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brussels Co-Production Market

The BRIFF’s 2023 edition is over. Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming 2024 edition!

This activity is organised in English

For: producers, buyers (international sales,
distribution, TV, …)

Call for projects: opening soon

The Brussels Co-Production Market is an initiative that aims at supporting promising feature films in development and connecting them with potential partners. Created in 2016 with a focus on helping European producers with finding Belgian minority co-productions, it has been divided in two different sections:

  1. the Gap Financing Sessions, in keeping with the initial goals of the Market, a selection of European projects specifically looking for Belgian collaborators,
  2. UP: Up-and-coming Producers, a section specifically designed for producers in their early career.


The selected projects are presented during pitch sessions and one-to-one meetings. Industry professionals who wish to meet with the project holders are invited to register as attendees.

As part of our partnership with the Festival International Music & Cinema à Marseille (MCM), the Music & Cinema Award is granted to one of the selected projects.



Gap Financing Sessions
  • A Son by Nacho La Casa, produced by Capitán Araña (Spain) – Fiction
  • Boxing Stories by Alain Tshinza, produced by Wady Films (Luxembourg) – Documentary
  • Ducks by Neary Adeline Hay, produced by Special Touch Studios (France) – Fiction
  • Looking Back at Love by Carl Javér, produced by Vilda Bomben Film (Sweden) – Documentary
  • The Elf by Joonas Berghäll, produced by Oktober Oy (Finland) – Fiction
  • The Register by Marco Amenta, produced by Eurofilm (Italy) – Fiction
UP: Up-and-coming Producers
  • Belladonna by Maxime Pistorio, produced by Entre Chien et Loup (Belgium) – Fiction
  • Blaze Up by Lucas Gloppe, produced by Punchline Cinema (France) – Fiction
  • Brothers’ War by Dzintars Dreibergs, produced by Kultfilma (Latvia) – Fiction
  • Children of Nowhere by Coralie Majouga, produced by Les Produits Frais (France) – Fiction
  • China Sea by Jurgis Matulevicius, produced by Film Jam (Lithuania) – Fiction
  • I’d Rather Kill Myself by Ragne Mandri & Sushant Bhat, produced by FatCat Films oü (Estonia) – Fiction
  • Leila by Alessandro Abba Legnazzi, produced by Start Films (Italy) – Documentary
  • Soft Hours by Anna Gyimesi, produced by Kino Alfa Kft. (Hungary) – Fiction
  • Something in the Wind by Nelson Polfliet, produced by Animal Tank (Belgium) – Fiction

As part of our partnership with the Festival International Music & Cinema à Marseille (MCM), the Music & Cinema Award was granted to the Lithuanian project China Sea by Jurgis Matulevicius, produced by Ieva Cern (Film Jam).

Find more about the projects by browsing through the projects booklet!

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