Shooting Locations Marketplace has signed collaboration agreements with leading media outlets specializing in the audiovisual sector, both nationally and internationally. Shooting Locations Marketplace will hold its fourth edition on October 15 and 16 in Valladolid, organized by Feria de Valladolid and Spain Film Commission.

Nationally, cooperation has been renewed with three prominent publications: Audiovisual 451, Cine y Tele, and Camera Light. Audiovisual 451 is a digital-era medium, with its name evoking the temperature at which paper burns, covering news from the entire audiovisual sector.

Cine y Tele is a historic medium, with a trajectory of over six decades since the first issue of Cineinforme was published, a magazine with over a thousand editions. In 1988, Teleinforme was added, and ten years later, the digital edition.

Camera & Light focuses on the technical aspects of the audiovisual industry, characteristics of film shoots, market news, production and post-production processes, special effects, etc.

International Markets

Shooting Locations Marketplace is a global event, and this international character is also reflected in agreements with specialized press. This year, new partners include the Location International guide, a publication dedicated to film locations worldwide, and the C21 portal, in its Latin American section. Collaboration with both media outlets will strengthen the reach of Shooting Locations Marketplace in other markets.

Le Film Français will continue to be a media partner of Shooting Locations Marketplace in 2024. The French publication, celebrating its 80th anniversary this year, is today the reference weekly for professionals in the audiovisual industry, with a special focus on the economic aspects of three major sectors: cinema, television, and new formats.

Additionally, cooperation has been renewed with Cineuropa and the Ibero-American Association of Film Journalists (PIC). Cineuropa aims to promote European cinema and is available in English, Spanish, French, and Italian. Meanwhile, PIC is committed to giving visibility to the Latin American audiovisual industry as a whole.