By becoming a partner of Unifrance, your company will be associated with all the activities of our organisation: you will be present at the most prestigious cinema events, alongside professionals representing the French film industry (actors, directors, producers…). Your company image will therefore directly benefit from the same enthusiasm and dedication which movie audiences have for them.
Contacts with the authorities in each country are greatly facilitated by Unifrance's unique structure, as the only organisation in the French film industry that benefits from support from both the Ministry of Culture and Communication and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The world of cinema is a universe that reflects the values proper to each country. Renowned the world over, French productions are welcomed by high-level cultural, political, and economic leaders. By taking part in these meetings, your company will establish international contacts with top level decision-makers.
Your financial support of Unifrance can be considered as an act of cultural patronage. Like any act of patronage, this entitles your company to fiscal advantages. These chiefly involve a company tax reduction of up to 60% of the donation amount, with the upper limit of the donation amount serving as the basis for the calculation of tax reduction, currently set at 0.5% of the company's annual turnover. Surplus sums may be carried forward over 5 years.
Unifrance would like to express its sincere thanks to its partners who support the promotion of French cinema around the world.
| || CNC - Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée|
Created by the Law of 25 October 1946, and reformed by edict n°2009-901 of 24 July 2009, relative to the legislative part of the Cinema and Animated Image Code, the "Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée" (CNC) is a public administrative body under the supervision of the minister in charge of culture, with, at its head, a president.
| || Ministère des Affaires Étrangères|
The Minister of Foreign and European Affairs has made cinema one of the top priorities of its cultural policy. The activities carried out by the DAE (Direction de l'Audiovisuel Extérieur) in this sector obey a dual logic: promotion of French cinema worldwide, and support of the Fonds Sud Cinéma's production and distribution.
| || Mairie de Paris - Mission Cinéma|
Since January 2002, the aim of Mission Cinema, over and beyond upkeeping the specificity of Paris - a unique and singular city thanks to the diversity of its cinematic offerings - is to stimulate a coherent policy of support in favour of cinema.
| || Procirep|
PROCIREP, the non-trading company of the Producers of Cinema and Television, which is responsible for the defence and representation of French producers in the sector of copyrights, royalties and ancillary rights.
Created in 1967, PROCIREP has become, following the Law Lang of 1985, relative to copyrights, royalties and ancillary rights, a society for the collection and distribution of royalties (SPRD) for the management of remuneration of private copies, newly instituted by this law.
| || Digimage|
Created in the 90's, Digimage is the arm of the group CMC VIDEO specialised in digital post-production.
| || Lvt|
LVT has been a partner of Unifrance for the past ten years.
| || Cinando.com|
Cinando.com is one of the most important databases in English and Spanish in the world's film industry: 7 million pages visited in 2009, 9350 companies and 10,500 presented projects.
Cinando.com offers contact assistance, directories of companies and people, projects in search of financing, presence at markets, as well as the line-up of sellers and screening schedules for the most important international markets: EFM (Berlin), Film Market (Cannes), TIFF (Toronto), Asian Film Market (Pusan) et AFM (Los Angeles).
FFF Tokyo 2013
Trailer of French Film Festival in Japan 2013