Brazilian delegation for Content London

Brazilian Content has announced a delegation to Content London to to boost coproduction and licensing opportunities between Brazilian producers and the international market.

In March 2017 the audiovisual coproduction treaty between Brazil and UK came into force. Brazilian Content will organize a trade mission to UK in November and part of the activities is to attend the event in London. Matchmakings will also be organized by Brazilian Content and Pact, during the Brazilian stay in the city.

More than 10 companies are already confirmed including Boutique Filmes, which was the first to produce a Brazilian Netflix original Drama, 3%. TV Pinguim, the company responsible for the animated series Fishtronaut and Earth to Luna, is also part of the delegation.

Rachel"UK is a target market for Brazilian companies and we believe Content London will be a great opportunity to put together our producers and creators with British ones," said Rachel do Valle (pictured), executive manager Brazilian Content.

Brazilian Content is an audiovisual content export program established in 2004 by BRAVI (Brasil Audiovisual Independente) in partnership with Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil).

It has been promoting the Brazilian production abroad, enabling partnerships between Brazilian and foreign companies. The goals of the project are to promote new-coproduction and licensing opportunities for Brazilian Content and develop international partnerships for TV and digital media producers.

Brazilian Content will organize a producer‘s delegation at Content London for the first time this year.

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