WARSAW: Eight international projects will compete for a 100,000 EUR prize at the Warsaw Coproduction Meetings 2017, held 20 and 21 October 2017, with an additional two projects presented out of competition.
All but two of the film projects are planned as Polish coproductions. The event is part of the Warsaw IFF Industry Days. The projects will be judged by a four person international panel.
The selected projects are:
A Hole in the Fence (Mexico, Denmark, Poland)Directed by Joaquin del Paso
The Bus to Amerika (Turkey, Poland, France)Directed by Derva Durmaz
Cranley Gardens (UK, Poland)Directed by KaraelKapelinski
People I’m Not (Switzerland, Poland)Directed by Francesco Rizzi
Seraphyma (Ukraine)Directed by Marysia Nikitiuk
Zero%Proof (UK, Poland)Directed by Simon Ellis
The River (Kazakhstan, Poland)Directed by Emir Baigazin
Stepne (Germany, Ukraine)Directed by Maryna Vroda
The two film projects presented out of competition are:
NajmroDirected by Mateusz Rakowicz
Pilot 9/11Directed by Norman Leto