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The Impact Of Netflix - In Conversation With
Ted Sarandos Chief Content Officer May 15th
The NEXT Pavilion - Marche du Film

Jerome Paillard, Executive Director of the Marche du Film - Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer of Netflix - Thierry Fremaux, General Delegate of the Festival de Cannes
With the rapid evolution of production and the distribution of films on a global basis as it affects the marketplace and indeed the markets themselves, the Marche du Film introduced the NEXT Pavilion in 2014, and presents forward-thinking companies and initiatives, mapping out the future of the film industry across the globe.

Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer of Netflix, the leading Internet television company, will attend In Conversation sessions at the 2015 Marche du Film, the market arm of the Festival de Cannes which runs from May 13 to 22.

"We are delighted to welcome Ted Sarandos to Cannes. Netflix is a key player among the new wave of companies using innovative approaches and enhancing technology to create new models driving the industry forward. Ted is a huge addition to our line up and extraordinarily well positioned to address some of the key themes that we will be exploring at NEXT," said Jerome Paillard the Executive Director of the Marche du Film.

Speaking for the first time during the leading Film Festival, Ted Sarandos will address new distribution models and how they impact the financing and production of films. Sarandos will be introduced by Thierry Fremaux, the General Delegate of the Festival de Cannes, and moderated by Laurent Cotillon, the Chief Editor of Le Film Francais.

Ted Sarandos said: "We are delighted to be at Cannes at such a dynamic time and look forward to an open and entertaining discussion about our industry" Ted Sarandos' session will take place on Friday, May 15, 2015 at 10am within NEXT, an exclusive program for Marche participants, dedicated to the future of cinema.

Netflix has had a decisive impact on the future of the film industry, as the world's biggest subscription-based VOD service. Over 62 million members in over 50 countries enjoying more than 100 million hours of TV shows and movies per day, making the company a forerunner in revolutionizing the way content is consumed and now produced. Netflix plans to expand into 200 countries within the next two years.

Now in its second year, NEXT presents forward-thinking companies and initiatives, mapping out the future of the film industry across the globe. All 12,000 plus badge holders registered with the Marche du Film can sign up for the series and visit the exhibitors located at NEXT.

Jerome Paillard - Photo by Pierre Stahl
 
 

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