AFM – American Film Market online, Los Angeles9 – 13 November 2020

Europe! at AFM 2020

With ten works-in-progress and ten completed highlights from a total of 15 European countries, an international panel on co-productions co-hosted by EFP and FSS-support for World Sales to showcase their films, European cinema is excellently represented and highly visible at the American Film Market (9-13 November 2020), which is taking place online this year.

AFM Online 2020 hosts more than 80 sales companies from Europe; Organisations from six EFP countries represent themselves at this years online edition.

>> works-in-progress

The films from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom reflect the wide range of universal themes such as solidarity, randomness of the universe, grief, solitude, friendship, child trafficking, identity and severe loss.

>> discover films & watch trailer

>> completed highlights

The new European completed films include current and award-winning productions from festivals in Venice, San Sebastian, Rome and Hamburg.

>> discover films & watch trailer

>> panel

Europe! How to co-produce between the US and Europe
9 November 2020, 8-9 am PST; 5-6 pm CET

EFP is host of the Panel with former Producer on the Move, Klaudia Śmieja-Rostworowska, Producer, Founder of Madants & NEM Corp. Poland, D.J. Gugenheim Producer and President of Andrew Lauren Productions USA, and Olivier Théry-Lapiney, Producer, Alcatraz Films, France, talking about their successful cooperations (e.g. High Life by Claire Denis).
Moderated by EFP managing director Sonja Heinen.

>> watch here

>> fss support

Following the second FSS OPEN Call for digital promotion campaigns and Ready-to-use digital campaigns, five world sales companies are also receiving funding totalling €20,000 for the promotion and marketing of their films at the AFM: You Keep the Kids! Dani de la Orden (Film Factory), The Scary House, Daniel Geronimo Prochaska (Sola Media), Nobody has to know, Bouli Lanners, Tilm Milants; Inexorable, Fabrice du Welz; Petite fleur, Santiago Mitre (Playtime), Minerva Pictures (A Bunch of Bastards, Gabriele Albanesi; Caliber 9, Toni d'Angelo; Weekend, Riccardo Grandi; Cam's War, Laura Muscardin; Glassboy, Samuele Rossi and Picture Tree International (Diana's Wedding, Charlotte Blom; God You're Such a Prick, Andre Erkau; Risks and Side Effects, Michael Kreihsl.

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Czech Film Center

°efp Managing Director 
Sonja Heinen

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