Nordic Co-Production and Finance Market
20–23 august 2019
A two-day event targeting producers, investors, film funds, sales agents and others with a professional interest in co-productions. Our goal is to support the producers of feature-length fiction film projects that contain a link to the Nordic regions. Qualifying features will be produced or co-produced by a country in this area or are films that contain story elements based in the Nordic region.
Who may participate?
All experienced production companies may submit their feature film projects to be considered for participation. Eligible film projects has a link to the Nordic countries either in story or by actively seeking a Nordic co-producer.
Nordic Co-Production and Finance Market is closed for press and public.
A selection of the project submissions will be made based on criteria described below.
- Full-length cinema feature film
- Suitable for an international co-production
- Completed screenplay in English (preferably)
- Production budget limits: from 1,5 million Euros (preferably)
- At least 30% of the budget already covered (preferably)
- Company must have completed one international co-production
- Fully completed submission form
- Treatment in English (5 – 8 pages) to be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You find the application form here.
Deadline for submission is: .
If your project are selected you will be informed in the end of June to late july. All information and description of the project will only be made public after your approval. We will need text and pictures for our catalogue within 20. July.
All participants will be sent the complete catalog with information in advance with presentations of the selected projects. We will arrange individual meetings with the relevant producers after the presentation of the various projects. In addition, we will facilitate informal and friendly meeting places where it’s easy for participants to get to know each other.
Our aim is to create an environment that will help the participants acquaint themselves with financial opportunities and contemporary trends within the international market. There will also be inspiring debates and case studies of high relevance for the international film industry.
MEDIA Programme of the European Union, Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Norwegian Ministry of Culture, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Innovation Norway, Filmkraft Rogaland, Film & Kino, Haugesund Municipality and Rogaland County Council.
Our collaboration partners are Producers Network i Cannes, Cine-Regio, Nordic Film Market, Gøteborg filmfestival, Nordic Film Days Lübeck, Scandinavian Films, Netherlands Film Festival, Netherlands Film Fund, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig Holstein, Canadian TV & Film Producers Association, Toronto IFF, Ontario Media Development Corporation, Baltic Event, Det norske filminstitutt, Det svenske filminstituttet, Finnish Film Foundation, Icelandic Film Centre, Det danske filminstitutt, Nordisk Film & TV Fond, TrustNordisk, SF International, Eyewell, Yellow Affair, LevelK,The Match Factory, Memento, German Films, Embassy of Canada, Peacefulfish, Film London, British Film Institute, Embassy of Germany, Scandinavian Locations, Media Desk Norge, Media Desk Tyskland, Norske Filmregissører, Norske dramatikeres forbund, Film Commission Norway, Filmkraft Rogaland, Rushprint og Norske film + TV produsenters forening.