Marché du film de Cannes

This year ROSKINO is hosting a virtual pavilion during the online Cannes Film Market, with financial support from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. Among the participants are key players such as Art Pictures Studio, All Media, Mars Media, Wizart, RIKI, Mirsand, and Russian World Vision.

Roskino is also organizing a virtual cinema hall which will screen 19 projects during Marche du Film. Among the screenings are Art Picture Studio's "A Dog Named Palma", Wizart's "Sheep and Wolves: Pig Deal", All Media's "Hotel Belgrade", and Sputnik Vostok Production's "Elsa's Land".

ROSKINO will host a panel discussion. The topic of this panel is "Co-production with Russia: Stories and Insights". This panel will gather Russian producers and their foreign partners. They will share their experiences, discuss further collaboration, and talk about all aspects of co-production with Russian companies. This will be broadcast on June 22 at 2pm.


Dariusz Jablonski

Producer and Director. Founder and CEO of Apple Film, VP of European Producers Club, President of Polish Film Academy

One of the first independent producers in Eastern Europe. He is a director, scriptwriter, and producer, as well as the founder and CEO of Apple Film Production – a leading Polish production company renowned for its features, documentaries, and drama series, as well as for its successful collaborations with international partners.


Artem VASILYEV

Producer, CEO of METRAFILMS

Artem has produced more than 10 feature films, more than half of which were co-productions. His works have received numerous prizes, such as the Silver Bear and Silver Lion of the Venice Film Festival.


Sol BONDY

Producer, Managing Partner of ONE TWO FILMS

Sol is a multi-award-winning producer who specializes in international co-productions, of which over 10 have seen the light of the silver screen. Amongst them are: Pan Nalin's "Angry Indian Goddesses", which picked up Audience Awards in Toronto and Rome; Juho Kuosmanen's "The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki", which won the Prix Un Certain Regard in Cannes and the European Film Award; Isabel Coixet's Goya winner "The Bookshop"; and Jennifer Fox's Sundance breakout hit "The Tale", starring Laura Dern, which was nominated for two Primetime Emmys, including Best TV Movie.


Ilya STEWART

Producer, Founder of Hype Film

Ilya produced Kirill Serebrennikov's films "The Student" and "Leto", both of which premiered in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival to critical acclaim. "Leto" also won the Cannes Soundtrack Award in 2018. "Persian Lessons" was realized in co-production with Sol Bondy and was screened at Berlinale 2020.


Jussi Rantamäki

Producer, Aamu Filmcompany Ltd.


Jussi's first two productions premiered at Berlinale and the Cannes Film Festival. He has participated in EAVE and was the Finnish Producer on the Move at Cannes 2013, which was the same year he became the sole owner of Aamu Film Company Ltd. His first projects as the owner of the company were "The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki" by Juho Kuosmanen and the miniseries "Love & Order" by Leea Klemola.


Natalia DROZD

Producer, CTB FILM COMPANY

Natalia is active as an independent producer. She has produced and co-produced more than 10 feature films. Her producer's credits as delegate producer include "Another Woman" (2019) by Anna Parmas (more than 420,000 box office tickets sold in Russia, Best Debut at Kinotavr Film Festival), "Core of the World" (2018) by Natalia Meschaninova (premiered at Toronto and San Sebastian, screened at more than 20 international festivals, including San Francisco, Warsaw, Cairo, Munich, Rotterdam, Chicago, and many others), "Arrhythmia" by Boris Khlebnikov (more than 330,000 admissions in Russia, Best Actor at Karlovy Vary, screened at more than 30 international festivals, and many prizes).