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In Development December 2022

Eurimages

The Executive Committee of the Eurimages Fund has decided to support 24 feature films, including 4 documentary and 3 animation features. Among them 18 film projects by EAVE producers:

  • ALL WE IMAGINE AS LIGHT by Payal Kapadia, producer: EAVE graduate and Dutch National Coordinator Frank Hoeve, INDABA graduate Thomas Hakim
  • BLUE BANKS by Andreea Cristina Bortun, producer: EAVE graduate Jean-Laurent Csinidis
  • FLOWERS OF UKRAINE by Adelina Borets, producer: EAVE graduate Natalia Grzegorzek
  • GRAND TOUR by Miguel Gomes, producers: EAVE graduate Filipa Reis, Interchange graduate Marta Donzelli
  • LIVING LARGE by Kristína Dufkova, producer: EAVE graduate Sebastien Delloye
  • MARIANA’S ROOM by Emmanuel Finkiel, producer: EAVE graduate and Hungarian National Coordinator Viktoria Petranyi 
  • MELTING OF THE RULER by Ivan Salatić, producers: EAVE graduates Jelena Angelovski, Dragana Jovovic
  • RABIA by Mareike Engelhardt, producers: PUENTES graduate Lionel Massol, EAVE graduate Annabella Nezri
  • ROME by Niclas Bendixen, producer: Interchange graduate Marta Donzelli
  • THE CRYSTAL PLANET by Arsen Anton Ostojić, producer: EAVE MW graduate Peter Badac
  • THE FAUN by Augusto Zanovello, producer: EAVE graduate Anca Damian
  • THE GREEN PARROT by Elsa Kremser, producers: EAVE graduates David Bohun, Heino Deckert
  • THE MISSILE by Miia Tervo, producer: EAVE graduate Evelin Penttilä
  • THE SONG OF BREATHING by Simona Canonica, producer: EAVE graduate Daniele Segre
  • THEY WILL BE DUST by Carlos Marques, producer: EAVE graduates Sergi Moreno, Giovanni Pompili, Eugenia Mumenthaler
  • THINGS WE SAID TODAY by Andrei Ujica, producers: EAVE graduates Anamaria Antoci, Anda Ionescu, EAVE+ graduate Maarten Schmidt
  • TTB project TITANIC OCEAN by Konstantina Kotzamani, producer: EAVE and TTB graduate Maria Drandaki, co-producers: EAVE and TTB graduates Radu Stancu, Fran Borgia, EAVE graduate Nina Frese
  • WAY HOME by Charlotte Sieling, producers: EAVE graduates Maria Stevnbak Westergren, Dirk Decker

www.coe.int/en

 

World Cinema Fund

The World Cinema Fund (WCF) jury made its selection from 176 submitted projects from a total of 51 countries. Five of the selected films are produced by EAVE graduates.

Production Funding WCF

  • THE DIFFICULT BRIDE by Rubaiyat Hossain, producer: EAVE graduate Aadnan Imtiaz Ahmed

WCF Europe

  • THE ANATOMY OF THE HORSE by Daniel Vidal, producer: PUENTES graduate Ignacio Vuelta
  • MACHTAT by Sonia Ben Slama, producer: EAVE graduate Cécile Lestrade

www.berlinale.de

 

Films in development

 

  • ALL WE IMAGINE AS LIGHT by Payal Kapadia, producer: producer: EAVE graduate and Dutch National Coordinator Frank Hoeve, INDABA graduate Thomas Hakim receives support by the Gan Film Foundation, which has been supporting first and second feature film projects for 35 years.

www.fondation-gan.com

 

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  • I ACCIDENTALLY WROTE A BOOK by Tamas Yvan Topolànszky, producer: EAVE graduate Claudia Sümeghy is supported by the National Film Institute of Hungary. For the Hungarian-Dutch co-production the Netherlands Filmfonds previously approved a minority co-production funding as well as funding from the Netherlands Film Production Incentive. The family film presents the miracle of writing with unique visual elements through the personal story of a 12-year-old girl. The story highlights how writing can help through even in the most difficult times. While the protagonist learns to write, she discovers her family’s story, gets to know herself better and processes the trauma of losing her mother. The screenplay of the film written by Nora Lakos was the first Hungarian script to be invited to one of the most important European screenplay development workshops, the Cinekid Script LAB and then won the EURIMAGES Co-Development Award as the best film plan of 2021 at Cinekid Co-production Market. I ACCIDENTALLY WROTE A BOOK is produced by the Budapest based production company Juno 11 Pictures owned by Claudia Sümeghy and co-produced by EAVE graduate Joram Willink and Maaike Neve from Dutch production house BIND. The film is also co-produced by Nóra Lakos with Squirrel Film. Shooting starts in the first half of 2023.

www.junoeleven.com

Page published 21 December 2022.


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