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CATALONIA, A COUNTRY FOR FILM


April 2017 Catalan Films & TV Catalunya Film Commission Print_ UAN·TU·TRI Design & layout_ Marta Vilches


We’re proud to present a new edition of Shoot & Coproduce, a guide which highlights the latest productions of Catalan cinematography, the new lines of support for audiovisual production devised by the Government of Catalonia and a complete overview of the audiovisual landscape in our territory. Catalonia is home to an array of professionals that have contributed to the global cinematographic heritage. Films shot and produced by Catalan companies travel internationally and reach wide audiences in movie theatres, festivals, TV screens and VOD platforms all over the world. What follows is a selection of success stories both by new and seasoned directors, an invitation to discover the new trends of a cinematography which can be daring and uncompromising but also artistic and extremely engaging. Coupled with a wide variety of locations, a reliable public system of support and buzzing with talent and creativity, Catalonia is a country for film. We welcome you to discover and enjoy it with us.


CATALONIA, A COUNTRY FOR FILM


Catalonia boasts a combination of outstanding locations, talented professionals and a dynamic industry which has the ability to bring to life compelling stories that connect with a wide variety of audiences worldwide


The highest-grossing film in Spain, “A Monster Calls” has showcased top Catalan crew to a global audience

A MONSTER CALLS by J.A. BAYONA _ Domestic Box-Office: 26,617,949€ (ComScore) _ Foreign Box-Office: 23,636,583€ (ComScore) _ Sold to 47 countries _ 14 international film festivals


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Catalan short films are not only a breeding ground for new directors, but a work space where prestigious filmmakers can experiment with more creative freedom. In 2016, for the first time, Catalonia had a live action short film nominated at the Oscars. TIMECODE by JUANJO GIMÉNEZ _ Palme d’Or Best Short Film - Festival de Cannes _ Best live action short film at Gaudí and Goya Awards _ Oscar nominee _ More than 120 film festivals _ More than 50 international awards

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OLEG Y LAS RARAS ARTES by ANDRÉS DUQUE _ Premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam _ Selected at more than 60 international film festivals

Catalonia is a stronghold of arthouse documentaries in southern Europe that travel to film festivals around the world.


THE NEXT SKIN by ISA CAMPO and ISAKI LACUESTA _ Swiss coproduction _ Best actress at Goya Awards _ Best film, best script and best actress at Gaudí Awards _ Sold worldwide


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Since 2008 the Catalan animation productions have been selected in more than 2,000 festivals and received more than 200 international awards. Amongst them, Oscar and Emmy nominations.


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PUMPKIN REPORTS _ Ratings leader of children’s from 6 to 12 years old _ Finalist Best TV Series for kids, Pulcinella Awards _ Finalist Seoul Animation Fest SPP _ Sold to 26 countries _ International coproduction with Italy and Malaysia


CATHEDRAL OF THE SEA by JORDI FRADES

“Cathedral of the Sea” is an example of high-end TV drama being produced in Catalonia


Photo: TXELL ROIG, Tarragona Film Office


Shot in a building designed by RCR, winners of the 2017 Pritzker Architecture Prize, a horror story unfolds in northern Catalonia


BLACK HOLLOW CAGE by SADRAC GONZÁLEZ-PERELLÓN


Photo: LUCIA FARAIG


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Rural landscapes of “Summer 1993”, one of the promising films of 2017

SUMMER 1993 by CARLA SIMÓN _ GWFF

Best First Feature Award - Berlinale 2017 _ Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for the Best Film - Berlinale 2017 _ Best Spanish Film - Festival de Málaga 2017 _ Sold to 10 territories

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“Uncertain Glory� is the film adaptation of a Catalan literary classic, a poignant reflection on the contradictions of human nature set against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War


UNCERTAIN GLORY by AGUSTÍ VILLARONGA


The shadow of Albert Camus and the Catalan landscapes frame this coming-of-age drama by newcomer Sergi Portabella


JEAN-FRANÇOIS AND THE MEANING OF LIFE by SERGI PORTABELLA

Photo: YOANA MIGUEL, Catalunya Film Commission


The mysterious forests of Montseny are another character of this intimate drama LA ENFERMEDAD DEL DOMINGO by RAMÓN SALAZAR


La enfermedad del domingo Ramรณn Salazar The mysterious forests of Montseny are another character of this intimate drama

Photo: LUCIA FARAIG, Catalunya Film Commission


International coproductions are a source of awards and recognition

A FANTASTIC WOMAN by SEBASTIĂ N LELIO _ Premiered at Berlinale 2017 - Competition


THE DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN by MARIANO COHN and GASTÓN DUPRAT _ Premiered at Venice International Film Festival 2016 - Official selection

NERUDA by PABLO LARRAÍN _ Premiered at Festival de Cannes 2016 - Quinzaine des Réalisateurs


FILM FUNDING & COPRODUCTION OPPORTUNITIES


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Catalan regional funds are compatible with the state aid from the Ministry of Culture as well as supranational bodies like MEDIA, Eurimages or Ibermedia.

TAX INCENTIVES This text briefly summarizes the highlights of the Spanish Tax Rebate. It is strongly advised to take any accounting, legal or investment decisions upon further consultation with legal advisors and / or a local Spanish production company that can assess your production in deeper detail.

20% Tax rebate for international productions Foreign film and TV productions can access a 20% tax rebate on their eligible spend in mainland Spain if they meet the following requirements: _ The production must not qualify as Spanish. _ There must be a minimum spend of 1Mâ‚Ź. _ The foreign production company must hire the services of a Spanish production company which will collect the rebate from the Spanish Tax Authorities.

Eligible spend: _ Creative staff (director, screenwriter, composer, DoP, main actors, film editor, production designer, sound mixer, costume designer and key make-up artist) with tax residence in Spain or in another state of the European Union, capped at maximum 100,000â‚Ź per person _ Expenses derived from the use of technical industries and other service providers based in Spain: _ Staff (other than the creative staff previously stated) _ Extras and stunts _ Set construction and props _ Location rentals _ Costumes, make-up and hair supplies _ VFX + SFX materials

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_ Camera + light, grip material _ Post-production _ Catering and hotels of staff directly related to the production _ Transport within Spain _ Civil liability insurance directly related to the production The production can claim up to 3 million euros in tax rebate, calculated as the 20% of the total eligible spend in Spain.

25% Tax rebate for Spanish productions Investments in Spanish film and audiovisual productions entitle the producer to a tax relief of a 25% on the first million euros of the deduction base, and 20% on the excess of this amount, with a maximum of 3 million per production. The deduction base equals the total cost of production plus -with a limit of 40% of the production costs- the cost of copies, advertising and promotion by the Producer. Of these, 50% of the deduction base amount must correspond to costs incurred in Spanish territory. The aid is granted if the objective requirements are fulfilled. The requirements include, inter alia: _ That the production obtains a certificate of Spanish nationality and a cultural certificate. _ That a new copy of the work is deposited in the Spanish Film Library or equivalent body of an Autonomous Community.


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Catalan Regional Funds ICEC is the national agency responsible for supporting film production and cinema in Catalonia. A new strategic plan for 2017-2020 has been designed. However, the new funding regulations have not been implemented before this catalogue went to print. Please contact us for further information.

Development Funding Development support for audiovisual projects from the treatment stage through to pre-preproduction, focusing also on the communication and marketing strategy. It is a non-refundable grant that supports a wide range of genres and formats, from feature films to TV documentaries or animation series.

Production fund (fiction and documentary) Three different lines of funding: _ Projects with commercial ambition aiming at international audiences. Assessment based on industrial criteria: strong financial plan, coproduction agreements (in place or deal memos), coherent marketing and commercial plan with solid artistic content. _ Feature films originated and creatively led by Catalan talent - directors, writers, producers - the content of which may express Catalan culture in some way. Assessment criteria take both industrial and cultural aspects into account. _ Intended for smaller productions, which are likely to take more artistic risks, the line’s main assessment criteria will be based on the cultural excellence of the production.

Television fund (fiction and documentary) Fiction made-for-television productions (movies, mini-series and series) can apply for production funding. TV Movies and mini-series, intended mostly for the local market, are required to have secured broadcasting in Catalonia, whereas funding for TV Series encourages international coproductions. TV Documentaries, aimed at the national market, require the participation of a TV broadcaster that operates in the whole of Catalonia.

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Animation fund A specific line of support for animation productions, intended for television (series and movies) and theatrical release (feature films). Assessment based on artistic and industrial criteria.

Short films fund Open to fiction, documentary, animation and experimental shorts as well as international coproductions. The short films are assessed in terms of artistic, cultural and industrial criteria.

P&A fund Funds for producers to enhance the promotion of films in Catalan original version.

Spanish film fund ICAA is the national agency responsible for supporting film production and cinema in Spain.

General Production Funding for Project-Based Feature-Lengh Film Production 2017 estimated budget: 30,000,000â‚Ź _ Based on projects of industrial value with a minimum distribution required. _ Eligibility requirements and subsequent scoring on the basis of evaluation criteria apply.


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Selective Production Funding for Project-Based Feature-Lengh Film Production 2017 budget: 5.300.000€ Based on projects of special filmmaking, cultural or social value, whether of documentary nature or incorporating new directors. Eligibility requirements and subsequent scoring on the basis of evaluation criteria apply.

Short Film Production Funding 2017 estimated budget: 1,000,000€ _ Project-based short films (2017 budget: 600,000€) is for those projects which have not been rated and which have not been presented at film festivals. _ Completed short films (2017 budget 400,000€) is for short films which have already been produced and have therefore been rated.

Coproductions with Catalonia are subject to Spain’s international treaties: Bilateral Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Tunisia, Venezuela.

Multilateral Latin American Film Coproduction Agreement, European Film Coproduction Agreement.

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KEY FILM FIGURES


From development to exhibition, the following pages are an overview of what we produce, with which countries and who watches our films. You can find a Catalan project, producer or film in the most important festivals and markets around the world.


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FEATURE FILMS PRODUCED 2014-2016 Source: ICEC

4%

56%

Feature animation

Feature films

40%

Documentaries

2014

2015

2016

Feature films

42

51

42

Documentaries

31

41

30

2

1

3

75

93

75

Feature animation Total


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75 feature films and 89 short films were approved in 2016 Source: ICEC

75 Feature films

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Catalan productions

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Spanish coproductions

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International coproductions 5 France 3 USA 2 Argentina 2 Colombia 1 Canada 1 Mexico 1 Switzerland 1 Italy + USA 1 France + Portugal 1 Mexico + India 1 France + Argentina + Chile


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EXHIBITION 2014-2016 Source: ICEC

_ Number of movie theaters: 137 _ Number of screens in Catalonia: 675

Admissions Revenue Total films in theatres Total new releases

2014

2015

2016

17.539.822

18.961.901

19.323.854

109.780.615€

121.040.582€

122.298.551€

1.007

1.215

1.184

526

546

550


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CINEMA AUDIENCE Source: Ministry of Culture - Government of Catalonia

50,3% of the Catalan people aged 14 and over go to the cinema at least once every three months.

50,3%

of Catalan moviegoers

Moviegoers (at least once every trimester). 2011-2016

50,3 50 40

35,2

36,9

38,7

44,0

35,1

30 20 10

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016


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CINEMA ATTENDANCE BY COUNTRY OF PRODUCTION 2016 Source: ICEC

9,2%

Catalan films

67,8% American films (USA)

7,1% Spanish films

13,9% European films

1,9% Other films


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INTERNATIONALISATION Projects in development selected at international markets (2016) Source: Catalan Films & TV

CANADA Frontières International Co-production Market-Montreal — 1 Hot docs (forum) — 1

ARGENTINA Ventana Sur — 2

CZECH REPUBLIC Emerging Producers Jihlava — 1 ESTONIA Tallin Black Nights — 1

GERMANY Talent Project Market - Berlinale — 1 Animation Production Days — 1 USA Festival de Cine de Miami - Encuentros — 1

ITALY When East Meets West — 3 Cartoons on the bay — 1 ESoDoc — 2

UK Sheffield Market — 1 Production Finance Market London — 3

SWITZERLAND Visions du Réel - Docs in Progress — 1 MEXICO Guadalajara Construye Los Ángeles- WIP — 1

GREECE Thessaloniki - Docs in progress — 1

FRANCE Marché International du Film d’Animation - MIFA Pitches — 1 Cross Video Days — 1 Sunny Side of the Doc — 1 Cartoon Forum — 2 MIPDrama Screenings — 1

SPAIN Docs Barcelona - Pitching forum — 10 Cartoon 360 — 5 Sources 2 — 6 II Foro de Coproduccion EuropaAmerica Latina - San Sebastian — 1 Abycine Lanza Film Festival — 8 Animac - Elevator’s pitch — 7 XI Forum de coproducció de documentals de Lau Haizetara — 1 Medimed — 3 Primer Test (REC) — 3

THE NETHERLANDS Rotterdam Lab — 2 Junior Co-production Market (CineKid) — 1 IDFA Forum — 3


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CATALAN FILMS SELECTED AT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS Source: Catalan Films & TV

35 North America 240 Europe

13 Central America

330 Festivals

1.274

15 Asia

Selections

24 South America 3 Australia


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CATALAN COMPANIES AT INTERNATIONAL MARKETS 2016 Source: Catalan Films & TV

GERMANY European Film Market — 44 Animation Production Day — 3

ARGENTINA Ventana Sur — 19

ITALY When East Meets West — 13

UNITED KINGDOM Sheffield — 5 Production Finance Market — 6

THE NETHERLANDS IDFA — 24 Cinemart — 7 Cinekid — 3

FRANCE Clermont - Ferrand — 12 MipTV — 44 Marché du Film — 78 Sunny Side of the Doc — 14 MIFA Annecy — 38 Mipcom — 52 Cartoon Forum — 7


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WORLDWIDE BOX OFFICE FOR CATALAN FEATURE FILMS 2016 Source: ComScore

Feature fims screened

Box Office

Catalonia

52

11.344.394€

Rest of Spain

55

42.986.351€

Rest of the World

46

26.920.455€

TOTAL

79

81.251.200€


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INTERNATIONAL SALES OF FEATURE FILMS RELEASED IN 2016

45%

46%

VOD / SVOD / Internet

All rights / Theatrical

9%

PAYTV / TV


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INTERNATIONAL SALES OF 2016 CATALAN PRODUCTIONS Source: Catalan Films & TV -

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Top 10 countries _ USA _ France _ Japan _ China _ Germany

_ Brazil _ Argentina _ Mexico _ Italy _ Greece


COMPANIES DIRECTORY


In the following pages we provide a list of production companies that have participated in international festivals and markets under the Catalan Films & TV umbrella during the past two years and are open to international coproduction.


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A Contracorriente Films Fiction ACF is an independent film distributor & producer based in Barcelona. ACF distribute about twenty films a year in Spain, specializing in popular art-house titles and taking all rights to Spain, in addition to the production slate distributed by the company. ACF is leader in the Spanish independent distribution sector. International coproductions: The Distinguished Citizen, The Bookshop, Black Snow, En Solitaire, Insensibles, Comme Un Chef.

Contact Manuel Monzón manuel@acontracorrientefilms.com +34 692 512 002 www.acontracorrientefilms.com

The Distinguished Citizen by Mariano Cohn / Gastón Duprat 2016 Produced by A Contracorriente Films (ES) Arco Libre (AR) Television Abierta (AR)

The Bookshop by Isabel Coixet 2017 Produced by A Contracorriente Films (ES) Diagonal Televisió (ES) Zephyr Fims (GB) One Two Films (DE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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A Contraluz Films Fiction Contact Xavier Granada xavierge@acontraluzfilms.eu +34 669 789 858 www.acontraluzfilms.com

A Contraluz Films is a Spanish production company based in Barcelona, created in 2001, with experience in international coproductions of feature films that have premiered in festivals like Cannes, Sundance or South by Southwest. It's managed by producers Xavier Granada and Alberto Aranda.

Jean-François and the Meaning of Life by Sergi Portabella 2017

Produced by A Contraluz Films (ES) Surprise Alley (FR)

Carmo, Hit the Road by Murilo Pasta 2009

Produced by A Contraluz Films (ES) Magia Filmes Produçoes (BR) Gremi Film Production (PL) BR-3 Films (UK)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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About A Bicycle Prod. Fiction − Documentary About a Bicycle is a production company based in Barcelona, led by Jaume Fargas and focused on independent cinema. Our first film was Lluc Sky Walker, released in theaters and seen in several International Film Festivals. Currently developing our second feature, a rom-com called C'Est Toi.

Contact Sandra Reina sandra@aboutabicycle.com +34 636 843 522 www.aboutabicycle.com

Lluc Sky Walker by Jaume Fargas 2016 Produced by About a Bicycle Prod. (ES)

Glosadors by Roser Texidó 2015 Produced by About a Bicycle Prod. (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Movie

Genre Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Alba Sotorra Documentary Contact Alba Sotorra albasotorra@gmail.com +34 606 953 555 www.albasotorra.com

Amazons by Alba Sotorra Clua 2017

We specialize in the production of feature documentaries for cinema and television, with a focus on characterbased stories with strong narrative and international scope. We have experience in international coproductions and a solid relationship with our film funds and national broadcasters. We have production infrastructures in the center of Barcelona.

Produced by Alba Sotorra (ES) Boekamp & Kriegsheim GmbH (DE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Drama

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Alhena Production Fiction − Documentary A production company created by Catalan producer Norbert Llaràs, whose aim is to produce authentic films and unique audiovisual products. We believe in creating content with personal-print but international heart, as we seek that our productions become intellectual tools for our contemporaries - who beyond just surviving, they want to live and coexist in a better way.

Contact Norbert Llaràs info@alhena.cat +34 629 517 866 www.alhena.cat

A Thousand Things I Would do For You by Dídac Cervera 2017 Produced by Alhena Production (ES) Dacsa Produccions (ES) Calle Carmen (FR)

The Anarchist's Wife by Marie Noelle, Peter Sehr 2008 Produced by Norbert Llaràs for Zip Films (ES) P'Artisan Filmproduktion GmbH (DE) Ciné Boissière (FR) Instinctive Film (DE) Regal Entertainment (US)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Arcadia Motion Pictures Fiction − Animation Contact Sandra Tapia sandra.tapia@ arcadiamotionpictures.com +34 93 414 30 71 www.arcadiamotionpictures.com

Arcadia Motion Pictures was founded by Ibon Comenzana in 2005 with the aim of producing quality feature films with new European creative talent, a top cast and international potential. In addition, Arcadia Motion Pictures is a pioneer in structuring new private sources of funding, both national and international, for its projects. In 2008, it created Arcadia Capital in order to promote private investment in audiovisual productions via Spanish tax breaks.

Aloft by Claudia Llosa 2013 Produced by Arcadia Motion Pictures (ES) Noodles Production (FR) Cry Fly Manitoba (CA)

Blancanieves by Pablo Berger 2011 Produced by Arcadia Motion Pictures (ES) Noodles Production (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Asallam Films Fiction In February 2015, after studying for several years the current film market, we dared to plunge into the pool. We created Asallam Films, a production company to develop feature film projects. Our first movie: Black Hollow Cage is configured as a powerful tour de force for the viewer. An absorbing story and a cast where Julian Nicholson and Lowena McDonell have the challenge of playing two characters of great complexity.

Black Hollow Cage by Sadrac González-Perellón 2017

Produced by Asallam Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film

Genre Science Fiction − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €

Contact Helena Altabàs info@asallamfilms.com +34 93 171 59 36 www.asallamfilms.com


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Aved Productions Fiction − Documentary Contact Javier Rueda fjavier.rueda@aved.es +34 627 897 882 www.aved.es/en

AVED has produced more than a hundred projects, including small budget features. Nowadays we work both on our local based productions and developing feature projects to be produced internationally.

Palindromes by Tomás Gotlip 2017 Produced by AVED Productions (ES) Duermevela SRL (AR) Lupe & hijos films (MX)

Ferrying Fee by Carme Puche 2015 Produced by AVED Productions (ES), Scallie Filmworks (US)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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B-Water Animation Studios Animation We love animation. We are always looking for ways to bring the best creative quality to the screens with high efficiency and competitive prices. We are constantly improving our workflows and, like water, find the way toward great animation.

Contact Dirk Hampel dh@b-waterstudios.com +33 626 611 442 www.b-waterstudios.com

At the heart of the process is a strong collaborative process.

My Friend Conni by Henning Wildenband 2016 Produced by B-water Studios (ES) ZDF (DE) Youngfilms (DE)

Four and a Half Friends by Juan Carlos Concha 2015 Produced by B-Water Studios (ES) ZDF (DE) TVC (ES) TVE (ES) Edebé (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Children

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Benecé Produccions Fiction − Animation − Documentary Contact Xavier Atance xatance@benece.es +34 93 284 07 19 www.benece.es

The Damned by Isaki Lacuesta 2009

Benecé Produccions is a multidisciplinary audiovisual production company that combines four audiovisual areas: institutional and corporative videos, advertising, television programmes, and documentary and feature films. Since 1986 Benecé has experimented with the image, renewed its equipments and transformed its vision, drawing a work style based on research and quality. Our experience and consolidation in the sector allow the constant innovation in infrastructures and projects.

Produced by Benecé Produccions (ES) Mondocine (AR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Drama − Children − Horror

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Brutal Media Fiction − Documentary Brutal Media is a production company based in Barcelona. We produce all kind of TV content such as formats, fiction series, programs, tvmovies, documentaries and doc series and feature films.

This Is Opera by Ramon Gener 2015

Contact Raimon Masllorens rmasllorens@brutalmedia.tv +34 93 420 02 06 www.brutalmedia.tv

Produced by Brutal Media (ES) TVE (ES) Beta Films (DE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Thriller

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Cicely Films Fiction − Documentary Contact Mayca Sanz LópezHigueras mayca@cicelyfilms.com +34 629 916 187 www.cicelyfilms.com

Based in Barcelona, Cicely Films was founded in 2015 to produce quality audiovisual productions, finding the balance between storytelling for others and the development of our own projects. We produce films, creative documentaries, commercials, television and we create audiovisual content for cultural and communication initiatives. Last year, Cicely Films produced the short film Liberty Park, and it's producing Rêve de Mousse, a documentary film, and several commercials.

Rêve de Mousse by Elena Molina 2017 Produced by Cicely Films (ES) TVC (ES)

Liberty Park by Txema Torres 2016

Produced by Cicely Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − Commercials

Genre Comedy − Drama

Budget 0 - 500.000 €


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Claqueta Cinema Fiction − Documentary Claqueta Cinema was born with the idea of forging its editorial line with international coproductions of acceptable costs led to a wide sector of spectators, a goal that has consolidated during these six years betting on new technologies, the film author and future talents. In Claqueta Cinema, we develop both projects and, also, we support authors in whose skills we believe, all through private capital guaranteed.

Contact Elisa Saldaña, David Sanz produccion@claquetacinema.eu +34 93 810 00 58 www.claquetacinema.eu

Cruz Del Sur by David Sanz, Tony López 2012 Produced by Claqueta Cinema (ES) Cordon Films (UY)

Atrocious by David Sanz, Tony López 2011 Produced by Claqueta Cinema (ES) Nabú Films (MX)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Documentary − Shortfilm − Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Coming Soon Films Fiction Contact Marta Ramírez mramirez@comingsoonfilms.com +34 636 020 136 www.comingsoonfilms.com

Founded in 2014, Coming Soon is a production company aimed at producing fiction feature films, documentaries and TV movies. Coming Soon will be focusing on the production of independent films by young authors and directors with a new and original outlook, who are open to the public and keen on being present in leading festivals. Coming Soon will seek coproductions with European and Latin American companies to implement projects aimed at the International market.

Les distàncies by Elena Trapé 2017 Produced by Coming Soon Films (ES)

Rol by Hammudi Al-Rahmoun Font 2016 Produced by Coming Soon Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Comedy − Drama − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Compacto Fiction − Documentary Storytelling, communication, crowdification and love for cinema: We’re a Barcelona-based content production company, communication and crowdfunding agency and film&tv distribution company.

Contact Aritz Cirbian info@compacto.coop +34 93 681 85 28 www.compacto.coop

Through narrative, technological and social innovation, at Compacto we put our creativity to the service of a more open, participatory and solidary world.

Loba by Catherine Béchard 2015

Produced by Compacto (ES) Piget Productions (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Cornelius Films Fiction − Animation − Documentary Contact Mikel Mas Bilbao mikelmas@corneliusfilms.com +34 635 656 538 www.corneliusfilms.com

Cornelius Films is a production company created in 2009 that aims to develop and produce film projects of fiction, documentary and animation. Consisting of seven members, four of them from the audiovisual field and the remaining three from business, Cornelius Films pushes itself to create content with an innovative spirit, using alternative ways of production and supporting a type of cinema that's close and personal and very much of its time.

Mironins by Celia Rico, Mikel Mas 2017 Produced by Cornelius Films (ES) Peekaboo (ES) Wuji House (ES) Grupa Smacznego (PL)

Metamorphosis by Manuel Pérez 2016 Produced by Cornelius Films (ES) Compacto (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Corte y confección de películas Fiction − Documentary We specialize in genre, arthouse films and documentaries. We work in tight collaboration with writers and directors, in order to develop ambitious and international projects.

Contact Oriol Maymó corte@corteyconfeccion.net +34 93 250 57 82 www.corteyconfeccion.net

The Next Skin by Isaki Lacuesta, Isa Campo 2016 Produced by Corte y Confección de Películas (ES) Sentido Films (ES) La Termita Films (ES) Bord Cadre Films (CH)

Requisitos para ser una persona normal by Leticia Dolera 2015 Produced by Corte y Confección de Películas (ES) El Estómago de la Vaca (ES) Telefonica Studios (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − TV Series − Tv Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Diagonal Televisió Fiction − Documentary Contact Albert Sagalés coproduccions@diagonaltv.es +34 93 268 85 30 www.diagonaltv.es

The Bookshop by Isabel Coixet 2017

Since its launch in 1997, Diagonal TV has built a solid reputation in the production of television fiction, providing high-rating, award-winning series, serials and other fiction formats for regional and national, public and private channels throughout Spain. With the incorporation of the co-productions department in 2001, the company broadened its production base into TV movies, mini-series and documentaries as well as feature films. Diagonal TV is a member of the Endemol-Shine Group.

Produced by Diagonal Televisió (ES) A Contracorriente Films (ES)

Zephyr Fims (GB) One Two Films (DE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Distinto Films Fiction Distinto Films was established in January 2007 to develop and produce feature films, TV Movies and other fiction projects. The company was born with the professional endorsement of Miriam Porté, producer of several films. The company backs high quality projects that address relevant cultural matters and are aimed at a wide target audience.

The Light of Hope by Silvia Quer 2016

Produced by Distinto Films (ES) TVC (ES) Bohemian Films (CH)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Comedy − Drama

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €

Contact Miriam Porté distinto@distintofilms.com +34 93 319 20 94 www.distintofilms.com

Producciones Cibeles (ES) RTS (CH) RTVE (ES)


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Dream Team Concept Fiction − Animation Contact Jordi Mendieta Vallvé mendi@dreamteamconcept.com +34 630 975 623 www.dreamteamconcept.com

Dream Team Concept is a Barcelona based film production company founded in 2007 by producer Jordi Mendieta. We define ourselves as an independent Catalan production company with its own editorial line that focuses on talent and building national and international audiovisual industry. DTC propose on different ways to reflect on applying production to new media communication i.e. film, television and online.

Memoirs of a Man in Pajamas by Carlos Fernández de Vigo 2017 Produced by Dream Team Concept (ES) Lady Bug (ES)

Skizo by Carlos Fernández de Vigo 2019 Produced by Dream Team Concept (ES) Kiwi (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Comedy − Children − Horror

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Filmax Fiction Filmax has produced more than 50 films during the last 30 years, with acclaim from audiences and critics for such titles as The Nameless (1999) or The Machinist (2004), by Brad Anderson with Christian Bale. [REC] (2007), by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza, became a worldwide phenomenon. In 2008, again with Brad Anderson, Filmax produced the multi-award winning film Transsiberian. Our latest productions include 100 Meters (2016) by Marcel Barrena and the new movie from Balagueró: Muse (2017).

Muse by Jaume Balagueró 2017

Produced by Fantastic Films (IE) Frakas (BE)

Contact Yery Bermúdez y.bermudez@filmax.com +34 93 336 85 55 www.filmaxinternational.com

Filmax (ES) The Jokers Films (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Fosca Films Fiction Contact David Ciurana foscafilms@foscafilms.net +34 93 284 94 96 www.foscafilms.net

Blue Lips by Nacho Ruipérez, Daniela de Carlo, Julieta Lima, Nobuo Shima,

Fosca Films is a global media company involved in multiple aspects of production and financing of feature films, documentaries, media and music. In the film world, Fosca aims to develop, produce and finance quality, edgy and thought-provoking films for a specialized audience, but with the intention of reaching a wider audience.

Gustavo Lipsztein, Antonello Novellino 2014

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Shortfilm − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €

Produced by Fosca Films (ES) Cronopia Films (ES) Luna Cine (AR)


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Freemind Arts Entertainment Fiction In collaboration with companies based in Canada, the US, Turkey, the UK and the Emirates, we coproduce features getting involved in service and funds. We also deliver content for international proposals.

Solar Eclipse / Gandhi The Conspiracy by Karim Tarïdia 2017 (theatrical release)

Contact Santi Sans, Jesús Sans, Markus Stern, Javi Araguz santi@freemindarts.com jesus@freemindarts.com +34 676 764 860 www.freemindarts.com

Produced by Jesús Sans (inter alia) for Nugen Media Production (AE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget + 3.000.000 €


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Ikiru Films Fiction − Animation − Documentary Contact Edmon Roch Colom asebastian@ikirufilms.com +34 93 219 20 77 www.ikirufilms.com

Ikiru Films was founded in 2004 by Edmon Roch who has enjoyed a distinguished career as producer. Ikiru was the Delegate Producer of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006) and coproduced Pope Joan (2009). In these last years, Ikiru Films has produced Moon in a Bottle (2007), Garbo, the Spy (2009), Lope (2010), Biutiful (2010), Bruc (2010), Ghost Graduation (2012), Tad, the Lost Explorer (2012) Seventh (2013), El Niño (2014) and Capture the Flag (2015).

El Niño by Daniel Monzón 2014 Produced by Ikiru Films (ES) El Niño La Película AIE (ES) La Ferme Productions (FR)

Seventh by Patxi Amezcua 2013 Produced by Ikiru Films (ES) Telecinco Cinema (ES) El Toro Pictures (ES) Cepa Audiovisual (AR) Capital Intelectual (AR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Inicia Films Fiction − Documentary Founded in 2006, Inicia Films is an independent production company based in Barcelona. After many years of being involved in the audiovisual production industry, Valérie Delpierre decided to create her own company to develop projects focusing mainly on international coproductions and the development of new talent, such as Carla Simón’s Summer 1993, or Los Desheredados by Laura Ferrés, selected at La Semaine de la Critique - Cannes 2017.

Contact Valérie Delpierre info@iniciafilms.com +34 930 08 06 18 www.iniciafilms.com

Equalizer by Antonio Pérez Molero, Rebecca Snow, Kristian Kähler, Robert Lang 2017 Produced by Inicia Films (ES) Fernsehbüro (DE) Kensington (CA)

Summer 1993 by Carla Simón 2017 Produced by Inicia Films (ES) Avalon (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Intropía Media Documentary Contact Serrana Torres serrana@intropiamedia.com +34 629 160 808 www.intropiamedia.com

Oleg and Strange Arts by Andrés Duque 2016

Production Company, Publicity & Marketing, Interactive & New Media. Intropía Media was inspired by the new lines of production and creation, Serrana Torres and Tània Balló came to the decision to create Intropía Media, with the aim of working in the development, creation and production of innovative projects. With a clear philosophy; working at the same time as we investigate and delve into the new production and content formulas.

Produced by Intropía Media (ES) Estudi Playtime (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Documentary − Transmedia − Interactive Projects

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Children

Budget 0 - 500.000 €


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KaBoGa Art & Films Fiction − Documentary KaBoGa is an independent film production company, interested in projects that are linked to reality and that depict topics of universal interest, some of them showing strong social aspects, always with a young, sensitive, feminine and daring spirit.

Contact Anna M. Bofarull abofarull@kaboga.eu +34 675 060 993 www.kaboga.eu

Barcelona 1714 by Anna M. Bofarull 2017 Produced by KaBoGa (ES)

Sonata For Cello by Anna M. Bofarull 2015 Produced by KaBoGa (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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KD Toons & Games Animation Contact Gloria Bernabeu gloria.bernabeu@group-kd.com +34 93 599 50 01 www.kdptoonsandgames.com

KD Toons & Games is a company specializing in the develpment of children's content for Transmedia products. We produce animated TV series and animated films, mobile games and apps. We are part of KD Group, a manufacturer and distribution Toy's company with more than 20 years of experience creating electronic and innovated toys for children.

Mirette Investigates by Florent Heitz 2016-2017 Produced by KD Toons & Games (ES) Cyber Group Studios (FR)

Jonalu by Nicola Wulf 2014 Produced by KD Toons & Games (ES) Scopas Medien (DE)

Coproduction Interests Format TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Children

Budget + 3.000.000 €


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Kepler Mission Films Fiction − Animation − Documentary Cinema and video-game production company based in Barcelona focused on international projects. We develop new ways to create quality contents to change the audience experience. We’re producing Ojo y Cerebro a transmedia project selected in Kids Forum 2017. We create interactive experiences for new audiences in stages like Dance to death performed in the Grec Festival 2016 and the documentaries We Die and Mi Casa selected in RealYoung 2017 mentored by EDN and IDFA.

We Die by Rebeca Sánchez López 2017

Contact Rebeca Sánchez López rebeca@keplermissionfilms.com +34 699 971 254 Georgina Oliva +34 659 851 176 georgina@keplermissionfilms.com www.keplermissionfilms.com

Produced by Kepler Mission Films (ES) Perro Negro Cine (MX)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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LaCima Producciones Fiction − Documentary Contact Daniel M. Caneiro danielmcaneiro@ lacimaproducciones.com +34 652 498 207 www.lacimaproducciones.com

With fifteen years’ experience in the audiovisual industry behind them, Pedro Palacios, Luis Ferrón, Ricard Sales and Daniel M. Caneiro create LaCima Producciones, an international Film production company based in Barcelona and Madrid, Spain. Their productions have been screened all over the world, receiving awards at international film festivals such as: The Oscars, Locarno, Berlinale, New York Film Festival, the Goya Awards and the Spanish TV Academy Awards, among others.

Alicia by Daniel M. Caneiro 2017

Produced by LaCima Producciones (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Lastor Media Fiction − Documentary Lastor Media (2008) fosters the production and coproduction of commercially viable, yet bespoke projects with an artistic edge, working with like-minded talent to create features and documentaries that appeal to audiences in theaters and world-class festivals like SXSW, IDFA, San Sebastian, Telluride, Toronto & BFI. Our titles include 10.000 KM by Carlos Marques-Marcet, Júlia Ist by Elena Martín, Petitet by Carles Bosch, The One-Eyed King by Marc Crehuet, and El Adiós by Clara Roquet.

Contact Sergi Moreno sergi.mcastillo@lastormedia.com +34 667 753 207 www.lastormedia.com

Don't Fuck Around With Love / As We Like It by Carlos Marques-Marcet 2017 Produced by Lastor Media (ES) La Panda Productions LLC (US) VennerFilm Ltd. (GB)

The Substance by Lluís Galter 2016 Produced by Lastor Media (ES) Alina Film SARL (CH)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Comedy − Drama − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Line & Content Fiction Contact Ester Velasco evelasco@lineandcontent.com +34 626 154 765 www.lineandcontent.com

Line & Content is an energetic production company focused on international coproduction projects. Its two co-founders are Stéphane Gérin-Lajoie, native to Canada, and Ester Velasco, who hails in Spain. Their combined experience as Line Producers includes work with partners from USA, Colombia, Chile, France, UK, Hong Kong or Canada, throughout the past fifteen years. Focused on director-driven films, their mission is to produce stories with universal conflicts to engage the global audiences.

Graffiti by Lluís Quílez 2015

Produced by Ester Velasco, Lluís Quílez and Christian Guijarro for Euphoria (ES) Ainur Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Lukimedia Fiction − Documentary Lukimedia is a production and distribution company founded in 2010 by two highly experienced professionals with complementary skills. We are specialized in International co-productions. We produce documentaries, TV-movies and series as well as short- and feature films.

Contact Stephanie von Lukowicz stephanie@lukimedia.com +34 676 368 214 www.lukimedia.com

We have coproduced with China, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and are very well connected attending the major markets for the last 20 years.

Brain Beats. A Journey Into Our Sonic Future by Andrea Lamount 2016 Produced by Lukimedia (ES) Gorgone Productions (FR)

The Gaudí Code by Danielle Proskar 2015 Produced by Lukimedia (ES) Prounen Film (DE) EpoFilm (AT)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary − VR360º

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Magoproduction Fiction − Animation − Documentary Contact Raúl Berninches raul.b@magoproduction.com +34 93 207 08 34 www.magoproduction.com

Magoproduction is a creative production company made up of a variety of work cultures in all areas of audiovisual communication and entertainment. Founded in 2002 and based in Barcelona (Spain), has three international offices in Germany, Mexico and Japan. It has extensive experience in advertising, motion pictures, TV, events... It specializes in animation and documentary projects. In addition, it organizes two film festivals in the city with the support of independent film distributors.

Tin&Tan by Martin Guido 2017 Produced by Magoproduction (ES) Digitz Film (CO) Symbiosys Tech (IN)

The Nightingale and the Night. Chavelas Vargas sings to Lorca by Rubén Rojo Aura 2015 Produced by Magoproduction (ES) Monkey Head Films (MX) Señal Colombia (CO)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Comedy − Drama − Children

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Massa d'Or Produccions Fiction − Documentary Founded in 1992 by Isona Passola, the philosophy of Massa d'Or is teamwork. Our house directors are Agustí Villaronga, Isabel Coixet, Jesús Garay, Joaquim Jordà, Mario Gas, Joan Dolç, Sílvia Quer... Our passion is European signature cinema that aims for the general public, from Barcelona and Catalonia to people from all over the world.

Uncertain Glory by Agustí Villaronga 2017

Produced by Massa d'Or Produccions (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film

Genre Drama

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €

Contact Isona Passola massadorproduccions@gmail.com +34 93 310 35 10 www.massador.com


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Mediapro Fiction − Documentary Contact Bernat Elias belias@mediapro.es +34 93 476 15 51 www.mediapro.es

Mediapro is a leading production company across Europe. Our experience working with some of the most important directors of all time like Woody Allen, Jean Jacques Annaud or Roman Polanski together with our international focus and strong expertise of our TV & Film teams, provides our company with one of the best profiles of the international media marketplace.

The Young Pope by Paolo Sorrentino 2016 Produced by Mediapro (ES) Wildside (IT) Haut et Court (FR) HBO (US)

Vicky Cristina Barcelona by Woody Allen 2009 Produced by Mediapro (ES) The Weinstein Company (US) Gravier productions (US)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Minimal Films Fiction − Documentary Minimal Films is a Barcelona-based independent production company specialising in documentaries.

Miró, el asesino de la pintura by Albert Solé 2017

Contact Albert Solé produccion@minimalfilms.com +34 93 513 41 10 www.minimalfilms.com

Produced by Minimal Films (ES) Compagnie des Phares et Balises (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shorfilm − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Mmuaka Entertainment Fiction − Animation Contact Astrid Camprubi, Diego Yaker astrid@mmuaka.com +34 699 461 968 www.mmuaka.com

Pecados by Diego Yaker 2012

Mmuaka is a production company settled in Barcelona. It was created by executive producer Astrid Camprubí and the director and screenwriter Diego Yaker in 2015. We create transmedia and multiplatform entertainment for all audiences. Our core business is fictions but we are working on animated series where we combine real action and 3D. We are planning to shoot our 3rd film in 2018.

Produced by Diego Yaker (ES) Alter Ego Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Shortfilm − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Comedy − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €

Ancora musica (ES) Buen Destino Films (AR)


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Motion Pictures Entertainment Animation Motion Pictures is a leading worldwide production, distribution and brand management company, focused on producing original projects and building brands with international appeal.

Pumpkin Reports by Alexis Barroso 2015 / 2016

Coproduction Interests Format Animation

Genre Comedy − Children

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 â‚Ź

Produced by Motion Pictures (ES) Sample (IT)

Contact Tony Albert tony@motionpic.com +34 93 200 25 00 www.motionpic.com


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No Hay Banda Fiction − Documentary Contact Martin Samper martinsamper@nohaybanda.es +34 661 857 256 www.nohaybanda.es

Production company with many years of experience. Its first movie The Long Way Home won 25 awards in Festivals and the Best Movie Gaudí (Academy Award) 2016. Its second movie is Ana by Day. It’s working on 5 Spanish and international movies.

Ana by Day by Andrea Jaurrieta 2017 Produced by No Hay Banda (ES) Andrea Jaurrieta PC (ES) Pommer Hurlante Films (FR)

The Long Way Home by Sergi Pérez 2015 Produced by No Hay Banda (ES) Niu d’indi (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary

Genre Science Fiction − Drama − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Noon Films SL Documentary Noon Films was born out of a desire to combine our energy and experience to do what we love most: make independent documentary films and find creative media solutions within different areas of the audiovisual world. We regularly take part in European film markets and training programs to keep up to date with trends in the industry and internationalize our projects.

La Chana by Lucija Stojevic 2016

Contact Lucija Stojevic lucija@noon-films.com +34 627 362 755 www.noon-films.com

Produced by Noon Films (ES) Bless Bless Productions (US)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Comedy − Drama − Children − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Nostromo Pictures Fiction Contact Adrián Guerra info@nostromopictures.com +34 93 017 27 90 www.nostromopictures.com

The Gunman by Pierre Morel 2015

Nostromo Pictures is the production company of Red Lights, Grand Piano and Palm Trees in the Snow among others.

Produced by Nostromo Pictures (ES) Silver Pictures (US) Studio Canal (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget + 3.000.000 €


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Oberon Cinematogràfica SA Fiction − Documentary Oberon is a production company with more than 25 years of experience. It has focused its productions on fiction feature film and television. Our artistic and commercial proposals have made the company one of the most consolidated names in Barcelona. We collaborate with national, European and Latin American producers with whom we have accessed festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, San Sebastian, Berlin, Locarno... And some of our productions have opted for prizes such as Goya, Ariel or Oscar.

Contact Àngels Masclans amasclans@ oberoncinematografica.com +34 93 451 25 60 www.oberoncinematografica.com

The Chosen by Antonio Chavarrías 2016 Produced by Oberon Cinematogràfica, SA (ES) The Chosen 2015 AIE (ES) Alebrije Cine y Video (MX)

The Milk Of Sorrow by Claudia Llosa 2009 Produced by Oberon Cinematogràfica, SA (ES) Wanda Vision (ES) Vela Films (PE)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Drama − Thriller

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Peekaboo Animation Animation Contact Iván Agenjo ivan@peekabooanimation.com +34 93 511 64 93 www.peekabooanimation.com

Peekaboo Animation is a production company specialized in children's animation content for television and new platforms. At Peekaboo we create, draw, write, produce and finance our own shows, with the aim of surprising the international market with fresh, innovative ideas. We also deal with commercial exploitation of content, TV rights and ancillary rights worldwide.

I Elvis Riboldi by Javier Galán 2017-2018 Produced by Peekaboo (ES) Wuji House (ES) Insomne Estudi (ES) Watch Next Media (FR)

Mironins by Mikel Mas, Celia Rico 2017-2018 Produced by Peekaboo (ES) Cornelius Films (ES) Wuji House (ES) Grupa Smacznego (PL)

Coproduction Interests Format TV Series − Web Series − Digital Content

Genre Children

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Polar Star Films Fiction − Documentary Established by Carles Brugueras in 1997, Polar Star Films is an independent audiovisual production company. Based in Barcelona, the company has a track record in creative documentaries, fiction and advertising.

Contact Carles Brugueras carles@polarstarfilms.com +34 93 200 47 77 www.polarstarfilms.com

Through an interdisciplinary creative team, Polar Star Films aims to create high quality documentaries for a broad and international audience. Polar Star Films has been coproducing with broadcasters such as ARTE, BBC, SWR/ NDR, France Télévisions, Al Jazeera, TVE and TVC.

Facing the Wind by Meritxell Colell 2017 Produced by Polar Star Films (ES) Habitación 1520 (AR) Paraiso Production (FR)

Google and the World Brain by Ben Lewis 2013 Produced by Polar Star Films (ES) BLTV (UK) ZDF/ARTE (DE) BBC (GB) TVE (ES) TVC (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − Shortfilm − Documentary − Advertising & Services

Genre Drama

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Rebelión Terrestre Film Fiction Contact Alberto Marini info@rebelionterrestre.com +34 93 211 83 37

Based in Barcelona, Rebelión Terrestre Film focuses its interest on producing thrillers and genre films for the international market and on offering production services.

Summer Camp by Alberto Marini 2015 Produced by Rebelión Terrestre Film (ES) Filmax (ES) Pantelion (US) The Safran Company (US)

The Last Days by Alex Pastor, David Pastor 2013 Produced by Rebelión Terrestre Film (ES) Morena Films (ES) Atresmedia (ES) TVC (ES) Les Films du Lendemain (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Horror − Thriller

Budget 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 € − + 3.000.000 €


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Segarra Films Fiction − Documentary Segarra Films is an independent production company from Barcelona, founded in 2010. Focused on full feature films, and committed to promoting and disseminating them, we believe in the necessity of creating our own content. Therefore we are involved in all phases of the production, participating from the development to the distribution, to guarantee the success and that each film can go the longest possible path reaching all audiences.

Contact Ramon Térmens ramontermens@yahoo.es +34 93 408 71 35 www.segarrafilms.eu

Lesa Humanitat by Héctor Faver 2017 Produced by Segarra Films (ES) Aural Theorem (ES)

Jordi Dauder, la revolució pendent by Antoni Verdaguer 2012 Produced by Segarra Films (ES) Oliete Films (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Series

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Drama − Horror − Thriller

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Setembro Cine Fiction Contact Fernanda del Nido hola@setembrocine.com +34 93 515 33 04 www.setembrocine.com

Setembro Cine is an independent production company founded in 2014 in Catalonia and led by Fernanda del Nido. Setembro intends to enter the international market producing films with their own identity, looking towards new horizons and seeking new stories and talent. We commit ourselves towards productions that seek diversity and focus on movies that are different. At Setembro Cine we want to tell stories that have character and make films that leave a mark on the public.

Una mujer fantástica by Sebastián Leilo 2017 Produced by Fabula (CL) Participant Media (US) Komplizen Film (DE) Muchas Gracias (CL) Setembro Cine (ES)

Neruda by Pablo Larraín 2016 Produced by Fabula (CL) Funny Balloons (FR) Az Films (AR) Participant Media (US) Setembro Cine (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film

Genre Comedy − Drama

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Setmàgic Audiovisual Fiction − Documentary Setmàgic Audiovisual develop and create feature films, TV documentaries and TV programs. We aim to excel in everything we do, and seek to entertain and engage while ensuring our shows have a strong sense of purpose and journalism.

Contact Oriol Marcos oriol@setmagic.com +34 93 441 23 87 www.setmagic.com

Ebre; del bressol a la batalla by Román Parrado 2016 Produced by Setmàgic Audiovisual (ES) Enciende TV (ES) TVC (ES)

Brava by Roser Aguilar 2016 Produced by Setmàgic audiovisual (ES) Iberrota (ES) TVOn (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Movie

Genre Adventure / Action − Science Fiction − Comedy − Children

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Teidees Audiovisuals Animation Contact Marta Alonso malonso@teidees.com +34 656 928 732 www.teidees.com

Misha the Purple Cat by Sílvia Cortés 2016 Produced by Teidees (ES) Digitoonz (IN)

Molang by Marie- Carloline Villand 2016 Produced by Millimages (FR) Teidees (ES)

Coproduction Interests Format TV Series

Genre Children

Budget + 3.000.000 €

Teidees Audiovisuals is a young company led by two partners with extensive experience as professionals in the audiovisual sector. Marta Alonso (executive producer) and Sílvia Cortés (project manager) founded Teidees with over 20 years of experience within the audiovisual sector. They handled successfully top television programs for major national TV networks and they also worked in radio for several radio stations. Teidees has focused on one goal: “content is king”.


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Waking Films Fiction − Documentary Production house with a particular interest in culture and the profound changes that societies are going through in the new millennium. Formed by Latin American filmmakers (Argentina, Brazil, Mexico) residing in Barcelona, it has produced the documentary feature Shih (2015) by Bruno Zaffora & Rafael Ortega Velderrain; the mid-length film Titol Esgotat (2017) by Gerardo Del Castillo and the documentary feature Cae, Altazor by Bruno Zaffora.

Shih by Bruno Zaffora, Rafael Ortega Velderrain 2015

Contact Bruno Zaffora zaffora.bruno@gmail.com +34 638 883 351 www.wakingfilms.eu

Produced by Waking Films (ES) Synaesthesia Multimedia (MX)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − Feature Documentary − TV Movie − TV Documentary

Genre Drama

Budget 0 - 500.000 € − 500.000 - 1.500.000 €


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Zentropa Spain Fiction Contact David Matamoros david@zentropaspain.com +34 93 532 99 90 www.zentropaspain.com

Founded in 1992 by Lars Von Trier and Peter Aalbaek Jensen, Zentropa has become one of the most important production companies in Northern Europe. Many of the films produced by Zentropa enjoy critical acclaim worldwide and have been awarded the most prestigious prizes, among these the Oscar. In 2009, Zentropa adds a new production company to the 11 already existing all over Europe: Zentropa Spain. The Spanish division is responsible for films such as Tasting Menu, Vulcania and Alakrana.

The Year of the Plague by Carlos Martin Ferrera 2017 Produced by Zentropa Spain (ES) De Hofleveranciers (BE) Cinema226 (MX)

Vulcania by Jose Skaf 2015 Produced by Zentropa Spain (ES) Zentropa Sweden (SE) Ran Entertainment (FR)

Coproduction Interests Format Feature Film − TV Series

Genre Comedy − Drama − Children − Horror

Budget 500.000 - 1.500.000 € − 1.500.000 - 3.000.000 €


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Barcelona to

Québec − 6h 55min New York − 7h 30min

Vancouver − 10h 30min

London − 2h 10min Dublin − 2h 20mitn Lisbon − 1h 55min

Los Angeles − 11h 45min Mexico DF − 11h 30min Bogotá − 10h 20min

Rio de Janeiro − 10h 25min Buenos Aires − 12h 45min

Marrakesh − 2h 15min


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Helsinki − 4h Moscow − 4h 40min Istambul − 3h 30min Beijing − 10h 45min Seoul − 11h 45min Tokyo − 12h 40min

Paris − 1h 35min Brussels − 2h Amsterdam − 2h 15min

Berlin − 2h 25min Copenhagen − 2h 45min Oslo − 3h 20min Stockholm − 3h 35min

Rome − 1h 40min Mumbai − 8h 35min

Sydney − 20h 55min Auckland − 23h 25min Cape Town − 10h 25min


mercats@catalanfilms.cat www.catalanfilms.cat +34 93 552 49 40

cfc@gencat.cat www.bcncatfilmcommission.com +34 93 552 91 63


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