Exhibit with Diorama and get access to Indian and South Asian Producers and Companies.

Showcase your brand on Diorama Live+ Platform, and interact, network, invite, scores of filmmakers, producers and audience to your brand through a dedicated Exhibition space.

"The Spain Tourism Board partnered with Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara (2011) for its promotions. The country received more than 56 million Indian tourists the year the movie was released."

A famous case study showing the Power of Film Tourism and consumption size of India Market

28000+
Filmmakers

40+

Countries

Online Showcase

Dont ignore the connect with 28000+ film professionals in 5 continents

  • Meet Filmmakers

  • Promote Films, Brands with CTAs

  • Display Locations and Incentives

  • Network & Build Relationships

  • Discuss Projects

  • Create Global Teams

A PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR A GLOBAL BRAND

The Diorama International Film Festival and the Film Bazaar are an emerging entertainment platform, encompassing film premieres, film industry connects and a wide range of events. In the business of branding, “Visibility if the key”. This is what Diorama offers in plenty. 

Unlike other events, Diorama is a Fortnight-long Festival offering visibility for an extended period of time. The reach offered by Diorama is a great investment in future branding.

With millions of Users visiting the event and millions of media impressions, the Festival offers great branding opportunities.  We look forward to engaging with our prospective partners for this year’s edition of the Festival

WHAT EXHIBITOR GETS

  • Get Online Booth and Display Brand Offerings, Services, Locations, Schemes, Videos, Brochures etc

  • Distribute Production Guides, Brochures, and Incentive Schemes

  • Do a presentation for Industry Delegates and filmmakers across the world (Optional)

  • Get Click to Action buttons to your website and locations

  • Networking Features – Video Calls, One to One Discussions

  • Access to Films and Filmmakers in Film Festival

  • Access to Film Market, Attendees, and Events

  • Logo placement on Diorama Film Market web page

  • One Full Page Ad in Market Catalogue

  • One Full Page Ad in Festival Catalogue

  • One Email Sent to 28,000+ Filmmakers

  • Lead Generation and Retrievals

  • External links to Websites

  • Measurable Insights

Participation Fee : US$199 (All Inclusive) per exhibit

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Contact Kunal Srivastava at partnerships@diorama.in for more details

ENGAGE WITH LEADING BUYERS AND DISTRIBUTORS

A platform designed by practical filmmakers with a deep understanding of actual film business to meet and interact with the prominent representatives from the global film, television, event and entertainment industries to promote locations, services for the purpose of film, television, web series shoots, entertainment events.

The Diorama Film Bazaar offers Exhibition Spaces for Tourism Boards, Location Managers, Film Commissions, Service providers, Production Companies, Film Distribution Companies, Sales Agents, Exhibitors, Technical Support Companies, TV Channels, Legal Companies in the form of Online Stalls.

FILM TOURISM FROM INDIA

The Indian movie audience is an eager crowd who looks into getting a glimpse of the so-called outside world through the lens of the silver screen. This leads way to the Indian film industry to sell their movies which gives snapshots of foreign countries. This indirectly highlights the means through which foreign countries promote themselves to the Indian audience enticing them to consider a tour to that country.

 

For example, Visit Britain has nominated Saif Ali Khan to promote the ‘Bollywood Britain’  campaign for the agency,  Visit Britain aimed at focusing on locations featured in Hindi films to attract more Indian visitors.  In 2013,  Britain witnessed over  3,75,000 visitors from India (a 10 percent increase over 2012), making it the biggest source market for tourists from the BRIC nations.

 

Similarly, the Spain Tourism Board partnered with Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara (2011) for its promotions. The country received more than  56  million Indian tourists the year the movie was released. The Board took it as an opportunity to promote the ‘Tomatina Festival’ and ‘Running with the  Bulls’,  besides other water and adventure sports,  such as ‘deep-sea diving’  and  ‘sky diving’.  Hence,  many countries are wooing out Indian filmmakers to shoot movies in their countries for the vast benefits it can derive.