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Eurimages supports 30 projects


- New films by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Gianfranco Rosi and Fabrice Du Welz, among the selection

Eurimages supports 30 projects
Directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne

At its 151st meeting held from 18 to 22 June 2018 in Montreal, the Board of Management of the Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund agreed to support 23 fiction, 6 documentaries and 1 animation film project for a total amount of €6,447,783. The share of eligible projects with female directors analysed at the 151st meeting of the Eurimages Board of Management Board was 24% and the share of those which received support was 32% overall as a percentage of total projects supported, representing €1,309,177 (a 20% financial share).

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The projects supported are:

Scars - Agnieszka Zwiefka (Germany/Poland/Netherlands) (€80,000) (documentary)
Psychosis in Stockholm - Maria Bäck (Sweden/Denmark) (€95,671)
Pelican Blood - Katrin Gebbe (Germany/Bulgaria) (€143,506)
Adoration - Fabrice Du Welz (Belgium/France) (€240,000)
The DomestiqueKieron J. Walsh (Ireland/Luxembourg/Belgium) (€380,000)
Daniel - Niels Arden Oplev (Denmark/Sweden/Norway) (€380,000) (news)
Transnistra - Anna Eborn (Sweden/Belgium/Denmark) (€80,000) (documentary)
Patrick - Gonçalo Waddington (Portugal/Germany) (€330,000)
Suicide Tourist - Jonas Arnby (Denmark/Germany/Norway) (€430,000)
Fever - Helen Simon (Germany/Czech Republic) (€160,000) (documentary)
Berlin Alexanderplatz (working title) - Burhan Qurbani (Germany/Netherlands) (€360,000)
Sole - Carlo Sironi (Italy/Poland) (€160,000)
The Son - Ines Tanovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina/Slovenia/Croatia) (€125,000)
The Barefoot Emperor - Peter Brosens, Jessica Woodworth (Belgium/Netherlands/Croatia/Bulgaria) (€250,000) (news)
Charlotte - Bibo Bergeron (Canada/Belgium/France) (€380,000) (animation film)
Natural Light - Dénes Nagy (Hungary/Belgium/Latvia) (€290,000)
Exil - Visar Morina (Germany/Belgium) (€199,174)
Goodbye Soviet Union - Lauri Randla (Estonia/Finland) (€99,587)
National Street - Štepán Altrichter (Czech Republic/Germany) (€94,845)
The Volcano - Miguel Angel Jiménez (Spain/Greece) (€180,000)
The Obscure Night - Sylvain George (France/Switzerland) (€60,000) (documentary)
The Orphanage - Shahrbanoo Sadat (Denmark/France/Germany/Luxembourg) (€210,000)
Nocturnal - Gianfranco Rosi (France/Italy/Germany) (€370,000) (documentary) (news)
Ahmed - Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (Belgium/France) (€380,000)
Black Garden, Blue Skies - Nora Martirosyan (France/Armenia) (€200,000)
February - Kamen Kalev (France/Bulgaria) (€130,000)
The Labudovic Reels - Mila Turajlic (Serbia/France) (€90,000) (documentary)
Old Timers - Martin Dusek, Ondrej Provaznik (Czech Republic/Slovak Republic) (€190,000)
Place de l'Europe - Philip Scheffner (Germany/France) (€170,000)
The Dawn - Dalibor Matanic (Croatia/Italy) (€190,000)

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