Submissions for the next edition of the MIA|Film Co-Production Market (October 14-18th, 2020) are now open!
The deadline for applications has been extended to August 3rd.
To check eligibility criteria, please see our Rules and Regulations 2020
The MIA|Film Co-Production Market will showcase a selection of about 15 projects with strong co-production or co-financing potential at different stages of development, bringing together in a three-day session high quality projects, key players, decision makers and financiers from all over the world.
The MIA|Film Coproduction Market is honored to present once again in 2020 the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award: an International Jury will assign the Award, a cash prize of 20.000 Euros for the development of the best feature film project showcased that fulfills the criteria for collaboration and co-production that inspire Eurimages.
This year we are also proud to present the ARTE Kino International Prize, a cash award of 6.000 Euros given to the best project to support its development. With this award, ARTE hopes to contribute to the development and production of independent filmmaking.
As of the 2020 edition, with the intent of shining a light on the emerging, freshest Italian content, a new spinoff called Wanna Taste IT? will be devoted to Italian feature film projects at an earlier stage of development, accepting submissions from projects at subject/treatment stage (no full script needed). More info and specific rules and regulations HERE
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Established as a benchmark for the European and International players, over the past editions the Co-Production Market has successfully led more than 50% of the selected films to their completion. Among them, to quote only a few titles:
YALDA, A NIGHT FOR FORGIVENESS by Massoud Bakhshi (World Cinema Dramatic Award at Sundance 2020), THE ROADS NOT TAKEN by Sally Potter (Berlinale 2020), DIGGER by Georgis Grigorakis (Berlinale 2020), EDEN by Agnes Kocscis (Rotterdam Film Festival 2020), DIRTY GOD by Sacha Polak (Rotterdam Film Festival 2019, nominated for the EFA Awards 2019), MUSTANG by Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre (Sundance Film Festival 2019), A TALE OF THREE SISTERS by Emin Alper (Berlinale 2019), SCREWDRIVER by Bassam Jarbawi (Venice and Toronto 2018); FARMING by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Toronto Film Festival 2018), THE VICE OF HOPE by Edoardo De Angelis (Rome Film Fest 2018), MOBILE HOMES by Vladimir de Fontenay (Cannes 2017); THE PARTY by Sally Potter (Berlinale 2017).