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Berlinale Co-Production Market 2017 accepting submissions
26 Aug 2016 : Katie McNeice
Producers can submit projects for the market up until Wednesday October 12th.

The festival runs from February 12th-14th 2017 and is aimed at experienced producers whose feature films have a budget of €1-12M, which are suitable for international co-production and have 30% of financing already secured.

Exceptions will be made to regions supported by the Berlinale’s World Cinema Fund, which will be eligible for entry with budgets of at least €750,000.This exception is also extended to Greece, Spain, Portugal and Southeast Europe.

Approximately 25 projects will be selected from those submitted to the Berlinale Co-Production, with over 1,100 one-on-one meetings will be organised for the selected projects with potentially interested co-producers, financiers, world sales agents, distributors as well as representatives of TV channels and funding bodies.

Irish projects featured at the 2015 market include Mark Noonan’s ‘Tyger, Tyger’ and Lorcan Finnegan‘s ‘Vivarium’.

Visit Berlinale online for further information





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