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Entries open for European Film Co-Production Lounge at FICCI FRAMES

By NewsDesk • Published on February 18, 2013

FICCIThe European Film Co-Production Lounge 2013 is open for entries till March 5. The Lounge is one of the events to be organized from March 12-14, 2013 at the FICCI FRAMES in Mumbai.

Feature film projects or feature length documentary projects (75mins or more) with a story set in India or Europe are invited to participate. At the market, filmmakers with suitable projects will meet potential Indian and European partners in pre-scheduled one-on-one meeting of 15 minutes each.

The application should contain a duly filled Project Fact Sheet; a screenplay and treatment (8-10 pages); a half page synopsis; director’s note on the content and form of the project; a producer’s note; filmography of the director, producer and the writer along with pictures of all individuals; distribution note; budget summary. Fact sheet and other prescribed material should be sent to contact@eurindiamedia.org and anirban.chatterjee@ficci.com.

The European Film Co-Production Lounge is organized by the euroindiamedia, the official representative of the European Film Commission Network in India and FICCI Frames. European Film Commission Network is a non-profit association which supports and promotes the European film industry and culture while FICCI Frames is an annual convention on the business of entertainment held in Hotel Renaissance at Powai in Mumbai.

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