Open the call for the 1st edition of the European Co-productions meeting within the Industry activities of the Seville Film Festival. The guest country is Italy.
The call is open to Spanish and Italian producers with projects that meet the following characteristics:
Italian or Spanish fiction or documentary films in the development phase that seek or have co-production potential with the other country.
The project must have a main producer associated to it.
The financing of the project must be secured at 30% at the time of registration.
A first version of the script will be necessary to qualify for the call for proposals. It can be submitted in the original language (Italian/Spanish) or English.
The inscription of the project will be accompanied by a creative dossier in English that will include the main data of the project: title, logline, synopsis, note of intention, director, producer, production company, biography and profile of the company.
A maximum of 10 projects will be selected: 4 Italian and 6 Spanish of which half will be Andalusian. Part of the costs will be covered: 1 night hotel and the return travel (maximun per person: 200€ for Italian projects, 100€ for Spanish projects and 50€ for Andalusian projects).
The selected projects will have 7 minutes and visual material support to present their projects (pitch) and will enjoy exclusive individual meetings with the other participants, producers and professionals of the sector invited especially for this event. The language of the event will be English.
A jury made up of 3 film professionals will give two awards:
3000 € in cash for the development of the winning project
ARTE SONORA AWARD: 5000 € in postproduction services (editing and sound mixing).
DEADLINE TO PRESENT PROJECTS: 21st October 2019
ANNOUNCEMENT SELECTED PROJECTS: 30th October 2019
EVENT DATES: 13th-14th November 2019
VENUE: Official venue of the Seville Film Festival
For any information please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATION FORM: CLOSED
This event is an initiative of the Seville Film Festival, the Association of Andalusian Film Production Companies ANCINE and the General Association of the Independent Film-Audiovisual Industries AGICI in collaboration with the Apulia Film Commission, the Andalucia Film Commission and Cineuropa.