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Berlinale Co-Production Market

Berlin, Germany

Start:
End:
11 February 2018
14 February 2018

Introduction

The Berlinale Co-Production Market is a two-and-a-half-day event for about 450 international producers, sales agents and distributors, as well as broadcasting and funding representatives active in the field of co-production, which is run during the Berlin International Film Festival.

Project Submissions (by e-mail)

  • Fully completed submission form
  • Treatment in English (5–8 pages)
  • Five-page script excerpt
  • Director's previous work sample on DVD (by regular mail/courier)

Project requirements

  • Feature-length fiction project for theatrical release
  • Suitable for international co-production and open for co-producers
  • Full script available in English
  • Budget between two and ten million euros (from one million euros for projects from countries in transition)
  • A minimum of 30 per cent of the financing must have already been secured
  • The company must already have completed at least one international co-production.

The selected projects will be announced in January, and will be presented in the project catalogue, which is e-mailed to all registered participants three weeks prior to the event. The Berlinale Co-Production Market team organises individual one-on-one meetings with interested potential co-producers and financiers for the producers of the selected projects.

The Berlinale Co-Production Market is meant to be a 'natural' meeting place for producers and financiers who are already attending the Berlinale. Therefore, the Berlinale Co-Production Market does not pay for travel and hotel costs, and does not provide festival accreditation for participants.

Attendee tips

  • "It’s very functionally organised. There was a producer’s lounge which had 'matchmakers' who introduced you to other people in the room. They were fantastic and I ended up with one of my best meetings through one of these introductions."
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