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Call for entries:Co-Production Market at Film Bazaar Goa

By NewsDesk • Published on July 19, 2011

Film Bazaar Goa (India) is inviting entries for the 5th Co-Production Market which will take place from November 24 – 27, 2011. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2011.

The Film Bazaar Co-Production Market is a four – day event where delegates are provided with the opportunity to meet, formally and informally, international producers, sales agents, distributors as well as broadcasting and funding representatives active in the field of co-production.

Filmmakers with South Asian stories seeking co-production partners are eligible for this program. The project could be in development, pre-production or production stage. There is no entry fee for applications.

Twenty selected projects will be presented in a Project Catalogue and e-mailed to all Film Bazaar delegates two weeks prior to the commencement of the market. Thereafter these projects will be presented in the Co-Production Market from November 24th-27th 2011 at Film Bazaar, Goa.

Projects such as As the River Flows (Bidyut Kotoky), Ocean of an Old Man (Rajesh Shera), Shor (Raj Nidimoru & Krishna DK), That Girl in Yellow Boots (Anurag Kashyap), He (Mangesh Joshi), Ceylon (Santosh Sivan), I Am(Onir & Sanjay Suri), Love, Sex aur Dhoka (Dibakar Banerjee), The Virgin Goddess (K.T.N. Sastry) and The Return Of Tiger (Mike H Pandey) have been presented at the Co-Production Market in the past years.

For more details, see here or mail leenanfdc@gmail.com.

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