Partners & Partnerships
The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (HAVC) is the Government-backed strategic agency for the audiovisual sector in Croatia. It aims to stimulate a successful, vibrant audiovisual industry as well as to promote the widest possible enjoyment and understanding of audiovisual works throughout Croatia.
Active since 1989, Eurimages was established as a cultural support fund of the Council of Europe. It currently numbers 36 of the 47 member states of the Strasbourgbased Organisation. Eurimages promotes the European audiovisual industry by providing financial support to feature films, animations and documentaries produced in Europe. In doing so, it encourages co-operation between professionals established in different European countries. Eurimages has four support schemes: cinema co-production, theatrical distribution, exhibition and digital equipment for cinema theatres. Eurimages’ first objective is cultural, in that it endeavours to support works which reflect the multiple facets of a European society whose common roots are evidence of a single culture. The second one is economic, in that the Fund invests in an industry which, while concerned with commercial success, is interested in demonstrating that cinema is one of the arts and should be treated as such. The majority (almost 90%) of the Fund’s resources – which originate from member States’ contributions – goes to supporting co-production. Since it was set up in 1988, Eurimages has supported the co-production of 1349 fulllength feature films and documentaries as at 31/12/2010. A number of these have received prestigious awards (Oscars, Palme d’Or, Golden Lion…). The rules and conditions under which assistance is awarded are revised each year in order to reflect developments in filmmaking in the member States and to respond better to the needs of those working in the industry.
Launched by director Sergei Stanojkovski AMCA acts as a bridge between students, youth and culture sector, creative industries, film, theater, television, music, literature, drama and other related industries that are presented through individual talents and their work. Its goal is to develop audiences, interest among the public, students, access and improving access to European audiovisual works through promotions, events, film literacy development through a series of lectures, workshops, screenings and a film festival. This initiative aims to represent and promote the diversity of European, Mediterranean and other International audiovisual works, authors and topics.
ORIGO Film Group is your contact for film production in Europe. We are ready to deliver excellent results to suite all your film production needs. Offering the highest production value in the region, located on a purposely build studio complex close to the city center of Budapest. We offer everything you could ever need:
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Partnerland Österreich – Partner country Austria
With the support of the Austrian Cultural Forum, Austria is the partner country of the Avvantura Festival Film Forum Zadar in 2013. Austria was present on the international film scene much longer than this year’s Oscar® awards when Michael Haneke and Christoph Waltz were awarded. Apart from Michael Haneke, in the feature films area the spotlight was also taken by famous directors like Ulrich Seidl and Stefan Ruzowitzki. Whether we’re talking about feature films or documentary films genre, which was always a specially developed area in Austria, the Austrian film, Austrian actors, directors, producers and co-producers have, for many years, been receiving recognition for their work.
Selection of short films by the Austrian Film Academy which consists of the best 14 productions in the last couple of years.
Over the last decade The Sam Spiegel Film School played a pivotal role in the film renaissance of Israeli cinema by virtue of its distinctive focus on a personal and sensitive dialogue with the audience. Over the years, the school has been gaining international recognition as one of the leading film schools in the world.
FILMS IN THE OFFICIAL COMPETITION: A DIFFERENT WAR by Nadav Gal / BONFIRE NIGHT by Sharon Amrani / TOLYA by Rodeon Brodsky / ANTHEM by Elad Keidan / DIPLOMA by Yaelle Kayam
We provide European documentary producers with tailored training and advice on how to develop their film ideas, unlock funding and reach a large international audience. We are one of Europe’s most renowned professional training initiatives. Through a combination of workshops, seminars and industry events, Documentary Campus introduces budding filmmakers to the international standards and rules of the documentary film game. We provide professionals and up-and-coming talents with the know-how and contacts to help their documentaries succeed on an international scale.
UNIVERSITY OF ZADAR
IFS INTERNATIONALE FILMSCHULE KÖLN is an initiative of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Filmstiftung Nordrhein-Westfalen. Its current partners are the Filmstiftung NRW and the ZDF Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen.
FILMS IN THE OFFICIAL COMPETITION: DIE SCHAUKEL DES SARGMACHERS by Elmar Imanov (IFS) / ARARAT by Engin Kundač (IFS) / KÜSS MICH TIEFER by Eleni Katsoni (IFS)
LA FEMIS is the French state film school. Based in Paris, it offers courses balanced between artistic research, professional development and technical training. Its alumni have won most prestigious film prizes.
FILMS IN THE OFFICIAL COMPETITION: LOU by Chloé Lesueur / SOUBRESSANT by Leyla Bouzid / DIAGONALE DU VIDE by Hubert Charuel / FIN D’ÉTÉ by Marion Desseigne-Ravel / SONG by Eponine Momenceau
Eye on Films · a new business model for the promotion, circulation and distribution of first feature films Eye on Films is a unique, global network of film professionals, which guarantees the circulation of a selection of first feature films in festivals partners in Europe and third countries, and the commercial exploitation of these films by distribution partners in Europe and third countries. Eye on Films is developed by Wide with the support of the MEDIA Mundus program. Bringing together 70 international partners, including 40 festivals and 30 distributors, the project aims to implement a selection of a dozen of recent films, 1st or 2nd feature films (fiction, animation, long-length documentaries), never screened or released outside their country of origin. Selected by the members of the EoF network, the films will have the opportunity to get selected in the different festival partners and to be released via the distributors of the network.
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Focusfox Studio was established in 1994 as the first digital post house in Hungary. Being accommodated to the changes of the world and technologies, now we offer a much wider scale of services: complete film production (features, shorts, documentaries, commercials) with the support of the Hungarian Film Fund, of the Hungarian Text Rebate program, of our Rental Company, of our very complex Post house and last but not least, of our most experienced colleagues.
The creation of the European Film Academy (EFA) was the initiative of a group of Europe’s finest filmmakers brought together on the occasion of the first European Film Awards Ceremony held in November 1988. EFA was finally founded in 1989 as the European Cinema Society by its first president Ingmar Bergman and 40 filmmakers to advance the interests of the European film industry. Wim Wenders was elected as first chairman of the association which two years later was renamed European Film Academy. In 1996, he followed Ingmar Bergman as president of the EFA while British producer Nik Powell was elected as chairman of the EFA Board. He was followed by French producer Humbert Balsan who was chairman from 2003 until his sudden death in 2005. Current EFA Chairman is French producer Yves Marmion. The European Film Academy (EFA) now unites 2,800 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting European film culture. Throughout the year, the EFA initiates and participates in a series of activities dealing with film politics as well as economic, artistic, and training aspects. The programme includes conferences, seminars and workshops, and a common goal is to build a bridge between creativity and the industry. These activities culminate in the annual presentation of the European Film Awards.
Institut français is the agency for the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs with responsibility for cultural activity outside France. It works to promote artistic exchange and dissemination of the French language, books and knowledge. Institut Français also complements the role of UniFrance Films in promoting French patrimonial cinema, the non-commercial screening of recent films, and showcasing its professionals. And Institut français supports world cinema through the “Cinémas du Monde” pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival, the Cinémathèque Afrique, and Fonds Sud Cinéma for the funding of films, which Institut français manages alongside the National Centre for Cinematography and the Moving Image.
Message from Ambassador
We, at the Embassy, have embarked on a robust programme of outreach to the local communities (Indian and Croatian). This covers political entities, industry, Universities, think-tanks, cultural bodies and generally, the local populace across the country. The objective is to build bridges, create understanding, and to learn from new experiences and way of life. In particular, we accord the highest respect to all visitors coming to the Embassy, who are encouraged to maintain an interactive relationship with us. We have also instituted a system of regular ‘Open House’ interface with the Indian community in Croatia. We welcome you to be our partners in our networking drive. Please feel free to offer any creative comments and suggestions that you may have – which will help us to be more efficient in our functioning!
TorinoFilmLab is a year-round, international laboratory that supports emerging talents from all over the world – with a special attention to those working on their first and second fiction feature films – through training, development, funding and distribution activities. Linked to the Torino Film Festival, TorinoFilmLab is promoted by the main film institutions established in Turin and Piedmont – Museo Nazionale del Cinema and Film Commission Torino Piemonte. TorinoFilmLab started in 2008 with an annual budget of 1.000.000 Euro for all activities, granted by the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Regione Piemonte and Città di Torino. TorinoFilmLab is supported by Creative Europe MEDIA. The four main fields of intervention of TorinoFilmLab are:
The Royal Vineyards Ltd Zadar was founded on St.Martin’s, 11th November 2009, and then the contraction of the terrain and land preparation started in a way that bedrock was fragmented and new plantations of vineyards were planted on the land with a beautiful vineyard site where from the top wines Pošip, Crljenak and Plavac mali originate.
The Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM), offers an educational concept that cross-links and integrates the field of film, art and theory.
FILMS IN THE OFFICIAL COMPETITION: STILLE WELT by Thorsten Kleinschmidt (KHM) / ZIMA by Katarina Stanković (KHM)