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Works In Progress
Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event has two Works in Progress showcases: the International and the Baltic Event Works in Progress, both will be evaluated by the same jury. The International WIP will run for the third time, whereas Baltic Event WIP sees its 16th edition. The audience of the Works In Progress consists mainly of professional buyers, sales agents, film financiers and festival prorgrammers, including representatives of many of the major film festivals in the world.



INTERNATIONAL WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018

19 films in production or post-production looking for sales agents or festivals for international premieres will be presented at the Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event Work in Progress sessions on November 28



Golden Voices
 by Evgeny Ruman
Israel
Producers: Avraham Pirchi, Chilik Michaeli, Eitan Even
Production companies: UCM, Evanstone Films






Days of the Whale
by Catalina Arroyave
Colombia
Producer: Jaime Guerrero
Co-producers: Natalia Agudelo, Nicolás Herreño
Production companies: RaRa, MadLove





Senafon
by Evgeny Shelyakin
Russia, Thailand
Producers: Vasily Solovyov, Julia Mishkinene, Yury Khrapov, Anna Peskova
Production companies: 2D Celluloid, Vita Aktiva Production





Drowsy City
by Luong Dinh Dung
Vietnam
Producer: Nguyen Thi Huong
Production company: Tu Van Media





On the Edge
by Eduard Bordukov
Russia
Producers: Elena Glikman, Mikhail Degtyar
Production company: Telesto-Film







The Hunt
by Emre Akay
Turkey
Producers: Tolga Topçu, Emre Akay, Diloy Gülün
Production company: Jaguar Projects





Sisters
by Silje Salomonsen, Arild Østin Ommundsen
Norway
Producer: Gary Cranner
Production company: Chezville




Coming Home
by Darya Shumakova
Armenia, Russia
Producer: Benik Arakelyan
Co-producers: Anna Gasparyan, Makar Zaporozhskiy
Production company: Movses film



BALTIC EVENT WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018




Goodbye Soviet
Union by Lauri Randla
Estonia, Finland
Producer: Peeter Urbla
Co-producers: Mark Lwoff, Misha Jaari
Production companies: Exitfilm, Bufo





Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway
by Miguel Llansó
Spain, Estonia, Ethiopia
Producer: Sergio Uguet de Resayre, Kristjan Pütsep, Miguel Llansó
Co-producer: Guna Stahovska
Production companies: Lanzadera Films, Alasti Kino





Rain
by Janno Jürgens
Estonia, Poland
Producer: Kristjan Pütsep
Co-producer: Karolina Galuba-Kowalska
Production companies: Alasti Kino, Furia Film





Sandra Gets a Job
by Kaupo Kruusiauk
Estonia
Producer: Anneli Ahven
Production company: Kopli Kinokompanii




Truth
and Justice by Tanel Toom
Estonia
Producer: Ivo Felt
Co-producers: Armin Karu, Madis Tüür
Production company: Allfilm




Aurora
by Miia Tervo
Finland
Producer: Max Malka
Production company: Dionysos Films


Dogs Don’t Wear Pants
by J-P Valkeapää
Finland, Latvia
Producers: Aleksi Bardy, Helen Vinogradov
Co-producers: Alise Gelze, Aija Berzina
Production companies: Helsinki-filmi, Tasse Film




Maria’s Paradise
by Zaida Bergroth
Finland, Estonia
Producers: Daniel Kuitunen, Kaisla Viitala
Co-producers: Evelin Penttilä, Liisa Penttilä-Asikainen
Production companies: Elokuvayhtiö Komeetta, Stellar Film, Kaiho Republic





24 hr Sunshine
by Juris Poskus
Latvia
Producer: Madara Melberga
Production company: FA Filma





City on the River
by Viesturs Kairišs
Latvia, Czech Republic, Lithuania
Producer: Guntis Trekteris
Co-producers: Julietta Sichel, Kestutis Drazdauskas, Peter Pagauss
Production companies: Ego Media, 8Heads Productions, Artbox





The Flood Won’t Come
by Marat Sargsyan
Lithuania
Producer: Ieva Norvilienė
Production company: Tremora



JURY
  • Tatiana Detlofson – Mediaplan (USA)
  • Alena Shumakova – Quinzaine des Réalisateurs (France), Pingyao Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon International Film Festival (China)
  • Alexandre Moreau – Memento Films International (France)


AWARDS

International Works in Progress Main Award

Post Production Award (10 000 Euros)
Post production services in the amount of up to 10 000 Euros by the leading Finnish post house Post Control. The award is given to the project, which successfully combines creative and commercial potential. 

Baltic Event Works in Progress Main Award

Baltic Event Works in Progress Award (3000 Euros)

The Baltic Event Works in Progress Award will be given to the project with the strongest and boldest artistic vision. The award will help the film gain visibility during itspromotion and distribution in the Baltic States by covering related costs in the region.


2017 projects and award winners
International Works In Progress


The Post Production Award (10 000 euros) winner:

Crystal Swan by Darya Zhuk
Belarus, Germany, US
Producers: Birgit Goernbock, Debbie Vandermeulen, Olga Goister, Valery Dmitrotchenko
Co-producers: Andrey Isachenko
Production companies: Demarshfilm, Unfound Content, Fusion Features, Vice Films, Belarus Film 

Baltic View Award (DCP production worth of 3000 Euros) winner:

43 by Dimitry Tsintsadze
Georgia, Russia
Producer: Rusudan Glurjidze
Co-producers: Nadezhda Gorshkova
Production companies: Cinetech Film Production, Viva Films 


Baltic Event Works in Progress Award (3000 Euros):

Motherland by Tomas Vengris
Lithuania, Latvia
Producer: Uljana Kim
Co-producer: Roberts Vinovskis
Production companies: Studio Uljana Kim, Locomotive Productions 

Baltic View Award  (DCP production worth of 3000 Euros):

Take It or Leave It by Liina Trishkina-Vanhatalo
Estonia
Producer: Ivo Felt
Production company: Allfilm