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Thirty-three Films Set for 27th CineMart in Rotterdam

By Brian Brooks | Indiewire December 8, 2009 at 8:38AM

Thirty-three projects have been selected for the 27th CineMart, taking place January 31 - February 3 in Rotterdam. The 2010 CineMart selection includes projects from several filmmakers who are competing at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (taking place January 27 - February 7), or have competed in earlier festival editions. Every year, the CineMart invites a select number of directors/producers to present their film projects to co-producers, funds, sales agents, distributors, TV stations and other potential financiers. Among those presenting their projects to some 800 possible co-financiers are Tiger Award competitors Paz Fabrega and Anocha Suwichakornpong as well as many Tiger Award winners and nominees such as cross media artist Simon Pummell. The selection includes projects from Russian directors Alexey Balabanov and Andrei Zvyagintsev.
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Thirty-three projects have been selected for the 27th CineMart, taking place January 31 - February 3 in Rotterdam. The 2010 CineMart selection includes projects from several filmmakers who are competing at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (taking place January 27 - February 7), or have competed in earlier festival editions. Every year, the CineMart invites a select number of directors/producers to present their film projects to co-producers, funds, sales agents, distributors, TV stations and other potential financiers. Among those presenting their projects to some 800 possible co-financiers are Tiger Award competitors Paz Fabrega and Anocha Suwichakornpong as well as many Tiger Award winners and nominees such as cross media artist Simon Pummell. The selection includes projects from Russian directors Alexey Balabanov and Andrei Zvyagintsev.

"We are very proud to present this exciting line up of strong projects from different parts of the world by yet to be discovered talents and returning Rotterdam friends. Our aim is to select projects close to the heart of Rotterdam as well as with good market potential. We believe it is a focused yet eclectic selection that will cater to the different needs of the professionals attending Rotterdam.
Furthermore we are excited to continue our 'road to the future' with a new cross media project. With the recent launch of the festival's new initiative Cinema Reloaded, this upcoming CineMart will again be used to discuss the changes in the film industry."

The full CineMart Selection 2010, alphabetically by project title:

"Another World" by Alexis Dos Santos, The Bureau (United Kingdom / Germany / Mexico)
"Baikonur" by Veit Helmer, Veit Helmer Productions (Germany)
"Brand New-U" by Simon Pummell," Hot Property Films Ltd. (United Kingdom / The Netherlands)
"Bulle de soleil" by Bruno Deville, Cab Productions / La Parti Production (Switzerland / Belgium)
"By the Time It Gets Dark" by Anocha Suwichakornpong, Electric Eel Films (Thailand)
"Diego Star" by Frederick Pelletier, Metafilms inc. (Canada)
"The Dunes" by Wang Haolin, Ray Production Ltd. (China)
"Elena" by Andrei Zvyagintsev, Non-Stop Productions (Russia)
"Erased" by Patrice Toye, BVBA Prime Time / Versus Production (Belgium/ The Netherlands / France)
"Feed Me With Your Words" by Martin Turk, Bela Film / Schweizer Brandung (Germany)
"Fleurs du Mal" by David Dusa, Sciapode (France)
"A Fold of My Blanket" by Zaza Rusadze, Isabella Films / Zazar Film / Georgian Film (Georgia / The Netherlands)
"Heli" by Amat Escalante, Mantarraya Producciones (Mexico)
"Island" by Jo Eun-Kyung, Generation Blue Films / Fine Cut Co. (South Korea)
"Je suis mort mais j'ai des amis" by Guillaume Maladrin & Stephane Maladrin, La Parti Production (Belgium / Canada / France)
"Land" by Jan-Willem van Ewijk, Augustus Film (The Netherlands)
"Layla Fourie" by Pia Marais, Pandora Filmproduktion GmbH / DV8 Films (Germany / South Africa / The Netherlands)
"Leather" by Alexey Balabanov, CTB Company (Russia / Switzerland / Norway / Poland / Germany)
"Leones" by Jazmin Lopez, Rizoma Films (Argentina / France)
"A Life Half Lived" by Denie Pentecost, Benchmark Films (Australia)
"Malmi Murderaz" by Susanna Helke, For Real Productions Oy / Savage Film (Finland / Belgium)
"Manpower" by Noam Kaplan, Gum Films (Israel)
"Miracle" by Juraj Lehotsky, Artileria / Negativ s.r.o. (Slovakia / Czech Republic)
"Mirage" by Szabolcs Hajdu , Katapult Film Kft. / Filmpartners Kft. (Hungary / Sweden)
"My Sister Came by Today" by Yan Ting Yuen, Seriousfilm / Kasander Film (The Netherlands / China / Canada / France / Germany / Belgium)
"Ola's Universe" by Coco Schrijber, Talent United BV (The Netherlands)
"Postcards From the Zoo" by Edwin, Babibutafilm (Indonesia)
"Refresh, Refresh" by James Ponsoldt, Forensic Films / Filmscience (USA)
"The Resurrection of a Bastard" by Guido van Driel, IdtV Film B.V. (The Netherlands / Belgium)
"El Rumano" by Florin Serban, Strada Film (Romania)
"Shell" by Scott Graham, Brocken Spectre (United Kingdom)
"Todos Nosotros" by Paz Fabrega, Temporal Films / Les Films du requin (Costa Rica / France)
"Wonder When You'll Miss Me" by Francesco Fei, Acaba Produzioni (Italy)

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