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Tallinn indusTry days
INDUSTRY
GUIDE
Tallinn Industry Days
Baltic Event and B'EsT partners and supporters
M U N D U S
Tallinn industry days supporters and partners
project
manometr
Baltic Event Organisers and Team
Riina Sildos
Managing Director
Phone: +372 504 8985
[email protected]
Lili Pilt
Co-Production Market
Coming Soon Coordinator
Phone: +372 5332 4618
Eda Koppel
Event Manager
Marketing, Press
Phone: +372 520 3306
[email protected]
Liisi Puhk
B’EST Coordinator
Phone: +372 5695 8123
Kadri Kilp
Guest Service Manager
Phone: +372 527 6039
[email protected]
Alice Aasmäe-Kahar
Guest Service Assistant
Phone: +372 5664 7907
[email protected]
Leana Jalukse
Co-Production Market Manager
Phone: +372 5648 3490
[email protected]
Liisi Jalukse
Co-Production Market Assistant
Phone: +372 5669 0989
Anu Ernits
POWR Manager
Phone: +372 522 2200
[email protected]
Tiina Teras
Baltic Distribution Roundtable
Project Coordinator
Phone: +372 557 1235
Kati Remmelkoor
BE Screenings Coordinator
Phone: +372 5620 1101
Heli Jürisson
Industry panels Coordinator
Phone: +372 5365 2303
Tallinn Industry Days Team
Sten Saluveer
Tallinn Industry Days Director
[email protected]
Phone +372 5165 242 (Estonia)
Phone +8180 4434 5242 (Japan)
Tomas Pracek
International Consultant
[email protected]
Heili Jõe
Tallinn Industry Days Event Manager
Black Market Online Manager
[email protected]
Phone +372 5623 7991
Dagmar Raudam
Industry Hospitality Manager
[email protected]
Phone: +372 552 7247
Elina Litvinova
Tallinn Industry Days Assistant
Black Market Online Editor
[email protected]
Phone +372 5691 3377
Mirkka Maikola
Tallinn Industry Days Communication
[email protected]
Phone +358 4076 69776
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Baltic Event
BALTIC BRIDGE EAST BY WEST - B'EST
POWR
BE SCREENINGS
Presented by Estonian Film Cluster
Tallinn November 25-28, 2012
18:00-19:00
Happy Hour hosted by Kazakhfilm
Nordic Hotel Forum, lobby
20:00 BE Gala Dinner hosted by Finnish Film
Foundation and Baltic Event (by invitation only)
Restaurant Gloria, Müürivahe 2
Tuesday, November 27
Programme
9:00-16:00
POWR Workshop
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Vega
Sunday, November 25
10:00-11:00
B'EST Projects' Presentation
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
11:30-12:30
Plenary Presentation: Working with
Film Festivals by Thessa Mooji
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
11:00-16:00
Baltic Event Co-Production Market and B'EST
individual meetings
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Capella
10:00-13:00
B'EST Follow-Up Workshop
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-16:00 Plenary Presentation: the International Market
and Working with Sales Agents by
Frederic Corvez
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Capella
16:00-19:00
B'EST Meetings with experts
Nordic Hotel Forum, lobby
20:00 Opening Event hosted by POWR and MEDIA
Desks (by invitation only)
Restaurant Platz, Roseni 7
12:30-14:30Lunch
16:00-16:30
POWR Projects' Presentation
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Sirius
16:30-18:00
BE Coming Soon presentation (works-in-progress)
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Sirius
Monday, November 26
BE Screenings
9:00-18:00
POWR Workshop Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Vega
CC Plaza, A le Coq Suite
10:00-18:00
Baltic Event Co-Production Market individual
meetings
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Capella
10:00-11:00
B'EST Follow-Up Workshop
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
11:00-13:00
Plenary Presentation: Music Rights
by Laurence Kaye
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
12:30-14:30 Lunch
14:30-19:30 B'EST Meetings with experts
Nordic Hotel Forum, lobby
Wednesday, November 28
14:30-16:30 Plenary Presentation: Producers and
Moviegoers: A Strategic Marketing Plan
by Sarah Calderon
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
Baltic Event Co-Production Market, B'EST and
POWR individual meetings
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Capella
10:00-11:30
B'EST Follow-Up Workshop
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Vega
16:30-18:00
Plenary Presentation: Focus on Kazakhstan,
Works-in-Progress (Kazakhstan)
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
10:00-16:30
European Distributors' Roundtable (invitation)
Nordic Hotel Forum, Hall Arcturus
10:00-11:30
Screening 5: All Musicians Are Bastards (EST)
11:45-13:45
Screening 6: Fortress of Sleeping Butterflies (LIT)
14:00-15:40
Screening 7: Narcissus (LIT)
16:00-18:00
Screening 8: Vanishing Waves (LIT)
19:15
Tram ride to Baltic Film and Media School
20:00
BE Award Ceremony (by invitation only)
Baltic Film and Media School, Narva Rd 27
10:00-13:00
13:00-14:30Lunch
BE Screenings
CC Plaza, A le Coq Suite
BE Screenings
CC Plaza, A le Coq Suite
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10:00-12:00
Screening 1: Demons (EST)
12:10-13:20
Screening 2: Pizzas (LAT)
14:00-16:00
Screening 3: Christmas Uncensored (LIT)
16:00-18:00
Screening 4: Mushrooming (EST)
10:00-11:40
Screening 9: Mother, I Love You (LAT)
12:00-13:30 Screening 10: A Lady in Paris (EST, FRA, BEL)
14:00-16:00
Screening 11: Purge (Estonia, Finland)
19:00 BE
Closing Event (by invitation only)
Lounge Shahmatt, Pikk Str 39 (II floor)
Tallinn Industry Days
Presented by Tallinn Black Nights Film festival
& Estonian Film Cluster
DAY 2 NOVEMBER 27th
Nordic Hotel Forum, SIRIUS hall
November 26th -27th, 2012
Nordic Hotel Forum, SIRIUS hall
10:00 – 11:30
DAY 1 NOVEMBER 26th
10:00 -10:15
Welcome
10:15 -11:30
Panel 1 How to Produce and
Make Hits With(in) Asia
Speakers: Jungwan OH (South-Korea),
Yukie KITO (Japan), Stephan Holl (Germany), Lorna TEE (Hong-Kong, Malaysia)
Moderated by Sten-Kristian Saluveer
(Tallinn Black Nights FF)
11:50 -13:00
Panel 2 The Golden Triangle – Access the Best
of Asian Project Markets & Funds
Speakers: Dong Chul NAM (South-Korea), Kenta FUDESAKA (Japan),
Matthew Poon (Hong-Kong), KOFIC (South-Korea, tbc)
Moderated by Jean Noh (Screen International)
Panel 3 Generous Genre – The Big Business of
Genre Films
Speakers: Colin Geddes (Canada), Todd Brown
(USA-Canada), J Thomas NAM (South-Korea)
Moderated by Kalle Kinnunen
15:50 -16:30
Discussion
14:30 -15:30
SPECIAL EVENT
ESTONIAN FILM SOUNDTRACK MUSIC SHOWCASE
Presenting the top of the acclaimed Estonian film music and
songwriting along with the showcase of the country's best kept
secret of post-production talents.
In co-operaton with Estonian Film Cluster & Tallinn Music Week
@ Von Krahl Theatre & Bar, Rataskaevu 10, Old Town
17:00 -18:00
18:00 -19:00
19:00 - 24:00
Pitching session of Estonian composers and
songwriters @ Von Krahl
Welcome drinks for festival quests and delegates
Soundtrack music showcase & concert
11:50 – 13:00
Panel 4 Hot Hollywood – How to Get to NorthAmerican Markets –and Not Fail
Speakers: Peter van Steemburg (USA),
Steven Hoban (Canada), Ari Lantos (Canada),
Travis Stevens (USA)
Panel 5 Undiscovered North-East?
Speakers: In-Ah Lee (Germany),
Martin Aadamsoo (Estonia),
Sten Saluveer (Estonia), Dace Lesinska (Latvia),
Jurate Pazikaite (Lithuania)
Moderated by Michal Chacinski (Poland)
SPECIAL EVENT
Hall Arcturus
14:00 -16:00
Startup the Films: Film Investing and Development for Dummies
In co-operation with Garage 48
Speakers: Colin Brown (United Kingdom-USA),
Tero Kaukomaa (Finland), Pekka Ollula (Finland), Anne Devauchelle (France),
Annick Mahnert (France-Switzerland)
THE STALKER BAR
Film Industry and Press Lounge of 16th Black Nights Film Festival
12th to 27th November
Rotermanni (Roseni 8), take the stairs
Opening hours: 10:00 – 23:00.
Access only for badge holders (Guest, Press, Vip, Partner,
Management, Staff) except for special events.
Free wifi, International industry news, Festival info & Ticketing,
refreshments & Industry Bar
MEET THE FILMMAKERS @ STALKER BAR
For full programme see
www.blackmarketonline.eu
Tallinn Industry Days is powered by Black Market Online
the toolbox for the film industry in the cloud.
www.blackmarketonline.eu
Line-up and info: www.filmmusic.ee
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Armenia
Anniko Films
2nd Lane Fuchika str. 5-6
Armenia
Phone: +374 9861 5835
Anniko Films company was founded in 2009 in Yerevan, Armenia.
Our main goal is to evolve film industry in the Southern Caucasus
region. We focus on development and co-production of independent feature, documentary and animation films that appeal both to
domestic and international audience.
Viktoria Lupik
Producer
Mobile: +7926 575 1451
[email protected]
Parallels Film
43 Pushkin Str, 2
Yerevan 02 Armenia
Phone: +374 010 635 935;
www.parallelsfilm.com
Parallels Film, an independent film company based in Yerevan, Armenia, was established in 2005 for production of short and feature film projects. In 2012, the company started offering a range
of services for shooting feature films, commercials, music videos,
short films, and documentaries in Armenia.
Hovhannes Galstyan
CEO
Mobile: +374 09120 7284
[email protected]
Austria
Amour Fou
Lindengasse 32
1070 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 19949 9110
www.amourfoufilm.com
Amour Fou is based in Vienna and Luxembourg. We produce feature, documentary and experimental films with international, especially European, partners for the international market. Films that
cross borders with their aesthetics, subjects and technologies.
Films that reflect upon and question the past and present, the possibilities and future of society and cinema. Founded in Vienna in
2001, Amour Fou stands for aesthetic vision in regard to artistic
as well as production and distribution strategies and is open for
crossover projects with modern music, science and fine art. Amour
Fou films have premiered in Cannes, Berlin and Toronto and received numerous awards.
Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu
Producer
[email protected]
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Eastwest Film Distribution
Schottenfeldgasse 14
A-1070 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 1524 9310
Fax: +43 15 2493 1020
www.eastwest-distribution.com
EastWest Filmdistribution is a feature film sales company which
specialises in the promotion and sale of quality European and Independent feature films. EastWest was founded in November
2004 and with a strong global network of experienced film professionals, EastWest has a passion for world cinema and a firm belief
that the films we represent deserve and will find a worldwide audience.
Alexander Wieser
Managing Director
[email protected]
Canada
Copperheart Entertainment
121 John Street Suite 1 Toronto ON M5V 2E2
Phone: +416 516 4950
www.copperheart.ca
Hoban is currently in post-production on the film Wolves written
and directed by David Hayter and post-production on the film
Haunter, a reverse ghost story thriller, directed by Vincenzo Natali
and starring Abigail Breslin. Recent features include Splice starring
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley, the adult comedy Young People
Fucking directed by Martin Gero (Stargate: Atlantis) and the remake of the 70s horror classic Black Christmas directed by Glen
Morgan (X-Files, Final Destination) released by Dimension in December ’06.Other films include the 2005 Academy Award-winning
short animated film Ryan, directed by Chris Landreth; the feature
film Nothing, directed by Vincenzo Natali (Cube); and, the final installment of his independent hit trilogy Ginger Snaps.
Steve Hoban
President
[email protected]
Serendipity Point Films
9 Price Street Toronto
Ontario Canada M4W 1Z1
Phone: +416 967 7072
Phone: +416 880 6939
Serendipity Point Films is a motion picture production company. In
2007 Lantos produced his first feature film, the Slamdance opener Real Time starring Randy Quaid and Jay Baruchel and in 2008
he produced the feature comedy You Might As Well Live written and
directed by Simon Ennis and starring Michael Madsen. In 2010 Ari
Lantos co-produced the Academy Award nominated and Golden
Globe winner Barney’s Version starring Paul Giamatti and Dustin
Hoffman. Lantos is currently in post production on the musical horror Stage Fright starring Meat Loaf and Minnie Driver and the romantic comedy The Right Kind of Wrong, starring True Blood’s Ryan
Kwanten and Catherine O’Hara. Ari is currently the Vice-President of
Production at Serendipity Point Films.
Ari Lantos
Vice-President
[email protected]
Snowfort Pictures
5224 Corteen Place 7, 91607
91607 Canada
Phone: +32 3839 2723
Snowfort Pictures is a boutique production company specializing
in the development, financing and production of commercial genre
films. The company's first production, A Horrible Way to Die, premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. Snowfort
productions include What Fun We Were Having F (2011 Fantasia
Film Festival), All In All (2011 Tribeca Film Festival /
2011 AFI Film Fest), the 2012 Fright Fest and Sitges hit The
Thompsons (an international co-production with Lionsgate UK),
Jodorkowsky’s Dune (an international co-production with Germany’s Koch Media and France’s Camera One), the 2012 SXSW
smash The Aggression Scale A (Anchor Bay), Mega Spider from
director Mike Mendez (in association with Epic Pictures), Ravi
Dhar's neo-grindhouse flick American. Thompsons (an international co-production with Lionsgate UK), Mega Spider from director
Mike Mendez (in association with Epic Pictures), Ravi Dhar's neogrindhouse flick American Muscle and the upcoming Cheap
Thrills from writer Trent Haaga and director E.L. Katz. Travis has
served as a panelist at the 2012 Black Hollywood Film Festival,
the 2012 Fantasia Film Festival New Frontiers program, the 2012
IFTA Production Conference and a jury member for both the Oldenberg International Film Festival and FantasticFest.
Travis Stevens
[email protected]
Croatia
Kinorama
Stoosova 25
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 231 6787
www.kinorama.hr
Kinorama is a Zagreb-based production company specializing in
film production, which was founded in 2003. Within the past two
years we have produced three feature films, four shorts and one
TV drama series, winning more than 30 national and international
film awards. In 2011, Kinorama was granted the slate funding
support of the MEDIA programme.
At the moment, we are about to release two new features; another
eight projects are in development. We have attached some of the
most promising young directors as well as already recognized Croatian filmmakers to our company. Eager to co-produce, we are always present at international co-production markets, securing
partners for our own projects as well as looking for interesting others.
Ankica Juric Tilic
Producer
Mobile: +385 9846 4476
[email protected]
Czech Republic
Toronto International Film Festival
192 Spadina Ave Suite 502
Toronto ON M5T 2C2 Canada
Phone: +416 703 8364
Phone: +647 895 8846
[email protected]
www.tiff.net
The Toronto International Film Festival is the leading public film festival in the world, screening more than 300 films from 60+ countries
every September. TIFF is dedicated to presenting the best of international and Canadian cinema to film lovers. Our vision is to lead the
world in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image.
What began as a ten-day film festival has grown to embrace programming 365 days a year. TIFF offers screenings, lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops, industry support and the chance to meet
filmmakers from Canada and around the world. In September 2010,
the opening of our new home, TIFF Bell Lightbox, enabled TIFF to
expand to truly become a creative, community and global leader, and
one of the world’s premiere organizations in the discovery and understanding of film.Colin Geddes is a Toronto-based film archivist, curator, writer and consultant, and since 1997 is well known for his role
as one of the international programmers at the Toronto International
Film Festival for curating the Midnight Madness and Vanguard selections. Over the past 15 years, Geddes has rescued abandoned
35mm prints from Toronto’s closed Chinatown cinemas and garbage
heaps, and in March 2010 he donated 200 feature films originating
from Hong Kong and Taiwan to the University of Toronto.
Colin Geddes
International Programmer
Ultra 8 Pictures
[email protected]
Katarina Gligorijevic
Managing Director
Ultra 8 Pictures
[email protected]
Phone: +416 829 8221
Eventival
Bubenska 1
Prague 7, 170 000, Czech Republic
Phone: +420 6078 85331
www.eventival.eu
Eventival is an European media and technology company active
mainly in the film industry, and known as the world leading creator of film festival production software and provider of festival management consulting and advisory services.
Tomas Pracek
Director
[email protected]
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Panska 1, 110 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 22141 1011
KVIFF is the most important film festival in Central and Eastern
Europe. Established in 1946, KVIFF annually presents around
200 feature films in four competitions and several informative programs. Next to the main (non-specialized) competition, the second
competition “East of the West” focused on young filmmakers from
Central and Eastern Europe has become the reason for many film
professionals to attend the festival. KVIFF is an international film
industry meeting place, organizing Works in Progress (new „East of
the West“ films without international sales) and Pitch & Feedback
(Czech and Slovak projects in pre-production) among other events.
Andrea Szczukova
Head of Film Industry Office
Mobile: +420 72441 9929
[email protected]
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The Lab Studios
Milady Horákové 64/101 – 160 00
Prague, Czech Republic
Phone: +372 527 2788
Traditional TV style commercials are outdated, their rules don’t apply on the internet. The viewer gains minimal awareness of a
brand – if at all and simply clicks the commercial away. Unfortunately they are still the most common advertisement on the internet. Due to this valuable marketing funds are not used to their full
potential. We change this. With our webseries product we provide
you with an easy solution that boosts positive customer awareness
by far. Webseries are a new way of entertainment, that drive positive emotion while creating brand association. It sets you apart
from the competition and your marketing profits from a maximised
viral effect. With this fresh approach you can maximise the experience of your customers, while we keep highest quality standards
at cost effective rates.
Romek Liik
[email protected]
Denmark
European Think Tank on Film and Policy
Filmbyen 22 DK-2650 Hvidovre Denmark
Phone: +45 3961 3902
Mobile: +45 2177 7664
www.filmthinktank.org
The ThinkTank works to maximize the effectiveness of European
Film Policy. TinkThank concentrates on generating change to ensure that filmmaking environments do not evolve into stagnant
subsidy cultures. We set up forums of debate, producing outcomes
that provide the impetus for change. In these debates we require
participants to be courageous in questioning, challenging when examining received wisdom and acknowledge, yet not be blinded by,
narrow interests. These forums should become a valuable network
for the European film industry, its national film agencies, its various film funders and experts from production, distribution and exhibition, preservation and education.
Henning Camre
Executive Director
[email protected]
LevelK ApS
Gammel Kongevej 137B, 3 sal
Denmark
Phone: +45 4844 3072
www.levelk.dk
International Sales company based in Copenhagen and New York.
Handling worldwide rights for feature films, documentaries and TV
series.
Freja Johanne Nørgaard
Sales Coordinator
[email protected]
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TrustNordisk, Filmbyen
Filmbyen 12
DK-2650 Hvidovre, Denmark
Phone: +45 3686 8788
www.trustnordisk.com
TrustNordisk is the result of the 2008 merge between two powerful sales companies: Trust Film Sales and Nordisk Film International Sales. TrustNordisk represents a feature film catalogue of more
than 500 films from highly acclaimed Directors such as Lars von
Trier, Susanne Bier, Thomas Vinterberg, Ole Bornedal, Anders
Thomas Jensen, Lukas Moodysson, Jan Troell and Niels Arden
Oplev.
The company consists of an experienced Sales and Marketing
Team with an attached legal and traffic department. TrustNordisk
is the leading sales agent in the Nordic region.
Silje Nikoline Glimsdal
Sales Manager
[email protected]
Estonia
ACME Film
Estonia pst 1/3 - 304
10143 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 5302 3005
ACME Film was established as a subsidiary of ACME Group in
1999 and began theatrical distribution of independent films in
Lithuania. It soon expanded its operation to Latvia and Estonia,
and Home Video distribution as well as sales of TV rights.Today
ACME Film is second largest theatrical distributor in the Baltics,
distributing films from Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Lionsgate, Lakeshore and numerous other independent producers.It is
also a leading DVD distributor, the top local seller of TV rights and
a leading supplier of content to emerging VOD platforms in the
Baltics.
Katre Valgma
Head of Theatrical Distribution and Marketing
[email protected]
Alexandra Film
Tuvi 16-3
10119 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 523 3577
Alexandra Film is a young up-and-coming Estonian production
company ran by the creative producer Marianne Ostrat. Alexandra
Film’s short and medium length fiction films and documentaries
have successfully competed at festivals around the world. Now the
company is focusedly moving towards a breakthrough into the feature film world. Alexandra Film is dedicated to producing top quality theatrical fiction and documentary films with compelling and
human stories, that aim to touch, shake and inspire the audiences
around the world. Alexandra Film is interested in building solid
and lasting collaborations with it’s directors and is therefore open
to working with new talent.
Marianne Ostrat
Creative Producer
Mobile: +372 523 3577
[email protected]
Allfilm
Saue 11 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 672 9070
E-mail: [email protected]
www.allfilm.ee
Riina Sildos
Managing Director
[email protected]
Allfilm holds the position of one of the strongest production companies in Estonia. Since it's establishment in 1995, Allfilm's main
activity ranges from producing features and documentaries to producing TV-commercials, TV-series, music videos and promotion
films. The company currently has more than twenty projects in different stages of development or production. Films produced by Allfilm have gained recognition both nationally and internationally.
Eda Koppel
Event Coordinator
[email protected]
Ivo Felt
Producer
[email protected]
Piret Tibbo-Hudgins
Producer
[email protected]
Evelin Soosaar
Producer
[email protected]
Amrion
Nurme 45
11616 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 677 6363
Fax: +372 677 6361
www.amrion.ee
Amrion is a production company founded by Riina Sildos in 2003
to produce high quality feature films and documentaries for local
and international cinema and TV markets. The main aim is to
make international coproductions with young, promising talents
and already-acclaimed directors.
Riina Sildos
Producer
[email protected]
Ilmar Raag
Director, screenwriter, producer
Mobile: +372 524 8626
[email protected]
Baltic Event (MTÜ BE)
Nurme 45
11616 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 677 6363
E-mail: [email protected]
be.poff.ee
The largest regional film market, and best place to meet the Baltic
film industry, Baltic Event Co-production Market is open to projects
from Central and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and Baltic
Countries. Baltic Event also presents newest feature films and projects in production during Baltic Event Screening and Coming
Soon programme.
Next edition of Baltic Event will take place on December 1-3,
2010.
Leana Jalukse
Coproduction Market Manager
[email protected]
Baltic Film Production
P.O. Box 4752
13517 Tallinn, Estonia
Baltic Film Production OÜ (BFP) is an independent production
company based in Tallinn (Estonia). It was founded in 1998 by
award-winning producer and director Marianna Kaat (PhD). Main
activity is production of documentary serials and non-fiction films
which are commissioned by Estonian and European broadcasters.
Among others the most famous are A Working Tite: Wunderkind
(2012), Pit No 8 (2011), Lobotomy (2010), Kalinovsky Square
(2007), The Last Phantoms (2006). BFP also produces fiction
features and short films.
Marianna Kaat
Producer, Director
Mobile: +372 502 7509
[email protected]
Creare Studio
PK 34 Keila
76607 Harjumaa, Estonia
Phone + 372 501 2361
Creare Stuudio is established in 1991. There are produced numerous commissioned films, tv- programs and documentaries, mainly
on subjects such as the nature and social problems. In 2009 started developing first independent international co-production project,
feature documentary Price of Freedom.
Riina Hein
Producer/director
[email protected]
Essence Pictures
K.Türnpu 3-10
Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 501 1711
Essence Pictures is full service production house. We specialize in
TVC & TV productions for local and international clients.
Peeter Järvelaid
Producer
Mobile: +372 501 1711
[email protected]
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Estinfilm
Gonsiori 27
10147 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 5558 3279
www.estinfilm.ee
Estinfilm is an Estonian film production and distribution company
founded in 1998. Head of company Mati Sepping is member of European Film Academy. Mati Sepping recent productions include feature Buratino, Son of Pinocchio (2009, dir. Rasmus Merivoo), The
Heart of the Bear (2001, dir. Arvo Iho), short feature Another
(2006, dir. Rene Vilbre) and documentary Meeting Point: University.
Universitas Tartuensis 375 (2007, dir. Rene Vilbre, Märten Vaher).
Mati Sepping
Producer
[email protected]
Estonian Film Claster
www.filmestonia.eu
Estonian Film Commission is a public entity that aims at marketing
Estonia as an undiscovered European film location to foreign producers, focusing on low to mid-budget film and TV productions from Europe, Russia and Asia. The Estonian Film Commission was
established in November, 2012. It is financed by Enterprise Estonia,
the country’s enterprise and export support agency, Estonian Ministry
of Culture, Estonian Film Founcation and the City of Tallinn. The initial
budget for 3 years will amount to 860,609 EUR. The Estonian Film
Commission was officially rolled out during the 2012 Cannes Internaional Film Market under the brand FilmEstonia.euThe principal purpose of the Film Commission is to promote Estonia as a destination
for film shoots and other audiovisual content production. Also in the
pipeline are efforts to set up regional and country-wide financial incentives for incoming productions. FilmEstonia.eu will provide location scouting services, offer producers and directors free scouting trips
to the country, channel contacs and facilitate what few official procedures there are in place. As a key aim, FilmEstonia.eu is working to
kick off local incentive production fund for foreign productions from
2013.The Film Commission’s stated ambition is to turn Estonia into
the Baltic Sea region’s leading audiovisual content production service
provider by 2020.
Martin Aadamsoo
[email protected]
Phone: +372 5650 8383
Estonian Film Foundation
Uus 3
10111 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 627 6060
Fax: +372 627 6061
www.efsa.ee
Estonian Film Foundation (EFF) was established in 1997 by the
Government of Estonia as a private legal institution with the task of
financing Estonian film production, establishing and developing international film contacts, promoting Estonian films at home and
abroad, supporting the training of Estonian filmmakers and audiovisual professionals, creating and maintaining Estonian film databases. EFF represents Estonia at international film festivals, markets
and organisations. Estonia is a member of MEDIA Plus and European Audiovisual Observatory and Eurimages.
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Karlo Funk
Head of Production and Development
[email protected]
Raimo Jõerand
Documentary and Development Consultant
[email protected]
Tristan Priimägi
Head of International Relations
[email protected]
Eda Koppel
Information Manager
[email protected]
Estonian Public Broadcasting
ETV 2
Gonsiori 27
15029 Tallinn, Estonia
www.err.ee
ETV 2 is the second TV channel of Estonian Public Broadcasting. I
went live on 8 August 2008 in time to broadcast Beijing’s 2008
Olympic Games. The channel has been digital from the beginning.
Since 2009, ETV2’s programming consists of outstanding cultural
and educational broadcasts, documentaries, TV shows and films.
It has a special daily children’s slot and some programming in
Russian, including daily news broadcast.
Marje Jurtshenko
Head of Acquisitions
[email protected]
Exitfilm
Madala 1 Tallinn
10313 Estonia
Phone: +372 509 3033
Exitfilm is Estonian based production company founded in 1992,
owned by Peeter Urbla (producer/ director) and Zentropa ApS –
Denmark. Member of the Estonian Film. Producers Association.
Exitfilm is working closely with local funds, film community and
especially with young talents. Long-term experience working with
European companies gives Exitfilm a good platform for international co-operation. The strategy of Exitfilm is targeted to the ambitious
projects with high production value, both feature films and creative
documentaries. Since now Exitfilm has produced and co-produced
over 10 feature films, 40 shorts and documentaries and supplied
with production services 11 feature films from Nordic countries,
England, Germany, France.
Peeter Urbla
Producer
[email protected]
Eero Talvistu
Producer
[email protected]
Fork Film Animation Studio
Niine 11
10414 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 523 3577
Fork Film is an animation studio specialized in stop-motion, 2D
and classical hand-drawn animation. The team of Fork Film creates and produces high-quality commercials, corporate films and
branded content with distinct character and unique visual language and lets their imagination run wild when working on music
videos, animated films and series. Fork Film produces animated
content to be used on all audiovisual platforms.
Marianne Ostrat
Creative Producer / Partner
Mobile: +372 5233577
[email protected]
Homeless Bob Production
Kentmanni 20a- 26
10116 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 5667 7855
www.homelessbob.ee
Homeless Bob Production was established in 2006 mainly for the
purpose of providing a home for vagabond filmmakers. Filmography: Autumn Ball (2007) and The Temptation of St. Tony (dir. Veiko Õunpuu, producer Katrin Kissa, 2009), The Idiot (dir. Rainer
Sarne, 2011). In production: Free Range (dir. Veiko Õunpuu). In
development: Out of Fashion (doc), The Last One (feature).
Katrin Kissa
Producer
[email protected]
IT Garage OÜ / www.tiptheauthors.com
Vara Vald, Koosa 19-19
Estonia
Phone: +37255529332
www.tiptheauthors.com is software platform for marketing and selling movies online. Offering includes portal where people can download movies, widget where movies can be sold directly on movie
official website and on movie review sites, promotional codes, 2-in1 offers and more. If you use Tiptheauthors then you have lower piracy and you find markets you never dreamt about before.
Margus Pala
CEO
Mobile: +372 555 29332
[email protected]
Wout Verlinden
Regional Account Manager
Mobile: +372 555 89445
[email protected]
Kino Sõprus / Black Hand
Vana-Posti 8
10146 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 5399 3411
Kino Sõprus is the legend on its own – as the oldest existing cinema in Estonia it is continually considered to be the only “real” arthouse cinema, due to it's non-mainstream and quirky film
selection. Kino Sõprus and its operator´s non-profit organization
Black Hand's motto is to keep the its fits clenched against the onslaught of mass culture that treats its subjects as statistical con-
sumers. The humanity will reign and our modus operandi is to
undermine the conventionalism and under appreciation of its public by commercial producers and cinema operators and our aim is
to push the limits well beyond the horizon of fearfulness.
Tiina Savi
Reportoire Manager
[email protected]
Kopli Kinokompanii
Gonsiori 21
10147 Tallinn, Estonia
Kopli Kinokompanii was founded in 2006 by producers Anneli Ahven and Kaspar Kaljas and focuses on feature film production and
documentaries. In 2010 feature length documentary Time is Here
by Marje Jurtshenko was released successfully in theatres in Estonia and European TV channels. The feature Demons by Ain Mäeots premiered internationally in Montreal IFF in August 2012.
Anneli Ahven
Producer
Mobile: + 372 556 22041
[email protected]
Luxfilm
Narva mnt 72-1
10127 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 5559 5847, + 372 511 1944
[email protected]
www.luxfilm.ee
Founded in 2005, Luxfilm is an independent Estonian film studio
specializing in film production and offering postproduction services.
Most of the biggest Estonian film studios and TV-stations have been
our clients in postproduction field. We produce both fiction and documentaries, working with promising talents and bright directors.
Priit Pääsuke
Producer, Director
[email protected]
Anu Aun
Director
[email protected]
Marx Film
Keemia 19 Tallinn 10616 Estonia
Phone: +372 5839 1081, +792 6175 2572
+792 6247 9847
www.marxfilm.com
Marx Film is a Tallinn-based production company, founded in 2012
by Max Tuula and Maria Gavrilova. The studio is focused on docs
and feature debuts. Marx Film has the ambition to forge links between Russian and European cinema. It is interested in new blood
and bold ideas in production, marketing and distribution. Besides
developing its own projects, the company provides production assistance in Estonia and Russia. Currently Marx Film collaborates with
such Russian directors as Svetlana Strelnikova, Anton Bilzho, Pavel
Kostomarov and Aleksandr Rastorguev.
Max Tuula
[email protected]
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Ministry of Culture of Republic of Estonia
Suur-Karja 23
15076 Tallinn
Estonia
Phone: +372 628 2222
Fax: +372 628 2200
E-mail: minkul.ee www.kul.ee/
Edith Sepp
Film Art Adviser
[email protected]
Nafta Films
Soo 4
10414 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 525 6323
www.nafta.ee
NAFTA is a full service film, VFX and audiovisual production company, which has been on the market for 10 years. NAFTA has produced over 200 TV commercials for Estonian and Scandinavian
markets, 7 short films, 2 TV series projects etc.
Esko Rips
Producer
Mobile: +372 525 6323
[email protected]
Diana Mikita
Production Manager
Mobile: +372 522 9120
[email protected]
Evar Anvelt
Postproduction Producer
Mobile: +372 566 22882
[email protected]
Liis Orav
Line Producer
Mobile: +372 554 4296
[email protected]
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Kerdi Oengo
Producer
Mobile: +372 516 3833
[email protected]
Madli Võsoberg
Producer
Mobile: +372 556 22085
[email protected]
Otaku
Kaarli pst. 11-6, Tallinn 10119 Estonia
Phone: +372 5568 4239
Email: [email protected]
Main fields of activity: film production, film distribution, organization of film festivals. Finished feature films: Cobra-2 ( 2003, TVseries, director O.Fessenko, co-production with Russian World
Studios ); Amber Wings (2004, director A.Razenkov, co-production with Channel TV-Centre, Russia, film was nominated for Teffi
Award ( Prize of Russian Academy of Television ) in nomination
“the best feature film on TV screen” ). In production: Sleet ( preproduction period, director Támas Tóth, Estonian-Russian co-production. Film project was officially selected for participation in
25th CineMart Co-Production market in Rotterdam in January,
2008). Berlin-Tashkent-Transit (pre-production period, UzbekistanEstonian co-production, director Ayub Shakhobiddinov), officially
selected for participation in Pusan Promotion Plan Co-Production
market in Pusan, Korea (October, 2009).
Tatjana Mülbeier
Producer
[email protected]
Revolver Film
Kunderi 31-7
10121 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone +372 5343 6863
www.revolver.ee
Revolver Film is an Estoninan independent production company
founded in 2005 to produce features, shorts and documentaries.
We focus on innovative and playful films by young authors and international co-productions.
Nukufilm
Niine 11, Tallinn 10414, Estonia
Phone: +372 641 4307
[email protected]
www.nukufilm.ee
Karin Reinberg-Shestakov
Producer
[email protected]
Nukufilm has 55 years of practice in a stop-motion animation production and has produced more than 100 films since its independence in 1994 in a large variety of target groups, style and technique,
including S3D technology. Currently there is a feature length family
adventure Lisa Limone and Maroc Orange in the last stage of post
production and another feature length project in development stage
- Morten on the Ship of Fools. Nukufilm has its own workshops for
puppet, props and decoration building that allow us to experiment
with new materials and technologies. Nukufilm's films have been
awarded with high prizes an all major animation festivals and currently one of our films is being considered for Academy Award nomination – Ülo Pikkov's Body Memory.
Andero Tõnissoo
Producer
Andrus Raudsalu
CEO
Mobile: +372 510 0500
[email protected]
Silver Moon Entertainment Inc
5247 Corteen Place. North Hollywood, CA 91607, USA
Phone: +1 818 766 6332
Founded in 2002, Silver Moon develops feature and animation
projects for different international audiences.
Aare Tilk
Producer
[email protected]
Smile Motion
Phone +372 5663 3338
Veerenni 24, Tallinn
http://www.motion.ee/ http://vimeo.com/43973493
Motion is a unique network of Estonian creative talent. We have
produced commercial audiovisual content since 2003. We are
continuously working with Estonian leading advertising agencies,
art directors and producers to create unique and eye catching animations and still imagery. Our clients include some of the best
known brands in the Baltic region. Most of our small, but flexible
team, has a background in graphic design. Our in house skills cover a wide area of possibilities from fluid simulation to corporate
broadcast identity creation. By having transformed our role from
a traditional post-production studio to a network of talent united by
creative challenges, we can offer you a tailor-made process for creating inspiring audiovisual work.
Mark Kuslapuu
General manager
[email protected]
Karolin Põder
Production/ Project manager
Phone: +372 569 16712
[email protected]
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
Telliskivi 60A
10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone +372 631 4642
www.poff.ee/eng
Tallinn Black nights Film Festival (PÖFF), is one of the largest and
most known international film festivals in North-Eastern Europe.
The festival now in its 16th edition screens an impressive number
of over 600 films (270 full features) with approximately 700
screenings, features four competitions (international competition
Eurasia, Tridens Herring film competition for countries around Baltic Sea; Heavein Estonian Film Award and North American competition - indie feature film competition), 3 sub festivals of children’s
& youth, artistic animation, and short films, along with dedicated
industry programme and year- around online film market - The
Black Market Online. The festival is attended annually by over 400
film professionals and boasts an audience of 73 000 spectators.
Tiina Lokk
Festival Director
[email protected]
Phone +372 5091 689
Neeme Kari
Managing Director
[email protected]
Phone +372 5037 522
Tallinn Industry Days
Telliskivi 60A
10412 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone +372 631 4642
www.poff.ee/eng
Sten Saluveer
Tallinn Industry Days Director
[email protected]
Phone +372 5165 242 (Estonia)
Phone +8180 4434 5242 (Japan)
Tomas Pracek
International Consultant
[email protected]
Heili Jõe
Tallinn Industry Days Event Manager
Black Market Online Manager
[email protected]
Phone +372 5623 7991
Dagmar Raudam
Industry Hospitality Manager
[email protected]
Phone: +372 552 7247
Elina Litvinova
Tallinn Industry Days Assistant
Black Market Online Editor
[email protected]
Phone +372 5691 3377
Mirkka Maikola
Tallinn Industry Days Communication
[email protected]
Phone +358 4076 69776
Tallinnfilm
Estonia pst. 9
10143 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 663 1370
www.tallinnfilm.ee
Tallinnfilm began its activities as a theatrical distributor and arthouse cinema operator in 2004. In October 2009 it opened a
brand new cinema Artis (member of Europa Cinemas network) in
central Tallinn where it releases its own acquisitions, films from
other distributors and also organises film events. Founded in
1941, Tallinnfilm was the main production company in Estonia
and since terminating the production activities, it also deals with
restoring and distributing its film archive.
Tiina Teras
Head of Distribution
Mobile: +372 557 1235
[email protected]
Birgit Krullo
Administrative Director
[email protected]
Phone +372 5648 9816
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TraumFaBriK
Müürivahe 17-3
10140 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 565 1560
Kiur aarma
Producer
[email protected]
Jaak Kilmi
Director
viTa picTura prOducTiOns
http://www.vitapictura.co.uk/
Vita Pictura is a production company based currently in the capital
of Estonia, Tallinn. We specialize in promotional clips, event coverage, viral videos and music videos. Founded as recently as 2011,
Vita Pictura Productions has a showreel consisting of work created
for Estonia's biggest night clubs and globally renowned musicians
and artists.
georgius misjura
Senior Manager
Phone: +372 564 99820
[email protected]
roman pototski
Producer
[email protected]
WundErland372
Rävala 7
Tallinn, Estonia
Finnish/Swedish/Estonian based production house in Tallinn. We
work in collaboration with the finest Estonian production companies, animation studios, developers and most talented creative
people. Covering the whole Nordic and Baltic region
henrik visuri
Executive Producer
[email protected]
martin von Zweigbergk
Executive Producer
[email protected]
liina Tuvi
Producer's Assistant
[email protected]
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Finland
angEl Films
Sahaajankatu 28
00880 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 9 759 4770
Angel Films Ltd is leading one stop film equipment rental house in
Finland. It is a part of NSR Scandinavia Group, pan Nordic rental
house group. NSR Scandinavia brands are Dagsljus, Angel Films,
North Star Rental Lapponia and North Star Rental Estonia.
ville penttilä
Managing Director
Mobile: +358 40 547 6464
[email protected]
Blind spOT picTurEs
Merimiehenkatu 36 D
00150 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 50 593 7714
Blind Spot Pictures is a Finnish production company established in
1997 by ACE-producer Tero Kaukomaa. Our mission is to produce
and co-produce quality features for international markets.
Tero Kaukomaa
Producer
[email protected]
Finland Film cOmmissiOn
Kalevankatu 39-43
FI-00180 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 400 888 454
Finland Film Commission is the national level film commission, facilitating co-operation of regional film commissions and offering
single point of contact for any queries related to filming in Finland.
Finland Film Commission welcomes film, commercials and television productions to shoot in Finland's magnificent northern European landscapes and to make use of the country's high standard
infrastructure and skilled professionals. Please don't hesitate to
contact us if you need further information about filming in Finland.
Whether it's about locations, production services, equipment or
crew, let us know and we'll be more than happy to help.
päivi söderström
Excutive Manager
Mobile: +358 40 134 6852
[email protected]
Tiina laasonen
Project Designer
Mobile: +358 40088 8454
[email protected]
Finnish Film & audiOvisual ExpOrT FavEx
Kalevankatu 39-43
00180 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 40 752 7777
www.favex.fi
Finnish Audio-Visual Exports Association promotes Finnish audiovisual products and companies internationally, it is b2b non-profit
organization that arranges joint projects between Finnish film, animation, video, music industry participants and their international
counterparts. Among our activities: www.filmland.fi
Vera Ruokkonen
Project Manager
[email protected]
Anna Morozova-Cobb
Country manager, Russia
Mobile: +7 910 461 0607
[email protected]
The Finnish Film Foundation
Kanavakatu 12
FI-00160 Helsinki , Finland
Phone: +358 9 6220 3030
Fax: +358 9 6220 3050
www.ses.fi/en
The Finnish Film Foundation’s task is to support and develop Finnish film production, distribution and exhibition. FFF grants support
for professional Finnish film production. The goal of the Foundation is to promote high-quality, versatile and unique Finnish film.
Support can be granted for feature-length, short fiction, tv-drama,
documentary, animation and children’s films. Support can also be
granted for international co-productions that have a Finnish coproducer and artistic and/or technical input from Finland.
Production support is granted for script writing, development, the
actual production, and marketing and distribution in Finland.
Petri Kemppinen
Head of Production
[email protected]
Jaana Puskala
Head of Feature Film Promotion
[email protected]
Kaisu Isto
Film Commissioner
[email protected]
Jukka Asikainen
Film Commissioner
[email protected]
Harri Ahokas
Head of Domestic Distribution
[email protected]
Kati Nuora
International Information
[email protected]
Maria Leskinen
Assistant, Production Department
[email protected]
Marjo Pipinen
Assistant, International Promotion - Feature Films
[email protected]
First Floor Productions
Pursimiehenkatu 8,
00150 Helsinki, Finland
www.firstfloor.fi
First Floor Productions is a film production company operating in
Helsinki. Their latest feature film Naked Harbour by director Aku
Louhimies premiered on February 3, 2012. Another project by
Aku Louhimies, an eco thriller titled Deluge – Sands of Sarasvati,
is in development and scheduled for completion in 2014.
Pauli Pentti
Producer
Phone: +358 50 382 2024
[email protected]
Aku Louhimies
Director
[email protected]
Fisher King Production
Fredrikinkatu 34 B 20-21
00100 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 40 069 3743
Fisher King Production produces high-quality feature films and TV
drama for domestic and international markets. The main focus is
in the commercial genre driven productions.
Matti Halonen
Producer, MD
[email protected]
Leila Lyytikäinen
Producer
mobile +358 5 0520 6771
[email protected]
Generator Post Production
Pursimiehenkatu 29-31 A
00150 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 2 0123 2300
Founded in 2001, Generator Post manages and engineers advanced digital technology and offers creative services for feature
film, drama and advertising post-production.
With 25 years of experience and over 100 feature films under its
belt, Generator Post delivers storytelling magic both in picture and
in sound for various media platforms and audiences everywher
Essi Haukkamaa
Post Production Producer
Mobile: +358 40 1861 368
[email protected]
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Helmi Films
Uutiskatu 2 Helsinki
00240 Finland
Phone: +358 45130 6577
Helmi Films Ltd. is an independent television and film production
company founded in 2007 by Tahir Aliyev and Maria Friman. During the last 3 years Helmi Films has produced more than 20 films,
mostly creative documentaries, from which a major part was
broadcasted by Finnish National TV (YLE TV). Major TV and Film
Productions: Women on Hold, Family Angel, Memories from Baku.
Helmi Films does more than making TV shows and films. Our IT
division is creating web page and new media solutions. Our Casting Division is in constant search of talented actors. Our producers
are working in wide range of cultural, environment and social projects. We are also specialize in the making of: TV and radio commercials, soundtrack design, making music videos, motion
capture, 3D computer graphics, photo and portfolio services, video
editing and web solutions.
Tahir Aliyev
Executive Producer
[email protected]
Helsinki International Film Festival - Love & Anarchy
PO BOX 889 Helsinki 00101 Finland
Phone: +358 96 843 5233
Phone: +358 40 591 6171
[email protected]
www.hiff.fi/en
Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy is held since
1988, yearly in September. During its 25-year lifespan the Helsinki
International Film Festival (HIFF) has found its place as the top venue
for the new and the alternative in cinema. HIFF is the largest film festival in Finland with an attendance of over 57,000 admissions in
2012. This year’s record-breaking program consisted of over 180 feature films and 80 short films from all over the world on 15 screens.
Celebrating its 25th year this September HIFF launched the first industry event in Finland for feature films. The FINNISH FILM AFFAIR
(FFA) showcased 27 new Finnish films and 15 works in progress to
over 200 invited sales agents, distributors, festival programmers and
attending industry professionals. The 26th HIFF will be organized
from19th to 29th September and the dates for the next edition of the
FFA will be September 24th to 26th 2013.
Sara Norberg
Producer
[email protected]
Interprod
Vislauskuja 13
FIN-00520 Helsinki
phone +358 40 587 2171
www.interprod.fi
Interprod is probably the first Sales Agent in Finland. We have specilized in movies made by the Swedish-speaking minority in Finland, but we also sell other movies: documentaries, shorts and
feature. In our line-up we have films like IRIS (the first children´s
movie made in Swedish language in Finland), documentaries as
Casper and the Forbidden Movie and I draw therefore I am and
several short films for children as Applethieves. We are also interesting in projects from other countries, especially from the Baltics.
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Klas Fransberg
Diretor of Sales
[email protected]
KALLE KINNUNEN
Aleksis Kiven katu 58 c 63
Helsinki 00510 Finland
Phone: +358 50 572 7820
[email protected]
Kalle Kinnunen (1977) is a film journalist based in Helsinki. A full
time film critic and journalist from 1998, he currently writes for
leading Finnish magazines such as Suomen Kuvalehti and Image,
and for news agency STT. He has lectured on film at The Finnish
Academy of Fine Arts, the National Audiovisual Archive's film theatre, Aalto University, the Jyvaskyla Arts Festival et al. In the nineties, when the Finnish Board of Film Classification regularly
banned and censored genre cinema in Finland, had he was a
member of board in the anti-censorship organization Dark Fantasy
Society. He is a member of board at both Filmiaura Association, a
honorary organization which rewards the annual Jussi Awards for
achievements in Finnish film (the equivalent of AMPAS), and the
Finnish Critics' Association. Since late 1990's, he has also worked
in the programming teams at both Love & Anarchy - The Helsinki
Film Festival (Finland's largest film festival) and Night Visions Film
Festival (Finland's largest genre film event). When he is not writing
or attending film festivals around the world, Kinnunen is probably
enjoying vintage genre cinema at home.
Kinosto
Linnankoskenkatu 23 A 12
00250 Helsinki 25
Phone: +358 50 541 3187
Kinosto is making international coproductions on feature films and
documentaries. Their recent feature The Storage gained over 200
000 admissions in the cinemas. At the moment they are on postproduction of their new feature film August Fools a comedy based
on 1962 Youth festival in Helsinki.
Jouko Seppälä
Managing Director
[email protected]
Markku Flink
Producer
[email protected]
Taru Mäkela
Director
[email protected]
Klok Creative Agency OY
Finlaysoninkuja 9 Tampere 33210 Finland
[email protected]
Phone: +358 50 337 7984
Klok is a video agency which helps you to join the revolution and
navigate the world of online video. We are here for two things: understanding the change and getting the most out of it. Our daily
job is to plan, produce, package and distribute your video content
in different online platforms. We create channels. The result of our
work is a channel and the value is always in the audience. That's
smart.
Pekka Ollula
Producer
[email protected]
Koskela Art & Media House
Kanavakatu 6 L 1
Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 50 593 7714
Koskela Art & Media House, founded by Kimmo Koskela in 1986,
is an independent production company for feature film productions
and documentaries, high-end audio-visual programs for arts and
performing arts, including, portraits of artists, adaptations of music
and dance for the camera and real time renditions of live performances. Koskela Art & Media House has independently produced
over 20 productions.
Merja Ritola
Producer
Mobile: +358 50 593 7714
[email protected]
Made
Perämiehenkatu 12 E
00150 Helsinki, Finland
www.made.fi
MADE is founded in 2011, and is a production company focusing
on the films on the borderline between documentary and fiction.
Made was founded by the producers from MJÖLK and BLIND
SPOT PICTURES together with Ulla Simonen to serve as the documentary and Art House arm for the three company cluster. The
aim is to make strong films with makers own voice for the audiences both in Finland and abroad.
Ulla Simonen
Producer
Mobile: +358 40 900 5505
[email protected]
Making Movies Oy
Ratalatu 1 b/A 5
00120 Helsinki, Finland
www.mamo.fi
Making Movies Oy was founded 1996. It has produced more than
50 documentaries, five feature films (including Black Ice and Rat
King by Petri Kotwica) and many short films. Films produced by
Making Movies Oy have been broadcasted and screened in over
40 countries.
Kai Nordberg
Producer
[email protected]
Kaarle Aho
Producer
Mobile: +358 40 725 3936
[email protected]
Klaus Härö
Director
napafilms
Vanha Talvitie 1
00580 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 41 536 7636
www.napafilms.fi
napafilms ltd is a fresh and curious Helsinki-based production
company established in 2009 by Liisa Juntunen. Napafilms is a
known base for young and up-coming talents and has open mind
and creative attitude towards filmmaking and life over all. Let’s
have fun!
Liisa Juntunen
Producer
[email protected]
Piiboutique
Vanha Muuralantie 5
02770 Espoo, Finland
Piiboutique is a new company aiming to promote the new Finnish
animation, Finder the best of the international titles and consulting
various companies in the international markets, as well as mentoring new talents.
Pirjomarika Berg
Managing Director
Mob: +358 40 581 1107
[email protected]
Sutine
Eerikinkatu 40 A 23
00180 Helsinki, Finland
Sutine has been involved in the production of film, music videos
and commercials in a variety of environments. Clients and partners
includes; Film Directors Aku Louhimies and Mika Kaurismäki and
Production companies Kinosto, Grillifilms, Blind Spot Pictures,
Moshfish Helsinki, First Floor Productions, Marianna Films.
Laura Sutinen
Entrepreneur
Mobile: +358 40 190 4449
[email protected]
The Yellow Affair
Vanha Talvitie 11 A
FI-00580 Helsinki, Finland
Götgatan 9, 1tr, SE-11646
Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8645 1212
www.yellowaffair.com
The Yellow Affair is a World Sales Agent for film, with offices in
both Helsinki and Stockholm. The company is owned by several
production companies and is one of the most prominent film sales
companies based in Scandinavia. We represent content from all
over the world, covering all genres, but mostly specialize in quality
art-house films that promise good world A-class festival exposure
and have strong commercial potential. The Yellow Affair’s core
business is to take these films out into the world seeking program
licensing and distribution to all territories and to all windows (Theatrical/ Video-DVD/ Pay and Free TV/ Ancillary/ Digital Rights).
Miira Paasilinna
CEO
[email protected]
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Karoliina Martikainen
Sales Executive
Mobile: +358 50 360 0350
[email protected]
Vertigo Production
Pohjoisesplanadi 27 C
00100 Helsinki, Finland
www.vertigo.fi
Vertigo has a deep passion for telling touching, insightful and entertaining stories about the people of our time. Vertigo is an independent production company working with different screenwriters
and directors, providing them with the best possible production
conditions to fulfill their vision.
Minna Virtanen
Producer
Mobile: +358 50 490 4119
[email protected]
France
ACE - Ateliers du cinema Europeen
8 rue Mayran Paris 75009 France
Phone: +33 1 5325 0001
Fax: +33 1 5332 7694
[email protected]
www.ace-producers.com
In 1993 a seasoned group of independent European producers, led
by René Cleitman and David Puttnam, decided to pool together their
experience and know how with the purpose of sharing it with up
and coming film producers and advancing the cause of independent
cinema. With the support of a large network of industry professionals, they consequently founded ACE, a centre for training and development geared towards helping independent European producers.
Since its inception, more than 200 feature film producers from 23
European territories have joined the ranks of ACE. Over the years,
ACE has become not only an operational structure providing professional advice on the various aspects of feature film production, but
also an important and active network of European producers.
Simon Perry
President
[email protected]
ARTE France Cinema
8 rue Marceau
92130 Issy-Les-Moulineaux, France
Phone: +33 1 5500 7448
www.arte.tv/fr
Since its founding, Arte France Cinema has been involved in more
than 600 films and has worked together with over 300 different
directors representing more than 50 different nationalities. The
subsidiary policy focuses on talent renewal, efforts to boost European and world cinema, and steps to revitalize French cinema.
Roughly speaking, co-production may be broken down into three
categories: one-third first features, one-third French films, and onethird international joint ventures.
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Claire Launey
Coordinator for Feature Films Projects
Pre-selection
[email protected]
Aurora Films
16, rue Bleue
75009 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 4770 4301
www.aurorafilms.fr
Over the past few years, Aurora Films, based in Paris, France, has
specialized in French and international co-productions, including:
The Wound (La blessure) by Nicolas Klotz, selected to Director’s
Fortnight in Cannes 2004, Domaine by Patric Chiha, featuring Beatrice Dalle and selected to the Mostra of Venice in 2009, Iris in
Bloom (En ville) by Valérie Mréjen and Bertrand Schefer, selected
to Director’s Fortnight in Cannes 2011, and On the Edge (Sur la
planche) by Leila Kilani, also selected to Director’s Fortnight in
Cannes 2011 and winner of more than 10 awards worldwide.
Producing also shorts and documentaries, Aurora Films invests
heavily in developing new talent and promoting debut directors,
with different projects currently in financing or production stages.
Charlotte Vincent
Producer
[email protected]
Guillaume André
Director
[email protected]
Celluloid Dreams
2, rue Turgot
75009 Paris, Franve
Phone: +33 1 4970 0370
www.celluloid-dreams.com
At the forefront of international sales, production, and financing for
more than 20 years, Celluloid Dreams has been responsible for
developing the careers of some of the most important and respected film directors of our times. One of the few truly independent
production and sales outfits, the company's recent successes include among others Marco Bellocchio’s Vincere (Cannes 2009),
Jacques Audiard’s A Prophet (Grand Prix, Cannes 2009), Samuel
Maoz’s Lebanon (Golden Lion, Venice 2009), Florin Serban’s debut If I Want To Whistle I Whistle (Silver Bear and Alfred Bauer
Prize, Berlin 2010), and the Oscar nominated The Secret of Kells
by Tomm Moore.
Always at the cutting edge of technology, Celluloid Dreams and
The Criterion Collection have partnered with Efe Cakarel in the
world's first global online social community and independent film
distribution network MUBI, offering a more cost effective way of
reaching a global audience as well as monetizing revenues for
rights owners.
Annick Mahnert
International Sales & Acquisition
[email protected]
EURIMAGES – European Cinema Support Fund
Agora Building
F - 67075 Strasbourg, Cedex, France
Phone: +33 3 8841 2640
Eurimages is the Council of Europe fund for the co-production, distribution and exhibition of European cinematographic works. Set
up in 1988 as a Partial Agreement it currently has 36 Member
States. Eurimages aims to promote the European film industry by
encouraging the production and distribution of films and fostering
co-operation between professionals.
Susan Newman
Project Manager
[email protected]
La Semaine de la Critique
Cannes Selection Committee
17 rue des Jeuneurs 7500 Paris
Phone: +33 1 4508 8156
Parallel section of the Cannes Film Festival, la Semaine de la Critique has steadfastly remained true to its tradition of discovering
new talents. Ever since it was conceived by the French Union of
Film Critics in 1962, the objective of la Semaine de la Critique has
been to showcase first and second feature films by directors from
all over the world. Bernardo Bertolucci, Jean Eustache, Otar Iosseliani, Ken Loach, Wong Kar Wai, Jacques Audiard, or even Arnaud
Desplechin all started at la Semaine.Within its research of new
filmmakers, la Semaine has always paid great attention to short
and medium length films, first steps in the career of a director. It is
by presenting their short films that la Semaine de la Critique revealed the talents of François Ozon, Gaspar Noé and Andrea Arnold. Each edition gives La Semaine de la Critique an opportunity
to reveal 20 filmmakers.
The Competition category is composed of 7 feature and 7 short
films. 3 feature and 3 medium length films are presented in the
Special Screenings category.
Leó Soesanto
Member of selection committee
Phone: +33 6 6361 9059
[email protected]
L’arsenal Associate
41 rue des Martyrs 75009 Paris France
Phone: +33 14 016 4690
Phone +33 60 960 6359
E-mail: [email protected]
Anne Devauchelle created L’arsenal, a consulting and coproduction
company dedicated to independent authors and film-makers, with
writer-director Emmanuel Carrère, after a three years experience in
charge of productions of the French distribution and international
sales company Pyramide. In Asia, she developed with Arc Light
Films a collection of six movies, among which two won Silver Bear
at Berlinale 2001 (Betelnut Beauty by Lin Sheng Cheng and Beijing Bicycle by Wang Xiao Shuai).She also occupied various posts
in the French public audiovisual sector, to the CSA (Broadcasting
Authority), ministry of communication, and CNC (Centre National
du Cinema), as Director of European and international affairs. She
was Vice-President of Eurimages from 1993 to 1998.She is currently member of the World Cinemas Commission co-manageded
by the CNC and Institut Français to support foreign majority coproductions, and of the French-Russian Academy expert committee
for projects development. She has been appointed for 2013 President of the CNC Regulation Control Commission.
Anne Devauchelle
[email protected]
Mandra Films
17, rue Henry Monnier
75009 Paris, France
Phone: +33 9 5253 0467
Mandra Films is a newly founded French production and consulting company launched in summer 2010 by Denis Vaslin, Lucas
Rosant and Eric Mabillon. With a wide and strong network and ex-
pertise in terms of international coproductions, Mandra Films is
dedicated to produce compelling stories from challenging territories
from both emerging talents as well as more established directors.
Our company produces documentaries and feature films.
Eric Mabillon
Producer
Mobile: +33 6 1482 3315
[email protected]om
Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes
3 rue Amélie
75007 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 43 58 29 55
The Producers Network was launched in 2004 by the Marché du
Film - Festival de Cannes. It takes advantage of the ever increasing
number of international film professionals at the Cannes Film Festival to maximize networking opportunities. Gathering 600 producers
from around the world, the Producers Network stimulates production and promotes international co-production opportunities through
a series of events specially designed for the producers.The Producers
Workshop created in 2011, is designed for producers who have a
little or no prior experience with the Marché du Film and the Festival
de Cannes or on the international scene. It provides a series of workshops and coaching sessions conducted by esteemed specialists.
Emmanuelle Döry
Coordinator, Producers Network/
Producers Workshop
Mobile: +33 6 6430 0506
[email protected]
Novo Films
Immeuble Le Select 32BD Vaugirard
75015 Paris, France
François da Silva has established his own boutique consultancy,
with primary focus on the emerging territories like India, China, or
Brazil, to advise on international co-production projects and acquisitions for a range of clients. François da Silva previously was creative advisor for Luc Besson's EuropaCorp and artistic director of
Quinzaine des Realisateurs (Directors Fortnight).
François da Silva
General Manager
Mobile : +33 6 1464 5797
[email protected]
Premium Films
130 rue de Turenne 75003 Paris
Phone: +33 14 277 0639
www.premium-films.com
Created in July 1998, Premium Films is a sales agent specialized in
the short films distribution with one of the most important short
films catalogue in the world. In 2011, we opened a feature films department. Our feature films line-up includes Crawl by Hervé
Lasgouttes, Leones by Jazmin Lopez, Boy Eating the Bird’s Food by
Ektoras Lygizos. As a French distributor we released Oxygen (Adem)
by Hans Van Nuffel in theaters in October 2011. We release Crawl
in February 2013. Premium Films is partnered with Garance Capital, company that provides production and distribution funding and
co-financed Reality by Matteo Garrone, Sea, No Sex and Sun by
Christophe Turpin, or Bye, Bye Blondie by Virginie Despentes.
Kasia Karwan
Sales & acquisitions
[email protected]
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Reel Suspects
42 Rue Rene Boulanger
Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 4240 1284
After more than ten years in the cinema business as Head of Sales
& Acquisitions, Matteo Lovadina founded his own international
distribution and co-production company, Reel Suspects in January
2011, which specializes in European and Non European art house
feature films. The editorial line is based on a reel passion for photography and eye catching cinematography.
Matteo Lovadina
CEO
Mobile: +33 6 1445 6278
[email protected]
Rouge International
54 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
75008 Paris, France
Phone: +33 9 51 49 38 44
www.rouge-international.com
Rouge International is a production company founded in July
2007 by Julie Gayet and Nadia Turincev producing full length feature and documentary films such as
8 Times Up by Xabi Molia - San Sebastian 2009
Fix ME by Raed Andoni - Sundance 2010
Bonsai by Cristian Jimenez –Cannes 2011
Coming soon :
A Spell to Ward Off The Darkness by Ben Rivers & Ben Russell
The Man After by Clarisse Canteloube
La Route du Retour by Stéphanie Gillard
Nadia Turincev
Producer
[email protected]
Zylo
58 rue Dulong
75017 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 5530 0211
Zylo is a broadcasting company which main activities are video
broadcasting and edition; TV sales and acquisitions and also VOD
broadcasting. Concerning the acquisitions, Zylo is looking for TV
series, TV movies, features, good times, documentaries, etc.
Béatrice Nouh
Acquisitions Executive
[email protected]
Urban Distribution International
14, rue du 18 Août
93100 Montreuil, France
Phone: +33 1 4870 7376
Fax: +33 1 4972 0421
www.urbandistrib.com
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UDI -urban distribution international (ex-Umedia)- presents international arthouse films by promising young filmmakers and renowned directors whose films distinguish themselves through
innovation and originality.
UDI's policy is to build a reciprocal and long lasting relationship
with both directors and producers from all over the world.
Since its creation in 2004, UDI has always been driven by the
same goal: bringing quality cinema to the largest audience possible on every continent.
To maintain the same commitment and the same service on each
film we represent, UDI acquires a maximum of eight new films a
year.
Frédéric Corvez
Managing Director
[email protected]
Georgia
Cinetech Film Production
2 Brother Kakabadze Str.
0108 Tbilisi, Georgia
Phone: +995 32 292 0143, +995 59 770 4400
Cinetech Film Production is one of the most dynamically developing
independent film production companies in Georgia. It was founded
in 2006 as a result of a merger of several successful production studios, specializing in audio, film and video production, together with
administrative organizations of the film sector, who aim to produce
and co-produce the work of independent filmmakers. The main objective of Cinetech Film Production is to promote the development of
new Georgian film projects, to establish business relations with foreign partners and to scout interesting projects for co-production.
Zurab Magalashvili
Producer
Rusudan Glurjidze
Producer, Diector
[email protected]
Georgian National Film Center
4, Z. Gamsakhurdia Sanapiro
Tbilisi 0105 Georgia
Phone: + 995 3299 9200
Fax: + 995 3299 9102
[email protected]
www.gnfc.ge
The Georgian National Film Center (GNFC) sets state policy in the
film sector. The GNFC is a legal entity of public law under the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection tasked with providing
state support to national cinematography at the levels of project
development, production, distribution and promotion.
Ketie Danelia
Project Manager / Film Export and Distribution
Mobile: +995 599 256 553
[email protected]
Germany
Berlin International Film Festival
Potsdamer Straße 5
10785 Berlin, Germany
Phone + 49 3025 9200
Fax +49 30 2592 0299
[email protected] More than 19,000 film professionals from 128 countries, including about 4,000 journalists, are accredited for the Berlin Interna-
tional Film Festival every year. The Berlinale is truly a mega event.
At the same time, it is a festival of encounters and discussions.
With almost 300,000 tickets sold, the Berlinale is not only a film
industry meeting. It also enjoys by far the largest audience of any
film festival in the world. For two weeks, art, glamour, parties and
business meet at the Berlinale. The European Film Market (EFM),
the film trade fair integrated into the Berlinale has developed into
one of the most important events for the international film business. The Berlinale and EFM, the festival and the market, together
form a unique network of formal and informal connections. Since
2006, the main venue of the EFM has been the Martin-GropiusBau, a prestigious location with charm and character in the immediate vicinity of the festival centre at Potsdamer Platz.
Nikolaj Nikitin
Festival delegate for Central and Eastern European countries
[email protected]
Cinepur Filmpromotion
80956 Seefeld/Munich
Germany
Filmpromotion and Filmsales incl. buying for all film and TV media.
Wigbert Moschal
Buyer
[email protected]
Eyz Media GmbH
Koepenicker Strasse 154
D-10997 Berlin
Phone: +49 30 2431 3039
Mobile: +49 157 8227 4916
www.realeyz.tv, www.eyzmedia.de, www.oneworld-berlin.de
Three partners in the company are Hans Habiger, Andreas Wildfang, Natalie Gravenor.
EYZ Media now curates and distributes packages of audiovisual
media at festivals and single events, theatrically and via its Videoon-Demand platform realeyz.tv. Recently EYZ Media has become a
World Sales agent with the first film Karaman byTamer Yigit and
Branka Prlić in its line up. The film's world premier was at the Berlinale in the section Perspective Deutsches Kino. Realeyz.tv is a
worldwide Video-on-Demand platform for documentary, feature
and animation films. It offers access to high quality films via TVOD
(pay-per-view), SVOD (subscription) and EST (electronic sellthrough). Films are available on a multitude of mobile and stationary moving image devices such as PC, Pad-PC, Smartphone and
Smart TV. The aim is to establish a unique, recognizable and entertaining brand that brings the wealth, depth, knowledge, creativity and heritage of film to audiences worldwide.
Patricie Pouzarova
Head of Acquisition
[email protected]
GoEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European
Film, Wiesbaden
Friedrichstr. 32 Wiesbaden 65185 Germany
Phone: + 49 611 2368 4313
[email protected]
www.filmfestival-goEast.de
goEast-Festival of Central and Eastern European Film draws the
audience's attention to current film productions from Central and
Eastern European countries and encourages dialogue between art-
ists, producers and film professionals from East and West. The
program includes: international competition of feature and documentaries, student competition, project market and Co-production
Prize of the Robert Bosch foundation for young filmmakers, and
several other sections and events.
Gaby Babic
Festival Director
Phone: +49 611 2368 4311
Phone: +49 173 661 0394
[email protected]
Jolle-Film
Alleenstrasse 2
71638 Ludwigsburg, Germany
Phone: +49 7141 309 8613
www.jolle-film.com
Jolle-Film is a young company, which was founded in 2009 by Stephan Grobe. The office is located in Ludwigsburg, Germany. He studied at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. The main goal of the
company is to produce German and European films for theatrical distribution and television. The emphasis of their story development lies
in Art house films as well as the build-up of young talents and their
establishment on the market. Next to their own productions, JolleFilm offers production service as calculations, production management, VFX producing, line producing, and production coordination.
Stephan Grobe
Produce
[email protected]
Kick Film
Mannhardtstraße 6
80538 Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 7471030
Fax: +49 89 74710366
www.kickfilm.de
Kick Film is an independent production company for high quality
theatrical and television films. It was created in 1981 and is located
in Munich/ Germany. Kick Film’s general manager is producer Jörg
Bundschuh. The company has produced more than 200 films.
Many of them have received national and international awards.
Jörg Bundschuh
Producer
[email protected]
Match Factory
Balthasarstrasse 79-81
Cologne 50670 Germany
World sales company The Match Factory is dedicated to bringing the
finest in arthouse cinema to the international market. Since our
founding in 2006, our passion has been to work with films of signature and vision from around the globe. The Match Factory has built
strong relationships with acclaimed directors and producers, while
working simultaneously to discover promising new filmmakers with
a powerful original style. Founded by Michael Weber, Pandora Film's
Reinhard Brundig and Karl Baumgartner, The Match Factory already
looks back to a tremendous track record: The Match Factory's films
received numerous awards on the most important film festivals.
David Bauduin
[email protected] 21
MFA+
Bismarckplatz 9,
93047 Regensburg, Germany
Phone: +49 94 1586 2462
Acquisition & Distribution of Arthouse and Family Entertainment
films, recently f.e. Pieat, Beasts of the Southern Wild, A Royal Affair, Antichrist, Faust, or earlier Lotte, The Host, I am Love
Christian Meinke
Managing Director
Mobile: +49 17 03002789
[email protected]
Mogador Film
Kopernikusstrasse 33
10243 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 2977 6187
www.mogadormanagement.de
In 2007 Christoph Thoke launched Mogador Film (Berlin, Frankfurt) from where he is currently producing and financing for the local and international market. His films were officially selected for
main competition in Cannes, Venice and Berlin and have been
candidates for the German Film Award, the European Film Award,
the Golden Globe Award and the Academy Awards.
Christoph’s line-up comprises 20 titles of which seven garnered
US distribution. So far, he has been producing with partners in 22
countries. Two of his films won prizes in Cannes: Lorna’s Silence
for Best Script and Tropical Malady for Jury Award. Tropical Malady was also named Best Film of the Year 2004 by Film Magazine
‘Cahiers du Cinéma’.
Christoph Thoke
Producer
[email protected]
Monoduo Films
Laubestrasse 7
12045 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 178 1876787
Monoduo is a film sales agency that promotes and distributes films
we believe in to the international marketplace. We seek documentaries and features that inspire, educate and entertain and that
take audiences to places they haven't seen before. Currently we
are producing our first documentary feature about artists working
in Afghanistan. In 2013 we start distributing theatrically in Germany.
Ben Bassauer
Head of Acquisitions
Mobile: +49 17 8187 6787
[email protected]
Neuesuper GmbH & Co. KG
Einsteinstr. 28, 81675 Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 9 5448 4160
[email protected]
www.neuesuper.de; www.eastalgia-film.com; www.facebook.com/
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Neuesuper is a Munich based production company founded in
2010 by Simon Amberger, Korbinian Dufter and Rafael Parente,
former students of the Academy of Television and Film Munich.
Apart from concept work and production of high class advertisement they focus on development and production of feature films.
At the moment their first international coproduction Eastalgia has
been screened within the international competition at Molodist
Filmfestival in Kiev and was the opening-film at Hofer Filmtage
2012 in Germany. Furthermore several cinema commercials are in
production and a number of feature films are in development. So
far productions of Neuesuper have been screened and awarded at
Berlinale Filmfestival, Next Generation Role Festival de Cannes,
Young Directors Award Cannes, International Hofer Filmtage, Filmfestival Munich - White Elephant and many more. Simon Amberger
Producer/Managing Director
Phone: +49 176 6166 3887
[email protected]
Nordic Film Days Lübeck
Schildstr. 12,
23539 Lübeck, Germany
Phone: +49 45 1122 4109
The Nordic Film Days Lübeck, first presented in 1956, is a festival
which specializes in films from the Scandinavian and Baltic countries. Every year about 140 feature films, documentaries and
shorts are presented at this five-day event in autumn. It is a big
audience festival (27.500 admissions in 2012) and a meeting
place for industry representatives from Germany and the Nordic
countries. The 54th edtion took place 31 October -4 November
2012.
Linde Fröhlich
Artistic Director
[email protected]
Christian Modersbach
Festival Manager
[email protected]
Pitching & Communication Skills
Alter Weg 24, Germany
Phone: +49 60 6291 2508
Since 1995 Sibylle Kurz freelances as a coach and communication trainer for the media- and cultural industry, focussing on "The
Art Of Pitching". She is a merchant and communication scient/psychologist by training; has working experience in distribution& acquisition in the German film industry, music- and event business.
She teaches at acclaimed film schools and gives inhouse-seminars; her clients are corporations, publishers, production houses
and individuals / creatively working people in all media.
Sibylle Kurz
Communication Skill Trainer & Pitching Expert
Mobile: +49 17 2277 3300
[email protected]
Public Film Fund Baden-Wuerttemberg
Breitscheidstr. 4
70174 Stuttgart, Germany
Phone: +49 711 9071 5400
Regional film fund open for co-productions, budget € 16 Mio. per
year.
Gabriele Röthemeyer
CEO
[email protected]
Rapid Eye Movies He GmbH
Mozartstr. 15 - D - 50674 Köln
Phone: +49 022 1569 5790
Fax: +49 0221 5695 7999
[email protected]
www.rapideyemovies.de
„We set trends and don't follow them.“ Rapid Eye Movies is a film
label dealing in film distribution, production, music, promotion and
publishing in Germany and increasingly international territories.
Subject matter of our work is the Asian including the Indian cinema, and rarely outstanding projects from around the world. As
distributor, Rapid Eye Movies triggered the breakthrough of Asian
directors like Takeshi Kitano, Takashi Miike, Park Chan-wook and
Kim Ki-Duk for Germany and above all popular Indian cinema in
Europe. Rapid Eye Movies has recently started activities as a producer/ co-producer. Produced films Underwater Love by Shinji Imaoka, Japan/ Germany 2011, Mondmanila by Khavn De La Cruz,
Philippines/ Germany 2012 Recently (or to be) released films Love
Exposure by Sion Sono Confessions by Tetsuya Nakashima, Don
– The King is Back by Farhan Aktar , Attenberg by Athina Rachel
Tsangari, Searching for Sugar Man by Malik Bendjelloul
Matthew Poon
Manager
[email protected]
October Pictures Limited
58A G/F Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong,
Hong Kong SAR China
Phone: +(852) 6389 9506
The producer Lorna Tee is a well-known personality in the Asian film
scene. In 2005 she managed the marketing and distribution at Focus Films Hong Kong and managed the Asian office for Variety as
their Business Development Manager. Currently, she is working with
leading production company October Pictures (Hong Kong) and
manages her own production company Paperheart (Malaysia) to
produce films across Asia. Her producing credits include My Beautiful Washing Machine, The Shoe Fairy, Rain Dogs, Crazy Stone, My
Mother is a Bellydancer, At the End of Daybreak, Lover’s Discourse,
Come Rain, Come Shine and Postcards from the Zoo.
Lorna Tee
Producer
[email protected]
Stephan Holl
Managing Director
Phone: +49 0221 5695 7911
[email protected]
Screen International
Screen International, Emap, Greater London House, 1 Hampstead
Road, London NW17EJ
http://www.screendaily.com/
Screen International is the leading film industry resource covering
the international film markets. We provide a whole-industry perspective from some of the most knowledgeable writers and data
analysts in the business. Across print and online mediums, Screen
International delivers analysis, opinion and commentary on the issues, people and products shaping the worldwide film industry.
Martin Blaney
Reporter (Germany)
Phone: +49 30 3180 6391
[email protected]
The Hollywood Reporter
2/F Warwick House, West Wing, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road,
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2880 3405
www.hollywoodreporter.com
The Hollywood Reporter - Must-read news for entertainment’s
most powerful executives and decision-makers, providing key business intelligence and insight around the clock, around the globe.
From production, distribution, latest deals and reviews, The Hollywood Reporter offers comprehensive industry analysis across all
platforms (including via an iPad application) and a flagship Weekly
print edition. Surpassing our 80th year milestone in 2010, THR
continues to deliver incisive analysis, news and data to the largest
distribution of any entertainment publication – more than 70,000
subscribers in 70+ countries.
Ivy Lam
Account Director
[email protected]
Hong Kong
Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum
21/F, Millennium City 3, 370 Kwun Tong Road,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Phone +852 2102 7375
www.haf.org.hk
The Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) is widely recognised as the most important film-financing platform in Asia. The
HAF brings Asian filmmakers with upcoming film projects to Hong
Kong for co-production ventures with top film financiers, producers, bankers, distributors and buyers. Attracting more than 1,000
filmmakers and financiers from at least 35 countries and regions,
around 30 projects are selected annually to participate in the
three-day event. Past participants include China's JIA Jiangke, JIANG Wen and NING Hao; Hong Kong's Peter CHAN, Stanley
KWAN, Ann HUI, Fruit CHAN and PANG Ho-cheung; Taiwan's
TSAI Ming-Liang, WEI Te-Sheng and Leon DAI; Japan's KORE-EDA
Hirokazu, KUROSAWA Kiyoshi and IWAI Shunji; South Korea's
PARK Chan-wook, KIM Jee-woon, BONG Joon-ho and IM Sangsoo; as well as Thailand's Ekachai UEKRONGTHAM, Nonzee
NIMIBUTR and Pen-ek RATANARUANG.
Iceland
Vintage Pictures
Raudagerdi 61
108 Reykjavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 695 4230
Vintage Pictures was established in 2011 by producers Hlin Johannesdottir and Birgitta Bjornsdottir. Johannesdottir had worked at Zik
Zak Filmworks, Iceland, for 11 years, during which she either produced, line produced, managed or coordinated over 20 projects.
Bjornsdottir graduated as producer, with distinction, from London Film
School in 2010, and also worked at Zik Zak Filmworks. Vintage Pictures produced the short film Love Story in 2012, has two documentaries well under way and three feature films in late development.
Hlin Johannesdottir
Producer
[email protected]
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Asthildur Kjartansdottir
Director
Iliyas Akhmet
Managing Director of Development
Aliya Zhumabekova
Project Development Manager
Japan
Kito Yukie
ito[email protected]
Serik Abishev
Producer, director
Yukie Kito is a Tokyo-based film producer. Her credits include
Ethan Hawke’s The Hottest State, which premiered at the 2006
Venice International Film Festival, as well as Wayne Wang’s
A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, which won Best Film at the
San Sebastian International Film Festival. Her most recent film is
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Tokyo Sonata, which won the Jury Prize at the
Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard Section.
Adilkhan Yerzhanov
Film Director, Scriptwriter
Unijapan
1-28-44-4F Shinkawa Chuo-ku Tokyo Japan
Phone: +81 80 3213 6862
www.unijapan.org
Launched in 2011, the UNIJAPAN Certificate aims to be the
standard for international co-production in Japan, and the simultaneously announced Agency for Cultural Affairs (Government of Japan) Co-production Subsidy has made it a mandatory requirement.
The application must be made by a Japanese producing entity.
FUDESAKA Kenta and MAEDA Takenari from UNIJAPA will present
the UNIJAPAN certifaction program and analyse the first year coproductions including Cannes premiered Someone to Love (Abbas
Kiorastami).
Kenta Fudesaka
International Promotion Department
[email protected]
Phone: +81 80 3213 6862
Kazakhstan
Kazakhfilm
176, Al-Farabi Str.
050023 Almaty, Kazakhstan
Phone: + 7 77 7804 7057
[email protected]
www.kazakhfilmstudios.kz
Kazakhfilm, founded in 1941, the main film production company
of Kazakhstan, is the largest film studio in Central Asia providing a
full cycle of film production and related services in accordance
with all international quality standards. The company is supported
by the Ministry of Culture and state budget. It has a convenient geographical and territorial location, with favourable climate and
proximity to various scenic landscapes. Kazakhfilm regularly participates in international film festivals and works with the largest
film business platforms in the world. It also has a rapidly growing
experience of co-production with Russia, France, Turkey, USA, Italy, Germany, etc.
Yerzhan Suleimenov
Head of Projects Development Center
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Talgat Bektursunov
Film Director
Latvia
Ego Media
Baznicas iela 8-20
LV 1010 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 6729 1720
Fax: +371 6727 0542
www.egomedia.lv
Ego Media was founded in 2005 by experienced Latvian producer
Guntis Trekteris. Company’s main activities are production of documentaries and fiction as well as company act as a service provider
for foreign productions in Latvia.
Guntis Trekteris
Producer
Mobile: +371 2921 9373
[email protected]
FA FILMA
Bruninieku 22-7 Riga
LV1001 Latvia
[email protected]
Phone: +371 2699 5300
FA Filma is a Latvian production company, established in 1998,
focusing on directors' driven feature films and documentaries with
artistic merit. Films have won numerous festival awards and were
distributed internationally. The company is open to co-productions
geared towards cross-border audiences.
Aivars Augustans
Producer
[email protected]
Guntars Laucis
Producer
[email protected]
Juris Poskus
Producer
[email protected]
Madara Melbrga
Producer
[email protected]
Film Studio Mistrus Media
Blaumana Str. 11/13-12,
Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 2925 9580, +371 6731 3314
Film production company Mistrus Media was established in 2000
and it’s area of activites lies in production of documentaries, TV
projects and feature fiction films as well as providing filming services to foreign film studios and producers on locations in the Baltic States. Mistrus Media brings together authors and film
professionals of different creative profile, attracting the best Latvian
and international film directors, DOPs, producers, assistant directors and directors of sound. The latest fiction film production (released in March 2012) received the Award of the Best Short
Feature Film at the National Film Festival “Lielais Kristaps”. The
latest documentary produced by Mistrus Media - Sounds under the
Sun premierred internationally at the DOK Leipzig and has since
been screened in 12 festivals in Europe and outside and is sold for
broadcasting to Latvian Television (LTV), Finnish Broadcasting
company (YLE), Swedish Television (SVT), Eesti Rahvusringhääling
(Estonia), Kanal PIK (Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia) and
Korea EBS.
Currently there are 3 documentary projects in production, 1 feature fiction drama in pre-production and two documentary film
projects in development at Mistrus Media.
Inese Boka-Grube
Producer
Mobile: +371 2925 9580
[email protected]
Gints Grube
Director, Producer
Mobile: +371 2919 5876
[email protected]
Viesturs Kairish
Director
Mobile: +371 2923 5955
[email protected]
Hargla Company
Valtaiku 19
1029 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 2923 5618
HARGLA COMPANY was founded in 1997 in order to enable the
founders of the company make their own films. So far by producing 4 feature films, 6 documentaries and 4 shorts the activities of
KOMPANIJA HARGLA have been targeted in the same direction.
Anna Pakalnina
Producer’s Assistant
Mobile: +371 2924 7659
[email protected]
Krukfilms
Krukfilms
Kalnciema 1a-11, Riga Latvia
Phone: +371 2205 1060
[email protected], [email protected]
www.krukfilms.com
Film Production Company Krukfilms is a filmmakers' partnership
based in Latvia. Our principal aim is to produce multicultural film
productions connecting the cinema traditions of the West and East,
featuring the cinema with high hallmark for the international audience. Every new film production for Krukfilms is an ambitious to
create the feature film or documentary with high artistic value potential to distribute it worldwide.
Linda Krukle
Producer
[email protected]
Maris Martinsons
Director
[email protected]
Latvian Public Televison
Zakusalas Embankment 3
Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 6720 0812
Latvian Public Television is the national broadcasting company receiving part of the assets from the state and part from advertising
revenues. LTV is operating on two channels – LTV1 and LTV7.
About 1/3 of the program consists of acquisitions 2/3 are national
or in-house productions. LTV acquires about 1600 original hours
per year. Our main focus is quality European film productions of all
categories – documentaries, animation, feature films and series.
Anna Rozenvalde
Head of Acquisitions, Editor/Buyer
[email protected]
Locomotive Productions
Bruninieku iela 28 – 57
LV – 1011 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 2929 8667
www.locomotive.lv
Film studio Locomotive Productions was founded in 1999. The
studio's principal activities are focused on creative documentaries
and fiction films. Currently, the studio works on two creative documentary films, The Tourist / Turists (director Roberts Vinovskis, in
production), A Pelican in a Desert / Pelikans tuksnesī (director Viesturs Kairišs, in development) and three feature length fiction
films, Mushroomers / Senatoaji (director Ivars Tontegode, in postproduction), Cilveki tur / People There (director Aik Karapetian, in
post-production), Forget-Me-Nots / Neaizmirstulītes (director Liina
Paakspuu, in development).
Liga Gaisa
Producer
Mobile: +371 2 9299353
[email protected]
Roberts Vinovskis
Producer
Mobile: +371 29298667
[email protected]
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aik Karapetian
Director
naTiOnal Film cEnTEr OF laTvia
Peitavas 10/12
LV-1050 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 6735 8865
Fax: +371 6735 8877
www.nfc.lv
The National Film Centre of Latvia was established on December
23, 1991, as a state institution under the Ministry of Culture. The
organisation‘s main objectives are: to administer the Government’s
financial support to Latvian films; to prepare legal acts and Governmental documents securing the functioning of filmmaking in
Latvia; to preserve the national audio-visual heritage; to promote
Latvian films abroad; to co-operate with the relevant international
and national organisations; to register films and videos, as well as
issue licences to video distribution companies in Latvia; to form a
data-base of Latvian films and filmmakers.
ilze gailite-holmberga
General Manager
[email protected]
Zanda dudina
Project Manager, Baltic Films Representative
[email protected]
uldis dimiševskis
Head of Production
[email protected]
astra spalvena
Public Relations Officer
[email protected]
riga ciTy cOuncil cO-Financing
prOgrammE „riga Film Fund”
Rćtslaukums 1
Riga, LV-1539, Latvia
Phone: +371 6703 7659
The Riga City Council co-financing programme “Riga Film Fund” is
open to Latvian and foreign co-productions planning to shoot in
Riga and Latvia. Riga Film Fund tender is organized and up to
20% of eligible film related expenditure can be obtained by the
tender winner as cash rebate when filming is completed. The eligible expenditure of the programme is related to Riga infrastructure,
transport, renting of premises and technical equipment, accommodation, public facilities, construction facilities, artistic and administrative work, thereby encouraging foreign film crews to live and
work in Riga and Latvia.
dace lešinska
Riga City Executive Director’s Assistant for
Entrepreneurship Affairs
[email protected]
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diana Evelone
Project Manager
[email protected]
r�gas nami / splEndid palacE
Smilsu 14
1050 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 6704 1317
Rigas Nami is a capital enterprise that is owned by the local government of the city of Riga. The company’s one of activities is the
distribution and promoting of films in cinema Splendid palace.
Since 1994 cinema “Splendid Palace” has been the member of
European film network “Europa Cinemas”
daira abolina
programming manager/ film critic
[email protected]
riJa Films
Meness iela 4
LV 1013, Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 736 2656
Fax: +371 733 9198
www.rijafilms.lv
Rija Films was founded in 1995. Company’s activities are production, distribution and services for animation, documentaries and
fictions. Company has taken part in more than 40 international
co-production and cooperation projects including work with Les
Amateurs, Paramount, Sony, Dreamworks, A Film and others. Our
creative team and technical basis leads to reach high artistic and
technical standards in film-making. Rija Films has 17 own produced films in filmography with participation in more than 300
festivals and 36 national and international awards received. In
2007 Rija Films got CARTOON nominee for the Best European
Producer
reinis Kalnaellis
Director of Sales
[email protected]
rivErBEd
Andrejostas 4a
1050 Riga, Latvia
Phone: +371 2947 3007
Film production company based in Riga. Owned by talented and
awarded film director Andris Gauja and cinematographer Aleksandrs Grebnevs.
guna stahovska
Producer
Mobile: +371 2947 3007
[email protected]
simona Klavina
Producer
[email protected]
andris gauja
Director
[email protected]
Sun & Moon Pictures
Grecinieku Street 1,
Riga Latvia
Phone: +371 6722 3100
Sun & Moon Pictures Intl is growing film production company
whose main team has remarkable experience in working with international film projects. Providing of high standard service for productions as well as international co-productions are our main
goals. Our experience in film business reaches far beyond the Baltic region and Europe – great collaboration also with Asian companies proves it. This year we have been providing service
production for action thriller In Berlin (South Korea, dir. Ryu Seung-wan).
Tomas Makaras
Producer
Mobile: +371 2700 7393
[email protected]
Baiba Grapena
Project Manager
Mobile: +371 2961 7792
[email protected]
Tasse Film
Blaumanu iela 11/13 - 13
1009 Riga, Latvia
www.tasse.lv
Tasse Film was established in early 2011 by Alise Gelze and Aija
Berzina, producers with respectable experience in the film industry. In 2008, Alise Gelze participated in the Producers on the
Move initiative of European Film Promotion.Tasse Film works in
fiction and documentaries, TV commercials, music videos as well
as providing production services for shooting in Latvia. The main
focus is on producing the works of young, upcoming Latvian filmmakers. Currently in post-production is the short Wind Broke Grey
Pines (directed by Madara Dislere).
In addition to Mellow Mud, we are developing the feature projects
Tepid War (to be directed by Martins Grauds), and Arena (to be directed by Ilze Kunga), both of which have received support from
the State Culture Fund of Latvia. Short film The Poem (directed by
Madara Dislere) has been selected for Scanorama Film festival
(Lithuania) and received the Grand prix in the short film festival
ROJAL (Latvia).
Alise Gelze
Producer
Mobile: +371 2615 6356
[email protected]
Aija Berzina
Producer
Mobile: +371 2646 6014
[email protected]
Renars Vimba
Screenwriter and director
Lithuania
A-One Films Baltic
Konstitucijos pr. 9-63
Vilnius Lithuania
Phone: +370 5233 2603
Film Distribution Company
Giedre Kriksciunaite
Managing Director
Mobile: +7 9 21919 0969
[email protected]
ACME UAB
Raudondvario 127
Kaunas 47188, Lithuania
Phone: +370 3733 1248
Fax: +370 3730 6622
www.acmefilm.com
Created in 1999 in Lithuania ACME FILM distributes films and
DVDs and for Television. Acme Film is partner for Summit Entertainment, Lakeshore Pictures, Lions Gate, Studiocanal in Baltic
Region.
Stede Ingram
Distributor
[email protected]
Artbox
Labdariu str. 5
01120 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 5264 3054
Established in 2003, today „Artbox“ is one of the leading production companies in the Baltics producing feature films, documentaries and commercial ads. „Artbox“ is working with upcoming talent
and already established directors aiming to produce and co-produce films of wide international appeal. Films produced by „Artbox“ were screened and have received awards in numerous
international film festivals: International Venice Film Festival, Clermont Ferrand, Manheim, Bilbao, Siena, Trouville, Biaritz, Prague,
Brno and others.
Asta Valciukaite
Producer
Mobile: +370 6151 0699
[email protected]
Kestutis Drazdauskas
Producer
Mobile: +370 6871 3078
[email protected]
BALTIC FILM SERVICES
Kražių g. 25
LT-01108 Vilnius Lithuania
Phone: +370 5278 2335
Fax: +370 5215 1294
[email protected]
www.bfs.eu.com
Baltic Film Services delivers professional cost efficient services to
the film, television and commercial industries. The team has managed productions for such clients as Warner Bros, Showtime, BBC,
Working Title, Universal, Discovery, HBO, Paramount and many
others.Lineta Miseikyte is a line Producer/Production Manager for
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local and foreign productions at Baltic Film Services UAB. She is a
member of National Film Board at the Ministry of Culture of Lithuania and Board member of Independent Producers Association of
Lithuania. Together with the members of Producers Association initiated direct talks with the Mayor to open Vilnius Film Office.
Lineta Miseykyte
Producer
Phone: +370 6991 0575
[email protected]
ERA FILM
K. Ladygos 1-119
08235 Vilnius, Lithuania
www.erafilm.lt
Established in Vilnius in 2001 by the award-winning Lithuanian
producer Rasa Miskinyte, ERA FILM is known for producing successful international creative documentaries and feature films. In
2012, joined by Danish writer and director Allan van O. T. Andersen, ERA FILM entered a new era with an additional focus on new
talent development and transmedia projects. Throughout the years,
ERA FILM has developed a core expertise in co-productions and
line productions. ERA FILM focuses on creativity, strong stories
with a human impact, and high quality of execution.
Rasa Miskinyte
Producer
Mobile: +370 6829 6128
[email protected]
Allan van O.T. Andersen
screenwriter and director
Andrius Lekavicius
crowdfunding, marketing
Fralita Film
Šiltadaržio g. 6, Vilnius LT 01124, Lithuania
Phone: +370 64 33 00 22
www.fralitafilms.com
Fralita Films was established in 2009 by producer Zivile Gallego,
where she is currently working with documentary and feature film
production. Zivile Gallego took participation in EAVE 2011 workshop. Currently in production: Name in the Dark, a feature film
based on a novel written by Renata Serelyte, directed by Agne
Marcinkeviciute.
Filmography: 2 Cups of Yogurt (2011) – a short fiction, by Audrius
Mickevicus. Lithuanian national awards nominee for best short
film. 7 Sins (2010) a documentary by Kristina Inciuraite. Journey
Through Lithuania (2010) a documentary by Vaidotas Digimas
with participation of David Ellis. Dance in the Desert (2009) a
documentary about famous Lithuanian writer Jurga Ivanauskaite,
by Agne Marcinkeviciute.
Zivile Gallego
Producer
[email protected]
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Just a Moment
Pylimo 9-13,
01118 Vilnius, Lithuania
www.justamoment.lt
Just A Moment is a fast-growing Vilnius-based independent production company producing documentary and fiction films. Our
short and documentary films have been selected to such festivals
as Message to Man (RU), Warsaw International Film Festival (PL),
Pärnu Film Festival (EE), Dokubazaar (SI), Nordic Film Days
Lübeck (DE), IFF Molodist (UA), Sleepwalkers (EE), and to all the
film festivals held in Lithuania.
Dagne Vildziunaite
Producer
Mobile: + 370 6868 8980
[email protected]
Giedre Beinoriute
Director
Kaunas International Film Festival
Vytauto pr. 71
44321 Kaunas, Lithuania
Phone: +370 613 18771
Kaunas IFF is one of Lithuania’s most appreciated film festivals
and the main film event in Kaunas. It presents films which have
been acclaimed worldwide and also looks for new discoveries. The
main priority of Kaunas IFF is a combination of the artistic and social statements in film. The festival continues its strategy to present
exclusively Lithuanian or Baltic premiers.
Tomas Tengmark
Head of Distribution
[email protected]
Kino Pasaka
SV.Ignoto 4/3
Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 5261 1516
It is a first and only private arthouse cinema in Lithuania. There
are 2 screens, 150 and 87 seats. PASAKA programmes mostly recent European and National arthouse films. The cinema is a popular place for other film festivals and film programmes organised by
the event operators. It is closely cooperating with foreign cultural
centres and Embassies. KINO PASAKA is a member of networks:
CICAE, Europa Distribution and Europa Cinemas.
Daiva Rudyte
Programme Producer
Mobile: +370 655 92969
[email protected]
Lithuanian Film Centre
Z. Sierakausko str. 15
LT-03105 Vilnius, Lithuania
www.lkc.lt
The Lithuanian Film Centre, established in May, 2012, is a state
institution under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. The Centre operates under the Film Law (amended in
2011). The aim of the centre is to participate in the designing an
effective film and audiovisual sector policy and to foster the sustainability of the Lithuanian film industry.
The Lithuanian Film Centre: allocates subsidies for the development, production and distribution of Lithuanian films and international co-productions; promotes Lithuanian films at home and
abroad, implements programmes in areas of film education, national film heritage, training for professionals, research and statistics; administers The Film Registry and film ratings scheme;
represents Lithuania at international film festivals, fairs, organizations and programmes. The budget of the Centre consists of public
funding from the Ministry of Culture and 60 percents of VAT on
cinema tickets.
Rolandas Kvietkauskas
Director
Lithuanian Film Centre
[email protected]
Liana Ruokyte-Jonsson
Head of the Information and Heritage Department
[email protected]
Naratyvas
Konarskio 10a-19, Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 6198 6027
[email protected]
Naratyvas is a newly established company of Romas Zabarauskas
aimed to produce independent politically engaged yet entertaining
fiction films.
Romas Zabarauskas
Producer, director
E-mail: [email protected]
Studio Uljana Kim
Antakalnio 94-25,
10202 Vilnius, Lithuania
Studio Uljana Kim is a Vilnius-based production and distribution
company focusing on the production of feature films. The company’s goal is to produce high quality art-house feature films intended for a worldwide audience.
Uljana Kim
Producer
Mobile: +370 6992 6552
[email protected]
Kristijonas Vildziunas
Director
Tremora
Gyneju 4-327
01109 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 6869 7584
www.tremora.com
Tremora is an independent production company, founded in 2005
by producer Ieva Norviliene and director Ignas Miškinis, who have
professional experience in advertising, short and feature films production and distribution.
With international contacts on board Tremora can effectively collaborate on interesting and original film co-productions, with one
clear strategy: to break provincial and self-close chains of national
market, to find out advanced ideas. Tremora focuses on: full length
feature and short films by young authors;Internationals co-production.
Ieva Norviliene
Producer
Mobile: +370 6869 7584
[email protected]
Vilnius Film Office
Phone +370 6140 4696
www.filmvilnius.com
The Office operates by providing assistance to moviemakers who
consider Vilnius as a potential location to shoot their next blockbuster.Vilnius Film Office activities include free location permits
and parking, location scouting, providing contact details of film
and media professionals, service companies, production facilities
and equipment.
Jurate Pazikaite
Director
[email protected]
Vilnius International Film Festival KINO PAVASARIS
Gedimino avenue 50
01110 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: +370 5249 7221
Vilnius IFF is the largest cinematic event in Lithuania, known and
loved for its high quality film programme and rich accompanying
package of cinema-related events, workshops, and special initiatives.
Vilnius IFF selects 180-200 films (features, documentaries, experimental, shorts) from anywhere in the world and has two competition
programmes aimed to filmmakers from Central/Eastern Europe countries: NEW EUROPE - NEW NAMES is dedicated for debutant directors with 1st or 2nd feature films and SHORT COMPETITION invites
freshest short films up to 30 minutes in lenght. A crucial part of international conference MEETING POINT VILNIUS is its Forum – an open
space for Central/Eastern European film festivals to successfully network and establish and maintain close partnerships.
Algirdas Ramaska
Executive Director
Phone: +370 6999 9666
Email: [email protected]
Mindaugas Morkunas
Head of Festival Development
[email protected]
Odeta Karoblyte
Project manager
Email: [email protected]
Adelina Desiatnikaite
Project manager
Email: [email protected]
Edvinas Puksta
Programmer, curator of competition program,
selector of short films, coordinator
[email protected]
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Luxembourg
Macedonia
European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE)
238c rue de Luxembourg
Bertrange L-8077 Luxembourg
Phone: +35 2445 2101
www.eave.org
Macedonian Film Fund
8 Mart no. 4
1000 Skopje, R. Macedonia
Phone: +389 2322 4100
EAVE is a professional training, project development and networking organisation for audiovisual producers. Working with a worldwide network of partners we offer training programmes such as the
European Producers Workshop, the Film Marketing Workshop and
Film Finance Forum in Europe and are partners in Puentes, Interchange, Ties that Bind and Beyond Borders in Latin America, the
Middle East, Asia and Africa. We also offer ’mini EAVE’ programmes in many countries around the world.
Alan Fountain
President of the Board
Mobile: +44 77 6737 1478
[email protected]
Jani Thiltges
Head of Studies
[email protected]
Paul Thiltges Distributions / Juliette Films
45, bvd. Pierre Frieden
L-1543 Luxembourg
Phone: +352 44 7070 4670
Since its inception nearly two decades ago, Luxembourg audiovisual
pioneer Paul Thiltges Distributions & PTD Studio has grown into one
of the country's busiest and most prolific production and distribution
companies. Founded in 1993 by Paul Thiltges, the company has
participated as producer, co-producer or sales agent for more than
60 productions in a wide range of genres including fiction films,
documentaries and animated films and series. Now Paul Thiltges
and his partner, David Grumbach are embarking in a new phase in
PTD's development, producing, as delegate producer, their first film
projects with foreign directors and audience-drawing potential on a
broad international scale. They make films they believe in, across
genres, styles and nationalities. As long as a film is captivating, they
then transfer their passion and knowledge into it.
Paul Thiltges
Producer / Sales Agent
Mobile: +352 69118 9966
[email protected]
Samsa Film
BP 10
8005 Bertrange, Luxembourg
Phone: +352 45 19 601
Fax: +352 44 24 2
www.samsa.lu
Luxembourg's biggest independent film production company, in terms
of size, number of films produced, number of European co-productions and number of developed projects. The company extends its
presence in Europe through its participation in the Paris-based Les
Films de Mai and Liaison Cinématographique, Artemis Productions in
Brussels, and Fado Filmes in Lisbon.
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Jani Thiltges
Producer
[email protected]
The Macedonian Film Fund was established in 2006 to provide
comprehensive funding for the film industry and to further develop
the traditions of the national cinematography, developing a new cinema, opening up sales channels and promoting films and film authors. The film funding activities support the development,
production and distribution of films which have a likely potential to
achieve international recognition, thereby enhancing the cultural
identity of the nation's film productions and improving the economic
viability of its cinematography. The Fund also encourages all filmmakers to engage in international co-productions as a way of providing international distribution and thus wider audiences, recognition
and promotion for the nation's films and filmmakers. The Macedonian Film Fund aims to attract foreign producers to shoot in the
country, offering very competitive prices, different tax incentives and
the most beautiful of landscapes which are all within easy reach.
Darko Baseski
CEO
Mobile: +389 7524 0070
[email protected]
MEDIA PROGRAMME
of the European Union
Education, Audiovisual &
Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
Avenue du Bourget 01
BOUR 03/30
B-1140 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: +32 2299 8794
[email protected]
MEDIA is the EU support programme for the European audiovisual
industry. MEDIA co-finances training initiatives for audiovisual industry professionals, the development of production projects (feature
films, television drama, documentaries, animation and new media),
as well as the promotion of European audiovisual works. The MEDIA
programme is jointly run by the Education and Culture Directorate
General under the authority of Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou and
the Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency.
MEDIA Desks and Antennae
Anu Ernits
MEDIA Desk Estonia
Estonian Film Foundation
Uus 3, 10111, Estonia
Phone: +372 522 2200
[email protected]
www.mediadeskestonia.eu
Kerstin Degerman
Media Desk Finland
Kanavakatu 12
Fin 00160 Helsinki
Phone: +358 9 6220 3013
[email protected]
www.mediadesk.fi
Lelda Ozola
MEDIA Desk Latvia
Peitavas 10/12
LV1050 Riga, Latvia
Phone +371 6735 8857
[email protected]
www.mediadesklatvia.eu
Norway
Dominykas Širvinskas
MEDIA Desk Lithuania
Sv. Jono g. 5, LT-01123 Vilnius (III a.)
Phone +370 5212 7187
[email protected]
www.mediadesklithuania.eu
Looking for quality films for theatrical distribution, features only, no
shorts and documentaries.
Arild Frøyseth
President
[email protected]
Sidsel Hellebo-Hansson
MEDIA Desk Norway
Norsk filminstitutt
Phone + 47 2247 8866
[email protected]
www.mediadesk.no
Rastislav Steranka
MEDIA Desk Slovenia
Grosslingová 32
811 09 Bratislava
Phone +421 25263 6935
[email protected]
www.mediadeskslovakia.eu
Ulrika Nisell
MEDIA Desk Sweden
Swedish Film Institute
P.O. Box 27126, SE-102 52
Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8 665 11 00
www.mediadesksverige.eu
Netherlands
Filmfreak Distribution
Dchippersstraat 7
1011 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 486 4940
Fidalgo
P.O. Box 666/Gyldenløvesgate 75
4666 Kristiansand, Norway
Phone: +47 3802 4004
Poland
Argomedia Production
ul. Górnoslaska 16 m 15
00-432 Warszawa, Poland
Phone: +48 5 0806 9774
Argomedia Production was founded in 1996 by the film director
and producer Lambros Ziotas. The company has already created a
few dozen short and feature-length films, TV theatre productions
and TV series. The company is actively supporting young Polish
filmmaking talent in finding financing, as well as directing and producing short and feature-length films.
Marcin Ziebinski
Director
[email protected]
Ole Wendorff-Østergaard
co-producer (Platige Image)
Katarzyna Kmiecik
Coordinator
Arthouse distributor from Benelux with a preference for the daring
and original
Kamiel van der Ster
Distributor
Mobile: +31 6 2493 5849
[email protected]
Lemming Film
Valschermkade 36F
1059 CD, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 661 0424
Established in 1995, Lemming Film is a film and television production company based in Amsterdam, with a proven track record
in delivering quality commercial films and television productions.
Lemming Film is specialized in fiction for children, teen-and family
audiences and international arthouse productions. The company
ranks amongst the leading Dutch production houses.
Joost de Vries
CEO, Head of Business Affairs
[email protected]
BreakThru Films
ul. Siewna 15
94-250 Lodz, Poland
Phone: +48 58 333 4733
BreakThru Films specializes in traditional forms of animation, including puppet, drawing, and painting animation. BreakThru won
an Oscar for it’s first film, Peter & the Wolf, and it’s second short
film Magic Piano was on the short list for the Oscars in 2012. Currently BreakThru is working on the world’s first feature length
painting animation about the life and death of Vincent Van Gogh,
as told by the characters from his paintings. BreakThru is also
working on several live action films and TV series as both a producer and minority co-producer. Our sister company, Tapisodes,
makes applications for smart phones and tablets.
Sean Bobbitt
Producer
[email protected]
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Film New Europe
Krakowskie Przedmiescie 7
02595 Warsaw, Poland
Phone: +48 22 556 5478
www.filmneweurope.com Film New Europe is one of Europe’s largest film information services specializing in countries of small production and small language
groups. It publishes FNE Daily the daily information services – the
„Reuters“ of the film industry as one industry professional described it, and distributes it daily to over 11 000 subscribers. FNE
has over 2000 film journalists, more than 5000 producers and
over 1200 buyers and festival programmers as its subscribers. It is
now in its third year as a project funded by the EU’s MEDIA programme and its fourth year with PISF the Polish Film Institute.
Other supporters include Czech Ministry of Culture, Estonian Film
Foundation, Hungarian Motion Picture Foundation, Bulgarian National Film Center, Georgian National Film Center, Visegrad Fund,
Adana Region and Slovak Audio Visual Fund.
Anna Franklin
Film Critic, Publisher
[email protected]
Gdynia Film Festival
Gdansk Film Promotion
Folwarczna 2, Gdynia
81-547 Poland
Phone: +48 58 621 1509
www.fpff.pl
Michal Chacinski (b. 1971) is a Polish film critic and cultural journalist. He is the artistic director of the Polish national film festival,
co-organised by the Polish Filmmakers‘ Association and the Polish
Film Institute: Gdynia Film Festival. Chacinski has also been the
host, screenwriter and producer of cultural television programmes.
He has hosted and co-authored over 600 hundred editions of TV
programmes for Telewizja Polska S.A. (Polish public television), including such long-running productions as „Tygodnik Kulturalny“ for
TVP Kultura (currently in it’s eight year). He has been awarded for
his television work by the Polish Film Institute in 2010, and has
been the recipient of Krzysztof Metrak Award for his film criticism
in 2003.
Michał Chacinski
Artistic Director
[email protected]
Phone: +48 6 0106 1656
Krakow Film Commission
Krakowskie Biuro Festiwalowe
ul. Olszanska 7
31-513 Krakow, Poland
Phone: +48 12 424 96 50
Krakow Film Commission is the leading film commission in Poland. The main goal of Krakow Film Commission is promote Krakow and Malopolska Region as a film location
Marcin Lech
Film Commissioner
Mobile: +48 50 411 9729
[email protected]
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Polish Film Institute
Krakowskie Przedmiescie 21/23
Warsaw 00-071
Phone: +48 22 421 0130
Fax: +48 22 421 0241
[email protected]
www.pisf.pl
The Polish Film Institute (PISF) is the newest film institute in Europe, established in 2005 in accordance with a new cinematography law passed by the Polish Parliament. It is set up similar to the
mechanisms of support for the film industries in many other countries of Europe. The Institute's principal task is to provide the Polish film industry with a modern mechanism of support – from the
development of film projects, through production, to promotion,
distribution and circulation of Polish and European films. We support films from concept to screening, with particular emphasis on
international co-productions.
Maria Łetowska
Festivals & Int. Projects Senior Manager
Phone: +48 22 421 0536
Mobile: +48 69 536 3334
Email: [email protected]
Romania
4 Proof Film
6 Intrare Iuliu Valaori, apt.1, sector 3
030683 Bucharest, Romania
Phone: +40 2 1326 0056
4 PROOF FILM is an independent production company based in
Bucharest, Romania. Characterized by a truly independent spirit
and individual approach, 4 PROOF FILM aims to produce author
driven films and documentaries that are story-led, boldly told,
globally relevant and have strong potential for critical and international audience success.
Monica Lazurean-Gorgan
Producer
Mobile: +40 74910 0958
[email protected]
Alien Film
27, Theodor Aman St.
Bucharest, Romania
www.alienfilm.ro
Alien Film, a film production company based in Bucharest, Romania,
was founded by a very experienced producer, Iuliana Tarnovetchi,
who also acts as Managing Director. The company offers a wide range
of development and production services for local and international
cinema, TV and commercials, including consultancy and management of film and television productions, and post-production services.
Iuliana Tarnovetchi
Producer
Mobile: +40 7 4465 9714
[email protected]
Transilvania International Film Festival
52 Popa Soare Street 2nd District Bucharest Romania
Phone: +40 21 326 6480
Fax: +40 21 326 0268
Mobile : +40 7 3373 5952
Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) is presented by Ro-
manian Film Promotion. Founded in 2002, TIFF is the first international feature film festival in Romania.TIFF's 2007 edition, was
the first to be presented simultaneously in Cluj and Sibiu, that
year's European Capital of Culture.
The last editions of TIFF have not only been spectacular, but also
showcased an extremely generous and diverse offer of films and
sensational events. The 2012 edition has broken all the records, with 240 films from 46 countries, screened in the 13 festival locations, attracting over 67.000 spectators during the ten
days of the festival.TIFF was honored to host important personalities of European and worldwide cinema offeringLifetime Achievement Awards to Julie Delpy, Michael Radford, Annie Girardot, Udo
Kier, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero, Nicolas Roeg, Catherine Deneuve, Claudia Cardinale and Wim Wenders, Jacqueline Bisset,
Geraldine Chaplin.The 12th edition of TIFF will take place from
May 31st to June 9th 2013 in Cluj- Napoca.
Cristian Hordila
Festival Manager
[email protected]
BuryatKino
Novatorov 36/3-171
119421 Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 495 735 9568, +7 916 674 0654
Russia
The CTB Film Company of St. Petersburg and Moscow is one of
Russia's most prolific and successful producers of theatrical motion
pictures. Founded in 1992, CTB has produced more than sixty
feature films in a whole range of styles unmatched in Russian production, from action, drama and comedy to animation, auteur and
feature debuts. Since 2010, CTB Film Company has been rated
as one of Russia’s leading filmmaking companies with an annual
slate funding. The CTB’s releases of 2012 are Me too by Alexey
Balabanov (Orizzonti Venice 2012), Anton’s right here by Lyubov
Arkus (Out of Competition Venice 2012), Kokoko by Dunya
Smirnova (2012), Naked Harbour by Aku Louhimies (FinnishRussian coproduction) (Competition MIFF 2012), Home by Oleg
Pogodin (Out of Competition Karlovy Vary 2012).
April FilmLab
30, 3rd Parkovaia St.
105264 Moscow, Russia
April FilmLab is an independent film studio. Its main goal is to produce films based on the art and authority of the film directors and
the other members of the creative team. The last film produced by
the company is On the Way Home, documentary, 56 min, 2011,
Russia / Germany http://www.onthewayhome.eu/
Sergei Kachkn
Director, Producer
Mobile: +7 906 700 8226
[email protected]
Atlantic Film
Iana Rajnisa boulevard 2-1-288
123480 Russia Moscow
Phone: +7 90 3717 6969
[email protected]
Atlantic Film Company is an independent company specializing in
the production of feature films, documentaries and television series, including a short lm Just the two of us Alexander Veledinsky;
2001(official selection of Cannes Film Festival 2001 “Certain Regard”). 2002 – 2009 – Atlantic Film Company produced various
television series and several TV movies.2006-2007 – Atlantic Film
Company produced a series of documentary feature films “Diaspora” which included the works of the following directors: Boris
Chlebnikov, Valeria Gay-Germanika, Georgy Paradzhanov, Mikhail
Brashinsky, Sergey Litovec (participant of the Pusan Film Festival
and others).2010 – A documentary feature film Prima directed by
Georgy Paradzhanov. 2011 – A feature film Everybody’s gone directed by Georgy Paradzhanov
Katia Filippova
CEO
[email protected] [email protected]
BuryatKino (formerly Geser Film Studio) is based in Buryatia and
run by Bair Dishenov. The studio has cooperated with cinematographers from Russia, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, and France. BuryatKino has focused on making films dedicated to Buryat traditional
culture and the level of recognition from film festivals such as Berlinale and Cannes illustrates the demand for creative rethinking of
the ideas of traditional and national arts and culture.
Vlad Ketkovich
Producer
[email protected]
CTB Film Company
Kamennoostrovsky pr. 10
197101 Saint Petersburg, Russia
Phone: +7 49 5688 8848
Natalia Drozd
Producer
Mobile: +7 921 915 5522; +49 176 6179
2646
[email protected]
Daniel Goroshko
Producer
Mobile: +7 911 188 3970
[email protected]
Ethnogeographic Research Foundation
Novatorov 36/3-171
119421 Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 495 735 9568
www.ethnofund.ru
Since 2005 Ethnogeographic Research Foundation (Ethnofund)
has produced more than 20 documentaries (most of them with
Russian State support), that are broadcasted on Russian TV channels. Ethnofund has won a number of prizes and diplomas at different Cinema and Television Film Festivals.
Starting from 2010 Ethnofund is looking for foreign partners and
projects with international co-productions. Company’s ambition is
to bring Russian directors and Russian stories to international TV
and film market.
Dmitry Strelayev
Executive Producer
Mobile: +790 3720 6058
[email protected]
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Globus Film
Bolshoy pr. VO 83
199106 St.Petersburg, Russia
Phone: +7 812 449 4300
Fax: +7 812 327 0553
www.globusfilm.ru
Globus Film was established in 1990 and was one of the first independent Russian production service companies. For more than
20 years we provide a wide range of production support services
for national and international film productions: feature films (CTB,
Lenfilm, MGM, Journeyman Pictures, BBC2, Constantin Film, Filmauro etc.), TV movies (MTV International, British Film Institute
etc.), documentaries (BBC, Discovery Channel, Rondo Media,
Channel 5 TV etc.), ads (FilmMaster, Peter Ker Associates) etc.
Natalia Smirnova
Executive Producer
Mobile: +7 911 929 0589
[email protected]
Tatiana Bonakova
Producer’s Assistant
Kinotavr, Generation Kampus
Uspensky per, build. 3, str 2
Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 495 221 7852
ORFF Kinotavr is the biggest and the most important national film
festival in Russia. There’s also an international film market and the
strong Pitching event in the frame of the festival Generation Campus is an annual international educational program for young filmmakers based in Moscow. Next edition of Gemeration Campus is
going to be held in June 2013
Anna Gudkova
Head of Pitching event (ORFF Kinotavr),
Head of Studies (Generation Campus)
Mobile: +372 5994 2221
[email protected]
Klepatski Production
Mosfilmovskaya str. 1
Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 49 5143 9810
Klepatski production company was founded in 2008 in Moscow.
Company specializing in production and co-production of feature
films, aiming at Russia/CIS and international markets.
Dimitri Klepatski
Producer
[email protected]
Moscow Business Square
Kalashnuy pereulok, 14
125009 Moscow, Russia
Phone/fax: +7 49 5690 3706
www.miffbs.ru
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Moscow Business Square, the business platform of the Moscow
International Film Festival, combines together leading producers
and film distribution companies. In 2011, the main focus of the
Moscow Business Square will be the film industry of post-Soviet
states - countries of the trans-Caucasian region, Central Asia, the
Baltic, as well as Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova.
Olga Kolegaeva
Head of Moscow Co-Production Forum
[email protected]
Konstantin Nafikov
Executive Director
[email protected]
Open Film Festival of CIS Countries, Latvia,
Lithuania and Estonia - Kinoshock
Khokhlovsky lane 10/1 office 10
Russia 109028 Moscow
Phone: +7 49 5699 3586
Fax: +7 49 5699 3586
[email protected]
www.kinoshock.ru
Festival Kinoshock organizes and carries out the Open Film Festival of CIS countries, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia «Kinoshock»
under support of Administration of the President of the Russian
Federation, the Government of the Russian Federation, The Intergovernmental Foundation for Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Cooperation of the CIS, Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, Government of Krasnodar Region and Government of resorttown Anapa. Its aim is to find and support gifted filmmakers in all
fields of cinema art whose works are characterized by esthetic
achievements and spirituality, to promote national cinema as well
as cultural exchange and mutual understanding among nations.
Sergei Zemlyanukhin
Head of the Festival
[email protected]
Producer Center Horosho Production
22 Zoologicheskaya str.,
123242 Moscow, Russia
Phone: +8 499 766 7317 1829
www.horprod.ru
Independent Producer Centre specializes in film production and
distribution. Has experience in coproduction with Latvia, Canada
and Tajikistan. In portfolio there are projects with Germany,
France, Italy, Finland, Kazakhstan and Georgia. Under support of
the Ministry of Culture of Russia Company promotes Russian cinema abroad organizing «Meetings with Russian Cinema» Film Festival in France and in Italy.
Ekaterina Shavlova
Executive Producer
Mobile: +8 916 790 1274
[email protected]
Red Square Screenings
9/1 Pokrovka str. Moscow 101000 Russia
Phone: +7 49 5623 0432
Phone: +7 96 7019 9152
[email protected]
www.rac-cb.com
Red Square Screenings are intended to link Russian cinema to the
world's film festivals and market system.
Natalia Vartapetova
Coordinator
[email protected]
Russian Report
5 Viktorenko St., bld. 1, 2nd floor
125 167 Moscow, Russia
Phone: +7 499 157 9051, +7 499 157 5190
www.rusreport.com
Russian Report was set up in February 1991 as an independent
TV distributor immediately taking a high position among the leading Russian distributing companies.
In 2001, we entered a new area of activities — film distribution.
On April 4, 2002, the movie Shiner with Sir Michael Caine was
released by Russian Report in Moscow theatres. Now Russian Report’s cinema catalogue includes over 100 films by European directors and those of New Asian Wave.
For these years Russian Report has been successfully cooperating
with all major television stations and networks in Russia and with
more than 80 stations in the provinces of Russia and 24 stations
and TV distributors in the countries of CIS and the Baltic States.
The list of our regional partners is constantly increasing.
Russian Report is an independent video-, film-, and TV distributor
in Russia and CIS. There are TV-distribution, film-market and DVD
departments.
Anastasia Evseeva
PR Director
[email protected]
St. Petersburg International Film Festival
8A, Malaja Morskaja, St.Petersburg,
191186 Russia
Phone: +358 50 395 0009, +7 911 797 1645
Phone: +358 50 395 0009, +7 911 797 1645
www.festival-spb.ru
The Saint Petersburg International Film Festival took place from
September 21 to 29, 2012. It was our city’s first competitive festival in which only feature-length fiction films took part. The festival’s competition programme presented 14 films produced in
Europe and Asia. Russia was represented by Alexei Balabanov
with his newest film I Also Want It. The festival opened with a film
by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern Big Nigh (winner of the
“Un Certain Regard” award at Cannes). The event closed with
James Marsh’s Shadow Dancer (Winner of the Michael Powell
Award for best performance in a British feature film at the Edinburgh IFF).
Maria Averbah
Festival director
Kirsi Tykkyläinen
Artistic Director
[email protected]
Tandem Productions
16 Suschevskiy val, building 4,
127018 Moscow, Russia
Phone +7 49 5980 7568
Tandem Pictures was created in 2007 by Anna Katchko, Sam
Klebanov (President of Maywin Media AB) and Alexander Sizov
with a main goal to co-produce with Europe and other territories. The latest film by Tandem Production Newsmakers, a Russian-Swedish coproduction directed by Anders Banke premiered
at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009, participated in a number of
other
festivals(Pusan FF, Kinotavr, Cottbus etc.) and was released in
Russia in May 2009. Currently in preproduction: Russian-Swiss
coproduction Celebration by Elena Hazanov, West of East by
Nadia Hamzeh, a Russian-Syrian-USA coproduction.
Anna Katchko
Producer
[email protected]
Tvindie
9 bld.4, Voznesensky per.
Moscow 125009 Russia
Phone: +7 49 5623 0432
Tvindie, founded in 2004 by producer Yevgeny Gindilis, is a Russian independent film production company. It produces and finances feature films for theatrical and TV release, focusing on
debuts and co-productions. Its 2008 release Mukha by Vladimir
Kott has won numerous prizes at international and domestic film
festivals, including the Best Film Award at the Shanghai IFF-2008.
Tvindie, was a co-producer of Jos Stelling’s features Duska
(2007), starring Sergei Makovetsky and The Girl and Death
(2012), starring Sylvia Hoeks, Leonid Bichevin, Sergey Makovetsky and Renata Litvinova.
Yevgeny Gindilis
Director
[email protected]
Evgeniya Lavut
Producer
[email protected]
Vita Aktiva
Lyusinovskaya Str., 36/1. 31
115093 Moscow, Russia
www.vita-aktiva.ru
Founded in 2005, Vita Aktiva (till 2011 – a part of Salvador D
group) is a full circle production company managed by Julia
Mishkinene. 2007 – Moscow (by Bakur Bakuradze, awarded at
Kinotavr, participant of many international film festivals); 2008 –
Shultes (by Bakur Bakuradze, Quinzaine des realisateurs in
Cannes, the Main Prize at Kinotavr and Grand Prix at Kiev film festival Molodist, shown at London, Lisbon, Montreal, Thessaloniki,
and many other film festivals); 2011 – The Hunter (Un certain regard in Cannes, Best Directing and Best Actress at Kinotavr, Grand
Prix in Minsk and Split), Milana (documentary by Madina Mustafina, Main Prize of ArtDucFest Moscow, participant of Doc Leipzig);
2012 – Entropy (feature by Maria Saakyan, premiered in Vyborg at
“Window to Europe”), Marina House (documentary by Dali Rust,
in co-production with Justamoment). The Finnish documentary
Russian Libertine, for which Vita Aktiva provided production services, was released in 2012. The film Intimate Parts (by Natasha
Merkulova and Alexey Chupov) is in post-production.
Julia Mishkinene
Producer
Mobile: + 7 90 3798 4095
[email protected]
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Voices Festival
Vologda, Russia
Phone: +336 2397 1810
Fax: +331 7024 7651
www.voices-festival.org
Voices is an international festival which aspires to be a spring
board for the new European directors’ generation: it will present
films by famous filmmakers as well as beginners, in order to combine creativity, innovation and talent, leading to a rich selection. In
2010, French cinema was invited; in 2011, it was Italian one;
and in 2012, the time to celebrate the German cinema comes.The
VOICES Festival will present in Competition about ten first and second full-length European films, directed over the 18 months that
preceded this first edition. The prizes awarded by the international
jury will be The Grand Prix, worth 30,000 Euros; Best Direction
Prize; Best Script Prize; Best Performance Prize; Audience Prize;
and the Talent Without Borders Award, which will be awarded to
an emblematic European cinema personality. Coming from various
European countries, these filmmakers will present their films
through screenings organized in film theaters or in the heart of the
downtown Kremlin. The official selection represents in total around
70 films. Participants will have the opportunity to attend different
master-classes, located in the Kremlin, in which professionals of
contemporary cinema.
Igor Gouskov
Program Director
[email protected]
Serbia
Soul Food Distribution
Matice Srpske 69e
11160 Balgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 11 268 7932
www.soulfoodfilms.com
Soul Food is a international sales and distribution company established in 2010 with the main intention to present, promote and widely distribute films and film talents coming from the region of
South-East Europe, which bare grate potential, but buy far did not get
a chance on the film market, by side with owners of MCF MegaCom
Film as one of the leading distribution company and side of Art &
Popcorn as one of the leading production company in territory of Former YU, whose partnership lead to the establishment of Soul Food
Miroslav Mogorovic
International Sales Agent
Mobile: +381 6368 7201
[email protected]
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Slovenia
Mono o
Kvedrova 36,
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
www.monoo.si
Mono o, a production company based in Slovenia, started mainly
as a service company, but has produced its own films since Vlado
Bulajic joined it in 2011. Two have already been completed (a
documentary A Man with a Raven, and a short film Morning). The
first feature film (The Tree) received a production grant from Slovenian Film Centre and will be completed by the end of 2013. Two
new projects (Erik, Hotel Bonsai) are in development. Mono o
wants to tell stories with a strong personal vision, and present
them to the international audience.
Vlado Bulajic
Producer
Mobile: +386 4045 4681
[email protected]
Perfo Production
Malgajeva 17
1000 Ljubljana; SI-Slovenia
Phone: +386 1 232 1468
Perfo is a production house established in 2005 and owned by
producers Ales Pavlin and Andrej Stritof. Since then they have
made hundreds of TV commercials and music videos. In last few
years Perfo produced commercially very successful sitcom It’s
Good to be a Neighbor, aired for last three years in prime-time at
CME television POP TV. Perfo also expanded its activities to film
area with two short films Smile and an award-winning and internationally acclaimed film E Pigs. In 2011 they had very successful
world premiere in competition program of Sarajevo Film Festival
with their first feature film Izlet (A Trip), directed by one of the
most talented and promising Slovenian film-maker Nejc Gazvoda.
A Trip was internationally awarded, received excellent reviews in
Variety and Screen International and has been participating on
more than 30 international film festivals including Variety’s 10 European Directors to Watch at this year Karlovy Vary and is Slovenian’s entry for 2012 Academy Awards Best Foreign-language film
Oscar. Perfo recently also produced Slovenian version of internationally acclaimed TV drama: In Treatment for which was awarded
with Viktor, Slovenian version of Emmy. At the moment PERFO is
finalizing documentary Children of Socialism and is in process of
post-production of Nejc Gazvoda’s second feature film Dual.
Ales Pavlin
Maganing Partner
Mobile: +386 4042 5140
[email protected]
Slovakia
South Korea
National Cinematographic Centre
Slovak Film Institute
Grosslingova 32
811 09 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Phone: +421 2 5710 1505
Fax: +421 2 5296 3461
Bom Film Productions
35-227 Samcheong-dong
Jongno-gu Seoul South Korea
Phone: +82 23 445 6196
[email protected]
www.filmbom.com
Katarina Tomkova
Project Assistant
Mobile: +421 917 684 839
[email protected]
OH established b.o.m. Film Productions in 1999, and since then
has focused on producing accomplished feature films with a
unique style that challenge the conventional ideas of cinema.
b.o.m. Film Productions is known for its producer-based production system and creative marketing strategies. The company’s most
recent productions include Countdown by HUH Jong-ho, Come
Rain, Come Shine and My Dear Enemy by LEE Yoon-ki, Night And
Day and Woman on the Beach by HONG Sang-soo, A Bittersweet
Life and The Foul King by KIM Jee-woon, Tears by IM Sangsoo, Three Extremes by PARK Chan-wook and Untold Scandal and
An Affair by E J-yong.
Jungwan Oh
Chief Producer
[email protected]
Busan International Film Festival
3rd Floor BIFF Hill Busan Cinema Center
1467 Woo-dong Haeundae-gu
Busan 612-020 South Korea
Phone: +82 51 747 2110
Phone: +82 10 3675 5362
[email protected]
www.biff.kr
Busan International Film Festival is the most dynamic film event in
Asia as well as the largest Asian film celebration. The festival has
become a genuine driving force behind the development of not
only Korean cinema, but also Asian cinema. BIFF began in 1996
with the name “Pusan International Film Festival” (PIFF) as the
first international film festival in Korea. BIFF features major industry events such as the Asian Film Market and Asian Project Market
(APM). BIFF’s Asian Cinema Fund (ACF) helps activate independent film productions and to set up a stable production environment. The festival also organizes Asian Film Academy (AFA), an
educational program for prospective filmmakers from Asia as well
as the Busan Cinema Forum (BCF).
Jay Jeon
Deputy Director
[email protected]
Dong Chul Nam
General Manager of Asian Film Market
[email protected]
KOFIC( Korean Film Council) 206-46, Cheongnyangni-dong, Dongdaemun-gu 130-010 Seoul, South Korea
Phone: +82 2 958 7595
[email protected]
http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr
The Korean Film Council (KOFIC), a government-supported, selfadministered body, strives to promote and support Korean Films
both in korea and abroad. KOFIC’s primary objective is to promote
and support the production of Korean films through funding, research, education and training. It also strives to further development international markets for Korean films and to promote
inter-cultural understanding through film-based cultural exchanges.
Sungkee Hong
Commissioner
[email protected]
Producers Guild of Korea
Established in 2007, Producers Guild of Korea (PGK) has quickly
grown to become the largest group of filmmakers in Korea with
over 200 member producers and 200 junior members. Today, our
esteemed memberscontribute in almost every major film produced
in Korea.While promoting and advocating for our members' profession, PGK is committed to helping the progress of Korean Cinema,
and spare no efforts in ensuring an environment where everyone
in the fields of film business can pursue their professional goals
with integrity. Bo Mi Hong
Seven by Two Picture
Partner | Acquisitions & Distribution
Phone: + 82 70 7135 2198
[email protected]
Puchon International Fantastic
Film Festival (PIFAN)
1 Gilju-ro Wonmi-gu Bucheon Gyeonggi-do 420-860 Korea
Phone: +82 32 327 6313
Phone: +82 10 4178 5098
[email protected]
www.pifan.com
Set in the Bucheon City (previously written as Puchon), an outskirt
of Seoul, Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) has
established itself as the Asia’s biggest event for genre films and an
important forum for diverse filmmakers and moviegoers, showcasing
over 220 films to an audience of 107,000 and over 250 journalists
every year. As the only supporting member in Asia of the European
Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF), PiFan has been a loyal
supporter of genre films and introduced cutting-edge films from all
over the world, leading to their success in the Korean market. PiFan
welcomes its 17th edition in 2013, during July 18~28.In 2008,
PiFan launched Network of Asian Fantastic Films (NAFF), the biggest network of genre film industries in Asia featuring It Project, the
world's first-ever genre film project market; NAFForum; and Fantastic Film School, a comprehensive educational program specializing
in genre cinema providing both learning and networking platform for
up-and-coming filmmakers from Asia. The 6th edition of NAFF takes
places during July 21~24, 2013.
Jongsuk Thomas Nam
Managing Director
[email protected]
Screen International
Greater London House Hampstead Road
London NW1W 8ST UK
Phone: +82 10 4205 0318
[email protected]
www.screendaily.com
Jean Noh is Deputy Asia Editor and Korea Correspondent for UKbased global film trade magazine Screen International and its website Screendaily.com. She started at the magazine as Korea
Correspeondent in 2005 and has been Deputy Asia Editor and Korea Correspondent since 2008. Noh has worked in the international film industry since 1998 when she helped set up Korea’s first
international sales and marketing agency, Mirovision. Her experience includes working at the Busan International Film Festival’s
co-production market PPP (currently called the Asian Project Market), the Korean Film Council (KOFIC), and at LJ Film and CJ Entertainment as a global projects development producer. She also
served as the International Film Festival Rotterdam’s NETPAC
Award jury chairperson in 2012 and on the Cinema Digital Seoul
Film Festival’s Green Chameleon Award jury in 2009.
Jean Noh
Deputy Asia Editor / Korea Correspondent
[email protected]
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Spain
The Film Agency
Calle Corazon De Maria 50 9A
Madrid, Spain
The Film Agency has been launched in January 2012 and already
counts on a very interesting first slate of top-notch international
films clients such as Avalon Distribution (Spain), Backup Films
(France), Entre Chien et Loup (Belgium), Juliette Films (France),
Neueroad Movies — Wim Wenders (Germany), Petit Film (France)
and Zadig Productions (France).
Sarah Calderon
Film Marketing
[email protected]
Sweden
Bokomotiv Filmproduktion AB
Hantverkargatan 44
112 21 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone +46 819 4999
www.bokomotiv.se
Bokomotiv Filmproduktion AB is involved in all fields of filmproduction since 1983
Freddy Olsson
Producer
Mobile: +46 70 591 9899
[email protected]
Cinenic Film
Djupedalsgatan 2
413 07 Göteborg, Sweden
www.cinenicfilm.se
Anagram Produktion and Cinenic Film have collaborated on various co-productions since 2008 and aim to create long-lasting relations with directors and other talent. Anagram is a creative and
visionary production company that has been running a continuous
stream of film, TV and stage productions since 2003. Anagram’s
productions are based primarily on original ideas using methods
ranging from classical to innovative. Quality and strong development are the key words, and the format can either be documentary or fiction, spanning a full spectrum of genres such as drama,
entertainment, games and comedy.
Annika Hellström
Producer
Mobile: + 46 7 0786 6416
[email protected]
Ronnie Sandahl
Director and Screenwriter
Maywin Films AB
Hantverksvägen 15
SE-43633 Askim Sweden
Phone: +46 3128 3235
Fax: +46 3128 3236
Maywin Films AB or Maywin Media AB (www.arthouse.ru) is one
of the biggest distributors of arthouse films working on the territory
of East and North Europe. The company estimated in 1996 by
Sam Klebanov and Barry Appelby in Sweden and now belongs to
Sam Klebanov and Alexandr Rodnyansky.
Boris Shulman
Head of distribution
Phone: +46 3128 3235
[email protected]
Nonstop Entertainment AB / Turner Nordic
Östhammarsgatan 68 102 52
11352 Stockholm Sweden
Phone: +46 86 739 989, +46 84 001 0024
+46 76 030 9401
www.millenniumgroup.se
www.nonstopentertainment.com
NonStop Entertainment purchases, distributes and enriches feature
film and TV rights for all media windows and platforms (Theatrical,
DVD, PPV, VOD, SVOD, EST, PAY-TV, FREE-TV, Ancillary) for the
Nordic and Baltic market. At present NonStop Entertainment acquires 40-50 titles per year, of which 15-20 are theatrical. Distribution of rights to TV channels as well as the Swedish theatrical
distribution is made inhouse, while the distribution of rights to the
other Nordic and Baltic countries as well as other media windows
is made by well chosen sublicensing partners.
Sara Lind Palmer
Sales Manager
Email: [email protected]
NonStop Sales Ab
Döbelnsgatan 24
11352 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8673 9989
www.millenniumgroup.se
NonStop Sales AB is an independent Scandinavian-based international sales company for quality feature films with a commercial
potential. NonStop Sales represents more than 25 production
companies worldwide with films from Scandinavia and the rest of
the world. NonStop Sales has more than 500 titles within all genres including masterpieces by Ingmar Bergman. NonStop Sales is
a company within Millennium Media Group AB (MMG), a fast
growing Scandinavian media group. MMG was established in October 1998 by Ignas Scheynius and Carl Göran Anderson and is
backed by leading financial investment groups.
Michael Werner
Sales Director
Phone: +46 8400 10031
Mobile +46 70733 2855
[email protected]
Lisa Nygård
Sveavägen 138 113 50 Stockholm, Sweden
Mobile: +46 70622 2630
[email protected]
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Lisa Nygård a film distributor and film journalist.
Switzerland
Festival del film Locarno
Via Ciseri 23
6601 Locarno, Switzerland
Phone: +41 91 756 2121
Since 1946, The Locarno Film Festival aims to promote personal
filmmaking of artistic merit providing a showcase for major new
films of the year from around the world.
Sophie Bourdon
Industry Consultant
Mobile: +336 09 91 91 87
[email protected]
Ukraine
State Service of Cinematography
of the Ministry of Culture
and Tourism of Ukraine
19 Ivana Franka Str.
01601 Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone: +38 04 4280 1206
State Service of Cinematography of the Ministry of Culture and
Tourism of Ukraine is in charge of financial support of Ukrainian
film productions and co-productions
Kateryna Kopylova
Head of State Service of Cinematography
[email protected]
United Kingdom
Day for Night*
154 St Paul’s Rd. London
N1 2LL United Kingdom
Phone: +44 787 679 6735
www.day-for-night.org
day for night* is a London based independent film company working across the film exhibition, distribution and screen translation
sectors, occupying a niche position within the UK film industry.
We take some of the freshest and most distinctive independent
films to wide and diverse audiences across the UK and further
afield, with the promotion of cultural diversity and accessibility at
the core of our philosophy.
Sonali Joshi
[email protected]
Eastwest Film Distribution
Schottenfeldgasse 14
A-1070 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 1524 9310
Fax: +43 15 2493 1020
www.eastwest-distribution.com
EastWest Filmdistribution is a feature film sales company which
specialises in the promotion and sale of quality European and Independent feature films. EastWest was founded in November 2004
and with a strong global network of experienced film professionals,
EastWest has a passion for world cinema and a firm belief that the
films we represent deserve and will find a worldwide audience.
Steve Walsh
Producer
Mobile: +44 7775 601847
[email protected]
Film London
Suite 6.10 The Tea Building
56 Shoreditch High Street London E1 6JJ
Phone: + 020 7613 7696
Phone: + 07740 475 439
[email protected]
www.filmlondon.org.uk
Film London is the capital's public agency for feature film, television, commercials and other interactive content, including games.
Its aim is simple: to ensure London has a thriving film sector that
enriches the capital’s businesses and its people. Film London is
funded by the Mayor of London, the National Lottery through the
BFI, and receives significant support from Arts Council England
and Creative Skillset. Through its Production and Talent Development Department, Film London provides funding for grassroots
film-makers to make their first short film and enter the industry.
Kevin Dolan
Talent Development Manager
Email: [email protected]
Lawrence Kaye
22 Lyncroft Gardens,
London, W13 9PU, UK
Mobile: +44 7768 422410
[email protected]
Laurence Kaye is a UK based music rights and music marketing
specialist. Music Rights, Music Supervision, Music in Media. A
consultancy linking the worlds of music and film.
VBF UK
9 west green close
Birmgham B15 2LA UK
Phone: +33 2 32327271
Exists since 1983, with three arms: international sales and acquisitions, film materials retrieval and co-production management.
Julek Kedzierski
Sales Agent
[email protected]
Vita Nova Films Ltd.
48 Charlotte Street
W1T 2NS London, UK
Phone: + 44 20 7193 9176
www.vitanovafilms.com
Vita Nova Films is an independent production company with offices in London and Newcastle upon Tyne which has a set of strategic relationships with production companies, facilities houses
and financiers across Europe.
Maria Forsstrom
Producer
Mobile: +44 78 4911 0445 [email protected]
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USA
The Creative Mind Group
Hollywood, CA 90028-6035
The Creative Mind Group
7095 Hollywood Boulevard, Suite #571
US office: +1 310 674 7466
Phone: +44 77 6601 2365
UK office: +44 11 7951 9288
www.thecreativemindgroup.com
It is our mission to find the next generation of talented Film & TV
professionals from around the world and usher them into the entertainment industry. To date we’ve brought over 550 students to
the Cannes film festival, setup 300+ internships, produced more
then 60 films and provided over 50 jobs for our alumni. The companies we work with include 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, The Gersh Agency, Sony Worldwide, WME, UTA, CAA, ICM,
West End Films, Voltage and many more. The 2013 Creative
Minds In Cannes Film Program will take place May 13th – 27th,
2013 in Cannes France. We also run programs for students at the
Toronto Film Festival and are launching pilot schemes at Sundance
2013 and The Hong Kong Film festival 2013. The programs are
broken down into three components: THE INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE, THE FILMMAKER INSTITUTE AND THE NETWORK CONNECTION. Founded in LA eight years ago the program attendance
has been made up of mostly US students and professionals and
we want European students to have the same opportunities.
Oliver Mochizuki
European Director
[email protected]
Greenskfilms
2244 East Live Oak Drive
Los Angeles CA 90068
Phone: +1 323 366 2511
Phone: +1 323 497 0639
www.greenskyfilms.com
Greenskyfilms is an international production company specializing
in projects with a distinct creative vision – whether in documentaries, feature narrative films, or episodic television. The company
was founded in 2006 by producers In-Ah Lee, Phillip Steffens,
Lynn Schmitz, and Thomas Brettschneider. With offices both in
Germany and the USA, greenskyfilms is able to draw on extensive
international talent and diverse markets. Current productions include the popular Germany television series Der Letzte Bulle (The
Last Cop), the award-winning Taiwan/USA co-production Au revoir
Taipei by Arvin Chen (Best Asian Film, 2010 Berlin International
Film Festival), as well as the German-Swiss feature film Im Sog
Der Nacht by Markus Welter. Upcoming projects include Matschek
by Niels Mueller and Janissary by Peter Antonijevic.
In Ah Lee
producer
[email protected]
Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing
49 West 27th Street 7th Floor NY NY 10001
Phone: +646 262 1542
[email protected]
www.magpictures.com
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Magnolia Pictures, Home Entertainment, and International Sales is
a worldwide distributor and producer of feature length content.
Films include: Melancholia, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, All Good Things,
Marley, Compliance, 2 Days in New York, Take This Waltz, The
Hunter, Freakonomics, I Am Love, Ondine, Mother, Humpday,
Food Inc., The Girlfriend Experience, Man on Wire, Two Lovers,
World's Fastest Indian, Enron, Redacted, Exiled, and No End in
Sight. Upcoming releases include Terence Malick’s To the Wonder
and Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt. Magnet Releasing is the alternative genre label created by Magnolia Pictures.
Peter Van Steemburg
Director of Acquisitions
[email protected]
Silversalt PR
435 Hudson Street. 8th floor
New York NY 10014 USA
Phone: +1 212 729 7071
Boutique PR firm specialized in international festival publicity.
Thessa Mooij
Owner
[email protected]
Slated Inc
36 East 20th Street Third Floor
New York, NY 10003 United States
Phone +1 91 7803 3957
[email protected]
As Editorial Director, Colin oversees the creation of Slated’s online
resources with the aim of bridging the communication gap between the investment community and filmmakers closing deals.
He is also works with the team to develop Slated’s international
expansion strategy. Prior to joining Slated’s team, Colin was an
award-winning editor and journalist most closely identified with
Screen International. As Editor-in-Chief, a title he held for a decade, he oversaw the launch of the title’s online news service
Screen Daily and also led the publication’s push into conferences
targeted specifically at the film industry’s global deal-making community. After leaving Screen, Colin became a Contributing Editor
for CNBC Business where he focused primarily on the entertainment industry and technology startups.He continues to moderate
industry events including those at the Cannes Film Festival, the
Asian Film Market in South Korea and Hong Kong’s FilMart. He
also serves as an ongoing industry consultant for the Dubai International Film Festival.
Colin Brown
Editorial Director
[email protected]
XYZ Pictures-Twitchfilms
4223 Glencoe Ave., # B119,Marina Del Rey,
California, United States,90292
Phone: +1 647 236 8558
Todd Brown is a producer at XYZ films and founder and editor of
Twitchfilm.net, one of the more unique film sites out there as it
mostly pays attention to the independent, cult, foreign and cool
genre films that aren’t being discussed a hundred times on other
sites. Most recently Indonesian horror film The Raid, produced by
Brown and his XYZ colleagues has achieved worldwide distribution
by Sony as well as sold remake rights to Hollywood.
Todd Brown
Producer
[email protected]
POWR Baltic Stories
Exchange
2-days workshop for scriptwriters organized by Baltic Event and
MEDIA Desk Estonia in collaboration with MEDIA supported training programme Torinofilmlab, Baltic and Scandinavian MEDIA
Desks. 8 selected writers from Baltic and Scandinavian countries
will pitch their feature project on November 27th at 16PM in Nordic Hotel Forum, hall Sirius (II floor).
Miguel Machalski
POWR tutor
Screenwriter & Script Consultant
[email protected]
www.miguel-machalski.com
Phone: +33 6 1056 5206
Mari Mantela
POWR participant, Finland
[email protected]
Phone: +358 50 547 4929
Sharunas Mikulskis
POWR participant, Lithuania
[email protected]
Phone: +370 6187 5079
Egil Birkeland
POWR participant, Norway
[email protected]
Phone: +47 415 16 843
Valeria Richter
POWR Tutor
Torino Filmlab
Content Manager
[email protected]
Phone +45 2613 3725
POWR 2012 participants
Jonas Poher Rasmussen
POWR participant, Denmark
[email protected]
Phone: +45 20448736
Maria Ljuslin
POWR participant, Sweden
[email protected]
Phone: +46 70 376 92 16
Kirsikka Saari
POWR participant, Finland
[email protected]
Phone: +358 40 571 0135
Jenni Toivoniemi
POWR participant, Finland
[email protected]
Phone: +358 40 740 2752
Aiste Ptakauske
POWR participant, Lithuania
[email protected]
Phone: +370 6879 4500
Andris Feldmanis
POWR participant, Estonia
[email protected]
Phone: +372 503 7593
Livia Ulman
POWR participant, Estonia
[email protected]
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Index, participants
in alphabetical order
42
Aadamsoo, Martin
Aarma, Kiur
Abishev, Serik
Abolina, Daira
Aho, Kaarle
Ahokas, Harri
Ahven, Anneli
Akhmet, Iliyas
Aliyev, Tahir
Amberger, Simon
Andersen, Allan van O.T.
André, Guillaume
Anvelt, Evar
Asikainen, Jukka
Augustans, Aivars
Aun, Anu
Averbah, Maria
Babic, Gaby
Baseski, Darko
Bassauer, Ben
Bauduin, David
Beinoriute, Giedre
Bektursunov, Talgat
Berg, Pirjomarika
Berzina, Aija
Birkeland, Egil
Blaney, Martin
Bobbitt, Sean
Boka-Grube, Inese
Bonakova, Tatiana
Bourdon, Sophie
Brown, Colin
Brown, Todd
Bulajić, Vlado
Bundschuh, Jörg
Calderon, Sarah
Camre, Henning
Chacinski, Michal
Corvez, Frédéric
Danelia, Ketie
Degerman, Kerstin
Desiatnikaite, Adelina
Devauchelle, Anne
Dimiševskis, Uldis
Dolan, Kevin
Döry, Emmanuelle
Drazdauskas, Kestutis
Drozd, Natalia
Dudina, Zanda
Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, Alexander
Ernits, Anu
Evelone, Diana
Evseeva, Anastasia
Feldmanis, Andris
Felt, Ivo
Filippova, Katia
Flink, Markku
Forsstrom, Maria
Fountain, Alan
Franklin, Anna
Fransberg, Klas
Fröhlich, Linde
Frøyseth, Arild
Fudesaka, Kenta
Funk, Karlo
Gailite-Holmberga, Ilze
Gaisa, Liga
Gallego, Zivile
10
14
24
26
17
15
11
24
16
22
28
18
12
15
24
11
35
21
30
22
21
28
24
17
27
41
23
31
25
34
39
40
40
36
21
38
8
32
20
20
30
29
19
26
39
19
27
33
26
6
30
26
35
41
9
33
16
39
30
32
16
22
31
24
10
26
25
28
Galstyan, Hovhannes
Gauja, Andris
Geddes, Colin
Gelze, Alise
Gindilis, Yevgeny
Gligorijevic, Katarina
Glimsdal, Silje Nikoline
Glurjidze, Rusudan
Goroshko, Daniel
Gouskov, Igor
Grapena, Baiba
Grobe, Stephan
Grube, Gints
Gudkova, Anna
Halonen, Matti
Härö, Klaus
Haukkamaa, Essi
Hein, Riina
Hellebo-Hansson, Sidsel
Hellström, Annika
Hoban, Steve
Holl, Stephan
Hong, Bo Mi
Hong, Sungkee
Hordila, Cristian
Ingram, Stede
Isto, Kaisu
Jalukse, Leana
Jeon, Jay
Johannesdottir, Hlin
Joshi, Sonali
Juntunen, Liisa
Juric Tilic, Ankica
Jurtshenko, Marj
Jõe, Heili
Jõerand, Raimo
Järvelaid, Peeter
Kaat, Marianna
Kachkin, Sergei
Kairish, Viesturs
Kalnaellis, Reinis
Karapetian, Aik
Kari, Neeme
Karoblyte, Odeta
Karwan, Kasia
Katchko, Anna
Kaukomaa, Tero
Kaye, Lawrence
Kedzierski, Julek
Kemppinen, Petri
Ketkovich, Vlad
Kilmi, Jaak
Kim, Uljana
Kinnunen, Kalle
Kissa, Katrin
Kjartansdottir, Asthildur
Klavina, Simona
Klepatski, Dimitri
Kmiecik, Katarzyna
Kolegaeva, Olga
Koppel, Eda
Kopylova, Kateryna
Kriksciunaite, Giedre
Krukle, Linda
Krullo, Birgit
Kurz, Sibylle
Kuslapuu, Mark
Kvietkauskas, Rolandas
Laasonen, Tiina
Lam, Ivy
Lantos, Ari
Laucis, Guntars
Launey, Claire
6
26
7
27
35
7
8
20
33
36
27
21
25
34
15
17
15
9
31
38
6
23
37
37
33
27
15
9
37
23
39
17
7
10
13
10
9
9
33
25
26
26
13
29
19
35
14
39
39
15
33
14
29
16
11
24
26
34
31
34
9, 10
39
27
25
13
22
13
29
14
23
6
24
18
Lavut, Evgeniya
Lech, Marcin
Lee, In Ah
Lekavicius, Andrius
Lešinska, Dace
Leskinen, Maria
Letowska, Maria
Lazurean-Gorgan, Monica
Liik, Romek
Lind Palmer, Sara
Litvinova, Elina
Ljuslin, Maria
Lokk, Tiina
Louhimies, Aku
Lovadina, Matteo
Lupik, Viktoria
Lyytikäinen, Leila
Mabillon, Eric
Machalski, Miguel
Magalashvili, Zurab
Mahnert, Annick
Maikola, Mirkka
Makaras, Tomas
Mäkela, Taru
Mantela, Mari
Martikainen, Karoliina
Martinsons, Maris
Meinke, Christian
Melbrga, Madara
Mikita, Diana
Mikulskis, Sharunas
Miseykyte, Lineta
Mishkinene, Julia
Misjura, Georgius
Miskinyte, Rasa Mochizuki, Oliver
Modersbach, Christian
Mogorovic, Miroslav
Mooij, Thessa
Morkunas, Mindaugas
Morozova-Cobb, Anna
Moschal, Wigbert
Mülbeier, Tatjana
Nafikov, Konstantin
Nam, Dong Chul
Nam, Jongsuk Thomas
Newman, Susan
Nikitin, Nikolaj
Nisell, Ulrika
Noh, Jean
Norberg, Sara
Nordberg, Kai
Nørgaard, Freja Johanne
Norviliene, Ieva
Nouh, Béatrice
Nuora, Kati
Nygård, Lisa
Oengo, Kerdi
Oh, Jungwan
Ollula, Pekka
Olsson, Freddy
Orav, Liis
Ostrat, Marianne
Ozola, Lelda
Paasilinna, Miira
Pääsuke, Priit
Pakalnina, Anna
Pala, Margus
Pavlin, Ales
Pazikaite, Jurate
Pentti, Pauli
Penttilä, Ville
Perry, Simon
35
32
40
28
26
15
32
32
8
38
13
41
13
15
20
6
15
19
41
20
18
13
27
16
41
18
25
22
25
12
41
28
35
14
28
40
22
36
40
29
15
21
12
34
37
37
19
21
31
37
16
17
8
29
20
15
38
12
37
16
38
12
8, 10
30
17
11
25
11
36
29
15
14
18
Pipinen, Marjo
Põder, Karolin
Poon, Matthew
Poskus, Juris
Pototski, Roman
Pouzarova, Patricie
Pracek, Tomas
Priimägi, Tristan
Ptakauske, Aiste
Puksta, Edvinas
Puskala, Jaana
Raag, Ilmar
Ramaska, Algirdas
Rasmussen, Jonas Poher
Raudam, Dagmar
Raudsalu, Andrus
Reinberg-Shestakov, Karin
Richter, Valeria
Rips, Esko
Ritola, Merja
Röthemeyer, Gabriele
Rozenvalde, Anna
Rudyte, Daiva
Ruokkonen, Vera
Ruokyte-Jonsson, Liana
Saari, Kirsikka
Saluveer, Sten
Sandahl, Ronnie
Savi, Tiina
Sepp, Edith
Seppälä, Jouko
Sepping, Mati
Shavlova, Ekaterina
Shulman Boris
Sildos, Riina
Silva, François da
Simonen, Ulla
Širvinskas, Dominykas
Smirnova, Natalia
Söderström, Päivi
Soesanto, Leó
Soosaar, Evelin
Spalvena, Astra
Stahovska, Guna
Steemburg, Peter Van
Ster, Kamiel van der
Steranka, Rastislav
Stevens, Travis
Strelayev, Dmitry
Suleimenov, Yerzhan
Sutinen, Laura
Szczukova, Andrea
Talvistu, Eero
Tarnovetchi, Iuliana
Tee, Lorna
Tengmark, Tomas
Teras, Tiina
Thiltges, Jani
Thiltges, Paul
Thoke, Christoph
Tibbo-Hudgins, Piret
Tilk, Aare
Toivoniemi, Jenni
Tomkova, Katarina
Trekteris, Guntis
Turincev, Nadia
Tuula, Max
Tuvi, Liina
Tõnissoo, Andero
Tykkyläinen, Kirsi
Ulman, Livia
Urbla, Peeter
Valciukaite, Asta
15
13
23
25
14
21
7, 13
10
41
29
15
9
29
41
13
12
12
41
12
17
22
25
28
15
29
41
13
38
11
12
16
10
34
38
9
19
17
30
34
14
19
9
26
26
40
31
31
7
33
24
17
7
10
32
23
28
13
30
30
22
9
12
41
36
24
20
11
14
12
35
41
10
27
43
Valgma, Katre
Vartapetova, Natalia
Verlinden, Wout
Vildziunaite, Dagne
Vildziunas, Kristijonas
Vimba, Renars
Vincent, Charlotte
Vinovskis, Roberts
Virtanen, Minna
Visuri, Henrik
Vries, Joost de
Võsoberg, Madli
Walsh, Steve
Wendorff-Østergaard, Ole
Werner, Michael
Wieser, Alexander
Yerzhanov, Adilkhan
Yukie, Kito
Zabarauskas, Romas
Zemlyanukhin, Sergei
Zhumabekova, Aliya
Ziebinski, Marcin
Zweigbergk, Martin von
8
34
11
28
29
27
18
25
18
14
31
12
39
31
38
6
24
24
29
34
24
31
14
Estonian Film Foundation
10
Estonian Public Broadcasting
10
Ethnogeographic Research Foundation
33
EURIMAGES – European Cinema Support Fund
18
European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE)
30
European Think Tank on Film and Policy
8
Eventival7
Exitfilm10
Eyz Media GmbH
21
Fa Filma
24
Festival del film Locarno
39
Fidalgo31
Film London
39
Film New Europe
32
Film Studio Mistrus Media
25
Filmfreak Distribution
31
Finland Film Commission
14
Finnish Film & Audiovisual Export FAVEX
15
Finnish Film Foundation, The
15
First Floor Productions
15
Fisher King Production
15
Fork Film Animation Studio
11
Fralita Film
28
Gdynia Film Festival / Gdansk Film Promotion
32
Generator Post Production
15
Georgian National Film Center
20
Globus Film
34
GoEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film
21
Greenskfilms40
Hargla Company
25
4 Proof Film
32
Helsinki International Film Festival - Love & Anarchy
16
Homeless Bob Production
11
A-One Films Baltic
27
ACE - Ateliers du cinema Europeen
18
Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum
23
ACME Film
8
Interprod16
ACME UAB
27
IT Garage OÜ / www.tiptheauthors.com
11
Alexandra Film
8
Jolle-Film21
Alien Film
32
Just a Moment
28
Allfilm9
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
7
Amour Fou
6
Kaunas International Film Festival
28
Amrion9
Kazakhfilm24
Angel Films
14
Kick Film
21
Anniko Films
6
Kino Pasaka
28
April FilmLab
33
Kino Sõprus/Black Hand
11
Argomedia Production
31
Kinorama7
Artbox27
Kinosto16
ARTE France Cinema
18
Kinotavr, Generation Kampus
34
Atlantic Film
33
Klepatski Production
34
Aurora Films
18
Klok Creative Agency OY
16
Baltic Event (MTÜ BE)
9
KOFIC( Korean Film Council)
37
Baltic Film Production
9
Kopli Kinokompanii
11
Baltic Film Services
27
Koskela Art & Media House
17
Berlin International Film Festival
20
Krakow Film Commission
32
Blind Spot Pictures
14
Krukfilms25
Bokomotiv Filmproduktion AB
38
L’arsenal Associate
19
Bom Film Productions
36
La Semaine de la Critique / Cannes Selection Committee 19
BreakThru Films
31
Lab Studios, The
8
BuryatKino33
Latvian Public Televison
25
Busan International Film Festival
37
Lemming Film
31
Celluloid Dreams
18
LevelK ApS
8
Cinenic Film
38
Lithuanian Film Centre
28
Locomotive Productions
25
Cinepur Filmpromotion
21
Cinetech Film Production
20
Luxfilm11
Macedonian Film Fund
30
Copperheart Entertainment
6
Creare Studio
9
Made17
Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing
40
Creative Mind Group, The
40
Making Movies Oy
17
CTB Film Company
33
Mandra Films
19
Day for Night*
39
Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes
19
Eastwest Film Distribution
6, 39
Marx Film
11
Ego Media
24
Match Factory
21
ERA Film
28
MEDIA PROGRAMME of the European Union
30
Essence Pictures
9
MFA+22
Estinfilm10
Ministry of Culture of Republic of Estonia
12
Estonian Film Claster
10
Index, production companies
in alphabetical order
44
Mogador Film
22
Vilnius Film Office
29
Mono o
36
Vilnius International Film Festival Kino Pavasaris
29
Monoduo Films
22
Vintage Pictures
23
Moscow Business Square
34
Vita Aktiva
35
Mywin Media
38
Vita Nova Films Ltd
39
Nafta Films
12
Vita Pictura Productions
14
napafilms17
Voices Festival
36
Naratyvas29
Wunderland37214
National Cinematographic Centre Slovak Film Institute
36
XYZ Pictures-Twitchfilms
40
National Film Center of Latvia
26
Yellow Affair, The
17
Neuesuper GmbH & Co. KG
22
Zylo20
Nonstop Entertainment AB/ Turner Nordic
38
NonStop Sales Ab
38
Nordic Film Days Lübeck
22
Novo Films
19
Nukufilm12
October Pictures Limited
23
Open Film Festival - Kinoshock
34
Otaku12
Parallels Film
6
Paul Thiltges Distributions / Juliette Films
30
Perfo Production
36
Piiboutique17
Pitching & Communication Skills
22
Polish Film Institute
32
POWR41
Premium Films
19
Producer Center “Horosho Production”
34
Producers Guild of Korea
37
Public Film Fund Baden-Wuerttemberg
22
Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PIFAN)
37
Rapid Eye Movies He GmbH
23
Red Square Screenings
34
Reel Suspects
20
Revolver Film
12
Riga City Council co-financing programme „Riga Film Fund”26
Rigas nami / Splendid Palace
26
Rija Films
26
Riverbed26
Rouge International
20
Russian Report
35
Samsa Film
30
Screen International
23, 37
Serendipity Point Films
6
Seven by Two Picture
37
Silver Moon Entertainment Inc
12
Silversalt PR
40
Slated Inc
40
Smile Motion
13
Snowfort Pictures
7
Soul Food Distribution
36
St. Petersburg International Film Festival
35
State Service of Cinematography
of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Ukraine
39
Studio Uljana Kim
29
Sun & Moon Pictures
27
Sutine17
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
13
Tallinnfilm13
Tandem Productions
35
Tasse Film
27
The Film Agency
38
The Hollywood Reporter
23
Toronto International Film Festival
7
Transilvania International Film Festival
32
Traumfabrik14
Tremora29
TrustNordisk, Filmbyen
8
Tvindie35
Unijapan24
Urban Distribution International
20
VBF UK
39
45
Vertigo Production
18

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