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Co-Production Market
Baltic Event Co-Production Market is an opportunity to present your project to decision-makers or find the perfect project to have on your slate during an intensive two days of one-on-one meetings between project representatives and potential financiers, co-producers, and sales agents. An extra day is reserved for training with the topics covering marketing in the international environment, multi-platform opportunities, and alternative financing methods. 16 projects from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Russia, Georgia and Ukraine, and our 2018 Focus Country, Italy, will be presented. Projects from other countries looking for co-production partners or service providers in these countries are also accepted.

Baltic Event Co-Production Market has presented a grand total of 176 projects since its launch and is proud to admit that 80 of these projects have been completed and dozens are still on the road of development or various stages of production. Over the years, our projects have enjoyed notable success at international film festivals and the box office.

2018 Baltic Event Co-Production Market selection 

After Hours
written by Kristo Kaas and Mart Raun, directed by Priit Pääsuke, produced by Marianne Ostrat, Alexandra Film, Estonia

Cartacrespa
written by Michele Codarin, Michele Cogo, Nicola Lucchi, Sara Olivieri, and Massimo Vavassori, directed by Michele Codarin, produced by Fabiana Balsamo, Quasar Multimedia, Italy

Chemistry
written and directed by Adina Dulcu, produced by Tudor Giurgiu, Libra Film Productions, Romania

Comrade Dona
written by Filip Columbeanu, directed by Igor Cobileanski, produced by Iuliana Tarnovetchi, Alien Film, Romania

Erasing Frank
written and directed by Gabor Fabricius, produced by Gabor Ferenczy, FocusFox, Hungary

A Girl's Room
written and directed by Aino Suni, produced by Sébastien Aubert, Adastra Films, France

Light Light Light
written by Juuli Niemi, directed by Inari Niemi, produced by Oskari Huttu, Lucy Loves Drama, Finland

Lovable


written and directed by Stanislavs Tokalovs, produced by Alise Gelze, Tasse Film, Latvia

The Oasis of Now
written by Hamy Ramezan and Antti Rautava, directed by Hamy Ramezan, produced by Jussi Rantamäki, Aamu Film Company, Finland

Oxygen
written by Birute Kapustinskaite, directed by Ernestas Jankauskas, produced by Gabija Siurbyte, Dansu Films, Lithuania

Patagonia
written and directed by Aga Zwiefka, produced by Izabela Igel, Harine FIlms, Poland

Quake
written and directed by Tinna Hrafnsdóttir, produced by Hlín Jóhannesdóttir, Ursus Parvus, Iceland

Triumph


written by Kristina Grozeva, Decho Taralezhkov, and Petar Valchanov, directed by Kistina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, produced by Kristina Grozeva, Abraxas Film, Bulgaria

Wedding on My Street


written and directed by Shota Gamisonia, produced by Vladimer Chikhradze, LTD 20 Steps Productions, Georgia

Youri


written by Bastiaan Tichler, directed by Sander Burger, produced by Denis Vaslin, Volya Films, Netherlands

Zenith
written by Olga Reka and Igor Stekolenko, directed by Igor Stekolenko, produced by Natalia Libet, Digital Religion, Ukraine


































AWARDS & JURY
A Eurimages Co-Production Development Award
worth 20 000 Euro will be handed out by a jury consisting of Emma Scott, Production and Distribution Manager, Screen Ireland, Ireland; Jeremy Zelnik, Head of Industry, Les Arcs Film Festival, France; Giovanni Pompili, Producer, Kino Produzioni, Italy.

In addition, one project will receive the Screen International Best Pitch Award, offering coverage of the life-cycle of the winning film, and two producers will receive the Cannes Marché du Film Producers’ Network Award for Promising Young Producer with free accreditations to next year’s edition.