Fremantle today unveiled a stellar international talent line-up heading to Cannes for next week’s MIPCOM, where we will celebrate the market with a prominent presence, at the first entirely in-person event in three years.

From the world-renowned stage of the Palais des Festivals’ Grand Auditorium to red-carpet moments on La Croisette, a collection of star collaborators from our most notable dramas, documentaries, and entertainment shows, will be at the market promoting our latest projects including:

In addition to promoting our individual shows at MIPCOM, our talent will also join creatives, buyers, partners, and senior industry executives at a special ‘invite-only’ Fremantle event on Monday night (17th October) on the beach adjacent to the Fremantle Stand.

As recently announced, model and actor Cara Delevingne will be promoting her new documentary series Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne is produced by Naked Television (a Fremantle label) and Milkshake Productions for Hulu and BBC Three. Delevingne, who serves as an executive producer on the project, will take part in a special showcase for the documentary in the Grand Palais’ Auditorium on October 18th, alongside Simon Andreae, CEO Fremantle UK and founder of Planet Sex producer Naked Television.

Also taking to the world-famous Palais des Festivals stage on the market’s second day, is Fremantle Group CEO Jennifer Mullin along with Fremantle Group COO and CEO Continental Europe Andrea Scrosati, who will deliver a ‘Media Mastermind’ keynote within the conference programme’s agenda (October 18th). During their keynote, Mullin and Scrosati will provide insights into Fremantle’s future strategy in what has been a productive year for the company, as well as give their take on wider issues and trends impacting the global TV industry.

Fremantle is proudly showcasing its strongest ever presence at MIPCOM, its 2022 slate spans 100 dramas including East Side, Wreck, and Sullivan’s Crossing and 30 movies including Emanuele Crialese’s L’Immensità and Luca Guadagnino’s Bones and All which was awarded two prizes at the 79th Venice Film Festival. As such, we are now producing three times more drama series coming from outside the U.S. and U.K. than major US Studios. Fremantle is also continuing to be a global leader in the delivery and production of flagship non-scripted shows, such as Idol, Got Talent, and Family Feud, alongside new shows for global streamers such as Too Hot To Handle.