GENEVA: Ten projects from CEE countries received coproduction support at the 155th meeting of the Board of Management of the Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund, held in Geneva from 24 to 28 June 2019. In all, 6.2 m EUR was distributed to 17 fiction films, two documentaries and four animated projects.
The list includes new projects by Michaela Pavlátová, Tomasz Wasilewski, Peter Kerekes and Igor Drljaca.
Projects from CEE Countries Receiving Coproduction Support:
My Sunny Maad (Czech Republic, France, Slovak Republic) 340,000 EUR, Animated filmDirected by Michaela Pavlatova Produced by NegativCoproduced by Sacrebleu Productions, BFilm.cz, Innervision, Gao Shan and Plutoon Supported by the Czech Film Fund, the Slovak Audiovisual Centre
Tabija (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada) 128,000 EURDirected by Igor DrljacaProduced by SCCA/PRO.BA Coproduced by TimeLapse Pictures, Topkapi Films Bv
Nowhere Special (UK, Italy, Romania) 220,000 EURDirected by Uberto PasoliniProduced by Picomedia and coproduced by Digital Cube, Nowhere Special Ltd
Inga (Georgia, Lithuania, Luxembourg) 60,000 EURDirected by Giorgi Gogichaishvili, Davit AbramishviliProduced by Natura FilmCoproduced by FILMAI LT, Paul Thiltges DistributionsSupported by the Georgian National Film Center, the Lithuanian Film Center
The Users (Serbia, Slovenia, the Netherlands) 100,000 EURDirected by Ivan IkicProduced by Sense ProductionCoproduced by Tramal films, Kepler FilmSupported by Film Center Serbia, the Netherlands Film Fund, the Slovenian Film Centre, the Creative Europe Programme – MEDIA of the European Union
I'll Stand by You (Lithuania, Italy) 30,000 EUR, DocumentaryDirected by Virginija Vareikyte, Maximilien DejoieProduced by IN SCRIPTCoproduced by M&NSupported by the Lithuanian Film Center
Fools (Poland, Germany, Romania) 230,000 EURDirected by Tomasz WasilewskiProduced by Extreme EmotionsCoproduced by microFILM, One Two FilmsSupported by the Romanian Film Centre, the Polish Film Institute, the Mazovia Film Fund, the Lódź Film Fund
The Hunter's Son (the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Iceland) 290,000 EURDirected by Ricky RijnekeProduced by Rotterdam Films, Wild At ArtCoproduced by Balapolis, De Wereldvrede, Vintage PicturesSupported by the Polish Film Institute, the Icelandic Filmcentre, the Flemish Audiovisual Fund, the Netherlands Film Fund The Stork (Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania) 80,000 EURDirected by Isa QosjaProduced by Artikulacija Film / ABHO Film D O.O. / ABA FILM (ME); One Draft LLC (EUR), Tunnel Film (AL)Supported by the Kosovo Cinema Center, Film Centre of Montenegro, Albanian National Center of Cinematography
Censor (Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Ukraine) 140,000 EUR DocumentaryDirected by Peter KerekesProduced by Punkchart Films Coproduced by endorfilm, Arthouse Traffic Supported by the Czech Film Fund, the Slovak Audiovisual Centre (avf.sk), the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme