Film London reveals Micro Market projects
by Naman Ramachandran
- 23 low budget films competing for funds from financiers
Film London has revealed the 23 low-budget projects that are looking for funds from 23 participating film companies at the Micro Market (13-14 October). The Market is for feature projects budgeted at under €1 million. This year the keynote speech will be delivered by producer Rory Aitken (Shifty).
This year’s Micro Market projects are: Abigail Falls (Elfin Productions/Puella Films), All the Way From Over There (Tunnel Films), An Evening With Donald Kempinski (9104 Films), Daphne (The Bureau), Dear John... (Chinema Film Sweden AB), Divorce Party (Fox Cub Films), Dogs Aren't Cats (Knapp Ridge Films), Fatima's Journey (Big Face Art Ltd/Journey Films), Kids & Kings (Gaudeamus Productions), Malevolent (Pencil Trick Productions/Genesis Flux), Mine is the Revenge (Picture Show srl), Nexus (Nexusfilm Ltd), Night Bus (PT Sinathrya Ninety Nine Cinema), Normal Love (65 Wilding Films), Nowhere (Park Road Pictures), Reconstructing Utøya (Vilda Bomben Film AB), Singing Lessons (Vennerfilms), Song of Granite (Roads Entertainment), The Man From UNKLE (Capture), The Saviours (Up Helly Aa Ltd), The Well (Vox Pictures), Where Do I Begin (Hazey Jane Films) and Wrong Planet (Porcupine Pictures Ltd).
This year’s Micro Market financiers are: 42, Backup Media, Coccinelle Film Placement, Creative England, Dogwoof, elevenfiftyfive, Ffilm Cymru Wales, HanWay Films, Head Gear Films, Ingenious, Irish Film Board, Le Bureau, Metrodome Distribution Ltd, Picturehouse Entertainment, Pulse Films, Saffery Champness, Soda Pictures, Tate Post, The Works Film Group, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group, Vertigo Releasing Ltd, We Are Colony and Wild Bunch.