Eurimages supports 12 co-productions
- New films by Thomas Vinterberg, Jasmila Zbanic and Sharunas Bartas, among the selection
At its 153rd meeting held from 10 to 13 December 2018 in Tbilisi, the Board of Management of the Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund agreed to support 11 fiction and 1 documentary film projects for a total amount of €3,188,000.
The share of eligible projects with female directors examined at this Eurimages Board of Management meeting was 25%; 17% of the projects supported were directed by women; €527,000 was awarded to these projects, representing 17% of the total amount awarded.
The list of projects:
Sow the Wind [+see also:
interview: Danilo Caputo
film profile] - Danilo Caputo (Italy/France/Greece) (€140,000)
Seules les bêtes [+see also:
interview: Dominik Moll
film profile] - Dominik Moll (France/Germany) (€371,000)
In the Dusk [+see also:
interview: Sharunas Bartas
film profile] - Sharunas Bartas (Lithuania/France/Latvia/Czech Republic/Serbia) (€250,000)
The Encounter - Tatia Skhirtladze, Anna Khazaradze (Austria/Georgia) (documentary) (€72,000)
Heavens Above - Srdjan Dragojevic (Serbia/Germany/Macedonia/Croatia/Slovenia) (€320,000)
Another Round [+see also:
film profile] (working title: The Alcohol Project) - Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark/Sweden/Netherlands) (€470,000)
Unidentified [+see also:
film profile] - Bogdan George Apetri (Romania/Czech Republic) (€130,000)
The Wound - Lucas Belvaux (France/Belgium) (€430,000)
Quo Vadis, Aida? - Jasmila Zbanic (Bosnia and Herzegovina/Romania/Austria/France/Netherlands) (€455,000)
Moneyboys - Chen Bo Yilin (Austria/France) (€300,000)
Deskmate - Karahan Ferit (Turkey/Romania) (€100,000)
Power - Matyas Prikler (Slovak Republic/Hungary/Czech Republic) (€150,000)
Lastly, as part of the Distribution Support Programme (Support for “Marketing and publicity costs”), Eurimages has also agreed to support 23 requests for payment submitted by 14 distributors, for an amount of €167,337.
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