The Festival


Promoting the art of adaptation, (re)giving people an appetite for books by highlighting the stories and authors behind our favorite series: these are the ambitions of Marseille Series Stories, the first festival of series based on literary works, initiated by the Bouches-du-Rhône department.

Marseille Series Stories offers an entertaining program for all audiences, free and upon reservation.


For the public

  • The program : 

Premieres : discover series not broadcasted in France (2 to 4 episods by screening) ;
Meetings and masterclasses : come behind the scenes of series creation and meet the teams ;
Creative workshops for children : backstages of literary adaptation in series for the youngest ;
Signing sessions…

  • How to book ? 

All events are free for the public and upon reservation.
Tickets can be booked online, on this website.

Series in competition screenings
Access restricted to people over 16 years old, with a limit of two places per reservation.

Out-of-competition series and special events :
The recommended age and number of places will be indicated on the program.

Masterclass for the public
Access restricted to children over 11 years old, with a limit of two places per reservation.
All minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Children’s workshops
The recommended age and number of places will be indicated on the program.

For the professionals

  • The program : 

Two days of meetings reserved for audiovisual production and publishing professionals: the Publishers’ Market, discussions about the market of literary adaptation in series, roundtables, professional meetings… and all the events for the public.

  • Le Marché des éditeurs

A “B to B” meeting between audiovisual producers and literary publishers.

The selection of the represented publishers is done by a call for projects organised by the SCELF, partner of the event, for its members, and a call for applications held by the ARL PACA (Agence régionale du Livre Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur).

Accredited participants to the Publishers’ Market will be able to book their appointments in advance through a dedicated reservation interface.

Appointments are thus guaranteed and the schedule is perfectly managed.

A brochure will be sent in advance to the accredited participants with a selection of pitches giving an overview of the works available and presented during the Market.

  • How to get accredited? 

The professional meetings will be accessible upon presentation of an accreditation.

The allocation of professional and press accreditations is at the discretion of the festival, upon prior request.


General and artistic management


Yannic de Taisne – Anne-Sophie Coupey


Joris Charpentier – Xavier Leherpeur


Programming support:
Valentin Paoli

Communication and partnerships

Charlotte Corniot


Press Relations:
Games of Com Agency
Aurélie Lebrun et Emmanuelle Verniquet
aurelie.lebrun[at] – emmanuelle.verniquet[at]


Digital :
Arnaud Plaquin

Guest relations coordinators

Deborah Serrano – Tamara Hocine


Elisa Schramm


Cinema events managers:
Catherine Benoît – Marie de Vitry
Juliane Le Pouézard – Marie Mosser

Relations with the public

Relations with the public – Professional accreditations:
Lara Seidel


Public school initiatives:
Juliette Camps


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