Ariane Labed has won the Award for Best Actress in the French Competition at this year’s Series Mania Festival for her outstanding performance in the Screen Flanders supported French-Belgian drama series L’Opéra.
The animated feature Charlotte, directed by Eric Warin & Tahir Rana has been selected for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Creative Conspiracy’s animated series Ninja Express is to premiere this summer on Ketnet, the BBC, Gulli and Warner Media’s Boomerang.
The animated feature Where is Anne Frank of director Ari Folman is invited for the Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival (special screening out of competition).
The feature starring Marion Cotillard and Adam Driver was partly shot on location and in studio in Flanders with Flemish professionals joining cast and crew.
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With an annual budget of 3.5 million euros, the Screen Flanders Economic Fund offers support to audiovisual productions and co-productions that spend all or part of their budget within the Flanders Region.
Flanders, Belgium is an attractive multi-layered cake when it comes to film financing, offering multiple attractive incentives on different levels, which can easily be combined.
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