Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event
Call for projects: Baltic Event Co-Production Market

Baltic Event Co-production market, held since 2005, is the meeting-place for feature films in development looking for co-producers, financiers and sales agents. Around 15 projects are selected each year and over 300 pre-arranged meetings held with decision-makers who have made Tallinn their yearly stopover to look for new projects for their slates.

While the market’s primary territory consists of Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, North Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Russia, and Ukraine, projects from elsewhere, given that they have a link to the afore-mentioned region and are looking to put together a natural co-production, are welcome. As the United Kingdom is the Focus country, the projects from the UK are also welcome.

Baltic Event Co-production market also strives to help finance and distribute films from the region, promote local professionals, filmmaking opportunities and service providers, raise competitiveness and facilitate networking between the region and Western Europe. Baltic Event has put special emphasis on creating a bridge between Eastern Europe and the West, for which the geographical location of Tallinn makes it an ideal place. Training on topics such as marketing and distribution in the international environment, multi-platform opportunities, and alternative financing methods is offered for project representatives.

In 2021, Baltic Event selects up to 12 fiction film projects in development to the Co-Production Market section. 
In addition, Baltic Event Co-Production Market has a new partnership with Film London Production Financing Market (PFM), taking place in October 2022 (dates TBC). Due to the collaboration, one project selected for the Baltic Event 2021 will have the chance to participate in PFM 2022. The selection of the project will be made in collaboration with the PFM management, whose representative(s) will meet the interested projects this year in Tallinn.

Eligibility criteria:

Special conditions:

By submitting an Application the Applicant agrees to all conditions stated in the Regulations.

The deadline for submitting the project is 15 September 2021.