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38 projects selected for Berlinale Co-Production Market 2011, none from India

By NewsDesk • Published on January 14, 2011

Berlinale Co-Production Market

Thirty-eight film projects from twenty-five countries have been selected for the eighth Berlinale Co-Production Market which will run from February 13 to 15, 2011. The producers and directors of these projects will meet with 450 potential co-production and financing partners during the event. No Indian project has found a place in the 38 projects that have been chosen out of 352 entries.  

Three projects have also been chosen for the “Rotterdam-Berlinale Express”, in collaboration with CineMart Rotterdam. These projects will participate in both the CineMart and the Berlinale Co-Production Market.

In cooperation with the Berlinale Talent Campus, eleven projects by newcomers have been selected from 270 additional entries for the “Talent Project Market”.

 The official selection of projects for the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2011:

Love Isreal (dir: Julia von Heinz), 2Pilots Filmproduction, Germany

They Are All Dead (dir: Beatriz Sanchis), Avalon P.C., Spain

Saints (dir: Seyfi Teoman), Bulut Film, Turkey

Darkness by Day (dir: Martin Desalvo), Doménica Films, Argentina

The Woman Who Feared the Sun (dir: Javier Fuentes-León), Dynamo Producciones, Columbia; Neue Cameo Film, Germany & Elcalvo Films, Peru/USA

 The Intriguing Art of Secrets (dir: Andy De Emmony), Element Pictures, Ireland

The Killing of Henry James (dir: Sylvain Archambault), Filmarto/BBR, Canada

Tove and the Mermaid (dir: Miikko Oikkonen), Fisher King Production, Finland

Wakolda (dir: Lucía Puenzo), Historias Cinematográficas, Argentina

 The Way Home / La strada per casa (Dir: Bruno Oliviero), Invisibile Film, Italy

Balaton Submarine (dir: Orsi Nagypál), KMH Film, Hungary

 A Green and Quiet River (dir: Alain Choquart), Le Bureau, France

 Aurore (dir: Stéphane Vuillet), Les Films Du Présent, France

 Headhunter (dir: Bastian Günther), Lichtblick Media & Lichtblick Film, Germany

The 90 Minute War (dir: Eyal Halfon), Norma Productions, Israel

The Devil’s Pool (dir: James Lapine), Open City Films, USA & K5 Film, Germany

The Flying Man (dir: Kornél Mundruczó), Proton Cinema, Hungary

Broken (dir: Miika Soini), Public Films & Helsinki Filmi, Finland

Still Life (dir: Uberto Pasolini), Red Wave Films, United Kingdom

Watchtower (dir:: Pelin Esmer), Sinefilm, Turkey

Remainder (dir: Omer Fast), Tigerlily Films, United Kingdom

The Spider in the Web (dir: Eran Riklis), Topia Communications, Israel

Life According to Nino (dir: Urszula Antoniak), Waterland Film & Family Affair Films, Netherlands

2 Kidnappings (dir: Marcos Jorge), Zencrane Filmes & Migdal Filmes, Brazil

  Rotterdam-Berlinale Express: 

 Loud (dir: Aneta Lesnikovska), AKA Film, Macedonia

 We Are Dead (dir: Tobias Nölle), Hugofilm Productions, Switzerland

The Cyclops (dir: Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää), Kinotar, Finland

 Talent Project Market

Challatt of Tunis (prod: Habib Attia), Tunisia

Preservation (dir/prod: Nicole Brending), USA

The Babadook (prod: Kristina Ceyton), Australia/Germany

Youth (prod: Gal Greenspan), Israel

 Brian (dir: Angela How), Singapore/USA

 The Find (prod: Dimitri Klepatski), Russia

 Greicekelly (dir: Rafael Lessa), Brazil

 The South Is Nothing/Il Sud è niente (dir: Fabio Mollo), Italy

 Woman of the Father (prod: Aletéia Selonk), Brazil

 Bad Stock (dir: Rachel Tillotson), United Kingdom

 The Here After (prod: Mariusz Wlodarski and dir: Magnus von Horn), Poland/Sweden

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