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Le HAVC soutient les prochains films de Maja Miloš et Milcho Manchevski

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- Les nouveaux projets du Serbe Srdjan Keča, du Monténégrin Senad Šahmanović et de la Slovène Sara Božanić ont également reçu des aides dans le cadre du programme pour les coproductions minoritaires

Le HAVC soutient les prochains films de Maja Miloš et Milcho Manchevski
Les réalisateurs Maja Miloš et Milcho Manchevski

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The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) has announced the results of its latest minority co-production support scheme, where five projects received a total of €277,206.

The biggest names among the winners are Serbian director Maja Miloš and Macedonian filmmaker Milcho Manchevski.

Miloš, whose first feature, Clip [+lire aussi :
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, won a Rotterdam Tiger in 2012, received €85,804 for her sophomore effort, Rift in the Ice, a co-production between Serbia's Baš Čelik, Croatia's Propeler Film, Italy's Nightswim, the Netherlands’ Volya Films and Slovenia's Spok Films/Vertigo.

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Manchevski got the same amount for his seventh feature, Kaymak, a co-production between North Macedonia's Banana Film, Croatia's Jaako dobra produkcija, Denmark's Meta Film, Bulgaria's Dare Films, Albania's Tirana Film Institute and the Netherlands' Isabella Films, with the UK's Ian Prior, of Scala Productions, on board as executive producer and with the participation of North Macedonia's national broadcaster, MRTV.

Montenegrin director Senad Šahmanović, whose short Tranquility of Blood made a splash on the festival circuit in 2015, received €59,407 for his feature debut, Sirin, a co-production between Montenegro's Cut-Up, Croatia's Sekvenca, Bosnia and Herzegovina's Dokument, Kosovo's Buka, France's Alliance de Production Cinématographique and Albania's On Film.

Serbian filmmaker Srdjan Keča, whose highly anticipated documentary Museum of the Revolution has been winning prizes at numerous co-production markets over the last two years, got €33,005 for another documentary feature, the Sahara-set That Sound High in the Air, a co-production between Serbia's Non-Aligned Films, Croatia's Restart and France's Bocalupo Films.

Finally, Slovenia's Sara Božanić received €13,202 for the post-production of her hybrid animated short Cinda Real, a co-production between Slovenia's Institute for Transmedia Design, Croatia's Minya Film and Animation, Portugal's Sparkle Animation, and Bosnia and Herzegovina's AEON Productions.

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