SUBMISSIONS

CO-PRODUCTION MARKET

The next Call for Projects will open in June 2019.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Full-length fiction film with potential for international distribution;
  • Suitable for international co-production and looking for co-producers;
  • A part of financial support in place;
  • Projects from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, FYR of Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Russia, and Ukraine are accepted. Projects from other countries may be considered, if they are suitable for co-production with an eligible country or intend to shoot the film / buy services in the region.

Required documentation:

  • Synopsis
  • Treatment
  • Screenplay
  • Director’s note
  • Biography/filmography of the director
  • Biography/filmography of the producer
  • Production company profile
  • Production note
  • Budget outline and financing plan
  • Marketing strategy
  • Producer’s and director’s photos (in JPG format)
  • If the project has transmedia / multiplatform / interactive potential, note of intention on which digital platforms the project is going to use and why

Special conditions:

  • Participation includes an accreditation fee of 75 Euros per person;
  • Once a film is selected, at least the producer should be present during the market on November 26-29, 2019;
  • The official language of the market is English;
  • Submission of the film is considered as acceptance of special conditions;
  • 
If the project is accepted to Baltic Event Co-Production Market, it will be mentioned in the end credits of the film, once completed.

Please download BE Rules and Regulations here.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

The next Call for Projects will open in August 2019.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Full-length fiction film with potential for international distribution;
  • The film must not have an international sales agent attached;
  • The film must not have been presented in any previous Works in Progress at international industry events with the exception of a presentation at an event in the country of origin.
  • Projects from the whole world are eligible.

For the Baltic works in progress (projects from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), projects with sales agents on board or those having been presented in previous international works in progress presentations can apply but are not given priority in the selection process.

Required documentation:

  • Synopsis (up to 1000 characters)
  • Short biography/filmography of the director (max. 1000 characters, recent or selected films)
  • Biography/filmography of the producer/Production company profile (max. 1000 characters, recent or selected films)
  • A photo or still image from the film (resolution 300 dpi)
  • Provide links to the scenes from the film (2-3 scenes, maximum of 10 minutes) with English subtitles for preview / selection
  • Deliver additional materials if needed to the email address wiptallinn@poff.ee

Special conditions:

  • Participation includes an accreditation fee of 75 Euros per person
  • Once the project is selected, the producer/representative is requested to be present during the presentations in Tallinn
  • The official language of the market is English
  • Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event covers the accommodation costs of the participants but not the round trip airfare.

Please download Works Progress Rules and Regulations here.

POWR BALTIC STORIES EXCHANGE

The next Call for Projects will open in June 2019.

POWR Workshop is aimed at giving mainly Nordic and Baltic scriptwriters access to an informal and international forum where they can present their projects and writing talent during the largest regional film market in North-Eastern Europe. We also invite talents from Baltic Event’s focus region of 2018 – Ireland to apply to POWR!

During our 4-day workshop the 6 screenwriters will practice skills to pitch their projects through group sessions, talks and rehearsals. It is an open, generous, and sharing atmosphere, headed by our main tutor, Valeria Richter (Denmark/TFL), pitch coach Helene Granqvist (Sweden/Nordic Factory) and selected industry guests. The final pitch will be approx. 5 minutes per project followed by a ‘speed-dating’ session where the participants will meet selected producers and other film industry representatives, who will share their feedback and advice. POWR is an intensive and fun experience, mixing project work with networking events.

POWR workshop is organized by Baltic Event in collaboration with the region’s Creative Europe MEDIA Desks and TorinoFilmLab (TFL).

Project criteria:

  • full-length feature film with potential for theatrical distribution (incl. genre projects)
  • potential for the international market/co-production
  • projects from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Ireland are accepted

Required documentation:

  • filled in application form
  • short synopsis (3 pages)
  • short CV (2 pages)
  • short motivation for participation incl. previous pitch-experience (1 page)

In case your project is selected we will request a longer synopsis immediately, and your bio/photo/short synopsis for the project catalogue.

SCRIPT POOL TALLINN

The next Call for Projects will open in June 2019.

Eligibility criteria:
  • Projects of a full-length fiction film (theatrical or TV) and drama series from the whole world are eligible;
  • Only the team of screenwriter and producer can apply – with a full treatment in the first round, complete script to be submitted for those selected for the next round;
  • The screenwriter has to have either film school education or experience in the film sector.
Required documentation:
  • Synopsis
  • Treatment and character descriptions
  • An excerpt of the screenplay (max 10 pages)*
  • Biography/filmography of the screenwriter
  • Biography/filmography of the producer
  • Budget outline
*If the project is selected for the second round, we ask you to submit the final draft of the film
 
Special conditions:
  • Participation for the finalists includes an accreditation fee of 75 Euros per person;
  • Once a project is approved for the final selection, the team must be present in Tallinn;
  • Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event covers accommodation costs of the participants, but not the round-trip airfare;
  • The official language of the market is English;
  • 
If the project is accepted to Baltic Event Co-Production Market, it will be mentioned in the end credits of the film, once completed.

Please download BE Rules and Regulations here.

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