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Coproduction Village

LES ARCS COPRODUCTION VILLAGE, WHAT IS IT?

 

Les Arcs Coproduction Village showcases a selection of about 18 projects of European feature films in development presented to professionals interested in a financial or a production participation.

The 14th edition will take place from December 10 to 13, 2022. The selected projects will compete for the ArteKino International Award, of 6000€.

 

2022 EDITION

 

For its 14th edition, Les Arcs Coproduction Village will present 18 European feature film projects in development or financing. This section of the Industry Village aims at helping the
projects to find coproducers, sales agents, distributors and other financing partners.In total, 311 projects have been received and considered, representing a 40% increase
compared to the previous year. The selection includes 13 different countries. 7 projects are helmed by female filmmakers, 11 by men, a proportion equal to the applications received for the Coproduction Village. 9 are first feature projects, 6 second features and 3 by more established filmmakers.


All the projects will compete for the ArteKino International Award, worth 6000€.

In the list below, the project marked by (*) are debuts, those marked by (**) are second features.

  • A GOOD DAY OUT* by Francesco Mattuzzi (Italy) produced by Planck Films (Italy)
  • AMERIKA* by Davide Maldi (Italy) produced by Ring Film (Italy)
  • BLUEPRINTS* by Josza Anjembe (France) produced by Yukunkun Productions (France)
  • BOYS ONLY* by Prïncia Car (France) produced by After Hours Production (France)
  • EVERYTIME by Sandra Wollner (Austria) produced by PANAMA Film KG (Austria), The Barricades (Germany)
  • FED UP** by Júlia De Paz Solvas (Spain) produced by Mayo Films (Spain)
  • FLOOD* by Martin Gonda (Slovakia) produced by Silverart (Slovakia)
  • THE GOLDEN AGE* by Bérenger Thouin (France) produced by GoGoGo Films (France)
  • THE GOLDEN RADIANCE OF A BEETLE** by Henry Blake (United Kingdom) produced by Two Birds Entertainment (United Kingdom), Bosena (United Kingdom)
  • JULIETTE** by Vania Leturcq (Belgium) produced by Hélicotronc (Belgium)
  • KAI by Oleh Sentsov (Ukraine) produced by Arthouse Traffic (Ukraine)
  • MOTHERHOOD by Johanna Moder (Austria) produced by FreibeuterFilm (Austria), Match Factory Productions (Germany), tellfilm (Switzerland)
  • OBSESSION* by Tadeusz Łysiak (Poland) produced by Film Produkcja (Poland)
  • PRIMAVERA** by Dušan Kasalica (Montenegro) produced by Meander Film (Montenegro)
  • SONGS OF THE FALLEN MOUNTAINS* by Manon Coubia (France) produced by EL Films (France), The Blue Raincoat (Belgium)
  • THE VISITOR* by Vytautas Katkus (Lithuania) produced by M-Films (Lithuania)
  • VOLCANO** by Mees Peijnenburg (The Netherlands) produced by Juliet (The Netherlands)
  • WELWITSCHIA** by Faraz Shariat (Germany) produced by Jünglinge Film (Germany)

 

The deadline for the call for projects in development this year was July 27th, 2022. 


Eligibility criteria:

  • fiction, animation or documentary with a minimum length of 70 min, currently in development
  • main production company must be European (geographical Europe)
  • director must have already directed at least one short film or have substantial track record in other artistic fields
  • producer(s) must be looking for additional sources of financing and for a sales agent
  • a secured source of financing and the exclusivity of the project on coproduction markets are considered a plus

 

AWARDS

  • ArteKino International

An award of 6.000 euros is allocated by ArteKino International to one of the selected projects.

The 2021 award is granted to Solitude by Ninna Pálmadóttir, produced by Pegasus Pictures (Iceland) and coproduced by MP Film Production (Croatia).

The jury was composed of Rémi Burah (President of ArteKino Foundation and CEO of Arte France Cinema).

The Jury’s motivation to this grant is the following:
"The ArteKino International Award‘s choice went to the project of a young director, who has expressed her talent in two sensitive and poetic short films. Her first feature echoes harmoniously with the characters of her shorts and her universe with the one of her scriptwriter, a very talented Icelandic director."

 

Projects awarded in previous editions:

2020 - Le Plus Vivant Possible/Most Alive by Delphine Girard (Belgium)

2019 - Rabia by Mareike Engelhardt (Germany)

2018 - Other People by Aleksandra Terpinska (Poland) and Vaurien by Peter Dourountzis (France)

 

  • Producers Networks 

Two Producers Network badges are attributed to two Industry Village producers: Inga Pranevska - Kultfilma (Latvia) and Véronique Vergari – Luna Films (Switzerland)

Contacts

Jérémy Zelnik
Head of Industry

Lison Hervé
Industry Village Manager
lherve@lesarcs-filmfest.com

Pierre-Emmanuel Fleurantin 
C.E.O.

Coproduction Village  
village-copro@lesarcs-filmfest.com
+ 33 (0)1 82 28 50 10

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