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Eurimages adds three new Development Co-production Awards

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- New prizes to be given at the co-production markets of San Sebastian Film Festival, Transilvania International Film Festival and Cartoon Movie

Eurimages adds three new Development Co-production Awards

As part of its promotional activities aimed at fostering cinematographic coproductions from the initial stages of a project, the Eurimages Fund decided to create three new Co-production Development prizes which will be awarded in the co-production markets of San Sebastian Film Festival, Transilvania International Film Festival and Cartoon Movie.

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These three prizes amounting to 20,000 each will be awarded to projects designed from the outset as international co-productions for cinema release. Projects should be initiated by a lead producer based in a Eurimages country willing to cooperate with other partners internationally. The lead producer should aim to involve at least one other producer from a Eurimages country. The award, which takes the form of a nonreimbursable subsidy, must be used by the producers to cover development expenses of the project.

To be eligible, projects must be selected by Cartoon Movie, the Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum of San Sebastian Film Festival and the Transilvania Pitch Stop (TPS) initiative of the Transilvania International Film Festival in Romania.

The Eurimages Co-production Development Award is currently presented in the coproduction of the Rotterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen (CPH:DOX, €15,000 for documentaries), Sarajevo, Rome, Amsterdam (Cinekid) and Tallinn (Baltic Event) film festivals.

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