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EAVE September News 2017


EAVE project FLATLAND receives Minority Co-production Support

3 TIES THAT BIND projects have received development support by the Talents Tokyo Project Development Fund:

  • TIES THAT BIND project SYNCHRONICITY by Yusuke Kinoshita, producer: TTB graduate Ryohei Tsutsui
  • TIES THAT BIND project WHITE IN BLOOD, directed and produced by TTB graduate Sein Lyan Tun
  • TIES THAT BIND project MOTEL ACACIA by Bradley Liew, producer: TTB graduate Bianca Balbuena

http://talents-tokyo.jp/2017/next-masters-support-program/project 

 

TIES THAT BIND project TRIALS OF CHUL by Danilo Beckovic (Gargantua Films, Serbia), has received development support by Film Centre Serbia.

https://www.gargantuafilms.com/

 

The Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) has announced its support for 16 Greek and international co-productions in its first round of funding for this year. Among the selected projects are the five films by EAVE graduates:

  • APPLES by Christos Nikou, producer: EAVE graduate Vicky Miha
  • BARBAROSSA by Sotiris Goritsas, producer: EAVE graduate Vicky Miha
  • LE BUS by Shu Aiello and Catherine Catela, producer: EAVE graduate Fenia Cossovitsa
  • O ANTHROPOS ME TIS APANTISEIS by Stelios Kammitsis, producer: EAVE graduate Fenia Cossovitsa
  • SHEDON AVGI by Margarita Manda, producer: EAVE graduate Konstantinos Kontovrakis

www.ert.gr

 

The Hubert Bals Fund (HBF) has announced the four projects selected for its 2017 HBF+Europe: Minority Co-production Support scheme.

  • EAVE project FLATLAND by Jenna Bass, producer: EAVE graduate David Horler-Blankfield, co-producers: Roshanak Behesht Nedjad, Alexandra Hoesdorff, EAVE + graduate Titus Kreyenberg
  • MEMORY HOUSE by João Paulo Miranda Maria, co-producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri 
  • PUENTES project CLARA SOLA by Natalie Alvarez, producer: PUENTES graduate Nima Yousefi, PUENTES graduate Katrin Pors, EAVE graduate Peter Krupenin
  • THE REPORTS ON SARAH AND SALEEM by Muayad Alayan, co-producer: EAVE graduate  Hanneke Niens

www.iffr.com

 

  • ABOVE MAN, THE WOMAN SOARS, produced and directed by EAVE graduate Tudor Giurgiu is in pre-production. The project is a co-production between Giurgiu’s Libra Film, Tito Clint Movies (Spain) and Evolution Films (Czech Republic). The story, based on the novel Closeness by Romanian author Marin Malaicu-Hondrari, follows Adrian, a Romanian poet who arrives in Spain. Without any papers, he starts working as a night watchman. His life changes forever when he meets Maria, a guitar player in a jazz band. Production will start on October 18, with the Spanish cities of Córdoba, Seville and Candás serving as the main shooting locations.

www.librafilm.net

 

  • LEGACY by Dorian Boguta, producer: EAVE graduate Oana Giurgiu is in pre-production. The screenplay, written by Boguta with Loredana Novak, shows what happens after the disappearance of a famous piano player, Anton. The police investigation and flashbacks will reveal a troubled artist who, despite his success as a piano player, feels crushed because he cannot compose. Threatened by illness and feeling he will leave nothing behind, the protagonist tries to fulfil his sister's biggest wish. The Romanian psychological thriller is a co-production between Hai-Hui Entertainment, represented by Oana Giurgiu, and Cristi Puiu’s Mandragora. Support is coming from the Romanian National Film Center. A sequence is being shot in September, but the main shooting period is planned over four weeks in November. 

www.hai-hui.ro

 

  • CAT IN THE WALL, produced and directed by Mina Mileva and EAVE graduate Vesela Kazakova is in development. The production company is the directors’ own Activist 38, while Glasshead Limited (UK) will co-produce. The screenplay, written by the two directors, is partially based on real events and follows Alena, a Bulgarian single mother living on a housing estate in London. Unlike her neighbours, Alena owns her flat and doesn’t live on benefits. Brexit hysteria and gentrification plans put pressure on the small community, which has been living in peace for a decade. In this context, a visit from Alena’s brother, Vlad, the adoption of a ginger cat and her relationship with her neighbours will push the protagonist down a path at the end of which she will have to decide whether London is still her home. The project has the support of the Bulgarian National Television. The start of production is planned for the spring of 2018. 

www.activist38.com 

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EAVE project DRIVE ME HOME is shooting

  • 7 FACES, episodic online mini-series by various directors, producers: Ersan Çongar and EAVE graduate Cihan Asli Filiz, is in production. The 7 episode series is produced by Bir Film, for the SVoD platform BluTV. The series tells stories of self-confontation of each character in the different episodes which will have different cinematography and tones. The episodes are being directed by four different directors, Tunç Şahin, Umut Aral, Ceylan Özgün Özçelik and Alphan Eşeli. The shootings will take 9 weeks in Istanbul and the cast includes many acclaimed actors and actresses as well as many cameos. This will be the first episodic online series of Turkey.

www.birfilm.net

 

  • NIET SCHIETEN by Stijn Coninx, producer: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert is shooting. The Flemish director started principal photography for his new film in late August. Coninx is trying his hand at depicting the Brabant killers, the criminals at the source of a news story that shook Belgium in the 1980s and that still haunts it today, given that the identities of the perpetrators are still hazy. NIET SCHIETEN is based on the book by, and life of, David Van de Steen, who lost his parents and his sister in the attack on a supermarket in 1985, the last such crime attributed to the Brabant killers. The film starts off with the attack itself. David, then aged nine, is taken in by his grandparents after the death of his family. The film therefore aims to portray the victims, their resilience and the way they overcome such immense trauma. Produced by Eyeworks, in co-production with Les Films du Fleuve, and Kaap Holland Film, NIET SCHIETEN has received backing from the Flanders Audiovisual Fund.

www.eyeworks.be

 

  • THE MOROMETE FAMILY 2 by Stere Gulea, producer: EAVE graduate Tudor Giurgiu is shooting. Released in 1988, THE MOROMETE FAMILY, an adaptation of Marin Preda’s classic novel of the same name, soon became one of the most critically acclaimed films in Romanian cinema. Rumours about a sequel have been circulating ever since, and now they have become a reality. The Libra Film project has received a grant from the Romanian National Film Center. The film follows Ilie Moromete, a peasant whose intelligence, sense of humour and common sense have turned him into a symbol of the Romanian psyche. He is facing the biggest challenge of his life: the infamous collectivisation, where the communists seized private property and made it state property. The protagonist will oppose the state decision with all his might. The film will be released next November, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the original production.

www.librafilm.net

 

  • THE HUMORIST by Michael Idov, producers: EAVE graduate and Latvian National Coordinator Aija Berzina and Artemio Benki is in production. The story written by Michael Idov follows a week in the life of Boris Arkadiev, a fictional Soviet stand-up comedian, in 1984. Boris is tormented not only by external oppression and censorship, but also by his own insecurities that poison all his relationships. The comedian will eventually take his revenge through his “insult humor”. The film is produced by Artem Vasilyev through Russia’s Metrafilms, Andrey Saveliev, Aija Berzina through Latvia’s Tasse Film and Artemio Benki through Sirena Film from the Czech Republic. The project is supported by the Russian Ministry of Culture, the National Film Centre of Latvia, the Riga Film Fund and Eurimages.

www.tasse.lv | www.sirenafilm.com

 

  • ASYMETRY – THREE TERRITORIES by Masa Neskovic, producer: EAVE graduate Snezana Penev is shooting in Belgrade. Masa Neskovic co-wrote the script together with the prominent and popular Serbian writer Vladimir Arsenijevic. The film is produced by the Belgrade-based production company This and That Production and is supported by Film Center Serbia and the City Assembly of Belgrade.

www.thisandthat.rs

 

  • EAVE project DRIVE ME HOME by Simone Catania, producer: EAVE graduate Michele Fornasero is shooting. Antonio is 25-year-old boy who grew up in a small Sicilian village. Today he’s living in Bruxelles and life’s expenses begin to bear heavily on him. Having no one to go home to, he decides to sell the property he inherited from his grandfather and cover his financial needs. When he receives an offer, he needs to return to the village to conclude the deal. Before going back to Sicily, however, he decides to meet and spend some time with Agostino, the childhood friend he hasn’t seen or heard from for nearly 10 years who he discovers to be a truck driver and homosexual living just close to him in Antwerp. On a truck ride back home across Europe, the two friends find themselves confronting on their new lives, on the reasons that divided them and on what their true origins are. Produced by Caviar, Indyca, Inthelfilm, in co-production with RAI CINEMA with the support of Creative Europe - MEDIA slate, Trentino Film Commission. 

www.indycafilm.com

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MOON HOTEL KABUL now in post-production

  • TRANSIT by Christian Petzold, co-producer: EAVE graduate Antonin Dedet is in post-production. After filming took place in Marseille, Christian Petzold is currently in the process of finishing his 11th collaboration with Schramm Film Koerner & Weber, this time in co-production with the EAVE graduate’s company Neon Productions, as well as the channels ZDF and Arte. TRANSIT, written by Petzold himself, is an adaptation of the eponymous novel by Anna Seghers, published in 1944. The hero, Georg, is a young man who attempts to flee France via Marseille after the Nazi invasion, borrowing the identity of a suicidal author whose papers he possesses. While waiting for the steamer to take off in Marseille, he meets Marie, a young woman who is desperately trying to find her missing husband after being told that she'll be able to find him there. Her husband is none other than the very author that Georg is impersonating. TRANSIT has received support from the Franco-German Committee, the FFA, the German Ministry of Culture and Media, the Regional Fund from Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Eurimages.

www.neoncinema.com 

 

  • MOON HOTEL KABUL, produced, written and directed by EAVE graduate Anca Damian, co-producers: EAVE graduates Tom Dercourt and Sophie Erbs is in post-production. The plot: Ivan Semciuc (a journalist), is a charismatic man nonetheless guilty of cynicism and lack of compassion. A seemingly meaningless sexual encounter with a translator in a hotel room in Kabul produces a vital revolution in Ivan’s unshakeable lifestyle. After Ivan’s arrival back to Bucharest, Ioana is found dead, with her wrists cut. Ivan starts living in the absent presence of Ioana, who is starting to be more vivid in death than in life. The project has received support from the Romanian National Cinema Fund, the MEDIA Programme, HBO, Orange and Eurimages.

www.aparte-film.net | www.cinemadefacto.com

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17 filmy by EAVE producers in the run for the Foreign Language Oscar

These 17 films by EAVE graduates are representing their country in the race for the next Foreign Language Oscar nomination:

  • DAYBREAK by by Gentian Koçi, producer: EAVE graduate Konstantina Stavrianou – Albania
  • FOXTROT by Samuel Maoz, associated producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler – Israel
  • FROST by Sharunas Bartas, producers: EAVE graduates Janja Kralj, Olena Yershova, Maria Blicharska – Lithuania
  • EAVE project LAYLA M. by Mijke de Jong, producer: EAVE graduates Arnold Heslenfeld, Laurette Schillings, Frans van Gestel – The Netherlands
  • LE FIDÈLE by Michael R. Roskam, producer: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert – Belgium
  • MEN DON’T CRY by Alen Drljevic, co-producer: EAVE graduate Sznezana Penev – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • QUIT STARING AT MY PLATE by Hana Jusic, producer: EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic – Croatia
  • SCARY MOTHER by Ana Urushadze, producer: EAVE graduate Tinatin Kajrishvili – Georgia
  • SLAVA (GLORY) by Kristina Grozeva, Petar Valchanov, co-producer: EAVE graduate Konstantina Stavrianou – Bulgaria
  • NOVEMBER by Rainer Sarnet, producer: EAVE graduate  Katrin Kissa – Estonia
  • SPOOR (POKOT) by Agnieszka Holland, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Johannes Rexin – Poland
  • SUMMER 1993 by Carla Simon, producer: EAVE graduate and Spanish National Coordinator Maria Zamora – Spain
  • THE FIXER by Adrian Sitaru, producers: EAVE graduate Anamaria Antoci and EAVE graduate and French National Coordinator Jean des Forêts– Romania
  • THELMA by Joachim Trier, co-producers: EAVE graduates Mikkel Jersin, Katrin Pors – Norway
  • THE MINER by Hanna Slak, producer: EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic – Slovenia
  • TOM OF FINLAND by Dome Karukoski, producers: EAVE graduate and Finnish National Coordinator Aleksi Bardy, EAVE graduate Annika Sucksdorff, co-producer: EAVE graduate Malin Söderlund – Finland
  • UNDER THE TREE by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, producers: EAVE graduates Ditte Milsted, Jamila Wenske – Iceland

www.oscars.org 

 

Nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize 2017 are:

  • EAVE project HEARTSTONE by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson, producer: EAVE graduate Anton Mani Svansson
  • LITTLE WING by Selma Vilhunen, producer: EAVE graduate Kaarle Aho

www.norden.org

 

The European Film Academy has announced the 15 Shorts nominated for the European Film Awards:

  • WRITTEN/UNWRITTEN by Adrian Silisteanu, producer: EAVE graduate Anamaria Antoci

www.europeanfilmawards.eu

 

Goya Awards

  •  PUENTES project AMAZONA, directed, written and produced by EAVE graduate Nicolas Van Hemelryck has been selected to represent Colombia in the Goya Awards.

http://casatarantula.co

 

  • EAVE graduate and group leader Didar Domehri has been selected by UniFrance „10 to watch“, in which they present ten talented people from French cinema.

www.unifrance.org

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13 Awards for EAVE producers in Venice

Venice International Film Festival

  • FOXTROT by Samuel Maoz, associated producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler won the Silver Lion - Grand Jury Prize, Premio Arca Cinema Giovani Award for Best Film in Competition and a SIGNIS Award Special Mention.
  • HANNAH by Andrea Pallaoro, co-producer: EAVE graduate Clément Duboin won the Volpi Cup — Best Actress and La Pellicola d’Oro Award - Best Stagehand.
  • THE PRINCE AND THE DYBBUK by Elwira Niewiera, Piotr Rosolowski, producer: EAVE graduate Ann Carolin Renninger was awarded Best Documentary on Cinema.
  • CANDELARIA by Jhonny Hendrix, co-producers: EAVE graduate Dag Hoel, EAVE graduate Barbara Sarasola-Day won the Directors award of the Giornate degli Autori at Venice.
  • TEMPORADA DE CAZA (HUNTING SEASON) by Natalia Garagiola, producers: EAVE graduates Santiago Gallell, Jonas Katzenstein; Philippe Avril; Benjamin Domenech Critics' Week Best Film and SIAE Audience Award
  • THE LEISURE SEEKER by Paolo Virzi, executive producer: EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach was awarded the Leoncino d'Oro Agiscuola Award.
  • HUMAN FLOW by Ai Weiwei, producer: EAVE graduate Heino Deckert received 2 Special mentions and Enrico Fulchignoni – CICT-UNESCO Award.

www.labiennale.org/en/cinema 

 

San Sebastián International Film Festival

  • The FIPRESCI Grand Prix 2017 goes to THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE by Aki Kaurismäki, co-producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff. The award ceremony took place during the opening ceremony of the San Sebastián International Film Festival.
  • THE MOLE AGENT, directed by PUENTES graduate Maite Alberdi wins the EFADs-CAACI grant at the VI Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum.

https://sansebastianfestival.com

 

Gdynia Film Festival

  • SPOOR (POKOT) by Agnieszka Holland, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Johannes Rexin won the Best Directing Award and Best Make-up at the Gdynia Film Festival.
  • BEYOND WORDS by Urszula Antoniak, producers: EAVE graduates Floor Onrust, Lukas Dzieciol wins Best Cinematography (Lennert Hillege), Best Sound (Miroslaw Makowski, Maciej Pawlowski, Jan Schermer)

www.festiwalgdynia.pl/en

 

Film Festival Oostende

  • HOME by Fien Troch, producer: EAVE graduate Antonio Lombardo scooped eight Ensors, the Belgian Film Awards, at the Film Festival Oostende. The film was awarded the Grand Prix for best film and the prize for Best Director. The Best Actor award went jointly to Loïc Bellemans, Mistral Guidotti and Sebastian Van Dun. Lena Suijkerbuijk won the Best Actress award. Els Deceukelier was awarded Best Supporting Actress. The the Best Editing award went to Nico Leunen.
  • KING OF THE BELGIANS, directed and produced by EAVE graduates Peter Brosens, Jessica Woodworth, co-producers: EAVE graduates Arnold Heslenfeld, Laurette Schillings, Frans Van Gestel won Best Screenplay.
  • BRIMSTONE my Martin Koolhoven, producer: EAVE graduate Antonio Lombardo was awarded Best Co-production with the Netherlands.

www.filmfestivaloostende.be

 

Riga International Film Festival

  • NOVEMBER by Rainer Sarnet, producer: EAVE graduate Katrin Kissa won three awards at the Riga International Film Festival, including the festival’s main award. The film also won the #Youth_Matters Award and the Splendid Palace People’s Choice Award.

www.homelessbob.ee 

 

Montreal World Film Festival

  • THE BASICS OF KILLING by Jan Cvitkovic, producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordiantor Miroslav Mogorovic was awarded Best Actress (Irena Kovacevic) at the Montreal World Film Festival.

www.ffm-montreal.org 

 

Israeli Film Awards

  • FOXTROT by Samuel Maoz, associated producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler dominated the Israeli Film Awards, winning eight awards. The film was awarded Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Lior Ashkenazi), Best Cinematography (Giora Bejach), Best Editing (Arik Lahav Leibovitch, Guy Nemesh), Best Art Direction (Arad Sawat), Best Original Music (Ophir Leibovitch, Amit Poznansky), Best Sound (Alex Claud).

www.bordcadrefilms.com 

 

Festival of Slovenian Film in Portorose

  • IVAN by Janez Burger, producer: EAVE graduate Miha Cernec triumphs at the Slovenian national awards. Given out on the Festival of Slovenian Film in Portorose, the film picked up eight awards, including Best Feature Film, Best Screenplay for Burger, Srdjan Koljevic, Melina Koljevic and Ales Car, and Best Actress in a Leading Role for Marusa Majer as well as the awards for Best Make-up (Alenka Nahtigal) and Best Music (Damir Avdic). The film also won the Teleking Award, Slovenian Film Critics’ Jury Award and the Slovene Art Cinema Association Award.
  • THE MINER by Hanna Slak, producer: EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic won the Awards for Best Direction, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Leon Lucev), Best Editing (Vladimir Gojun).
  • PERSEVERANCE by Miha Knific, producer: EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic won Best Original Work, as well as Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Ivanka Mezan) and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Brane Grubar). 
  • THE BASICS OF KILLING by Jan Cvitkovic, producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic won Best Cinematography (Marko Brdar), Best Original Music (Damir Avdic) and Best Sound (Bostjan Kacicnik).

www.fsf.si

 

 Finnish Film Affair

  • STUPID YOUNG HEART by Selma Vilhunen, producers: EAVE graduates Elli Toivoniemi and Venla Hellstedt won the Pitch Award at the Finnish Film Affair in Helsinki. 

www.tuffifilms.com

 

Holland Film Meeting

  • LIFE AFTER ZORO by Raf Reyntjens, producer: EAVE graduate Katleen Goossens wins the The Warnier Posta Prize of the Holland Film Meeting 2017.

www.filmfestival.nl

 

Cinematik International Film Festival

  • GRAVE (RAW) by Julia Ducournau, producer: EAVE graduate and French National Coordinator Jean des Forêts, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Yves Roubain was awarded best international feature film at the Cinematik International Film Festival.
  • THIS IS NOT ME by Miro Remo, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jiri Konecny wins the Award from the Mayor of Piešťany.

www.cinematik.sk

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THE WOUND in Swiss and German cinemas

In French cinemas

  • INSYRIATED by Philippe Van Leeuw, co-producers: EAVE graduates Tomas Leyers, Jacques Henri Bronckart. September 6.

www.mindsmeet.be

  • HOME by Fien Troch, producer: EAVE graduate Antonio Lombardo. September 13.

www.cineart.nl/films/home

  • TIERE (ANIMALS) by Greg Zglinski, producers: EAVE graduates Antonin Svoboda, Lukasz Dzieciol. September 21.

www.coop99.at

  • UN BEAU SOLEIL INTERIEUR by Claire Denis, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart. September 21.

www.versusproduction.be

  • THE YOUNG KARL MARX by Raoul Peck, co-producer: EAVE graduate Karsten Stöter. September 27.

www.rohfilm.de

 

 

In Belgian cinemas

  • UN BEAU SOLEIL INTERIEUR by Claire Denis, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart. September 21.

www.versusproduction.be

 

 

In UK cinemas

  • DONKEYOTE by Chico Pereira, producer: EAVE graduate Ingmar Trost. September 8.

www.sutorkolonko.de

  • INSYRIATED by Philippe Van Leeuw, co-producers: EAVE graduates Tomas Leyers, Jacques Henri Bronckart. September 8.

www.mindsmeet.be

  • BRIMSTONE my Martin Koolhoven, co-producer: EAVE graduate Antonio Lombardo. September 29.

www.martinkoolhoven.nl/news/work/brimstone-6103

  • ZOOLOGY by Ivan I. Tverdovsky, co-producer: EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille. September 29.

www.arizonafilms.fr

 

 

In Dutch cinemas

  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN by Sebastian Lelio, co-producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Fernanda del Nido. August 31.

www.komplizenfilm.de

 

 

In Swiss cinemas

  • ARRHYTHMIA by Boris Khlebnikov, co-producers: EAVE graduates Natalia Drozd, Aleksi Hyvarinen, Eva Blondiau. September 21.

aritmiafilm.ru

  • THE WOUND by John Trengove, producers: EAVE graduates Elias Ribeiro, co-producer: Interchange graduate Trent. September 14.

www.urucumedia.com

  • WESTERN by Valeska Grisebach, producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Boris Chouchkov. September 7.

www.komplizenfilm.de

 

 

In German cinemas

  • DIE MIGRANTIGEN by Arman T. Riahi, producer: EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi. September 7.

www.goldengirls.at

  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN by Sebastian Lelio, co-producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Fernanda del Nido. September 7.

www.komplizenfilm.de

  • FRENZY by Emin Alper, producer: EAVE graduate Enis Köstepen. September 7.

https://limanfilm.com

  • THE WOUND by John Trengove, producers: EAVE graduates Elias Ribeiro, co-producer: Interchange graduate Trent. September 14.

www.urucumedia.com

 

 

In Swedish cinemas

  • THE NILE HILTON INCIDENT by Tarik Saleh, producers: EAVE graduate Kristina Aberg, EAVE graduate Signe Byrge Sørensen. September 29.

https://atmo.se/films/the-nile-hilton-incident

 

 

In Romanian cinemas

  • ONE STEP BEHIND THE SERAPHIM by Daniel Sandu producer: EAVE graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon. September 14.

www.hifilm.ro

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PUENTES project MESSI AND MAUD premiere in Toronto

Toronto International Film Festival (September 7 – 17)

Gala Presentations

  • THE LEISURE SEEKER by Paolo Virzi, producer: EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach

Special Presentations

  • THE CURED by David Freyne, producers: EAVE graduates Conor Barry, EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach
  • FOXTROT by Samuel Maoz, associated producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler
  • THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER by Yorgos Lantimos, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • NUMBER ONE by Tonie Marshall, producer: EAVE graduate  Jacques-Henri Bronckart
  • LE FIDÈLE by Michael R. Roskam, producer: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert
  • DREI ZINNEN by Jan Zabeil, producer: EAVE graduate Karsten Stöter

Discovery

  • B’EST project MIRACLE by Egle Vertelyte, producer: B’EST graduate Lukas Trimonis
  • B’EST project SULEIMAN MOUNTAIN by Elizaveta Stishova, producer: B’EST graduates Elizaveta Stishova and Maria Yakubova
  • EAVE project 3/4 by Ilian Metev, producer: EAVE graduate Ingmar Trost
  • GUTLAND by Narayan Van Maele, producer: EAVE graduate Gilles Chanial
  • I AM NOT A WITCH by Rungano Nyoni, producer: EAVE graduate Juliette Grandmont, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Titus Kreyenberg
  • PUENTES project MESSI AND MAUD by Marleen Jonkman, producer: PUENTES graduate Danielle Guirguis
  • THE SWAN by Asa Helga Hjörleifsdottir, producer: EAVE graduate Verena Gräfe-Höft
  • TIGRE by Silvina Schnicer and Ulises Porra Guardiola, producer: EAVE graduate Barbara Sarasolas-Day, associated producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis
  • WINTER BROTHERS by Hlynur Palmason, producer: EAVE graduate Per Damgaard Hansen, co-producer: EAVE graduate Anton Mani Svansson

Masters

  • THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE by Aki Kaurismäki, co-producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff

Contemporary World Cinema

  • UNA ESPECIE DE FAMILIA by Diego Lerman, co-producers: EAVE graduates katrin Pors and Mikkel Jersin
  • ANA, MON AMOUR by Calon Peter Netzer, producers: EAVE graduate Oana Iancu, EAVE+ graduate Jonas Katzenstein
  • ARRHYTHMIA by Boris Khlebnikov, producers: EAVE graduates Natalia Drozd, Aleksi Hyvarinen, Eva Blondiau
  • BEYOND WORDS by Urszula Antoniak, producers: EAVE graduates Floor Onrust, Lukas Dzieciol
  • DIRECTIONS by Stephan Komandarev, producer: EAVE graduate Katya Trichkova
  • FÉLICITÉ by Alain Gomis, producer: PUENTES graduate Geraldine Sprimont
  • GOOD FAVOUR by Rebecca Daly, producers: EAVE graduates Conor Barry, Benoît Roland, Monica Hellström, Signe Byrge Sørensen, Marleen Slot
  • HANNAH by Andrea Pallaoro, co-producer: EAVE graduate Clément Duboin
  • INSYRIATED by Philippe Van Leeuw, co-producers: EAVE graduates Tomas Leyers, Jacques Henri Bronckart
  • LOOKING FOR OUM KULTHUM by Shirin Neshat, producer: EAVE graduate Antonin Svoboda, co-producer: Interchange graduate Marta Donzelli
  • MIAMI by Zaida Bergroth, producers: EAVE graduates Annika Sucksdorff, Aleksi Bardy
  • SAMUI SONG by Pen-ek Ratanaruang, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Jonas Katzenstein
  • THE JOURNEY by Mohamed Jabarah Al-daradji, producer: Film Finance Forum graduate Isabelle Stead
  • THE LODGERS by Brian O’Malley, producer: EAVE graduate Macdara Kelleher
  • THE SUMMIT by Santiago Mitre, producer: EAVE graduate Didar Domehri
  • UNDER THE TREE by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, producers: EAVE graduates Ditte Milsted, Jamila Wenske
  • EAVE project WAJIB by Annemarie Jacir, producer: EAVE graduate Ossama Bawardi, Ruben Thorkildsen
  • WESTERN by Valeska Grisebach, producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Boris Chouchkov

Wavelengths

  • BEYOND THE ONE by Anna Marziano, producer: EAVE graduate Ann Carolin Renninger
  • GOOD LUCK by Ben Russell, producer: EAVE graduate Janja Kralj
  • LE FORT DES FOUS by Narimane Mari, producer: EAVE graduate Ann Carolin Renninger

Platform

  • EUPHORIA by Lisa Langseth, producer: EAVE graduate Frida Bargo
  • MADEMOISELLE PARADIS by Barbara Albert, producer: EAVE graduate Michael Kitzberger
  • Ties That Bind project THE SEEN AND UNSEEN by Kamila Andini, producer: Ties That Bind graduate Gita Fara
  • WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY by Iram Haq, co-producer: EAVE graduate Karsten Stöter
  • TIGRE by Silvina Schnicer and Ulises Porra Guardiola, producer: EAVE graduate Barbara Sarasolas-Day, associated producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis

www.tiff.net

 

Oostende Film Festival (September 9 - 17)

  • JUPITER’S MOON by Kornel Mundruczo, producer: EAVE graduate Viktoria Petranyi
  • LE FIDÈLE by Michael R. Roskam, producer: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert
  • LITTLE HARBOUR by Iveta Grofova, producers: EAVE graduates Katarina Krnacova, Jiri Konecny
  • SHADOW WORLD by Johan Grimonprez, co-producers: EAVE graduates Signe Byrge Sørensen, Emmy Oost
  • THE BASICS OF KILLING by Jan Cvitkovic, producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian National Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic

www.filmfestivaloostende.be

 

Miskolc International Film Festival (September 9 – 18)

  • ARRHYTHMIA by Boris Khlebnikov, producers: EAVE graduates Natalia Drozd, Aleksi Hyvarinen, Eva Blondiau
  • WESTERN by Valeska Grisebach, producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Boris Chouchkov

www.cinefest.hu/eng/nyito_eng.html 

 

Cinematik Film Festival (September 12 – 17)

  • THE ARDENNES by Robin Pront, producers: EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert
  • DEDE by Mariam Khatchvani, producer: EAVE graduate Vladimer Katcharava was
  • OUT by György Kristof, producers: EAVE graduates Ferenc Pusztai, Jiri Konecny
  • ELLE by Paul Verhoeven, co-producers: EAVE graduate and group leader Diana Elbaum and EAVE graduate Sébastien Delloye
  • PREJUDICE by Antoine Cuypers, co-producer: EAVE graduate Bernard Michaux
  • MELODY by Bernard Bellefroid, producer: EAVE graduate and EAVE Head of Studies Jani Thiltges
  • DODE HOEK (BLIND SPOT) by Nabil Ben Nadir, producer: EAVE graduate Benoît Roland and EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert
  • EAVE project MIMOSAS by Oliver Laxe, producer: EAVE graduate Felipe Lage Coro
  • THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE by Aki Kaurismäki, co-producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff
  • BELGICA by Felix van Groeningen producers: EAVE graduates Laurette Schillings and Frans van Gestel
  • GRAVE (RAW) by Julia Ducournau, producer: EAVE graduate and French National Coordinator Jean des Forêts, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Yves Roubain
  • AXOLOTL OVERKILL by Helene Hegemann, producer: EAVE graduate Hanneke van der Tas
  • L’ÉCONOMIE DU COUPLE by Joachim Lafosse, producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart 

www.cinematik.sk

 

Helsinki International Film Festival (September 14 – 24)

  • 9 FINGERS by Francois-Jacques Ossang, producer: EAVE graduate Sébastien Haguenauer
  • CENTAUR by Aktan Arym Kuba, producers: EAVE graduates Denis Vaslin, Fleur Knopperts
  • FÉLICITÉ by Alain Gomis, producer: PUENTES graduate Geraldine Sprimont
  • GODLESS by Ralitza Petrovam, co-producers: EAVE graduates Katrin Pors and Mikkel Jersin
  • EAVE project HEARTSTONE by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson, producer: Anton Mani Svansson
  • HOSTAGES by Rezo Gigineishvili, producer: EAVE graduate Vladimer Katchavara
  • I AM NOT A WITCH by Rungano Nyoni, producer: EAVE graduate Juliette Grandmont, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Titus Kreyenberg
  • THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER by Yorgos Lantimnos, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • THE KING’S CHOICE by Erik Poppe, executive producer: EAVE graduate Thomas Gammeltoft, co-producer: EAVE graduate Lesley McKimm
  • PUENTES project LOS PERROS by Marcela Said, producers: EAVE+ graduate Tom Dercourt, EAVE graduate Sophie Erbs, co-producers: EAVE graduate Benjamin Domenech, EAVE+ graduate Jonas Katzenstein, associate producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler
  • MY HAPPY FAMILY by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross, producers: Marketing Workshop graduate Jonas Katzenstein, EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille
  • THE NILE HILTON INCIDENT by Tarik Saleh, producer: EAVE graduate Kristina Aberg, co-producers: EAVE graduates Signe Byrge Sørensen, Monica Hellström, Marcel Lentz and Guido Schwab
  • NOVEMBER by Rainer Sarnet, producer: EAVE graduate Katrin Kissa
  • THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE by Aki Kaurismäki, co-producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff
  • PERSONAL SHOPPER by Olivier Assayas, co-producer: EAVE graduate Artemio Benki
  • GRAVE (RAW) by Julia Ducournau, producer: EAVE graduate and French National Coordinator Jean des Forêts, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Yves Roubain
  • SCARRED HEARTS by Radu Jude, producer: EAVE graduate & Romanian National Coordinator Ada Solomon
  • TEHRAN TABOO by Ali Soozandeh, co-producer: EAVE graduate Antonin Svoboda 
  • TOM OF FINLAND by Dome Karukoski, producers: EAVE graduate and Finnish National Coordinator Aleksi Bardy, EAVE graduate Annika Sucksdorff, co-producer: EAVE graduate Malin Söderlund
  • WESTERN by Valeska Grisebach, producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Boris Chouchkov
  • WINTER BROTHERS by Hlynur Palmason, producer: EAVE graduate Per Damgaard Hansen, co-producer: EAVE graduate Anton Mani Svansson
  • THE WOUND by John Trengove, producers: EAVE graduates Elias Ribeiro, co-producer: Interchange graduate Trent

www.hiff.fi 

 

Batumi International Festival Georgia  (September 18 - 24)

  • CLAIR OBSCUR by Yesim Ustaoglu, producer: EAVE+ graduate Titus Kreyenberg
  • DEDE by Mariam Khatchvani, producer: EAVE graduate Vladimer Katcharava
  • JUPITER’S MOON by Kornel Mundruczo, producer: EAVE graduate Viktoria Petranyi
  • DIXIE LAND by Roman Bondarchuk, producer: EAVE graduate Simone Baumann

www.biaff.org

 

Gdynia Film Festival (September 18 - 23)

  • BEYOND WORDS by Urszula Antoniak, producers: EAVE graduates Lukasz Dzieciol, Floor Onrust
  • CATALINA by Denijal Hasanovic, co-producers: Amra Baksic Camo, Adis Dapo, Irena Markovic
  • SPOOR (POKOT) by Agnieszka Holland, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Johannes Rexin
  • SUMMER 1993 by Carla Simon, producer: EAVE graduate and Spanish National Coordinator Maria Zamora

www.festiwalgdynia.pl

 

International Film Camera Festival - Manaki Brothers  (September 18 – 30)

  • AMALIMBO by Juan Pablo Libossart, co-producer: EAVE Marianne Ostrat 
  • DIRECTIONS by Stephan Komandarev, producers: EAVE graduates Stephan Komandarev and Katya Trichkova
  • DOLORES by Gonzalo Tobal, producer: PUENTES graduate Benjamin Domenech
  • FÉLICITÉ by Alain Gomis, producer: PUENTES graduate Geraldine Sprimont
  • JUPITER’S MOON by Kornel Mundruczo, producer: EAVE graduate Viktoria Petranyi
  • LIMBO by EAVE graduate Konstantina Kotzamani, producer: EAVE graduate Maria Dandraki
  • SPOOR (POKOT) by Agnieszka Holland, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Johannes Rexin
  • THE FIXER by Adrian Sitaru, producers: EAVE graduate Anamaria Antoci and EAVE graduate and French National Coordinator Jean des Forêts
  • B`EST project THE NIGHT OF A 1000 HOURS by Virgil Widrich, producers: EAVE+ graduate Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu and EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi
  • WHEN THE DAY HAD NO NAME by Teona Mitevska, producer: EAVE graduate Labina Mitevska, co-producers: EAVE graduates Sébastien Delloye, Diana Elbaum, Danijel Hocevar

www.manaki.com.mk

 

San Sebastian International Film Festival (September 22 – 30)

Official selection

  • BEYOND WORDS by Urszula Antoniak, producers: EAVE graduates Lukasz Dzieciol, Floor Onrust
  • LICHT by Barbara Albert, producer: EAVE graduate Michael Kitzberger
  • SOLDIERS. STORY FROM FERENTARI by Ivana Mladenovic, producer: EAVE graduate Ada Solomon, Jelena Mitrovic

Horizontes Latinos

  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN by Sebastian Lelio, co-producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Fernanda del Nido
  • PUENTES project LOS PERROS by Marcela Said, producers: EAVE+ graduate Tom Dercourt, EAVE graduate Sophie Erbs, co-producers: EAVE graduate Benjamin Domenech, EAVE+ graduate Jonas Katzenstein, associate producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler
  • LAS OLAS by Adrian Biniez, producer: EAVE graduate Agustina Chiarino
  • TEMPORADA DE CAZA by Natalia Garagiola, producers: EAVE graduate Benjamin Domenech, Philippe Avril, EAVE MW graduate Maximilian Leo

Zabaltegi

  • EAVE project 3/4 by Ilian Metev, producer: EAVE graduate Ingmar Trost
  • BRAGUINO by Clément Cogitore, producer: Cédric Bonin, co-producer: Kaarle Aho

Pearls

  • THE LEISURE SEEKER by PAOLO VIRZI, executive producer: EAVE graduate and Luxembourgish National Coordinator David Grumbach

Made in Spain

  • SUMMER 1993 by Carla Simon, producer: EAVE graduate and Spanish National Coordinator Maria Zamora

Films in Progress 30

  • IMMERSED FAMILY by María Alché, producers: PUENTES graduates Barbara Francisco, Tatiana Leite
  • KAIROS by Nicolás Buenaventura, producer: EAVE graduate Jean des Fôrets
  • LA FAMILIA by Gustavo Rondón Córdova, producer: PUENTES graduate Marianela Illas, co-producer: EAVE graduate Dag Hoel
  • PUENTES project AUGUST by Armando Capó Ramos, producer: PUENTES graduate Marcela Esquivel

VI Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum

  • THE MOLE AGENT by PUENTES graduate Maite Alberdi
  • THE SADDEST GOAL by Sergio Castro San Martin, co-producer: EAVE graduate Deborah Osborn

Nuevos Directoros

  • TIGRE by Silvina Schnicer and Ulises Porra Guardiola, producer: EAVE graduate Barbara Sarasolas-Day, associated producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis
  • PRINCESS by Marialy Rivas, producer: EAVE graduate Fernanda del Nido

Glocal in Progress

  • A DECENT MAN by Hadrian Marcu, producer: EAVE graduate Anamaria Antoci
  • ERASED by Miha Mazzini, producers: EAVE graduate Frenk Celarc, EAVE graduate and Croatian National Coordinator Ankica Juric Tilic

 

www.sansebastianfestival.com 

 

Raindance Film Festival (September 20 – October 1)

  • BARRAGE von Laura Schroeder, producers: EAVE graduates Pol Cruchten, Sébastien Delloye
  • I STILL HIDE TO SMOKE by Rayhana, producer: EAVE+ graduate Fenia Cossovitsa
  • NOTHING BUT THE WIND by Timur Makarevic, producers: EAVE National Coordinator Bosnia and Herzegovina Amra Baksic Camo, EAVE graduate Adis Djapo

http://calendar.raindancefestival.org/rdff-2017/features 

 

Netherlands Film Festival Utrecht (September 20 – 29)

International Screenings

  • SATAN SAID DANCE by Kasia Roslaniec, producer: INTERCHANGE graduate Trent
  • THE MYSTERY OF THE MILKING ROBOTS by Vuk Janic, producer: EAVE graduate Janeeke Doolaart
  • WAITING FOR GIRAFFES by Marco de Stefanis, producers: EAVE graduates Denis Vaslin, Fleur Knopperts, co-producer: EAVE graduate Emmy Oost

HFM Co-Production Platform Selection 2017

  • THE GRAVE DIGGER by Khadar Ahmed, producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff
  • LABOUR DAY by Mladen Djordjevic, producer: EAVE graduate Milan Stojanovic
  • LIFE AFTER ZORO by Raf Reyntjens, producer: EAVE graduate Katleen Goossens

BoostNL line-up: 

International projects in development

  • LA VACA QUE CANTO UNA CANCION SOBRE EL FUTURO by Francisca Alegria, producer: PUENTES graduate Bruno Bettati

Dutch projects in development

  • THE HAGUE HILTON by Boris Paval Conen, producer: EAVE graduate Floor Onrust

Work-in-Progress

  • LIGHT AS FEATHERS by Rosanne Pel, producer: EAVE graduate Floor Onrust

www.filmfestival.nl 

 

Athens International Film Festival (September 20 - October 1)

  • A FANTASTIC WOMAN by Sebastian Lelio, co-producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Fernanda del Nido
  • AXOLOTL OVERKILL by Helene Hegemann, producer: EAVE graduate Hanneke van der Tas
  • DREI ZINNEN by Jan Zabeil, producer: EAVE graduate Karsten Stöter
  • FOXTROT by SAMUEL MAOZ, associated producer: EAVE graduate Dan Wechsler
  • JUPITER’S MOON by Kornel Mundruczo, producer: EAVE graduate Viktoria Petranyi
  • MY HAPPY FAMILY by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross, producers: Marketing Workshop graduate Jonas Katzenstein, EAVE graduate Guillaume de Seille
  • THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE by Aki Kaurismäki, co-producers: EAVE graduates Misha Jaari, Mark Lwoff
  • THELMA by Joachim Trier, co-producers: EAVE graduates Mikkel Jersin, Katrin Pors 
  • THE NILE HILTON INCIDENT by Tarik Saleh, producer: EAVE graduate Kristina Aberg, co-producers: EAVE graduates Signe Byrge Sørensen, Monica Hellström, Marcel Lentz and Guido Schwab

http://en.aiff.gr

 

Zurich Film Festival (September 28 – October 8)

  • ARRHYTHMIA by Boris Khlebnikov, producers: EAVE graduates Natalia Drozd, Aleksi Hyvarinen, Eva Blondiau
  • DIE MIGRANTIGEN by Arman T. Riahi, producer: EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi
  • EUPHORIA by Lisa Langseth, producer: EAVE graduate Frida Bargo
  • FREE LUNCH SOCIETY by Christian Tod, producer: EAVE graduate Arash T. Riahi
  • LA FAMILIA by Gustavo Rondón Córdova, producer: PUENTES graduate Marianela Illas, co-producer: EAVE graduate Dag Hoel
  • LE FIDÈLE by Michael R. Roskam, producer: EAVE graduates Peter Bouckaert
  • OUT by György Kristof, producers: EAVE graduates Ferenc Pusztai, Jiri Konecny
  • THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER by Yorgos Lantimnos, producer: EAVE graduate Ed Guiney
  • THE WEDNESDAY CHILD by Lili Horvath, co-producer: EAVE+ graduate Henning Kamm
  • TIERE (ANIMALS) by Greg Zglinski, producers: EAVE graduates Antonin Svoboda, Lukasz Dzieciol
  • UN BEAU SOLEIL INTERIEUR by Claire Denis, co-producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart
  • UNDER THE TREE by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, producers: EAVE graduate Ditte Milsted, PUENTES graduate Jamila Wenske
  • WHITE GOD by Kornél Mundruczó, producers: EAVE graduate Viktoria Petranyi and EAVE graduate Eszter Gyarfas, EAVE script consultant Martin Daniel

www.zurichfilmfestival.org

 

Reykjavik International Film Festival (September 28 – October 8)

  • CANDELARIA by Jhonny Hendrix, producer: EAVE graduate Dag Hoel, co-producer: EAVE graduate Barbara Sarasola-Day
  • COMMUNION by Anna Zamecka, producer: EAVE graduate Anna Wydra
  • EAVE project 3/4 by Ilian Metev, producer: EAVE graduate Ingmar
  • LIMBO by EAVE graduate Konstantina Kotzamani, producer: EAVE graduate Maria Dandraki
  • LOOKING FOR OUM KULTHUM by Shirin Neshat, producer: EAVE graduate Antonin Svoboda, co-producer: Interchange graduate Marta Donzelli
  • SOLDIERS. STORY FROM FERENTARI by Ivana Mladenovic, producer: EAVE graduate Ada Solomon, Jelena Mitrovic
  • TOM OF FINLAND by Dome Karukoski, producers: EAVE graduate and Finnish National Coordinator Aleksi Bardy, EAVE graduate Annika Sucksdorff, co-producer: EAVE graduate Malin Söderlund
  • WESTERN by Valeska Grisebach, producers: EAVE graduates Jonas Dornbach, Boris Chouchkov
  • WINTER BROTHERS by Hlynur Palmason, producer: EAVE graduate Per Damgaard Hansen, co-producer: EAVE graduate Anton Mani Svansson

http://riff.is

 

Namur Film Festival (September 29 – October 6)

  • ANA, MON AMOUR by Calon Peter Netzer, producers: EAVE graduate Oana Iancu, EAVE+ graduate Jonas Katzenstein
  • DODE HOEK (BLIND SPOT) by Nabil Ben Yadir, producer: EAVE graduate Benoît Roland and EAVE graduate Peter Bouckaert
  • EN ATTENDANT LES HIRONDELLES by Karim Moussaoui, producer: EAVE graduate Nicole Gerhards
  • L’ÉCONOMIE DU COUPLE by Joachim Lafosse, producer: EAVE graduate Jacques-Henri Bronckart 
  • WRITTEN/UNWRITTEN by Adrian Silisteanu, producer: EAVE graduate Anamaria Antoci

www.fiff.be

 

Festival of Slovenian Film Portorose (September 12 – 16)

 

  • IVAN by Janez Burger, producer: EAVE graduate Miha Cernec
  • PERSEVERANCE by Miha Knific, producer: EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic
  • THE BASICS OF KILLING by Jan Cvitkovic, producer: EAVE graduate and Serbian national Coordinator Miroslav Mogorovic
  • THE MINER by Hanna Slak, producer: EAVE graduate Sinisa Juricic

 

www.fsf.si

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MEET EAVE IN OCTOBER!

@EAVE on Demand Kiev from 5-6 October: Programme Manager Europe Satu Elo

@London Production Finance Market from 9-10 October: CEO Tina Trapp

@EAVE Producers Workshop 3 in Copenhagen from 23-30 October: CEO Tina Trapp; Head of Studies: Jani Thiltges; Programme Manager Europe Satu Elo

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LAST DAY TO APPLY: EAVE Marketing Workshop

Don't miss the deadline for EAVE's Marketing Workshop, a hands-on four-day event to tame all the marketing questions you may have! A 360° marketing training to gain experience, method of marketing, audience engagement and latest market trends.

Participants can apply with or without a project at any stage of production to work with marketing specialists, such as Heads of Study Alya Belgaroui-Degalet (Wild Bunch – international sales) and Sarah Calderon (The Film Agency – marketing consultant), and contributors Michael Arnon(Wolf Consultants – PR), Boris Pugnet (former Head of Marketing at Le Pacte / Editor at Turn Right) and Paul Tyler (Handling Ideas).

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It`s A Wrap for EAVE+ 2017!

12 experienced producers from 8 countries and 6 seasoned industry professionals have gathered for 4 days to discuss the structure of their companies, useful best management practices and alternate business models

The 7th edition of EAVE+, with a new hands-on format, took place from September 6-10, 2017 at the hotel Légère Premium in Luxembourg.

During immersive role-playgroup work, one-to-one meetings and through an interdisciplinary approach, the EAVE+ workshop have tackled the business requirements of running an effective film company.

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Upcoming industry deadlines

THE FRENCH CO-PRODUCTION PROGRAM FOR SOUTHERN AND EMERGING COUNTRIES

SUBMIT YOUR PROJECT BEFORE NOVEMBER 8th !

La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français has been created to support talented new filmmakers from Southern and emerging countries. This programme has been developed in partnership with France Médias Monde and the International Organisation of la Francophonie, in close association with the Festival de Cannes and the Marché du Film. About ten projects in development of 1st or 2nd feature film are selected and invited to Cannes every year. The aim is to create concrete opportunities for these projects by providing access to different activities and personalized support through one-to-one and group meetings with key players in the film industry.

You must register online before November 8th, 2017. A maximum of 120 projects will be accepted. Applications must be in French or English on the cinémas du monde's website. Regulation rules and selection criteria are available online: www.lescinemasdumonde.com/en . 

THE SCHEDULE IN CANNES

The selected directors are invited with their producers for ten days during the Festival de Cannes to participate in an intensive and personalized coaching. This programme is meant to help their projects through individual meetings with French and international producers or key players of the industry and group meetings, in partnership with the Festival de Cannes and the parallel selections. They also benefit from the strong commitment of the patron of La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français.

La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français will celebrate its 10th edition in 2018! 

KEY FIGURES

Since 2009, 81 projects, 148 directors and producers coming from 56 countries, including 21 francophone countries, have been selected. Since 2012, 70% of the projects have signed coproduction agreements and 25% of the projects have already been shot and selected in great festivals or released in theatres.

In 2016, 5 films have been noticed in the film circuit and 3 films have been released in France early 2017: Kill-me Pleaseby Anita Rocha da Silveira (Brazil/La Fabrique 2012), The Wound by John Trengove (South Africa/La Fabrique 2014), The Road to Mandalay by Midi Z. (Myanmar-Taiwan/La Fabrique 2012).

2 films have been selected this year at the Festival de Cannes :Beauty and the Dogs by Kaouther Ben Hania (Tunisia/La Fabrique 2015 at Un Certain Regard and La Familia by Gustavo Rondón Córdova (Venezuela/La Fabrique 2014 at La Semaine de la Critique.Kaouther Ben Hania's La Belle et la Meute will be released in France on October, 18, 2017.

Case-study La Familia / La Belle et la Meute - La Fabrique Cinéma 2017 ©Catherine Vinay

PARTNERSHIPS WITH FESTIVALS, LABS AND RESIDENCIES

For many years, La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français has collaborated to initiatives that support projects in development:

A special attention is given to French-language projects from Africa.

New collaboration with

This year, as part of a new collaboration between Visions du Réel and La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français,   the Serbian documentary projects that apply to either Focus Serbia Visions du Réel 2018 or La Fabrique Cinéma de l'Institut français 2018 will be evaluated by both programs and can be selected by both programs, at Visions du Réel in Nyon or at La Fabrique during the Festival de Cannes(more details on Visions du Réel).

 

 

Berlinale Co-Production Market

Call for Entries until October 11, 2017

The 15th Berlinale Co-Production Market will place from Sunday to Wednesday, February 18-21, 2018, during the 68th Berlin International Film Festival.

The submission calls for feature projects for the Official Selection (deadline October 11) and drama series projects for CoPro Series (deadline October 23) are currently open - please find details below. Novels for Books at Berlinale can be submitted later in autumn.

International producers, financiers, sales agents, distributors, representatives of funding bodies and TV channels looking for projects to participate in, can apply to participate without a project in November.

The projects will be notified by the end of the year, and the Catalogue with the selected projects is made available for all registered participants about three weeks prior to the event. Based on the meeting requests by interested potential co-producers and financiers, the Berlinale Co-Production Market team then organises one-on-one meetings for the selected projects and companies.

Project Requirements - Feature Films

Projects must fulfil a number of criteria:

Feature-length fiction project with international market potential (with theatrical potential)

Suitable for international co-production and open for co-producers

Full script available (in English)

Budget between 1 and 20 million Euros (please see below for exceptions)

A minimum of 30% of the financing, or at least the local production support, must already be secured

The company must have completed at least one international co-production

The project has not started shooting yet

Budget Exceptions 2017:

lower budget minimum: 750.000 Euros for projects from the World Cinema Fund supported regions and countries Latin America, Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and the Caucasus, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mongolia and Sri Lanka. The exception is also valid for projects from Greece, Portugal, Spain and Southeast Europe.

Berlinale Directors Projects: projects from directors whose previous films were selected at the Berlinale, can also be submitted if they do not yet have 30% or the local production support in place

Project Submission - Feature Films

Until October 11, producers can apply online with the following material:

Fully completed Submission Form (online)

Treatment / Exposé in English (5 to 8 pages, approx. 4.000 to 5.000 words)

5-page Script Excerpt

Financing Plan (in Euros; stating precisely which elements are confirmed)

Director's Previous Work Sample (as a Link)

Moodbook/Visuals 

Submissions for CoPro Series are open now.

The deadline is October 23.

Producers are again invited to submit their new drama series projects for CoPro Series 2018, in order to find co-production and financing partners here.

The deadline is October 23. Please find the project submission link, details and criteria below.

On Wednesday, February 21, 2018, at the Zoo Palast cinema, ca. seven drama series projects looking for international co-production and financing partners, will be presented at the fourth CoPro Series Pitching and Networking Get-Together, which is organised by the Berlinale Co-Production Market as part of the Drama Series Days.

One additional project is usually presented in cooperation with Series Mania.

CoPro Series - Project Requirements

Projects should be:

exciting first-season, high-quality drama series or miniseries (no procedurals)

suitable for international co-production and looking for co-production partners

Projects may be submitted:

from producers from all over the world

in development and financing stages, with or without confirmed financing in place, but not in production yet

with or without confirmed partners such as broadcaster or distributor on board

CoPro Series - Project Submission

In autumn 2017, producers can submit their drama series projects for CoPro Series 2018. The following material is required (in English language):

Fully completed CoPro Series Submission Form (online)

One-pager (a one-page pitch of the project)

Pilot Treatment (5-8 pages, approx. 4.000 - 5.000 words) or Script

Bible of the Series (Characters, World, Season Overview)

Dialogue Scene

Financing Plan (in Euros; stating precisely which elements are confirmed, applied for and if/when answers are expected)

Teaser/Visuals (where available)

The projects' producers will be notified by the end of the year, and the projects will be announced mid-January.

See more information: www.efm-berlinale.de

 

 

WEMW CALL FOR ENTRIES

Check out the new East & West focus and awards!

DEADLINE: OCT 31, 2017 

The upcoming edition of WEMW (January 21-23, 2018) will launch a new East & West double focus and will bring together over 400 film professionals from more than 30 countries and, in particular, from the 2018 spotlight regions: the Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden) and South East Europe (Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia).  Producers from all European territories, Canada, USA and Latin America will be eligible to apply and WEMW will select 20 projects in development.

ELIGIBLE CRITERIA

Projects must be long feature fiction films or documentaries in development with preferably 15% of the total budget already in place

Projects from the Nordic Countries* preferably with co-production or co-financing potential either with South East Europe or Italy

Projects from South East Europe** preferably with co-production or co-financing potential either with the Nordic Countries or Italy

Projects from all other European countries***, Canada, USA and Latin America preferably with co-production or co-financing potential either with the Nordic Countries, South East Europe or Italy

SUBMISSION
Please note: the deadline for submitting a project is OCTOBER 31, 2017.
In order to submit your application and the required materials, you need to create your own account and fill in the online form following this link.
All applications must include:

complete online application form

approx. 5 – 8 page treatment in English

financing plan

teaser of the submitted project or previous works of the director

The application has to be finalized and submitted via the following link with all required documents by OCTOBER 31, 2017

SELECTION
The WEMW international selection committee will evaluate the potential of the treatment, international dimension of the project, directors’ profile, producers’ CV and company track record.
Selected projects will be announced in mid-December and all selected producers will be offered free WEMW Industry accreditation.

AWARDS

FILM CENTER SERBIA Development Award – cash prize of 3.000 EUR

EAVE scholarship – for the EAVE European Producers Workshop

FLOW Postproduction Award – 10.000 EUR prize in post-production facilities

EWA – European Women’s Audiovisual Award – cash prize for the best female director

PRODUCERS NETWORK Prize Free accreditation to the Cannes Marche du Film Producer’s Network

* Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden
** Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia
*** Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom

 

 

LES ARCS COPRODUCTION VILLAGE - DECEMBER 10 - 13, 2015

SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN

Deadline for Work in Progress: October 14

Les Arcs Coproduction Village, Les Arcs European Film Festival’s international professional event, has launched its submission calls for edition 2017 (16-19 December).

PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT
As every year, 20 feature film projects in development will be presented to the independent European film industry. The producers selected with their projects and invited to Les Arcs will benefit from 3 days of one-toone meetings with the 500 professionals attending. The submission deadline for projects in development is extended until 30 September, 2017.

Registration forms are available here.

WORK IN PROGRESS
Presented by Frédéric Boyer, artistic director of the festival, the work in progress session will screen excerpts from 14 films in post-production looking for sales agents, distributors and festivals. The "Lab Project Award", for an amount of 50.000 euros will be granted by Eurimages to a film standing out as more innovative. Submissions for the work in progress are open until 14 October, 2017.

Registration forms are available here.

This year's country of honor is Germany and besides the traditional professional events, Les Arcs is delighted to host the next edition of the French-German Rendez-vous from 18 to 20 December. 5 German and 5 French projects (out of 20) will therefore be selected within Les Arcs Coproduction Village. 1 or 2 German projects will also be selected as part of the Work in progress session. A conference describing the supporting schemes when coproducing with Germany will be organized, and special screenings will be dedicated to the focus country. The French-German Rendez-vous will offer its own schedule of events (to be announced in September).

More information on our website: www.lesarcs-filmfest.com

 

 

EAST DOC PLATFORM

Calls for entries

Deadline for application: November 10, 2017
The 7th edition of the largest meeting place for the international documentary industry in the CEE region invites filmmakers and producers of documentary projects in any stage of development. For the first time, shorts are welcome too.

When: March 3 - 9, 2018
Where: Prague, Czech Republic

FEATURE-LENGTH PROJECTS in the development / early production stage are invited to the 16th edition of the East Doc Forum - the oldest and largest central pitch in the region. Almost 150 documentary films have been completed with the direct support of the East Doc Forum, including such international hits as Brothers, The Domino Effect, Blind Loves or Rabbit à la Berlin. The pitch is preceded by a 5-day preparatory workshop and followed by two days of feedback round tables and one-on-one Meetings.
The East Doc Market offers the opportunity to meet with over 100 international funders, broadcasters, distributors, sales agents and festival representatives to FEATURE-LENGTH PROJECTS and SERIES in late production and post-production. Over the course of two days, more than 400 pre-booked one-on-one meetings take place.
Projects with innovative technologies used for an immersive, transmedia or interactive storytelling are invited to find partners at the East Doc Interactive. The interactive roundtable pitch is an integral part of the Forum. The projects receive an immediate feedback on the spot and attend one-on-one meetings over the following days.
For the first time, SHORTS are invited to the East Doc Platform, thanks to the collaboration with the Tribeca Film Institute fund & IF/Then distribution initiative. Up to six projects will be selected for the IF/Then Short Pitch competition and take part in the Market meetings. The winner of the pitch receives up to USD 20,000 in production support from IF/Then and will participate in a year-long distribution initiative managed by the Tribeca Film Institute.
Within the East Doc Platform programme, one event is dedicated only to Czech documentary projects. During the presentation Czech Docs... Coming Soon, five upcoming feature documentaries will be introduced to an audience of the invited representatives of prestigious film festivals (FID Marseille, Dok Leipzig, Nordisk Panorama, IFF Rotterdam, IFF Sarajevo, Toronto IFF), sales agents, distributors and to the wide public.

More information and the application HERE

 

DIGITAL PRODUCTION CHALLENGE II AMSTERDAM

November 28 – December 1

Extended application deadline: October 3

Bad workflow renders filmmaking clumsy and costly. Good workflow saves time and money, leading to a better end product. DPC II focuses solely on the latter.

At DPC II our approach is hands-on, offering participants personalized expertise to overcome the real-time challenges they are encountering on the projects they have brought to the workshop.

We also offer technical solutions via intriguing case studies, expert panel discussions and group sessions to overcome workflow dilemmas. So even if you don’t attend the workshop with a project, you will leave primed with the skills and tools to manage future workflow.

We explain the step-by-step process of decision-making within post-production, guiding participants in terms of delivery materials and media archiving.

Preparing for distribution of your film is essential to the filmmaking process. DCP II will enable you to make the correct production choices (including camera hardware) to suit your chosen distribution strategy, whether theatrical, broadcast or internet-based.

The Benefits

DCP II demonstrates how to achieve better work-time efficiency in post-production workflow, which means less stress, greater satisfaction and the delivery of a creatively enhanced film.

The workshop also shows each participant how to balance the post-production budget.

As importantly, DCP II serves to underline the market value of each participant, reinforcing their status as essential and highly skilled partners within the business of collaborative filmmaking.

Upon completion of the workshop, each participant will have acquired a precise, comprehensive and practical understanding of the most commonly used digital workflows and the reasons for their application, including:

  • Suitability and Budget Costs
  • Communication and division of tasks/duties between the director, the cinematographer, the post-production facility and production
  • Organising, viewing, controlling and archiving shot materials
  • Making the right production choices to suit the eventual distribution platform

In the process, participants will feel confident in their ability to determine the most economically stable and creative solutions for their film.

Who can apply?

Twenty-five places are available on the DPC II workshop for talented European and international professionals, priority given to producers, line producers, filmmakers, cinematographers, production and post-production managers. All applicants must have professional experience in feature/documentary production.

DPC II actively encourages production teams to apply, with a discounted rate offered to the second applicant.

FEE: With project: 450 Euros – Without project: 350 Euros

The fee includes 3.5-day full board and accommodation. Travel is not included. 

Scholarships: Scholarships for accommodation/subsistence and part-travel costs are available. These are primarily for participants from low income countries.

More information: http://digiprodchallenge.net/#about

 

 

FOCUS – The Meeting Place for International Production

Pre-register now and get access to the whole FOCUS programme.

FOCUS, The Meeting Place for International Production, returns to The Business Design Centre London on 5/6 December 2017 for its third edition. FOCUS offers the perfect opportunity to connect with the creative screen industries, be inspired by a packed session programme and discover production solutions from around the world.

Production professionals who pre-register will get complimentary access to the complete FOCUS programme, including content sessions, the one-to-one meeting scheduler and networking events.

FOCUS is the only European audiovisual event to offer content aimed at all the creative screen industries – film, TV, advertising, animation and interactive entertainmentand it is the only UK event to bring in film commissions, locations providers and production service companies from over 50 countries, giving unprecedented access to the global production community..

FOCUS 2017 will feature more industry-led sessions than ever before, a result of our newly expanded Content Advisory Board which now features members of Animation UK and Games London. They will join our existing members from the BFI, British Film Commission, Pact, Advertising Producers Association, Production Managers Association, Creative Skillset and Women in Film and TV.

Research undertaken by independent company Fusion shows that visitors to FOCUS 2016 rated the event “market leading” for networking opportunities, venue, quality of exhibitors and programme sessions.

Registration is open at www.tlgfocus.com

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TIES THAT BIND films hit Toronto and Busan!

2 TIES THAT BIND films are hitting the festivals in September and October:

BITTER FLOWERS by Olivier Meys will have its international premiere in Fast Forward section of the Busan International Film Festival. Its North American premiere will be at the Chicago International Film Festival. Last month, THE SEEN AND UNSEEN by Kamila Andini premiered in Toronto International Film Festival’s Platform section.

Belgian director Olivier Meys’ feature debut was developed at TIES THAT BIND Europe-Asia Co-production Workshop by producer Valérie Bournonville (Tarantula, Belgium) who says they weredelighted to have been able to participate in the TIES THAT BIND workshop. In addition to opening our field of vision and assessing the potential of the Asian market, we were able to benefit from the expertise not only of the experts but also of the participants taking part in the programme.”

Valérie Bournonville and Joseph Rouschop (Tarantula, Belgium) have put together a 4 countries co-production with France (Mille et Une Films), Switzerland (PS Productions), Belgium (Tondo Films) and China (Spring Films, Beijing Culture). The film was supported by Fédération wallonie Bruxelles, Vlaamse Audiovisueel Fund, RTBF, Be TV, Casa Cafka Pictures, Cinéfinance, MEDIA Programme of the Europpean Union, Beijing Culture, Région Bretagne, Breizh Film Fund, OFC, RTS and Eurimages.

Loco Films is handling international sales and Beijing Culture Asia-Pacific sales. Cinéart is handling distribution for Benelux.

BITTER FLOWERS takes an interest in a little-known phenomenon, a very specific kind of immigration: that of Chinese women who try their luck in Europe, hoping to find a way to support their families back in China and almost inevitably falling into prostitution.

In September, TIES THAT BIND film THE SEEN AND UNSEEN by Kamila Andini, produced by Gita Fara (Treewater Productions, Indonesia), premiered in Toronto‘s competitive Platform section, “the place to look for the distinct stamp of today's most interesting directors as they establish their reputations".

The film was supported by the Hubert Bals Fund and Doha Film Institute. Cercamon is handling world sales.

 

THE SEEN AND THE UNSEEN tells the story of a 10-year-old girl who retreats to a fantastical, evocative dream space to deal with the impending loss of her twin brother.

After its premiere in TIFF’s Platform section, The Seen and Unseen will be shown in Busan’s Window on Asian Cinema section.

Furthermore, TIES THAT BIND  2017 project DOI BOY by Nontawat Numbenchapol, producer: Steve Chen (Anti-Archive, Cambodia), has been selected for the Busan's Asian Project Market.

Good news also for 3 TIES THAT BIND projects that have just been awarded development support by the Talents Tokyo Project Development Fund:

  • SYNCHRONICITY by Yusuke Kinoshita, producer: Ryohei Tsutsui (Trixta, Japan)

  • WHITE IN BLOOD by Sein Lyan Tun (PS Films, Myanmar)

  • MOTEL ACACIA by Bradley Liew, producer: Bianca Balbuena (Epicmedia Productions, Philippines).

Last but not least, TIES THAT BIND 2017 project TRIALS OF CHUL by Danilo Beckovic (Gargantua Films, Serbia), has received development support by Film Centre Serbia.

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The business side of running film companies: EAVE+ is back and streaming Live!

Running a company - a real, functioning company - was not supposed to be what a real film producer does … but guess what?

At EAVE+, 12 experienced producers from 8 countries and 6 seasoned industry professionals will gather for 4 days to discuss the structure of their companies, useful best management practices and alternate business models.  Find the full list of participants at the end of the press release.

The 7th edition of EAVE+, with a new hands-on format, takes place from September 6-10, 2017 at the hotel Légère Premium in Luxembourg.

During immersive role-playgroup work, one-to-one meetings and through an interdisciplinary approach, the EAVE+ workshop will tackle the business requirements of running an effective film company.

A Special EAVE Facebook Live stream of the "Team Leadership" session by management coach Michael Comyn will be airing on Thursday, September 7, from 9 AM CEST on 

https://www.facebook.com/EaveEuropeanAudiovisualEntrepreneurs 

Top-notch business and management coaches will explore topics ranging from cash management tools, leadership skills, long term company strategies, negotiations with financiers and partners, distribution models and revenue streams, to raising corporate financing from private investors.

EAVE Finance Expert Linda Beath (Ideal Filmworks, IT) will explore the topic of how to develop an efficient slate of projects, as well as share her insight into the art of successful hiring and firing.

Management coach Michael Comyn (Fearless Organization, IE) will work with the producers on team leadership and management skills.

Marc Bordure (FR), General and Financial Manager of the French production company AGAT FILMS & Cie / Ex Nihilo, will discuss questions related to the company structure and go into some detail about setting up a production company development fund.

Questions related to strategic and operational decision making will be addressed by  Adrian Johnson and Johan Sundberg by engaging the participants in hands-on simulation role play based on the series IMPACT tool.

EAVE+ Head of Studies Jani Thiltges (Samsa Film, LU), will lead discussions following each topic.

Additionally, participants will be able to go into more detail into the topics which are most urgent and most important to them and to their companies, during one-to-one meetings with the core EAVE+ team and with each other.

Some comments from the 2016 edition: 

« EAVE+ is the right place to take a step back, breathe and find your focus back. This is essential to manage your company and creativity. » 

Peter De Maegd, Potemkino, Belgium  

« I recommend EAVE+ for all experienced producers. The way the program is designed gives you the opportunity to reshape your thinking about our business and take a step back from everyday concerns giving the opportunity to see the "bigger picture"! »

Fenia Cossovitsa / Blonde, Greece

« EAVE+ gives the opportunity to step back on our way of managing a film industry company... in which we actually never have the time to do it. »

Jean-Yves Roubin / Frakas Productions, Belgium 

The selected participants for the seventh edition of EAVE+ are:

  • Mayra Espinosa Castro, Velarium Arts, Mexico
  • Károly Fehér, POPFILM Ltd., Hungary
  • Iker Ganuza, Lamia Producciones Audiovisuales, S.L., Spain
  • Nicole Gerhards, NiKo Film Nicole Gerhards, Germany
  • Jonas Katzenstein, augenschein Filmproduktion GmbH, Germany
  • Amanda Livanou, Neda Film, Greece
  • Francine Lusser, Tipi’mages Productions sàrl, Switzerland
  • Viktória Petrányi, Proton Cinema, Hungary
  • Julius Ponten, New Amsterdam Film Company, The Netherlands
  • Mikko Räisänen, Lucy Loves Stories Oy, Finland
  • Elias Ribeiro, Urucu Media, South Africa
  • Maria Zamora, Avalon P.C., Spain

EAVE+ is organised once a year in Luxembourg with different keynote speakers and it curates the most urgent, contemporary topics for each session according to industry need. 

EAVE+ is supported by the Creative Europe - MEDIA sub-programme of the European Union and the Luxembourg Film Fund. 

More information on: http://eave.org 

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Donate to the EAVE Alan Fountain International Scholarship Fund

A scholarship has been set up to honour the memory of Alan Fountain, former Head of Studies and President of EAVE, who passed away on March 3. Its goal is to enable one producer from outside the EU to participate in all three sessions of the EAVE Producers Workshop each year.

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