Kortfilmfestival Leuven en Go Short are gatekeeper for Euro Connection. Together they preselect the projects from Flanders and the Netherlands.
Euro Connection is the European Short Film Co-production Forum taking place each year at the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market. This business platform aims at fostering partnerships between European production companies, funders and broadcasters for short film projects.
The next edition of Euro Connection will take place on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 February 2019 in Clermont-Ferrand. Euro Connection is presented by the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market, in association with the Creative Europe MEDIA Desk France and the Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée. Euro Connection is supported by Creative Europe’s MEDIA sub-programme and the PROCIREP.
CALL FOR PROJECTS 2019
What is Euro Connection?
Each year 13 short film projects are selected across Europe to participate in Euro Connection, with the help of a network of national correspondents in each of the associated countries. The producers of the selected projects receive an invitation that includes a travel grant, hotel accommodation, meals and a free accreditation to the Short Film Market in Clermont-Ferrand.
The selected projects are highlighted in the Book of Projects and Producers, with details for each project and a profile of their authors and producers. Its publication (mid-January) is announced to European producers, broadcasters, fund representatives and financial backers registered to Clermont-Ferrand, who are invited to secure attendance to the pitching sessions during Euro Connection.
150 industry delegates take part in Euro Connection each year. So far, 80 films were completed, including 39 European co-productions as a direct result from the first nine editions of Euro Connection.
Sending the application
Producers from the Netherlands and Flanders must fill in theapplicationdorm and email all required documents as 1 single pdf file to Go Short (email@example.com) no later than October 20, 2018. Producers from other countries should apply with their regional correspondent in their respective country.... The correspondents are at the disposal of applicants for any query regarding application with a project.