Projects include a new feature from the director of The Passing and Hinterland.
Other recipients include Rosie, written by Roddy Doyle and Pat Collins’ Folkland.
Executive was responsible for business development and corporate strategy.
From foreign language hits to gritty UK drama, Screen charts the BFI’s biggest grants in 2017.
A total of 35 projects supported in latest funding round.
Skillset will deliver the majority of the BFI’s Future Film Skills programme.
Organisation, formerly known as BRITDOC, will help deliver National Lottery funding to UK filmmakers.
Oppenheimer was an exec on I, Daniel Blake, Alan Partridge and Victoria & Abdul.
A concerted attempt is underway both from public and private sources to make Estonia an international filmmaking hub.
French cinema arm of Franco-German broadcaster also backing projects by Mohamed Ben Attia and Rabah Ameur-Zaïmech.
Production awards worth €354.000 were handed out during the closing night.
Prize, awarded in partnership with BFI and Film4, comes with an award of £30,000.
Films selected include BPM (Beats Per Minute), Happy End and Jupiter’s Moon.
First projects financed by new deal are Hotel Artemis and The Little Drummer Girl.
Initiative aims to provide support for Scottish TV and film production businesses.
Stefan Allesch-Taylor to make significant investment in UK short films.
Co-production funding worth more than €5.5m announced.
Fund awards €72,500 in production and €30,000 in distribution.
Other directors on shortlist were Rungano Nyoni (I Am Not A Witch) and Michael Pearce (Beast).
Fund has previously supported The Girl With All The Gifts, Jawbone and Spooks: The Greater Good.