The Confluence market will host around 100 buyers and 300 sellers from 50 countries in its first year
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India’s Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) is launching an international contents market to run concurrently with its annual Frames conference in Mumbai.
Scheduled to take place March 5-7 at the Grand Hyatt
in Mumbai, the Confluence market will host around 100 buyers and 300 sellers from 50 countries in its first year. Attendees are expected to include Vice, Star India
, in addition to domestic and international Ott platforms.
The market aims to provide a platform to sell Indian and Asian content across film, TV, digital, documentary and animation. India currently produces around 1,500 feature films a year in Hindi and regional languages and has more than 800 TV channels broadcasting across different language groups.
Market sections include sellers’ booths, a buyer’s lounge, an Indian locations showcase, a pitching forum entitled “Frame Your Idea” and networking