well as Riviera 1, Lérins 1 and Lérins 2 in the Riviera. Eight other rooms in the cinemas in Cannes are also equipped to screen digitally: Arcades 1, 2 and 3, Star 1, 2 and 3, Olympia 1 and 5. This forMAT offers seVerAl AdVAnTAGes : - The quality of the projection (no scratches or wear of the reel) - No issues during reel changes - The advantages of the hard disk on which different versions and subtitles can be loaded. - Content security (encryption) - When a print cannot be ready in time, a 2K D-Cinema screening is the best solution as far as quality and profitability are concerned. As Official Technical Partner of the Marché du Film, XDC charges a very special rate of € 1 500 (before VAT) for a Digital Cinema JPEG2000 encoding (for 2D movies). This rate is only applicable if all the deliverables (subtitles, picture and sound) are delivered by friday, 29 April 2011 at the latest. Otherwise XDC will charge you for the price indicated on their price list. Obviously we highly recommend shipping deliverables as soon as they are ready, preferably before this deadline since there are many movies to be processed at the same time. This flat fee of € 1 500 (plus VAT) includes conformation, encoding, encryption and quality checks for one language and subtitle version. The digital print is generated at XDC’s expenses and will be recycled after the Festival. An encrypted backup is kept at XDC in case of digital release. Additional costs out of the usual workflow are not included. Source material to be submitted to XDC for D-Cinema encoding: - Picture Files: HD or 2K files or file sequences: TIFF, DPX, BMP, ProRes… - HD Master: Sony HDCAM-SR, HDCAM or Panasonic HD-D5 - Sound: 6 channel mix, mono or stereo soundtrack on tape or in files (WAV, AIF) - Subtitles: burnt-in the picture, STL-EBU file, SRT file, general timecoded text file, Cinecanvas™ XML… XDC will send a detailed technical specifications’ document upon request. You will find more information about the company at www.xdcinema.com. for any technical matter as well as shipment of your source material, please contact: Xdc international - content lab Michael Gillessen le pôle image de liège - 36 rue de Mulhouse - 4020 liège - belgium Tel.: +32 4 364 12 00 - fax: +32 4 364 12 99 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org 3d screeninGs XpanD, an official technical partner of the Marché du Film, equips six Marché screening rooms with its 3D solution : Palais I, J and K as well as Riviera 1 Lérins 1 and 2. XpanD which was created by industry veterans in theatrical exhibition, film production and distribution is now a global leader in active 3D technology. The active glasses work on a system of alternative shutter of each eye with therefore no alteration in the image due to a filter or any polarization. XpanD 3D technology allows 3D screenings on a regular matte white screen which guarantees perfect light uniformity and optimal brightness without any colour distortion. An additional fee of 100 € (before VAT) per screening will be charged for 3D glasses in the Palais and Riviera rooms. This additional fee will be equal to 150 € (before VAT) in Arcades 3 and Star 3 and 200 € (before VAT) in Arcades 1 and 2, Star 1 and 2, Olympia 1 and 5. dolby diGiTAl cineMA And TApe-bAsed screeninG supporT serVices As a technical partner of the Festival and the Marche, Dolby is offering engineering support, consultation and equipment-rental to help ensure screenings are to the highest technical standards. support type 1: dolby engin eering screening support A Dolby engineer will be on hand to help with all aspects of picture and sound for your film and to ensure the highest standard of presentation (140 € plus taxes per 2-hour screening slot with 50% discount for rehearsals up to 30 minutes in length). support type 2: dolby engineer + dMA8 multi-channel VTr audio interface Choose this support type to add rental of the necessary Dolby audio interfacing equipment for HDCam (SR) / DigiBeta type screenings to achieve correct sound and picture synchronisation, audio channel routing, picture setup, and overall interfacing (220 € plus taxes per 2-hour screening slot - HDCam or DigiBeta machine not supplied). support type 3: dolby engineer + dMA8 + d-cinema server rental A Dolby engineer will check the venue and connect a Dolby D-Cinema server to an existing 2K D-Cinema projector and cinema sound system (520 € plus taxes per 2-hour screening slot). support type 4: full bespoke digital cinema server and projector rental for 2d or 3d Price on application. This service is tailor-made to your needs with Dolby supplying the necessary Digital Cinema projector and server in order to upgrade a venue to full 2D or Dolby 3D Digital Cinema. For further technical information about the service or screening venues in Cannes, please contact Kelly parsons at email@example.com, on +44 (0)1793 84 21 00 (phone), or on +44 (0)7785 95 42 21 (mobile). cineMA les ArcAdes: A dynAMic MediA AreA for your filMs The newly renovated lobby of the Cinema Les Arcades offers 8 dynamic screens to all sales agents who are presenting their film at the Marché to maximize their presence in Cannes. While waiting for the next screening, Marché and Festival attendees will benefit from the preview showing of your trailers, your line-up or the first shots of your upcoming production. The day before your screening (from 10am to 10.30pm) or on the day of your screening (from 10am on) and eventually during the whole Festival, you can promote your film by indicating the date and time of your next presentation. The Arcades lobby has been specially designed and set up with 8 screens: 6 screens of 32’’ and 2 screens of 42’’. 24 hours before your screening, your 3 minute clip will run on a continuous loop at least twice an hour (or more often depending on the space available). Prices and technical elements - 150 € plus taxes for 48 hours and a collection of clips - Discount rate starting from 4 films presented by the same distributor - Technical IT and video (MPEG2) specifications will be forwarded upon request - Technical elements should be sent to the Marché du Film (see below) or directly to the Arcades cinema – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org -for your booking, please contact the Marché du film: danièle birgé – head of screenings department Tel: +33 (0)1 53 59 61 30 (or 61 46) - email : email@example.com Access To rooMs And inforMATion In order of priority the access to Marché du Film screening rooms is reserved to the following : 1 - Those who have a Marché du Film badge with a mauve stripe 2 - Those who have another type of Marché du Film badge 3 - Those who have an invitation issued by the Marché du Film: the Screenings Department issues invitations and gives them in Cannes to the company representing the film. No other invitation is accepted. 4 - Journalists registered with the Festival de Cannes People with a transferable badge or a temporary badge as well as people with a Festival badge cannot attend the Marché screening rooms. They cannot enter the rooms without an invitation issued by the Marché. It is possible to limit the access to screenings by informing the Marché on friday, 22 April 2011 at the latest. In this case, the screening can be listed as: • “By invitation only” (invitations must be requested in advance from the Screenings Department and are collected in Cannes) • “No press” • Or the screening can be totally private: it is not listed in the Pocket or the Daily and not forwarded to the press The Screenings Department immediately forwards any changes in schedule (such as title, screening room, screening time…) to the trades in Cannes. However we cannot guarantee that these changes will be included in the daily editions of all trades due to the time needed to print. Checks at the entrance to screening rooms are carried out by Marché du Film personnel, responsible for applying both the priority access and security rules established by the Marché. All companies having reserved screenings are required to respect these rules and are, in no case whatsoever, allowed to intervene when spectators are being filtered at the entrance to rooms. lisT of people ATTendinG screeninGs Marché du Film personnel scans the badges at the entrance of the Marché rooms which enables individual lists to be drawn up of all those attending screenings. These lists, which include the name of the company and their details in Cannes, are available a few hours after the end of the screening on www.marchedufilm.com. However, the Marché du Film cannot be held responsible in the case where a list is not available or is incomplete and the sales company cannot request compensation. TerMs of cAncellATion - Any screening cancelled by 1st April 2011 will be reimbursed in full. - from 2 April on, the screening will be partly reimbursed only if the slot cancelled has been taken by another company but 15% of the amount will be withheld to cover administrative costs. - Films selected for the Official Competition, Un Certain Regard, the Directors’ Fortnight or the Critics’ Week must first be screened within their selection. If the screening reserved at the Marché du Film precedes the date of the official one, the company may cancel the Marché screening and be reimbursed (85% of the amount) on condition that the screening is cancelled by 30 April 2011 at the latest. Again administrative costs (15% of the cancelled amount) will be withheld from the refund. - Any cancellation made from 1st May 2011 on will be invoiced in full. sTocK filMs The Stock Films is open and can be contacted from Wednesday 4 May to sunday 22 May 2011 included. The Stock is not set up before 4 May and is dismantled on 23 May. It is impossible to contact its staff before May 4 or after May 23. Please contact the Screenings Department instead. The Marché du Film is only responsible for the storage of prints in the Stock Films and their transport to the various screening rooms. All additional costs are the shipper’s responsibility. sTocK filMs – MArche du filM palais des festivals – level 01 – Aisle 19 esplanade Georges pompidou - 06400 cAnnes Tel. : +33 (0)4 92 99 81 82 - fax : +33 (0)4 92 99 86 50 - email : firstname.lastname@example.org diGiTAl And Video MATeriAl - Digital prints must be exclusively received on portable hard disks in jpeG 2000 format. The DCP needs to have an external power supply and the 2.5” self powered disks are totally forbidden. The removable storage memory (such as USB keys) with file system Fat 32 must not exceed 4 Go.In Cannes the CST has a service to create specific KDM for the sales or production companies in case they would need it. - The DCP must be received at the latest 48 hours before the first screening. The decryption key (KdM) must be operative as soon as the dcp is received and must remain so until the end of the last screening. In the case where a DCP is received less than 48 hours before the first screening or the KDM cannot be opened 48 hours in advance, the Marché du Film cannot guarantee the screening and this without the company being able to claim any refunding. If a technical problem occurs due to the DCP’s late delivery or a KDM problem, the Marché du Film reserves the right to cancel the screening if it might prevent the following screening from starting on time. However the screening will still be due in full. This rule also applies when the DCP is delivered digitally (Smartjog…). - The DCP must be sent in appropriate packaging to avoid any damage of the disk. In the case where a DCP is sent in a packaging that is not secure enough, the company that has reserved the screening is answerable to the Marché du Film for all possible deterioration of the material and the Marché might request the company to sign a letter of discharge. - The Marché du Film makes a quality check of the tapes (HDCam, Digibeta and Beta SP) and DVDs and their colour grading and timing. In order to be able to carry this check out, the material must be delivered to the Marché Stock Films at the latest 48 hours before the first screening. In the case where the material is delivered less than 48 hours before the first screening, the Marché du Film cannot guarantee the screening and this without the company being able to claim any refunding. - Only DVDs made by a laboratory are accepted; DVDs burnt on a computer risk creating problems during the screening. As rooms only have one video deck, we recommend that you provide a single tape, from 90 to 120 minutes according to the length of the film, so as to avoid a break in the middle of the screening. - DVD’s, tapes and hard disks may be delivered directly to the stock films from Wednesday 4 May on. The material can be collected from the Stock the day after the last screening and at the latest by sunday 22 May. After this date, the material will be given to our transport agent, FILMAIR SERVICES, who will send it back upon request or else destroy it after 120 days. sMArTjoG diGiTAl deliVery serVices for screeninGs For the 4th consecutive year SmartJog, global leader in digital delivery for cinema, provides secure digital delivery services for Marché attendees with SmartFestival. In collaboration with Viapass, they will offer the most efficient way for producers and distributors to send their content to the Marché. - you need to receive a feature film or a trailer urgently? The digital delivery – SmartFestival – is available throughout the Festival to receive your DCP and video content promptly and securely directly to the Palais des Festivals or to digital theatres in Cannes and therefore avoiding the stress of physical media or hard disk handling. - next steps For rates and a list of outputs available, contact SmartJog directly. When you are ready to send your content and if you already have a SmartJog account, contact your local post house and give them your SmartJog account number and information for the delivery. Or, contact SmartJog to receive the list of mastering facilities that are connected to the SmartJog network. Once the content is received, it will be ready for pick up at Viapass (on DVD, Blu Ray, Hard Drive...) which has an office located in the Palais. - our commitments • Reliable digital delivery platform • Secure and trusted electronic delivery using a private network • A perfect compliance of your files at reception • Your content delivered within a few hours (transfer of long feature film DCPs in less than 48h) • 24/7 network monitoring and support available please contact smartjog to get our rate card for sending dcps and video material to cannes: - in paris: Mélodie hoppenot, sales executive Tel: +33 1 5868 6212 / Cell: +33 6 8715 0888 / Email: email@example.com - in los Angeles: christiane ducasse, sr director, sales Tel: +1 310 315 9318 / Cell: +1 310 435 4063 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org deliVery And picKup of prinTs froM europeAn union counTries Prints sent from European Union countries may be delivered directly to the Marché stock films. They must reach us on Monday, 9 May 2011 at the latest. "MARCHE DU FILM" must be written on all packages and the film reels must be numbered. Prints must be collected at the Stock Films by sunday 22 May at the latest. After this date, they will be given to FILMAIR SERVICES. Any company, whose prints have not been collected by 22 May, must contact Filmair Services that will send the prints back at the company’s expenses. Any material or equipment which remains unclaimed after 120 days will automatically be destroyed. dispATch And reTurn of prinTs froM counTries ouTside The europeAn union Prints must reach one of our official transport agents, FILMAIR SERVICES or MARTINI TECHNOTRANS on Monday, 9 May 2011 at the latest. filMAir serVices MArTini TechnoTrAns rue de la croix – ZA du Moulin 8, rue notre dame - bp 91 95700 roissy en frAnce 06400 cAnnes Tel.: +33 (0)1 34 38 63 00 Tel.: +33 (0)4 92 59 27 27 fax: +33 (0)1 34 29 94 14 fax: +33 (0)4 93 68 38 11 email: email@example.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org "MARCHE DU FILM" must be written on all packages and the film reels must be numbered.These prints are the object of a Temporary Admission ruling, once the transport agent has made a declaration to French customs.If you bring prints with you as registered luggage, they must be handed over to one of our transport agents above at either Paris or Nice airports for customs control and clearance. Only once these formalities have been completed, will the transport agent be able to deliver the prints to the Marché Stock Films. At the end of the Marché, the prints will automatically be returned by the Marché du Film to the same transport agent who dealt with the customs import formalities. In the absence of transport agent, the prints will be given to FILMAIR SERVICES that will send them back at the companies’ expenses. Any material which remains unclaimed after 120 days will automatically be destroyed. pleAse noTe: we would like to remind you that express courier companies (FedEx, DHL, UPS, TNT, etc…) are not authorized to carry out Temporary Admission formalities for any merchandise they are shipping. Prints which are sent from countries outside the European Union through their services run the risk of being blocked by French customs . TechnicAl pArTners The Marché du Film thanks all its exclusive technical providers for their continuous support.
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