New feature projects by Otar Iosseliani (Jardins enAutomne) and Gianni Amelio (La Stella Che Non C'e) are among 12European co-productions supported with Euros 3.8m by the Council of Europe'sEurimages at its latest funding session.
Amelio's La Stella Che Non C'e is an Euros 8mdrama about the dismantlement of an Italian iron plant that is sold to theChinese government.
Otar Iosseliani is patron of Critics Week sidebar at nextweek's Cannes Film Festival.
The twelve projects backed are:
Cenneti Beklerken by Dervis Zaim (Turkey/Hungary)
L' Etoile Du Soldat by Christophe de Ponfilly (France/Germany)
Fair Play by Lionel Bailliu (France/Belgium/Czech Republic)
Jardins En Automne by Otar Iosseliani (France/Italy/Russian Federation)
Lapislazuli by Wolfgang Murnberger (Austria/Germany/Luxembourg)
Muzika by Juraj Nvota (Slovakia/Germany)
Nadzieja (Hope) by Stanislaw Mucha (Poland/Germany)
Non Existens by Jon Lindstroem (Sweden/Finland/Denmark)
The Peace With Monk Seals by Miloslav Novak (Czech Republic/Italy)
POL 62 by Pol Cruchten (Luxembourg/Austria)
La Stella Che Non C'è by Gianni Amelio (Italy/France/Switzerland)
Tytto Ja Susi / The Girl and the Wolf by Raimo O Niemi(Finland/Sweden/United Kingdom)
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