Netherlands Film Fund and the Netherlands Film Commission go back to EFM

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93d26035-ec1e-4ab1-b302-052e0b4b84db.jpg TAKE THE NETHERLANDS @ BERLINALE 2018 This year the Netherlands Movie Fund and the Netherlands Film Commission will be going back to the European Film Market at the Berlinale. You can find us at the SEE NL booth, located inthe Martin-Gropius-Bau-G13. If you would like to know more about producing your film in the Netherlands, the

different funding schemes of the Netherlands Film Fund, consisting of the Netherlands Movie Production Incentive (up to 35%money rebate), please contact the agents of the Netherlands Movie Fund or the Netherlands Film Commission through Film Commissioner Bas van der Ree to set up a conference. Bachelor’s degrees van der Ree, Netherlands Movie Commissioner:info@filmcommission.nl!.?.!.< table border =0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 style=width:100 %; width=100%>< table border =1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 design=width:100%; width =100%> DUTCH(CO )PRODUCTIONS @ BERLINALE 2018 Ten Dutch( co)productions have actually been selected for the 68th Berlin International Film Celebration. Cobain by Nanouk Leopold will opening night in Generation 14plus

. Leopold’s last movie, It’s All So Peaceful, opened the Berlinale Panorama in 2013. The family function film My Giraffe, directed by Barbara Bredero will have its globalbest in the Generation Kplus section. Dutch co-production Ceres, the full-length launching documentary of Janet van den Brand name, will opening night in the exact same area. Furthermore, The Seen and Unseen by Kamila Andini will have its European premiere in Berlinale Generation Kplus. Three Dutch co-productions will world premiere in Panorama: The Trial by Maria Ramos, Land by Babak Jalali and TheOmission by Sebastián Schjaer. Dutch co-production The Bed by Mónica Lairana will world best in Online forum. Dutch short film Kiem Holijanda by Sarah Veltmeyer (produced by Submarine) is picked for Generation 14plus. And the brief experimental film Cinema Olanda Filmby Wendelien van Oldenborgh is picked for Forum Expanded.

The 2018 Berlinale Co-Production Market provides two tasks from the Netherlands. Flooring van der Meulen will provide Methusalem(picked for Berlinale Talents Script Station) and producer Joram Willink from BIND will pitch his new job Mascot by Remy van Heugten (Boy of Mine) during the Talent Job Market of the Berlinale Co-Production Market.

The line-up of all screenings throughout Berlinale will be sent out by EYE global early next week.Cobain
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BERLINALE SKILLS 250 individuals from 81 nations have actually been chosen to participate in Berlinale Talents, the yearly summit and networking event of the Berlinale. Dutch individuals are: directors Eliane Esther Bots and Flooring van der Meulen and producer Joram Willink. Click here for more details. Eliane Esther Bots, Flooring van der Meulen, Joram Willink
< table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 design=width:100%; width =100%>< table border =0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 design= width:100%; width =100 %> SEE NL # 30 Read the most current SEE NL, or download the PDF. In this edition:-Nanouk Leopold back in Berlin with Cobain -Dutch filmmakers target IFFR -Rosto honoured at Clermont Ferrand-My Giraffe in Berlin Generation-Barbara Visser on Barnett Newman TAKE THE NETHERLANDS: CO-PRODUCING WITH THE NETHERLANDS Download the most recent co-production pamphlet

here or read it here: whatever you have to understand about the Netherlands Film

Commission and the Netherlands Film Fund’s assistance schemes for international coproduction.< table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing =0 style=width :100 %; width=100%> JONAS SMULDERS SHOOTING STAR Dutch star Jonas Smulders has been chosen as the Netherlands’ Shooting Star for the Berlinale. Jonas is acknowledged as one of the 10 most talented European entertainers by a jury of well-known market specialists for the 21st edition of the Shooting Stars occasion.
< table align=left border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 design =width:100%; width =100 %> BERLINALE CO-PRODUCTION MARKET The Netherlands Film Fund is official partner of the Berlinale Co-Production Market (17-21 February). The Fund is taking part in the country session conferences on Sunday 18 February and is jointly organizing the Co-production Market Reception Monday 19 February. Six Dutch manufacturers have actually been invited for the Visitors Program: Rianne Poodt(The Rogues), Loes Komen(N279 Entertainment), Rogier Kramer( Dutch Mountain Film), Nathalie van der Burg (Pupkin), Renko Douze(Een van de Jongens )and Olivia Sophie van Leeuwen(Halal Docs).< table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 design=width:100 %; width=100%>< table align =left border=0 cellpadding= 0 cellspacing= 0 style=width:100 %; width=100%> BOOKS ON SCREEN BREAKFAST MEETINGS On Monday 19 February, Books on Screen Breakfast Meetings will occur: a series of meetings in between Dutch publishers and German film manufacturers, and between German publishers and Dutch movie manufacturers. The very first German-Dutch networking conferences for experts from the publishing industry and the film market were organized on the event of the Guest of Honour program at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 and the Netherlands Movie Festival.

These meetings initiated brand-new collaborations and co-productions between Dutch and German publishers and filmmakers which ideally will cause lots of beautiful film adaptations.Books on Screen, supported by Books at Berlinale as part of the Berlinale Co-Production Market, will occur at the Berlinale for the first time this year.

The occasion has been made possible by the Dutch Structure for Literature, the Dutch embassy in Berlin, Dutch Culture (Centre for international cooperation) and the Netherlands Movie Fund. < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:600 px; width = 600 > < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 > < table align = center border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:0 px; width = 0 > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:0 px; width = 0 > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:0 px; width = 0 > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table border = 1 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 design = width:100 %; width = 100 % > < table align = left border = 0 cellpadding = 0 cellspacing = 0 style = width:100 %; width = 100 % >.

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