The Riki Group of companies takes part in the largest Asian film market FILMART

Riki Group of companies at FILMART

Animated projects by the Riki Group of companies are presented at the largest Asian Film market Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART), which takes place in Hong Kong from March 13 to 16, 2023.

Representatives of the Riki Group will present at the first offline market in three years both popular animation projects – ‘Fixies’, ‘Tima and Toma’, ‘Beardy Bodo’, ‘PinCode’, and several new Work-in-Progress animated series at once. In addition, buyers will have the opportunity to watch the materials of ‘Finnick’ franchise. Within the framework of the exhibition, several important meetings have already been held with delegates from the countries of the Asia-Pacific region who have expressed interest in continuing cooperation.

Recall that at the beginning of March the Riki Group of companies announced the launch of the promotional campaign of the series ‘Tima and Toma’ in China, together with Alibaba Group. Figures with the characters of the series appeared in large shopping centers of the country and children’s holidays were held. The events are timed to coincide with the launch of the new season of ‘Tima and Toma’.

Also, the deal of the Riki Group with the company  Beijing Joy Culture Media Co has been announced earlier. The agent will be responsible for hosting of the animated series ‘DinoCity’ and ‘Beardy Bodo’ on the largest Chinese TV channels and VOD platforms.

The FILMART TV and Film market takes place from March 13 to 16 at the Convention and Exhibition Center in Wan Chai with the support of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. This year the event is organized in the usual offline format. This became possible after the removal of most COVID restrictions in Hong Kong and mainland China.

According to information from the organizers, 749 virtual exhibitors, 8000 film industry participants from 81 countries, 2400 international film and television companies took part in the Film Market in 2022, thanks to which 2500 virtual business meetings were held.

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