Submissions to C EU Soon are now open!
You can submit your film until July 29th, 2022.
The final selection will be disclosed by mid-September.
With C EU Soon, at its fifth edition in 2022, MIA focuses on European emerging talents to showcase and support the most promising and intriguing films breaking out in 2023.
Up to six European first and second films in post-production, collected through a public call and selected by an international committee, are presented in a session open exclusively to buyers, festival programmers, and sales agents.
C EU Soon opens with the screening of the film’s clip/trailer and a pitching presentation by the director and producer, followed by a session of pre-arranged one-to-one meetings.
Before submitting your film, we advise you to carefully read The C EU Soon RULES and check the eligibility criteria.
Before proceeding with the request, we remind you to keep at hand the following information:
- Film credits
- Logline (max. 220 characters);
- Synopsis ( 600 characters);
- Long synopsis or treatment (max 10 pp.)
- Goals at MIA (max. 220 characters);
- Director’s profile (max 300 characters);
- Director’s Filmography;
- Film still (jpeg, high res., min. 300 DPI, horizontal format)
- A scene/clip of the film (link);
- Any other English-language material that will contribute to a better understanding of the film and/or the filmmaker’s work.
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Among the titles presented in the past editions:
BEAUTIFUL BEINGS by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson (Berlinale Panorama, awarded the Europa Cinemas Label), SISTERS by Linda Olte, VICTIM by Michal Blaško, TIME OUT by Eve Duchemin, THE PENULTIMATE by Jonas Kærup Hjort (in competition at Tallin Black Night Film Festival and ex-aequo recipient of the Screen International Buyer’s choice Award at MIA 2020), DARK HEART OF THE FOREST by Serge Mirzabekiantz (ex-aequo recipient of the Screen International Buyer’s choice Award at MIA 2020), STEPNE by Maryna Vroda, THE DRUMMER by Kote Kalandadze, APPLES by Christos Nikou (Opening film at Venezia Orizzonti 2020), HOCHWALD by Evi Romen; A PERFECTLY NORMAL FAMILY by Malou Reymann (VPRO Big Screen Award, IFF Rotterdam 2020), THE HUMAN PART by Juha Lehtola (Tallin Black Nights Film Festival 2018), INLAND by Juan Palacios (Berlinale Talent 2019), THE SILENCE AND THE FURY by Guillermo Benet, TASTE OF PHO by Mariko Bobrik, STAY STILL by Elisa Mishto, and TALES FROM THE LODGE by Abigail Blackmore (SXSW 2019).
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