Film Fund Luxembourg annuncia i destinatari del suo ultimo round di finanziamenti
- L'agenzia audiovisiva del paese ha stanziato quasi 10 milioni di euro in sovvenzioni allo sviluppo e alla produzione
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The Film Fund Luxembourg, the country’s main audiovisual agency, has announced the beneficiaries of its latest slate of funding. On this occasion, the body has earmarked €9,999,579 in production and development grants, and confirmed it is backing 19 projects out of a total of 32.
In detail, the organisation awarded €477,500 in development grants. The nine selected projects are Bernard Michaux and Remy Solomon’s TV series Cult (€87,500, staged by Samsa Film and Canadian partners), Laura Schroeder’s fiction feature Maret (€30,000, produced by Red Lion), Loïc Tanson’s documentary feature 208 (€30,000, produced by Samsa Film), Adolf El Assal’s fiction feature Hooped (€60,000, a Wady Films production), Robin McNicholas’ VR project Sweet Dreams (€60,000, co-produced by a_BAHN and British partners), Eileen Byrne’s fiction feature Bille & Zotel (€60,000, produced by Paul Thiltges Distributions and German partners), Kevin MacNeil’s animated flick The Secret Realm (€60,000, produced by Fabrique d’Images and British partners), Enzo D’Alò’s new endeavour Ollmill City Football Games (€30,000, an animated series staged by Paul Thiltges Distributions and Italian producers) and Rony Hotin’s animated flick Sidi Kaba (€60,000, produced by Paul Thiltges Distributions and French partners).
In total, €9,522,079 in production grants were earmarked for ten projects. The recipients of these bursaries are Cyrus Neshvad’s short La valise rouge (€120,000, staged by Cynefilms), Gintaré Parulyte’s short And He Said Yes! (€120,000, a Red Lion production), Anastasia Pierucci’s short Mazes (€120,000, produced by Samsa Film), Joachim Lafosse’s drama Les Intranquilles (€1,200,000, also produced by Samsa Film in co-operation with French and Belgian firms), Nicolas Steil’s dramedy L’enfant caché (€3,100,000, produced by Iris Productions and Belgian partners), Jean-Charles Mbotti Malolo’s transmedia documentary series Certains d’entre nous (€346,000, produced by a_BAHN in co-operation with French and Belgian outfits), Philippe Van Leeuw’s drama The Wall (€771,472, staged by Les Films Fauves and Danish, Belgian and French producers), François Pirot’s dramedy La vie dans les bois (€887,000, staged by Tarantula Luxembourg and other Swiss, Belgian and French firms), Ari Folman’s animated flick Where Is Anne Frank (€1,700,000, co-produced by Samsa Films and Belgian, Israeli, French and Dutch outfits), and Myriam Tonelotto and Jean Huot’s docu-fiction project Luxembourg: année zéro (€1,157,607, a Skill Lab production).
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