Another four new European films will be shown to select US buyers, festival scouts and important cinema programmers in European Film Promotion’s (EFP) third Industry Screenings in New York.
The four titles chosen for the screenings from June 27-28 at the Tribeca Grand Hotel’s screening room are David Lammers’ Northern Light (Netherlands), Jan Verheyen’s Gilles (Belgium), Gerardo Olivares’ The Great Match (Spain/Germany) and Detlev Buck’s Tough Enough (Germany).
The previous two Industry Screenings were held in November 2005 and March 2006 and a fourth edition is planned for October 24-25.
Meanwhile, EFP’s Film Sales Support (FSS) initiative for European sales agents and producers will be supporting eight companies from Belgium, France, Germany, the UK and Hungary to attend and market nine European films at the Shanghai International Film Festival (17-25 June).
The companies and films being supported by FSS are:
Bavaria Film International (Germany):
The Cloud – Gregor Schnitzler (Germany)
Wild Chicks – Vivian Naefe (Germany)
Beta Cinema (Germany):
Four Minutes – Chris Kraus (Germany)
The Bureau (UK):
Burnt Out – Fabienne Godet (France)
EastWest Film Distribution (Austria):
Shop of Dreams – Peeter Urbla (Estonia/Finland)
Hanway Films (UK):
A Woman in Winter – Richard Jobson (UK)
Inforg Studio (Hungary):
Birdsaviour, Clouds And Wind – Istvan ‘Taikyo’ Szaladjak, (Hungary)
Wajnbrosse Productions (Belgium):
Love Belongs To Everyone – Hilde van Mieghem (Belgium)
Wide Management (France):
The Gaze – Sepideh Farsi (France/Iran)