Fri, 03 Nov|
GIFF Geneva 2023
29th GIFF & 11th GDM: The Geneva International Film Festival (GIFF) is unveiling the first pieces selected for its 29th edition (November 3-12, 2023). At the heart of this event, the Geneva Digital Market – GDM (November 6-10, 2023).
Time & Location
03 Nov 2023, 10:00 CET – 12 Nov 2023, 17:00 CET
Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
About the event
29th GIFF & 11th GDM: First announcements for the upcoming edition
The Geneva International Film Festival (GIFF) is unveiling the first pieces selected for its 29th edition (November 3-12, 2023). Uniquely positioned in Switzerland, the GIFF is an event which has its finger on the pulse of contemporary audiovisual creation, offering a converging program of films, series and immersive experiences. At the heart of this event, the Geneva Digital Market – GDM (November 6-10, 2023) gives professionals the opportunity to meet industry leaders to discuss the hot topics in technology today. XR creators have until September 8 to submit a project in the various programs on the market – Swiss Interactive Sessions & XR Coproductions Sessions.
GENEVA DIGITAL MARKET – GDM (November 6-10, 2023) – The call for projects runs until September 8!
The Geneva Digital Market – GDM (November 6-10, 2023), positioned at the heart of the GIFF, invites professionals·to meet creative industry leaders to discuss audiovisual innovation and offers XR creators specific financing opportunities. The offering from the GDM includes an annual program structured around a continuous training component with around a dozen activities accessible in hybrid format (talks, keynotes and workshops) embracing current issues in the audiovisual sector, a co-production market for digital creation with international broadcasters and international networking opportunities (350 professionals·in 2022).
The Digital Night, a gala evening event offering guests the opportunity to connect with international players in cinema, audiovisual and creative industries, will be held this year on November 8 in the impressive concert hall, the Bâtiment des Forces Motrices.
Professional accreditations for the 11th edition of the GDM will open on September 1st. You can still submit projects until September 8.
Founded in 1995, the Geneva International Film Festival (GIFF) is Geneva’s oldest film festival and one of the first in the world to include television in its programs. A crossroads of genres and disciplines, a place of experimentation, encounters and celebration, it offers every year for ten days, films, series, interactive installations and virtual reality works to some 50,000 festival-goers. The largest space in Switzerland dedicated to immersive arts, the GIFF has become one of the major events in Europe.