Acteurs de l’écosystème
FRENCH TECH Grande Provence
French Tech is a national collective brand. The ambition of French Tech is to generate Tech Champions, to promote French companies abroad, and to attract domestic and foreign investors. To increase its action, the government has launched a call for projects for the labelling of territories. These labelled territories commit to the carrying out of actions in order to energise the ecosystem of the sector’s innovative players, and to set up support mechanisms which will increase the number of Tech Champions in France.
Our FRENCH TECH specialises in CULTURE is supported by the Culture Tech Association, created in 2015 at the initiative of the Festival d’Avignon and several private and public players, who each possess the same vision: Creation of the first European Cultural and Digital Metropolis. We mobilise players who act to promote the creation and development of businesses in our territory.
ARARSUD Regional Performing Arts Agency
The ARSUD supports the development of the performing arts sector in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
The professionals of the performing arts with whom the ARSUD works, present multiple profiles:
artistic diversity: music, dance, theatre, circus, street arts…
diversity of professions: production, distribution, public relations, performers, artistic director, administrator, manager, phonographic producers, etc.
– diversity of activities: production, dissemination, training, higher education, etc.,
– diversity of degrees of professionalisation (young people entering the trade, experienced professionals, people undergoing retraining, etc.),
– diversity of structures (independent company, theatre with agreement, independent label)
As part of its service to professionals in the performing arts sector, the ARSUD must take this diversity into account and respond to the needs of these professionals by employing a detailed analysis of specificities and approaches, and while considering the sector in its global environment.
The Commission du Film Luberon Provence
The Commission du Film, also known as the Bureau d’Accueil de Tournage, aims to welcome and facilitate filming and Post-Production activities in this territory.
The Luberon Vaucluse Film Commission provides a free service for film and audiovisual industry professionals. The Commission, supported by the General Council of Vaucluse, pursues a mission of general interest to facilitate filming in the Department.
Search for Sets
Obtaining Shooting Authorisations
Recruitment of Local Technicians
Local Casting – Actors and Extras
Identification of technical service providers
Accommodation and Transportation
The Pôle emploi Spectacle
The department of Vaucluse is home to a branch of the Pôle emploi Spectacle in Avignon