Co-production day


Embark on a full day dedicated to co-production!

Take the opportunity to connect with projects in development looking for co-producers and financiers selected by our Co-Production partner markets.

📆 Friday 20 May | 16:00-16:45 | Marina Stage (Riviera) & Online
Co-Production Day | Public Film Funding at A Crossroads – The Future for European Co-productions

A conversation between two European producers about the future for European co-productions based on the report “Public Film Funding at A Crossroads”. Tomas Eskilsson, the author of the report, will give a short introduction that reflects the 725 interviews with key persons in Europe’s film- and audiovisual sector take on European co-productions in the mid-term future followed by a conversation between Maria Ekerhovd and Riina Sildos.

📆 Friday 20 May | 20:00-23:30 | The American Pavilion (Village International)
Co-Production Night

Access open (until full capacity) to all Producers Network badge holders or those with a physical invitation

The perfect event to match up with potential co-producers and catch-up with representatives of the most important international co-production markets who will facilitate the matchmaking.

During the first part of the cocktail, there will be a series of informal stand-up speed meetings in which each participant will meet at least 5 different professionals. Enjoy the second part of the evening with the ‘Co-Pro Night Live Band’, featuring the best (and worst!) of ’80s pop music!






We’re back again stronger than ever!

ICEX (España Exportación e Inversiones) and ICAA (Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales) together with Spanish Screenings promote high-quality Spanish film projects and co-productions that enhance Spanish film talents.

Find your Spanish film mate!


ACE Producers ACE Producers is Europe’s premier network of successful producers from Europe and beyond. ACE Producers enables profound collaborations through honest dialogue in the safe trusted space of the ACE Network and fosters valuable exchange of high-level knowledge about the independent audio-visual industry.

Les Arcs - Industry Village Les Arcs Industry Village is a 3-day event happening during Les Arcs Film Festival. It gathers the Coproduction Village, a selection of projects in development, the Work-in-progress for films in post-production, the Talent Village and the Music Village.

Asian Project Market Busan IFF’s Asian Project Market (APM) is a first launched co-production market in Asia. Since its birth as Pusan Promotion Plan in 1998, it has grown into the biggest and most important pre-market in Asia. Each year APM discovers fresh feature film projects ranging from big-scale commercial ones to low-budget indies to link them with global film investors, producers and distributors.

Baltic Event Co-Production Market Baltic Event Co-Production Market, held since 2005 during Black Nights Film Festival, is the meeting-place for feature films in development looking for co-producers, financiers and sales agents. Around 15 projects are selected yearly and over 400 pre-arranged meetings held with decision makers who make Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event their yearly stopover to look for new projects for their slates.

CineLink - Sarajevo Film Festival CineLink Industry Days, Sarajevo Film Festival’s industry section, is a primary hub for Southeast European film professionals and has played a crucial role in the expansion of cinematic co-production in the region

CineMart CineMart, the co-production market of IFFR, acts as a highly experienced matchmaker in financing independent film projects in effective one–to–one meetings. CineMart, within its industry umbrella IFFR Pro, also offers a program for emerging producers, Rotterdam Lab, where they can expand their network and participate in workshops, speed dating sessions, and other forms of training.

Coprocity Coprocity is an online platform, meant to offer more visibility to curated projects after their presentation in coproduction markets and to facilitate discussions regarding the upcoming steps towards completion between professionals and decision makers, by creating and extending contacts to make projects’ development and financing easier.

EAVE EAVE is one of the leading producers’ training programmes in Europe with a unique network of over 2300 producers. Over the last years, EAVE has been revising its existing training offer and creating new workshop programmes to continuously strengthen the European independent production and to contribute to its sustainability and competitiveness by reinforcing the producer’s creative, managerial and financial capacity to compete successfully in European and global markets.

EWA Network EWA Network is a pan-European organisation advocating for gender equality in the European audiovisual sector. It acts as an international community that globally connects women audiovisual professionals. At the core of EWA Network's strategy is the fight for gender equality with the approaches of inclusiveness and intersectionality in the European audiovisual industry.

NFDC Film Bazaar The Co-Production Market at NFDC Film Bazaar is a platform for curated projects with South Asian themes to find financial and artistic support. Every year, filmmakers with projects selected for the Market get numerous avenues to connect with Indian and international producers, distributors, sales agents and financiers active in the field of co-production.

Gotham Film & Media Institute The Gotham Film & Media Institute celebrates and nurtures independent film and media creators, providing career-building resources, access to industry influencers, and pathways to wider recognition. Founded over 40 years ago as the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), The Gotham is the largest and longest-running non-profit organization for independent film and storytelling in the United States.

Guadalajara International Film Festival Guadalajara International Film Festival is the most relevant cinematographic rendezvous in Latin-America, due to the quality and relevance of its film programme, the filmmakers, the national and international delegates that attend every year. The Guadalajara Film Market is the ideal space to build strong relationships while doing business with the professionals of the industry.

Meeting Point-Vilnius (MPV) Meeting Point-Vilnius (MPV) is the international Work-in-Progress pitching forum for debut films and a platform to discover and develop European talents. It is a combination of pitching (Coming Soon section, open to 20 int'l debut directors' film), Industry Market Screenings of Baltic debuts, Talents Nest (lab for emerging professionals from Baltic, Caucasian and ex-Soviet countries).

New Nordic Films New Nordic Films is an annual Nordic quality feature film market and an international co-production and finance arranged within the frames of The Norwegian Int. Film Festival in Haugesund. The 28th film market takes place in August and gathers around 350 industry professionals from a variety of 30 countries.

Sofia Meetings SOFIA MEETINGS is a co-production market organized within the framework of the SIFF and presents: Feature Films Pitching – Focus: presentation of 1st, 2nd/3rd feature fiction film, TV series pitching, Works in Progress. Beside the main programme there is a focus on alternative financing, distribution and workshops, panels, case studies: all that in a friendly informal atmosphere.

When East Meets West Every year When East Meets West brings together more than 700 film professionals from over 60 countries. The programme is based on an annual East and West double focus and includes several activities: a pitching forum, a slate market, works in progress sections, a lab for films in editing phase, a showcase of short projects and a series of inspirational labs.