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Pick one [A] or [B] or [C] below:
Producers with at least one pitch-ready developed script (or slate of scripts) wanting to partake in 37ºSouth: Bridging the Gap’s program of scheduled meetings and events with local and international film financing guests. (This pass can also include meetings with publishers, IP holders and writers)
Producers with a completed film seeking world sales and/or local distribution to participate in 37ºSouth: Breakthru Screenings, which screens the selected films for 37ºSouth’s local and international sales agents/distributors and schedules meetings between the film’s producer and those buyers. (This pass can also include meetings with publishers, IP holders and writers)
Producers without pitch-ready scripts who instead wish to seek new content to develop by meeting with publishers at 37ºSouth’s Books at MIFF (BaM) and/or with screenwriters at 37ºSouth’s PostScript&Direct (PS&D) and/or IP rights holders at 37ºSouth’s Nexus.
Australian and NZ publishers/literary agents (film/TV rights holders) wishing to participate in Books at MIFF to pitch to producers their books with screen adaptation potential
Australia/NZ IP rights holders (such as plays, games, press articles, comics, musicals, online content) wishing to participate in Nexus to pitch to producers their creative assets with screen adaptation potential
Screenwriters, directors and creatives can meet with a selection of producers to expand their contacts and interest producers in their work and skills at PostScript&Direct (PS&D). All applications to attend PS&D should made directly on this site. Please note that some of the state screen agencies have partnerships with 37ºSouth Market to support writers/directors/creatives attending PS&D. Applicants should check with their state screen agency to find out whether there are any such programs available to assist with their attendance, but all applications to attend PS&D should be made directly on this website without delay.