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 the Baltics, Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine, plus projects from our 2017 Focus Region, Flanders of Belgium will be presented.
Eurimages Co-Production Development Award – 20 000 Euros
The Eurimages Co-Production Development Award goes to the Best Project of the Baltic Event Co-Production Market, based on its artistic quality and potential for theatrical release. The project must be a European co-production between at least two member states of the Eurimages Fund from the outset, while the co-operation between partners must not be exclusively financial. The award, which takes the form of a non-reimbursable subsidy, must be used exclusively to cover project development costs.
Coverage throughout the film’s life-cycle awarded by Screen International
Screen International is a multimedia film magazine covering the international film business. It is published by EMAP, a British b2b media company.
Promising Young Producers
Two free passes to Producers’ Network 2016 awarded by Cannes Marchè du Film.