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Nexo Digital is meeting with buyers via an online platform

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- Following the cancellation of MIPTV, Nexo will present its titles to buyers through a Screening Room and Virtual Meeting, providing "a space which will allow all of us to keep on working"

Nexo Digital is meeting with buyers via an online platform
#Anne Frank. Parallel Stories by Sabina Fedeli and Anna Migotto

Following on from the cancellation of MIPTV, which was due to unfold in Cannes between 30 March and 2 April, the production house Nexo Digital which also specialises in worldwide sales of history-based event cinema, art documentaries and 4K films has devised a Virtual Showcase & Meeting event through which it will present its films to potential buyers. From today, 30 March, the firm will present its 2020 film slate to the international audiovisual market via a dedicated platform, as well as hosting a series of virtual meetings here. As Nexo Digital’s CEO Franco di Sarro explains, , "in order to contend with the unprecedented situation we’re currently experiencing, and to continue supporting the audiovisual industry, we’ve created a virtual space which will allow all of us to keep on working, albeit from a distance, and to help buyers get a feel for the quality of the various content, as would normally happen at MIPTV. Our goal over the past few days has been to create a virtual marketplace. With this in mind, we’ve built a dedicated platform, and we’ll be happy to meet with TV and digital programming professionals from all around the world via dedicated meetings held on the Zoom platform, in anticipation of seeing each other in person, soon, more aware than ever of the beauty and value of the work we do”.

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Nexo’s Screenings will take place between 30 March and 5 April, while the Zoom Meetings will unfold between 6 and 9 April, organised by Head of Sales, Veronique Commelin. Among the various products set to be presented in the "History" section is the TV series Stolen Beauty the Nazi Obsession for Art (three 45-minute episodes); Freud 2.0; #Anne Frank. Parallel Stories [+see also:
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, starring Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren, and Maria Montessori. The Visionary Educator. Showing in "Arts & Culture", meanwhile, are The Prado Museum. A Collection of Wonders [+see also:
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, starring Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons; Frida. Viva la Vida [+see also:
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, starring Asia Argento; Hermitage. Power of Art, starring the three times EFA Award winner Toni ServilloTintoretto. A Rebel in Venice, narrated by Helena Bonham Carter; Gauguin a Tahiti – Il paradiso perduto [+see also:
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, starring Adriano GianniniThe Water Lilies by Monet, starring Elisa Lasowski (Game of Thrones); Klimt & Schiele. Eros and Psyche [+see also:
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, starring Lorenzo Richelmy (Borgia on Canal+); Hitler versus Picasso – The Nazi Obsession for Art [+see also:
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, also starring Toni Servillo; Caravaggio – The Soul and The Blood [+see also:
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Van Gogh. Of Wheat Fields and Clouded Skies, starring Valeria Bruni Tedeschi; The Spirit of Painting. Cai Guo-Qiang at The Prado Museum; Raffaello, il principe delle arti [+see also:
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Florence and the Uffizi GalleryBehind the Portrait: The Italian Treasures from Accademia Carrara; Segantini – Back to NatureSt. Peter’s and The Papal Basilicas of Rome, and Botticelli – Inferno. Last, but not least, in the category of "Sport & Legends", participants will be presented with 1968 Sport & RevolutionPele’ - The Last Show and Ferrari 312b.

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(Translated from Italian)

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