Archive - Berlinale Co-Production Market

Here, you can find information on successfully made films from previous editions, and an overview of last year's edition of the Berlinale Co-Production Market (Feb 22-26, 2020).

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2020

  • -Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Radu Jude), Romania/Croatia/Czech Republic/Luxembourg – Berlinale 2021, Golden Bear
  • -Maret (Laura Schroeder), Luxembourg/Germany - in production
  • -Reflection (D: Valentyn Vasyanovych), Limelite & Arsenal Films, Ukraine – in post-production
  • -Stillborn (D: Olga Chajdas), Apple Film Production, Poland – in production

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2019

  • -Gaza Mon Amour (Arab & Tarzan Nasser), France/Portugal – Venice 2020
  • -Chica Chile Norway (Ingvild Søderlind), Norway
  • -Compartment Number Six (D: Juho Kuosmanen), Finland/Estonia/Germany/Russia – Cannes 2021, competition
  • -Hinterland (Stefan Rutzowitzky), Austria/Luxembourg/Germany/Belgium – in post-production
  • -Je Suis Karl (Christian Schwochow), Germany/Czech Republic – Berlinale Special 2021
  • -Nowhere Special (Uberto Pasolini), Italy/UK/Romania – Venice 2020
  • -Petite Fleur (Santiago Mitre), France/Argentina/Belgium/Spain – in production
  • -Slash/Back (Nyla Innuksuk), Canada – in post-production
  • -Wolf (Nathalie Biancheri), Ireland/Poland - in post-production

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2018

  • -Are You Lonesome Tonight? (WT: Tropical Memories) (Wen Shipei), China/France – Cannes 2021, Special Screening
  • -A Hole in the Fence (Joaquín del Paso), Mexico/Denmark - in production
  • -A White, White Day (Hlynur Pálmason), Iceland/Sweden/Denmark – Cannes 2019, Critics' Week
  • -Abdullah and his Sons (Esen Isik), Switzerland
  • Advantages of Travelling by Train (Aritz Moreno), Spain/France - Sitges 2019
  • -Flee (Jonas Poher Rasmussen), Denmark, France, Sweden, Norway - Cannes 2020, Official Selection
  • -Home (Franka Potente), Germany/The Netherlands
  • -Mascotte/Mascot (Remy van Heugten), The Netherlands – in post-production
  • -Motel Acacia (Bradley Liew), The Philippines/Slovenia – Tokyo 2019
  • -Nobody Likes Me (R: Tomas Weinreb, Petr Kazda), Slovakia/Czech Republic/France/ Switzerland – in production
  • -Nudo Mixteco (Ángeles Cruz), Mexico/Germany - Miami 2021
  • -Our Men/Mon Legionnaire (Rachel Lang), Belgium/France – Cannes 2021, Directors' Fortnight
  • -Pelican Blood (Katrin Gebbe), Germany/Bulgaria – Venice, Orizzonti & Toronto 2019
  • -The First Death of Joana (Cristiane Oliveira), Brazil
  • -The Siren (R: Sepideh Farsi), France/Germany/Luxembourg/Belgium – in post-production
  • -Three (R: Juanjo Giménez), Frida Films, Spain/France/Lithuania - in production
  • -When I'm Done Dying (Nisan Dag), Turkey/USA - Tallinn 2020

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2017

  • -7500 (Patrick Vollrath), Germany/Austria - Locarno 2019, Piazza Grande
  • -Breaking Surface (Joachim Hedén), Sweden/Belgium
  • -Charlatan (Agnieszka Holland), Czech Republic/Ireland/Slovakia – Berlinale 2020, Competition
  • -Copilot (Anne Zohra Berrached), Germany/France – Berlinale 2021, Panorama
  • -Daughter of Mine (Figlia Mia) (Laura Bispuri), Italy/Switzerland/Germany - Berlinale 2018, Competition
  • -Divine Love (Divino Amor) (Gabriel Mascaro), Brazil/Denmark/Norway/Switzerland/ Uruguay/France/Chile – Sundance 2019 & Berlinale 2019, Panorama
  • -Girls of the Sun (Eva Husson), France/Belgium/Georgia/Switzerland - Cannes 2018, competition
  • -Human Factors (Ronny Trocker), Germany/Italy/Denmark - Sundance & Berlinale Panorama 2021
  • -Jumpman (Ivan Tverdosky), Russia/France - Karlovy Vary 2018, competition
  • -Memoryland (Quy Kim Bui), Vietnam, in post-production
  • -Miracle (Bogdan George Apetri) Romania/Czech Republic/Latvia – in post-production
  • -Paloma (Marcelo Gomes), Brazil/Portugal – in post-production
  • -Psychobitch (Martin Lund), Norway
  • -The Deposit (Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir), Iceland - Edinburgh 2019
  • -The Gigantes (R: Beatriz Sanchis), Mexico – in post-production
  • -You Will Die at Twenty (Amjad Abu Alala), Sudan/France/Egypt/Germany/Norway/Qatar) - Venice 2019, Giornate degli Autori

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2016

  • A Sort of Family (Diego Lerman), Argentina/Brazil/France/Poland – Toronto/ San Sebastian 2017, competition
  • Birds of Passage (Cristina Gallego & Ciro Guerra), Colombia/Mexico – Cannes 2018, Directors Fortnight
  • Bayonette (Kyzza Terrazas), Mexico/Finland
  • Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman (Pierre Földes), France/Canada/The Netherlands/ Luxembourg – in post-production
  • Bootlegger (Caroline Monnet), Canada – in production
  • Do Not Hesitate (Shariff Korver), The Netherlands/Greece – Tribeca 2021
  • El Motoarrebatador (The Snatch Thief) by Agustín Toscano, Argentina/Uruguay - Cannes 2018, Directors Fortnight
  • Eternity Package (Jonathan Heidelberger, Magdalena Ilieva), Bulgaria – in post-production
  • Hard Paint (Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon), Brazil - Berlinale 2018 Panorama, Teddy Award
  • Hostages (Rezo Gigineishvili), Georgia/Russia - Berlinale 2017 Panorama
  • Loving Pia (Daniel Borgman) – Berlinale 2017 Forum
  • La Noche de 12 Anos (Memories from the Cell) (Alvaro Brechner), Spain/Argentina/France – Venice 2018, Orizzonti
  • Outside (Michal Hogenauer), Czech Republic/The Netherlands/Latvia
  • Patrick (Goncalo Waddington), Portugal/Germany – San Sebastian 2019
  • Quo Vadis, Aida? (Jasmila Zbanic), Bosnia & Herzegovina/Austria/Romania/The Netherlands/Germany/Poland/France/Norway– Venice 2020, competition, Academy Award-nominated 2021
  • Slam (Partho Sen-Gupta), Australia - Tallinn 2018
  • Summer 1993 (Carla Simón), Spain – Berlinale 2017 Generation, Best First Feature Award
  • The Death of Cinema and My Father too (Dani Rosenberg), Israel - Cannes 2020, Official Selection
  • The Desert Bride (La novia del desierto) (D: Cecilia Atán & Valeria Pivato), Argentina/Chile – Cannes 2017, Certain Regard
  • The Guest (Duccio Chiarini), Italy/France - Locarno 2018, Piazza Grande
  • The Little Comrade (Moonika Siimets), Estonia
  • Vivarium (Lorcan Finnegan), Ireland - Cannes 2019, Critics' Week

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2015

  • All the Pretty Little Horses(Michalis Konstantatos), Greece/Belgium/Germany - Shanghai 2020
  • 3 Days in Quiberon (Emily Atef), Germany/France – Berlinale 2018 Competition
  • Damned Kids (Gonzalo Justiniano), Chile/France
  • In Front of Others (Oskar Jonasson), Iceland – Göteborg 2016
  • Killing Jesus (Laura Mora), Colombia/USA – Toronto & San Sebastian 2017
  • Los Perros (Marcela Said), France/Chile/Argentina/Portugal/Germany - Cannes 2017, Critics' Week
  • Muere, Monstruo, Muere (Alejandro Fadel), Argentina/Chile/France – Cannes 2018, Certain Regard
  • My Happy Family (Nana & Simon), Georgia/Germany/France – Berlinale 2017 Forum, Sundance
  • Passed by Censor (Serhat Karaaslan), Turkey - Karlovy Vary 2019, East of the West
  • Photograph (Ritesh Batra), India/USA/Germany – Sundance & Berlinale Special 2019
  • Plaza Catedral/Biencuidao (Abner Benaim), Panama/Mexico - in post-production
  • Revenge of the Pontianak (Glen Goei), Singapore
  • Rifle (Davi Pretto), Brazil/Germany – Berlinale 2017 Forum
  • Rialto (WT:Trade) (Meter Mackie Burns), Ireland/UK - Venice 2019, Orizzonti
  • Rojo (Benjamin Naishtat), Argentina/Brazil/France/Germany/The Netherlands - San Sebastian 2018, in competition
  • Samouni Road (Stefano Savona), Italy/France - Cannes 2018, Directors Fortnight, Golden Eye Award
  • Swoon (Mans Marlind & Björn Stein), Sweden - Gothenburg 2019
  • The Ash Lad: In the Hall of the Mountain King (Mikkel Sandemose), Norway/ Ireland/Czech Republic
  • The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (Syllas Tzoumerkas), Greece/The Netherlands/Germany - Berlinale 2019, Panorama
  • The Secret Ingredient (Gjorce Stavreski), Macedonia/Bulgaria/Greece – Tallinn 2017

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2014

  • 6.9 on the Richter Scale (Nae Caranfil), Romania
  • A Fantastic Woman (Sebastián Lelio), Chile/Germany/USA/Spain - Berlinale 2017 Competition - Silver Bear for Best Script; Academy Award 2018 for Best Film in a Foreign Language
  • A Place Called Dignity (Matías Rojas Valencia), Chile/Argentina/Germany/France – in post-production
  • A Yellow Bird (K. Rajagopal), Singapore/France – Cannes 2016, Critics Week
  • Becoming Astrid (Pernille Fischer Christensen), Sweden/Denmark/Germany - Berlinale Special Gala 2018
  • Family (Veronica Kedar), Israel/Germany
  • Good Manners (Juliana Rojas & Marco Dutra), Brazil/France – Locarno 2017
  • Happy Birthday (Christos Georgiou), Cyprus/Germany
  • Kuessipan (Myriam Verreault), Canada – Toronto 2019
  • La familia (Gustavo Rondón Córdova), Venezuela/Chile/Norway – Cannes 2017, Critics' Week
  • Let it Be Morning (Eran Kolirin), France/Israel – Cannes 2021, Certain Regard
  • Light Thereafter (Konstantin Bojanov), Bulgaria/UK/Belgium – Rotterdam 2017
  • My Father's Garden (Ben Sombogaart), The Netherlands/Belgium
  • Pickpockets (Peter Webber), France/Colombia
  • Pyromaniac (Erik Skjoldbjaerg), Norway - Toronto 2016
  • Rafiki (Wanuri Kahiu), South Africa/Kenya - Cannes 2018, Certain Regard
  • Saving Neta (Nir Bergman), Israel
  • Son of Sofia (Elina Psykou), Greece – Tribeca 2017, Best International Narrative Feature
  • Souvenir (Bavo Defurne), Belgium/Luxembourg, Toronto 2016
  • The Butterfly Tree (WT: The Insect King) (Priscilla Cameron), Australia – Toronto 2017, Discovery
  • The Garbage Helicopter (Jonas Selberg Augustsén), Sweden - London 2015
  • The Cakemaker (Ofir Raul Graizer), Israel/Germany – Karlovy Vary 2017
  • The Last Ones (Veiko Ounpuu), Finland/Estonia/The Netherlands
  • The Legend of Barney Thomson (Robert Carlyle), Canada/UK – Edinburgh 2015
  • The Swan (Ása Hjörleifsdóttir), Island – Toronto 2017
  • The Thin Yellow Line (Celso Garcia), Mexico/USA – Jury and Audience Awards at Guadalajara 2015
  • The Wounded Angel (Emir Baigazin), Kazakhstan/France/Germany - Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • United States of Love (Tomasz Wasilewski), Poland/Sweden – Berlinale 2016 Competition

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2013

  • After the Battle (Simon Leclère), France
  • All of a Sudden (Aslı Özge), Germany/The Netherlands/France, Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories (Phan Dang Di), Vietnam/France/Germany/The Netherlands - Berlinale 2015 Competition
  • Campo Grande (Sandra Kogut), Brazil/France - Toronto 2015
  • Frenzy (Emin Alper), Turkey/France/Qatar - Venice 2015 Competition
  • In the Heart (Nicole van Kilsdonk), The Netherlands/Belgium
  • Latin Lover (Cristina Comencini), Italy
  • Le Meraviglie (Alice Rohrwacher), Italy/Germany/Switzerland – Grand Prix at Cannes 2014
  • Los Ángeles (Damian John Harper), Germany - Berlinale 2014 Forum
  • Mammal (Rebecca Daly), Ireland/Luxembourg/The Netherlands - Sundance 2016
  • Moneyboys (C.B. Yilin), Austria/France/Belgium – Cannes 2021, Certain Regard
  • One Step behind the Seraphim (Daniel Sandu), Romania – 9 Gopo Awards 2018
  • Sollers Point (Matt Porterfield) – USA/France – San Sebastian 2017, competition
  • Soy Nero (Rafi Pitts), Germany/France/Mexico - Berlinale 2016 Competition
  • The Lesson (Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov), Bulgaria/Greece - Best New Director at San Sebastián 2014, Toronto
  • The Lion Woman (Vibeke Idsoe), Norway/Germany
  • The Memory of Water (Matias Bize), Chile/Spain/Argentina/Germany - Venice Days 2015
  • The Next Skin (Isaki Lacuesta), Spain/Switzerland - Karlovy Vary 2016 Competition
  • Uncle Howard (Aaron Brookner), USA/UK - Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • Voice Over (Cristián Jiménez), Chile/France/Canada - San Sebastián 2014, Toronto
  • War (Simon Jaquemet), Switzerland - San Sebastián 2014
  • Zama (Lucrecia Martel), Argentina/Spain/Brazil/France/The Netherlands/USA - Venice 2017
  • Zurich (Sacha Polak), The Netherlands/Germany/Belgium – Berlinale 2015 Forum

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2012

  • A Date for Mad Mary (Darren Thornton), Ireland - London 2016
  • Above the Clouds (Pepe Diokno), Philippines/France - Tokyo 2014
  • Absence (Chico Teixeira), Brazil – Berlinale 2015 Panorama
  • Borga (WT: Wasted Dreams) (York-Fabian Rabe), Germany – Max Ophüls 2021
  • Coconut Hero (Florian Cossen), Germany/Canada - Munich 2015
  • Doctor Proktor's Fart Powder (Arild Fröhlich), Norway/Germany
  • Embrace of the Serpent (Ciro Guerra), Colombia/Argentina/Venezuela - C.I.C.A.E. Award at Cannes 2015 Directors’ Fortnight, Best Foreign Language Film nomination at the Academy Awards 2016
  • Force Majeure (Ruben Östlund), Sweden/France/Denmark – Jury Prize at Cannes 2014 Un Certain Regard, Best Film and Best Director nominations at the European Film Awards, shortlisted for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards 2015
  • Heirs of the Night (Diederik Van Rooijen), The Netherlands/Germany/Norway – realised as TV series
  • Jojo Rabbit (Taika Waititi), USA - Toronto 2019; Academy Award 2020 for Best Adapted Screenplay
  • L'Hérétique (Didier Nion), France
  • Mother Earth (Giulio Manfredonia), Italy
  • Sand Storm (Elite Zexer), France/Israel - Sundance 2016, Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • Sunstrokes (Gustavo Taretto), Argentina
  • The Boda Boda Thieves (Yes! That's Us), South Africa/Uganda/Kenya – Berlinale 2015 Forum
  • The Lunchbox (Ritesh Batra), India/France/Germany – Cannes 2013 Critics' Week
  • The Summer of the Flying Fish (Marcela Said), Chile/France - Cannes 2013 Directors' Fortnight
  • The Word (Anna Kazejak), Poland/Denmark – Berlinale 2014 Generation
  • Waste Land (Pieter Van Hees), Belgium - Toronto 2014
  • Why Me? (Tudor Giurgiu), Romania/Bulgaria/Hungary - Berlinale 2015 Panorama

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2011

  • 2 Kidnappings (Marcos Jorge), Brazil
  • Aloys (Tobias Nölle), Switzerland/France – Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • Challat of Tunis (Kaouther Ben Hania), France/Tunisia/Canada – Dubai 2013, Cannes 2014 Acid Selection
  • Darkness by Day (Martín Desalvo), Argentina - BAFICI 2013
  • Everyone Is Dead (Beatriz Sanchís), Spain/Mexico/Germany
  • Hanna's Journey (Julia von Heinz), Germany/Israel
  • Il Sud è Niente (The South Is Nothing) (Fabio Mollo), Italy – Berlinale 2014 Generation
  • Jupiter's Moon (Kornél Mundruczó), Hungary/Germany - Cannes 2017, competition
  • Houston (Bastian Günther), Germany – Sundance 2013
  • Ladygrey (Alain Choquart), France/South Africa/Belgium
  • Life According to Nino (Simone van Dusseldorp), The Netherlands/Belgium/Germany - Best International Children’s Film at Cinekid 2014
  • Nalu on the Border (Mulher do Pai) (Cristiane Oliveira), Brazil/Uruguay - Berlinale 2017 Generation
  • Remainder (Omer Fast), UK/Germany – London 2015, Berlinale 2016 Panorama
  • Still Life (Uberto Pasolini), UK/Italy - Venice 2013 Orizzonti
  • The 90-Minute War (Eyal Halfon), Israel/Germany
  • The Babadook (Jennifer Kent), Australia – Sundance 2014
  • The Find (Victor Dement), Russia – Tallinn 2015
  • The Here After (Magnus von Horn), Poland/Sweden/France – Cannes 2015 Directors' Fortnight
  • The Human Factor (Bruno Oliviero), Italy – Locarno 2013
  • Wakolda (Lucía Puenzo), Argentina/France/Norway/Mexico – Cannes 2013 Un Certain Regard
  • Watchtower (Pelin Esmer), Turkey/France/Germany – Toronto 2012, Rotterdam 2013
  • Youth (Tom Shoval), Israel/Germany – Berlinale 2013 Panorama Special

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2010

  • Arcadia (Olivia Silver), USA - Crystal Bear at Berlinale 2012
  • Bethlehem (Yuval Adler), Israel/Germany - Venice Days 2013
  • Cut Snake (Tony Ayres), Australia – Toronto 2014, Melbourne
  • El Rumano/ By the Rails (Catalin Mitulescu), Romania/Sweden/Italy - Karlovy Vary 2016
  • Elena (Andrei Zvyagintsev), Russia – Jury Prize at Cannes 2011 Un Certain Regard
  • I, Anna (Barnaby Southcombe), UK/France/Germany - Berlinale Special 2012
  • In Embryo (Ulrich Thomsen), Denmark – Shanghai 2016
  • Inheritance (Hiam Abbass), France/Israel/Palestine/Turkey - Venice Days 2012
  • Invasion (Dito Tsintsadze), Germany/Austria - Montreal 2012
  • Love and Other Troubles (Samuli Valkama), Finland/USA
  • My Dog Killer (Mira Fornay), Slovakia/Czech Republic – Tiger Award at Rotterdam 2013
  • My Sweet Orange Tree (Marcos Bernstein), Brazil – Rio de Janeiro 2012
  • Only Son (Miel Van Hoogenbemt), Belgium/France
  • Princesas Rojas (Laura Astorga), Costa Rica/Venezuela/France - Berlinale 2013, Generation
  • Sharqiya (Ami Livne), Israel/France/Germany - Berlinale 2012 Panorama
  • The Farewell Party (Tal Granit & Sharon Maymon), Israel/Germany – Venice Days 2014, Toronto
  • The Future (Alicia Scherson), Chile/Germany/Italy/Spain - Sundance 2013, KNF Award at Rotterdam 2013
  • The Have-Nots (Florian Hoffmeister), Germany
  • The Notebook (János Szász), Germany/ Hungary/Austria/France – Best Feature at Karlovy Vary 2013
  • The World Belongs to Us (Stephan Streker), Belgium/France, Shanghai 2013
  • To Gala (George Siougas), Greece

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2009

  • Daughter (Afia Nathaniel), Pakistan/USA/Norway – Toronto 2014
  • Fe (Alejo Crisóstomo), Guatemala/Germany
  • Hunter (Bakur Bakuradze), Russia/France – Cannes 2011 Un Certain Regard
  • Intimate Grammar (Nir Bergman), Israel - Best Film at Jerusalem 2010, Berlinale 2011 Generation
  • Land of Oblivion (Michale Boganim), France/Germany/Poland - Venice 2011 Critics' Week
  • Love Eternal (Brendan Muldowney), Ireland/Luxembourg/The Netherlands - Busan 2013
  • Mary, Queen of Scots (Thomas Imbach), Switzerland/France - Locarno 2013
  • Mike (Lars Blumers), France - Best Screenplay at Film Festival Max Ophüls Prize 2012
  • Princess (Tali Shalom Ezer), Israel – Sundance 2015
  • On the Plank (Leila Kilani), France/Morocco/Germany - Cannes 2011 Directors' Fortnight
  • Pioneer (Erik Skjoldbjærg), Norway/Germany/Sweden/France/Denmark/Finland – Toronto 2013
  • Repeaters (Carl Bessai), Canada
  • She Is Not Crying, She Is Singing (Philippe de Pierpont), Belgium/France/Luxembourg
  • Snowhite (Pablo Berger), Spain/France – San Sebastián 2012, Toronto
  • Spud (Donovan Marsh), South Africa
  • Stormland (Marteinn Thorsson), Iceland
  • The Ardor (Pablo Fendrik), Argentina/Mexico/France/Brazil – Cannes 2014 Special Screening
  • The Kind Words (Shemi Zarhin), Israel/Canada - Toronto 2015
  • The Other End (Felipe Sholl), Brazil – Rio de Janeiro 2016
  • The Silence (Baran bo Odar), Germany - Locarno 2010
  • Zephyr (Belma Bas), Turkey - Toronto 2010

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2008

  • Aurora (Cristi Puiu), Romania/Switzerland/France – Cannes 2010, Certain Regard
  • Bad Faith (Kristian Petri), Sweden – Toronto 2010
  • Between Two Fires (Agnieszka Lukasiak), Sweden/Poland
  • Black South-Easter (Carey McKenzie), South Africa/UK – Chicago 2013
  • City Island (Raymond de Felitta), USA/Poland - Tribeca 2009
  • Four Corners (Ian Gabriel), South Africa
  • Invisible (Michal Aviad), Israel - Berlinale 2011 Panorama
  • Like Shooting Stars (Anna di Francisca), Italy/Spain, Torino 2012
  • Man in the Sea (Constantine Giannaris), Greece – Berlinale 2011 Panorama
  • Mr Nice (Bernard Rose), UK – Edinburgh 2010
  • My Brother Robert (Philip Gröning), Germany – Berlinale 2018 Competition
  • Periferic/Outbound (Bogdan George Apetri), Romania/Austria - Locarno 2010 Competition
  • Playoff (Eran Riklis), Israel/Germany/France
  • Susa (Rusudan Pirveli), Georgia - Berlinale 2010 Generation
  • The Famous and the Dead (Esmir Filho), Brazil/France – Locarno 2009, Berlinale 2010 Generation
  • The Hunter (Rafi Pitts), Iran/Germany – Berlinale 2010 Competition
  • Tony Ten (Mischa Kamp), Netherlands/Belgium/Germany - Toronto 2012

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2007

  • A Bit of Chocolate/A Tram in SP (Aitzol Aramaio), Spain
  • Amreeka (Cherien Dabis), USA – Sundance 2009, FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight
  • Every Day is a Holiday (Dima el-Horr), France/Lebanon/Germany – Toronto 2009, Rome
  • Heart of Fire (Luigi Falorni), Germany/Austria – Berlinale 2008 Competition
  • Lebanon (Samuel Maoz), Israel/France/Germany – Golden Lion at Venice 2009
  • Lost Persons Area (Caroline Strubbe), Belgium/The Netherlands/Hungary/Germany – Best Screenplay at Cannes 2009 Critics’ Week
  • Love Reclaimed/Starting Over(Wang Chao), France/China/Hungary
  • Milk (Semih Kaplanoglu), Turkey/Germany – Venice 2008 Competition
  • My Daughter (Charlotte Lim Lay Kuen), Malaysia - Busan 2009
  • Silent Sonata/Circus Fantasticus (Janez Burger), Slovenia/Ireland/Finland
  • The Bad Intentions (Rosario Garcia-Montero), Peru/Germany/Argentina – Berlinale 2011 Generation
  • The Frost (Ferran Audí), Spain/Sweden
  • The Last Summer of La Boyita (Julia Solomonoff), Argentina/Spain/USA - San Sebastián 2009
  • The Shame (David Planell), Spain
  • The Unforgettables (Matan Guggenheim), Israel/Germany
  • The Woman With a Broken Nose (Srdan Koljevic), Serbia/Germany – Karlovy Vary 2010
  • If You Go Away (Ewa Stankiewicz), Poland/Germany

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2006

  • Allez, Eddy! (Gert Embrechts), Belgium/The Netherlands
  • Bena (Niv Klainer), Israel
  • Buddha's Little Finger (Tony Pemberton), Germany/Canada
  • Does It Hurt? - The First Balkan Dogma (Aneta Lesnikovska), Bulgaria/Macedonia/The Netherlands – Rotterdam 2007
  • Flame & Citron (Ole Christian Madsen), Denmark/Germany – Toronto 2008, Contemporary World Cinema
  • Installation of Love (Maja Weiss), Slovenia/Germany
  • Keep Smiling (Rusudan Chkonia), Georgia – Karlovy Vary 2012
  • King of Devil's Island (Marius Holst), Norway/Poland/France - Göteborg 2011
  • La Sangre Brota (Pablo Fendrik), Argentina – Cannes 2008 Critics' Week
  • La Ultima Y Nos Vamos (Eva Lopez-Sanchez), Mexico
  • Lemon Tree (Eran Riklis), Israel/Germany/France – Audience Award at Berlinale 2008
  • Lluvia (Paula Hernandez), Argentina
  • Love and Other Crimes (Stefan Arsenijevic), Serbia/Germany/Austria/Slovenia – Berlinale 2008 Panorama Special
  • My Friend and His Wife (Shin Dong-Il), Korea – Busan 2006
  • Parc (Arnaud des Pallières), France – Venice 2008, Orizzonti
  • Párpados Azules (Ernesto Contreras), Mexico – Cannes 2007 Critics' Week
  • Protektor (Marek Najbrt), Czech Republic/Germany
  • Salir Pitando (Alvaro Fernandez Armero), Spain
  • Small Crime (Christos Georgiou), Cyprus/Germany
  • Stay (Wiebke von Carolsfeld), Canada/Ireland – Toronto 2013
  • The Aviatrix of Kazbek (Ineke Smits), The Netherlands/Belgium
  • The Oxford Murders (Álex de la Iglesia), Spain/France
  • Tiny Dancer (Eva Husson), France
  • Viktoria (Maya Vitkova), Bulgaria/Romania - Sundance 2014
  • Zion and His Brother (Eran Merav), Israel/Germany/France – Sundance 2009

Realised Projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2005

  • A Perfect Day (Khalil Joreige and Joana Hadjithomas), Lebanon/France/ Germany – FIPRESCI Prize at Locarno 2005
  • Carmo, Hit The Road (Murilo Pasta), UK/Spain/Brazil/Poland – Sundance 2009
  • El Otro (Ariel Rotter), Argentina/Germany – Silver Bear Jury Grand Prix and Best Actor at Berlinale 2007
  • Exhibit A (Dom Rotheroe), UK – Raindance 2007
  • Hand of the Headless Man (Guillaume Malandrin), Belgium
  • Krabat (Marco Kreuzpaintner), Germany - Toronto 2008
  • La Parte Ausente (Galel Maidana), Argentina
  • La Yuma (Florence Jaugey), Nicaragua/Spain/Mexico
  • Mondomanila (Khavn de la Cruz), Philippines/Germany, Rotterdam 2012
  • Mongol (Sergei Bodrov), Russia/Kazakhstan/Germany – Toronto 2007; Best Foreign Language Film nomination at the Academy Awards 2008
  • My Queen Karo (Dorothee van den Berghe), Belgium/The Netherlands – Toronto 2009
  • Prima Primavera (Janos Edelenyi), Hungary/UK/Bulgaria
  • Rome Rather Than You (Tariq Teguia), Algeria/Germany – Venice 2006 Orizzonti
  • Salt of This Sea (Annemarie Jacir), Palestine/France – Cannes 2008 Un Certain Regard
  • The 40th Door (Elchin Musaoglu), Azerbaijan - Karlovy Vary 2009
  • The Education of a Fairy (José Luis Cuerda), Spain/France/Portugal/Argentina
  • The Great Match (Gerardo Olivares), Spain/Germany – Berlinale Special 2006
  • The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar (Kasper Barfoed), Denmark
  • Three Seasons in Hell (Tomás Masín), Czech Republic/Germany/Slovak Republic - Karlovy Vary 2010
  • Undertow (Javier Fuentes-León), Peru/Colombia/France/Germany - Audience Award at Sundance 2010

Realised projects from the Berlinale Co-Production Market 2004

  • 3 Needles (Thom Fitzgerald), Canada – Toronto 2005
  • After The Waterfall (Simone Horrocks), New Zealand
  • An Enemy Of The People (Erik Skjoldbjaerg), Norway
  • Big River (Atsushi Funahashi), USA/Japan – Busan 2005; Berlinale 2006, Forum
  • Call of the Toad (Robert Glinski), Germany/Poland/UK
  • Dancing in Utopia (Marcelo Santiago), Brazil – San Sebastián 2006
  • Delta (Kornel Mundruczo), Hungary/Germany – FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes 2008
  • Eve and the Firehorse (Julia Kwan), Canada - Toronto 2005, Special Jury Prize at Sundance 2006
  • Forgiveness(Udi Aloni), Israel/USA – Berlinale 2006 Panorama
  • Golden Door (Emanuele Crialese), France/Italy – Silver Lion for Revelation at Venice 2006
  • Goodnight Irene (Paolo Marinou-Blanco), Portugal
  • Gregor S. (Serge Marcotte), Canada – was made as a short film
  • Hidden (Antonio Hernández), Spain/UK/Italy
  • Hounddog (Deborah Kampmeier), USA – Sundance 2007
  • Last to Know (Marc Bauder and Dörte Franke), Germany - Berlinale 2006 Panorama
  • L…Like Love (Janja Glogovac), Slovenia/Austria/Serbia
  • Little Ashes (Paul Morrison), UK/Spain
  • Mr. Average (Pierre-Paul Renders), Belgium/Luxembourg/France/Canada/Germany
  • Nemesis (Nicole Mosleh), Germany
  • Playing Warriors (Rumbi Katedza), Zimbabwe
  • Shame (Mohammed Naqvi), Pakistan/USA – Toronto 2006
  • Short Order (Anthony Byrne), Ireland/Germany/UK
  • Simon and the Oaks (Lisa Ohlin), Sweden/Denmark/Germany
  • Sonetàula (Salvatore Mereu), Italy/Belgium/France – Berlinale 2008 Panorama
  • Soundless Wind Chime (Kit Hung), Hong Kong/Switzerland – Berlinale 2009 Forum
  • The Good Heart (Dagur Kari), Iceland/France/USA/Germany/Denmark – Toronto 2009
  • The Master (Piotr Trzaskalski), Poland/Germany - San Sebastián 2005, Busan
  • The Sun (Alexander Sokurov), Russia/Italy/France/Switzerland– Berlinale 2005 Competition