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- Danish Film Institute backs two co-productions with German Zentropa and supports new local films

Two new foreign-language projects have tapped the Danish Film Institute's under-exploited funds. The two, both co-produced with Zentropa, are eligible for DFI support with a local minority co-production partner on board.
Holland´s Els Vandevorst will produce Sea Of Silence for her Isabella Films to be directed by the Oscar-nominated Belgian Stijn Coninx (Daëns). Sea Of Silence is also backed by Eurimages and now the Danish Film Institute. Zentropa´s Lene Boerglum and Kaare Schmidt act as co-producers, just as Vandevorst has done on several Danish films like Dogville and It's All About Love. Another has been given to Bàzo, a Norwegian-Swedish-Danish co-production who has already received money from the Norwegian Film Fund too.
The Danish Film Institute also backed two new Danish films, veteran Morten Arnfred´s drama Lykkevej produced by Ake Sandgren and Lars Kjeldgaard for Nordisk Film Productions as the first in their low-budget Director's Cut-films, and newcomer Carsten Myllerup´s youth thriller Midsummer. The feature is produced by Rasmus Thorsen and Tomas Hostrup-Larsen for their Cosmo Film and shoots in Sweden. Both will be released in 2003.

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