Fund launched with DCR Finance Corp.
Supported projects include hybrid animated feature Coppelia and German-Belgian co-production The Walking Man.
Vogt’s ‘The Innoncents’ is expected to shoot this year.
Eurimages prize goes to ’Stillborn’.
Content providers include the BFI, Warp Films, Kaleidoscope
Singapore Film Commission to offer $183,000 (S$250,000) per film project.
New award for co-production development introduced during Tallinn Black Nights.
Incoming producitons would have a single point of entry to the region
Titles include Dark Matter directed by Francis Lee (God’s Own Country).
Ten works in progress also screened at Coming Soon showcase.
Organisations team to back projects with five individual awards.
Post-production awards open to previous Hubert Bals Fund projects.
FOCUS initiative aims to provide business support to Scottish film and TV companies.
Each recipient gets a development budget of SEK 400,000.
The 12 emerging filmmakers receive £5,000 each.
Pay-TV company will invest 12.5% of annual turnover into French and European features.
The social justice organisation has supported the IDFA fund since 2013.
Raising The Beast from Laos also picked up an award at Southeast Asian Fiction Film Lab.
Matthieu Darras to step down, to be replaced by two curators, three heads of studies.
Schory said decision is his as Israeli industry battles controversial state reforms.