An overwhelming number of 56 finished and unfinished films from across Europe are receiving FSS to lift their promotion and sales to overseas buyers at this year’s much anticipated European Film Market (10 - 17 February). Sophisticated digital campaigns that experiment with new ideas - thanks to FSS, amounting to 91,000 EUR in total - will speak to buyers around the world who have a rich choice of promising titles to screen and pick from.
It´s eyes wide open for these Berlinale films which are also part of the online market, such as Special Gala Presentations, Dark Glasses by Dario Argento (Italy, France / Wild Bunch) and Incredible but True by Quentin Dupieux (France, Belgium / WT Films), Competition titles, Rimini by Ulrich Seidl (Austria, Germany, France / Coproduction Office), and Beautiful Beings by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson (Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Czech Republic / New Europe Film Sales).
Panorama titles at the EFM will not fall short of surprises and discoveries, including Talking about the Weather by Annika Pinske (Germany / Films Boutique), Una Femmina - The Code of Silence by Francesco Costabile (Italy/Intramovies), Working Class Heroes by Milos Pusic (Serbia, Greece / Heretic), Grand Jeté by Isabelle Stever (Germany / Reel Suspects) and Nobody's Hero by Alain Guiraudie (France / Les Films du Losange).
19 European films in the companies’ line-ups are yet unfinished but ready to be announced and promoted.
**Click here for the full list**
Thanks to Swiss Films, 3 films from Switzerland are also receiving FSS for the EFM: Unrest by Cyril Schaublin (Alpha Violet), The Line by Ursula Meier (Memento International) as well as A Piece of Sky by Michael Koch (New Europe Film Sales).
FSS is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA and part of EFP’s (European Film Promotion) many activities for the promotion of European films and talent around the world.
European Film Promotion e.V.
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