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JETS call for entry 2023: The film initiative that takes you beyond
17 Oct 2022 : News Desk
Junior Entertainment Talent Slate
Applications are now being accepted for JETS 2023, an initiative that offers selected producers the opportunity to take part in its annual pitching session during the Berlin International Film Festival.

JETS stands for Junior Entertainment Talent Slate and unites 1st, 2nd and 3rd feature film filmmakers with Irish, German, Canadian, Norwegian, Austrian, British, South African, and US producers, sales agents, finance, and distribution companies during a pitching session with the aim of co-production.

20-24 projects from filmmakers will be selected for the JETS Initiative. 

The JETS Co-Production Initiative organised by WEP Productions & JETS Filmverleih & Vertrieb (Distribution) is funded and supported by Screen Ireland, Telefilm Canada, nordmedia, NFVF South Africa, ÖFI-Austrian Film Institute, HessenFilm & Medien, and Filminvest Norway.

Conditions of participation:

Projects can be submitted by a producer/director team from the following countries: Canada, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Norway, UK, and South Africa. The producer/director team must be in their first 15 years of their film/TV career. An exception can be granted to the Producer: They can have up to 20 years’ experience in the film business and/or has only produced a maximum of two feature length films.

All projects submitted must be fictional films (feature film length animation incl.) that are still in the project development or financing stage. Completed films will be not accepted. All projects must have a duration of 80 minutes or more.

Producers/directors wanting to participate in the JETS Initiative must send an email to info@wepfilms.com with the heading “JETS 2023 + name of submitting person and country” including supporting materials by the 18th of November 2022.

Each producer/director team must ensure to supply safe links of previous work i.e. short films, commercials, 1st or 2nd feature film (in case you supply a project that should be considered as your 3rd feature film production). These should be password-protected.

If the script should not be in the English language, the filmmakers must supply a three page treatment in English.

The total Co-Production budget for one project may range from €300,000 to €5,000,000 (for animation projects up to €8,000,000 ). The max. budget for a 1st feature film project should preferably not exceed €1,200,000.

Only projects with complete information can be considered for the pre-selection process.

The deadline for entry is November 18th. 

Click here for more information on the selection process, how to apply, and other conditions for participation.





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