Eurimages to award Ankica Jurić Tilić at the EFAs
- The Croatian producer will receive the Eurimages Co-Production Award during the European Film Awards ceremony on 7 December
This year’s Eurimages Co-Production Award, an award acknowledging the decisive role of co-productions in fostering international exchange handed out as part of the European Film Awards, pays tribute to a woman’s contribution to the success of film co-production. The award will be thus presented during the European Film Awards ceremony on Saturday, 7 December, in Berlin.
Croatia's Ankica Jurić Tilić has more than 25 years of film experience. She founded her production company Kinorama in 2003 together with two partners. Her filmography includes 30 feature films, several TV series and many shorts. Her latest, most successful features are the Eurimages-supported films Quit Staring at My Plate [+see also:
interview: Hana Jušić
film profile] by Hana Jušić and The High Sun [+see also:
interview: Dalibor Matanic
interview: Tihana Lazovic
film profile] by Dalibor Matanić. Ankica is also a graduate and a group leader of EAVE — European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, a member of ACE Producers and the European Film Academy. She teaches at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb and participates as a mentor, panellist, lecturer or advisor at many international film industry events.
Within her company, special attention is given to first time directors and new voices. Kinorama’s projects are regularly presented at numerous international production markets and developed at film workshops. At the moment, Kinorama’s artistic team is composed of established authors and debutants alike. Among the recent co-productions of Kinorama, are the Eurimages-supported films Erased [+see also:
interview: GoCritic! Interview: Miha M…
film profile] (2018) by Miha Mazzini and Dusan Joksimovic, The Load [+see also:
interview: Ognjen Glavonić
film profile] (2018) by Ognjen Glanovic, and upcoming titles The Dawn by Dalibor Matanic and Illyricvm by Simon Bogojevic Narath.
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