A total of 17 co-productions received a share of $5.8m
The Council of Europe’s Eurimages Fund is to plough €4.54m ($5.8m) into 16 feature films and one documentary project.
Among the projects selected at the meeting, held from Oct 13-16 in Strasbourg, was Thomas Vinterberg’s The Commune (Kollektivet).
The upcoming film from the Danish director of Oscar-nominated The Hunt was recently shopped at Toronto by TrustNordisk
The story, scriped by Tobias Lindholm (The Hunt, A Hijacking), focuses on the clash between personal desires versus the solidarity and tolerance in a commune in the mid 1970s.
Cast has yet to be announced and shooting is expected to start later this year,
Eurimages will also support the new film from Corneliu Porumboiu, director of When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism.
His latest project, The Treasure (Comoara), began shooting on 15 October and follows two men as they face a series of misadventures in their quest to find a treasure. Wild Bunch handles international sales.
Tarzan’s Testicles (Ouale lui Tarzan) doc
Alexandru Solomon (Romania, France)
The High Sun (Zvizdan)
Dalibor Matanic (Croatia, Slovenia)
The Commune (Kollektivet)
Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark, Sweden, Netherlands)
Zeki Demirkubuz (Turkey, Germany)
The Treasure (Comoara)
Corneliu Porumboiu (Romania, France)
Denijal Hasanovic (Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
The First The Last (Les Premiers Les Derniers)
Bouli Lanners (Belgium, France)
Mateo Gil (Spain, France)
Humidity (Vlažnost vazduha)
Nikola Ljuca (Serbia,Netherlands)
Tran Anh Hung (France, Belgium)
Xavier Giannoli (France, Czech Republic, Belgium)
Hagar Ben Asher (Germany, Israel, France)
The Lion Woman (Løvekvinnen)
Vibeke Idsoe (Norway, Germany)
The Miracle of Tekir (Miracolul din Tekir)
Ruxandra Zenide (Switzerland, Romania)
Framing Mom (Rose Marie og Gartnerens Hemmelighet)
Sara Johnsen (Norway, Denmark, Germany)
Long Live the Bride (Viva la sposa)
Ascanio Celestini (Italy, France, Belgium)
The Liberation Of Skopje (Osloboduvanje na Skopje)
Rade Serbedzija (“The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, Croatia, Finland)