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Venice reveals Gap-Financing Market line-up

24 July 2015 7:25 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Venice Film Market will showcase 15 projects seeking completion financing.

Now in its second year, the Venice Film Market’s European Gap-Financing Market, which runs September 4-5 in 2015, will highlight 15 film in search of completion funding.

To qualify, each film must already have secured 70% of its financing. They will have the opportunity to close their international funding by having one-on-one meetings with potential financiers, distributors, sales agents, post-production companies and film funds.

Last year, the Vfm welcomed 261 distributors and 66 sales agents to the market. A total of 1,500 film professionals from 57 countries attended.

Full list:

#flora63 by Stéphane Robelin (France/Belgium/Germany)

Bianco by Daniele Vicari (Italy/France)

Letters from War by Ivo Ferreira (Portugal)

Comic Sans by Nevio Marasovic (Croatia/ Slovenia)

Diamond Island by Davy Chou (France/ Cambodia)

The Eremites by Ronny Trocker (Germany)

Freaking by Julia Ducournau (France/ Belgium/ Switzerland)

Children of the Night by Andrea De Sica (Italy)

The Bank of Broken Hearts by [link »

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