Each September, Toulouse, in the South of France, welcomes the return of the Cartoon Forum. It is the biggest European event for the animation sector and TV series in particular.
For 3 days, producers have the opportunity to pitch their project in front of 1000 broadcasters, investors and other potential partners from 40 countries.Annick Maes, is the General Director Cartoon at Cartoon, which is a non-profit organisation who produced the Cartoon Forum and describes how animation has evolved from culture to industry. "Animation industry in general is no longer just culture, it's really industry, it's really economic point of view, a lot of people are working in animation (sector).
Today, people don't realize all kind of animation they see in their daily life and also what is very important is that animation is not just only for children."The guest of honor this year is Spain, where animation is booming.
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