EURIMAGES Co-Production Award for Ankica Jurić Tilić

This year’s EURIMAGES CO-PRODUCTION AWARD, an award acknowledging the decisive role of co-productions in fostering international exchange, pays tribute to a woman’s contribution to the success of film co-production.

Graduated in Comparative Literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Zagreb University, Ankica Jurić Tilić has more than 25 years of film experience.

She founded her production company Kinorama in 2003 together with two partners. Her filmography includes 30 feature films, several TV series and many shorts. Her latest, most successful features are the EURIMAGES-supported films QUIT STARING AT MY PLATE by Hana Jušić (Fedeora Award at Venice Days 2016, more than 30 film awards) and THE HIGH SUN by Dalibor Matanić (Jury Prize at Un Certain Regard 2015, nomination LUX Prize, Croatian candidate for Academy Awards, 30 international and national awards).

Ankica is also a graduate and a group leader of EAVE — European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, a member of ACE Producers, Producers on the Move and the European Film Academy. She teaches at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb and participates as a mentor, panellist, lecturer or advisor at many international film industry events.

Within her company, special attention is given to first time directors and new voices. Kinorama’s projects are regularly presented at numerous international production markets and developed at film workshops. At the moment, Kinorama’s artistic team is composed of established authors and debutants alike. Among the recent co-productions of Kinorama, are the EURIMAGES-supported films ERASED (2018) by Miha Mazzini and Dusan Joksimovic, THE LOAD (2018) by Ognjen Glanovic, THE DAWN by Dalibor Matanic and ILLYRICVM by Simon Bogojevic Narath (both 2019).

The EURIMAGES CO-PRODUCTION AWARD will be presented during the European Film Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 7 December, in Berlin.

 

Berlin, 26 November 2019

 

EURIMAGES is a support fund for cinema co-production, theatrical distribution and exhibition established by the Council of Europe in 1988 (Eurimages@coe.int –http://www.coe.int/Eurimages). 

Since it was set up in 1988, EURIMAGES has supported 2047 co-productions for a total amount of approximately €597 million.


The 32nd European Film Awards: Berlin, 7 December 2019

The European Film Awards 2019 are presented by the European Film Academy and EFA Productions. Public supporters: Creative Europe MEDIA Sub-Programme of the EU, Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, FFA German Federal Film Board, Berlin Capital Cultural Fund, German State Lottery Berlin, and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg. Sponsors: Aveda, Berlin Cuisine, Cafe Moskau, GLS, QMS, ŠKODA AUTO Deutschland and Sofitel Berlin Kurfürstendamm. Media partners: radioeins, Tagesspiegel, Cineuropa, EuroNews.

EFA PATRONS 2019: CATALAN INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL COMPANIES FROM THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE OF CATALONIA * CENTRE DU CINEMA OF THE FEDERATION WALLONIA BRUSSELS * CENTRE NATIONAL DU CINEMA ET DE L'IMAGE ANIMEE (CNC) * DANISH FILM INSTITUTE * EURIMAGES * FILM CENTRE OF MONTENEGRO * FILM FUND LUXEMBOURG * FILM I VÄST * FINNISH FILM FOUNDATION * FLANDERS AUDIOVISUAL FUND (VAF) * ICELANDIC FILM CENTRE * INSTITUTO DO CINEMA E DO AUDIOVISUAL (ICA) * INTERNATIONAL SÁMI FILM INSTITUTE * KOSOVO CINEMATOGRAPHY CENTER * LITHUANIAN FILM CENTRE * LUX FILM PRIZE * MINISTRY FOR JUSTICE, CULTURE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF MALTA - CULTURE DIRECTORATE * MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SPORTS AND YOUTH OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS * NETHERLANDS FILM FUND * NORTH MACEDONIA FILM AGENCY * POLISH FILM INSTITUTE * SCREEN IRELAND/FÍS ÉIREANN * SEVILLE EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL, A PROJECT OF ICAS, ORGANISED BY SEVILLE CITY COUNCIL * SF STUDIOS * SWEDISH FILM INSTITUTE * SWISS FILMS *