Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event
CALL FOR PROJECTS: Baltic Event Co-Production Market 2022

Submissions are now open for the Baltic Event Co-Production Market, the largest international co-production market in Northern Europe, held since 2005. Rather than an autumn deadline, projects must be submitted by 30 June 2022.

Baltic Event Co-Production Market is the meeting place for feature films in development looking for co-producers, financiers and sales agents. Over 350 pre-arranged meetings are held in November with the international decision-makers who have made Tallinn their yearly stopover.

According to Marge Liiske, the head of Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event, the team adjusted its schedule this year to better cater to the needs of its participants, “The last years have seen their share of challenges, but they have also taught our industry how to be more agile. Opening submissions earlier allows us to really tailor our support to each project’s individual development path and make sure the right decision-makers are in Tallinn, come November, to create the fruitful, long-term partnerships our event prides itself on. The first step is starting an application, and our team is excited to start connecting with interested parties beginning in Cannes this May.”

Since 2002, Baltic Event has showcased over 700 film projects, many of which have reached the silver screens across the globe and enjoyed successful festival runs. We are honoured to have had our projects selected to Cannes, Berlinale, Venice, Karlovy Vary, Warsaw, Cairo, Tribeca, etc. and earn Golden Globe and Oscar nominations.

In 2022, Baltic Event will select up to 15 fiction film projects in development for the Co-Production Market section. Baltic Event Co-Production Market has a long-running partnership with EAVE, selecting one project yearly from the EAVE Producers Workshop, as well as a newer partnership with the Film London Production Financing Market (PFM), where one project travels from Tallinn to PFM.

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