Ten productions to share in €2m of Screen Flanders funding

Screen Flanders announced that it is to distribute €2m in funding between two Belgian main productions and eight international co-productions planning to film in the Flanders region.

Eight international co-productions feature among a list of ten films due to receive financial support through the Screen Flanders economic fund. The titles, announced by minister-president of Flanders Kris Peeters (27 Nov) will share in a combined €2m of funding.

Supported projects include a new film from Goodbye Lenin director Wolfgang Becker, a Belgian-German co-production entitled Me & Kaminski. The amount distributed to each of the titles individually ranges from €50,000 to €400,000.



Through the fund, the government of Flanders offers up to a maximum of €400,000 in refundable advances to productions that enrich the cultural heritage of Flanders and spend a minimum of €250,000 in the region. Applications are assessed against these criteria by a jury of both economic and cultural experts.

Ten productions to share in €2m of Screen Flanders funding
Goodbye Lenin

Foreign filmmakers may apply by co-producing with a Belgian producer who meets the selection criteria.

Each Euro received via the fund must be matched one-to-one by a production’s audiovisual expenditure in the region. This round of supported productions is expected to account for a combined spend on audiovisual expenses of well over €8.5m in the Flanders region.

The complete list of titles are:

  • Another Day of Life (Dir: Raul de la Fuente and Damian Nenow) co-production with Poland, Spain and Germany
  • Archibelge! (Sofie Benoot & Gilles Coton) Belgium
  • Deadline 25/5 (Maarten Moerkerke) Belgium
  • Dimitri (Agnès Lecreux, Fabien Drouet, Ben Tesseur & Steven De Beul) Belgium and France
  • La Tierra Roja (Martinez Vignatti Diego) Belgium and Argentina
  • Me & Kaminski (Wolfgang Becke) Belgium and Germany
  • Michiel de Ruyter (Roel Reiné) Belgium and the Netherlands
  • Onder het hart (Van Kilsdonk) Belgium and the Netherlands
  • The Team (Kathrine Windfeld) Belgium, Germany, Denmark and Austria
  • Vincent en het einde van de wereld (Christophe Van Rompaey) Belgium and France.
Ten productions to share in €2m of Screen Flanders funding
Goodbye Lenin

Eight international co-productions feature among a list of ten films due to receive financial support through the Screen Flanders economic fund. The titles, announced by minister-president of Flanders Kris Peeters (27 Nov) will share in a combined €2m of funding.

Supported projects include a new film from Goodbye Lenin director Wolfgang Becker, a Belgian-German co-production entitled Me & Kaminski. The amount distributed to each of the titles individually ranges from €50,000 to €400,000.



Through the fund, the government of Flanders offers up to a maximum of €400,000 in refundable advances to productions that enrich the cultural heritage of Flanders and spend a minimum of €250,000 in the region. Applications are assessed against these criteria by a jury of both economic and cultural experts.

Foreign filmmakers may apply by co-producing with a Belgian producer who meets the selection criteria.

Each Euro received via the fund must be matched one-to-one by a production’s audiovisual expenditure in the region. This round of supported productions is expected to account for a combined spend on audiovisual expenses of well over €8.5m in the Flanders region.

The complete list of titles are:

  • Another Day of Life (Dir: Raul de la Fuente and Damian Nenow) co-production with Poland, Spain and Germany
  • Archibelge! (Sofie Benoot & Gilles Coton) Belgium
  • Deadline 25/5 (Maarten Moerkerke) Belgium
  • Dimitri (Agnès Lecreux, Fabien Drouet, Ben Tesseur & Steven De Beul) Belgium and France
  • La Tierra Roja (Martinez Vignatti Diego) Belgium and Argentina
  • Me & Kaminski (Wolfgang Becke) Belgium and Germany
  • Michiel de Ruyter (Roel Reiné) Belgium and the Netherlands
  • Onder het hart (Van Kilsdonk) Belgium and the Netherlands
  • The Team (Kathrine Windfeld) Belgium, Germany, Denmark and Austria
  • Vincent en het einde van de wereld (Christophe Van Rompaey) Belgium and France.

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