Berlin Brandenburg Film Commission
First contact point for film teams, with databases for film locations, current productions, film professionals, and addresses. Additionally facilitates film permits, and offers industry coaching.
European Funding for Creative and Cultural Sectors
Creative Europe Desk Berlin-Brandenburg is one of four MEDIA information offices in Germany and is the contact point for the Creative Europe Programme, which provides funding for Europe’s creative and cultural sectors.
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Berlin/Potsdam – In its fall session, MBB is funding 38 projects with roughly 7.5 million euros, amongst others new films by Julia von Heinz, Ildikó Enyedi, Marco Kreuzpaintner, Leander Haußmann and ...
Berlin/Potsdam – 4 films funded by Medienboard have prospects to be nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar: WERK OHNE AUTOR by Oscar winner Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck is entering the ...
MediaTech Con is the key convention for future media technologies and why they are essential for other industries, manufacturing and trade. The two conferences Changing the Picture and VR NOW Con & ...
Berlinale Talents is the annual summit and networking platform of the Berlin International Film Festival for 250 outstanding creatives from the fields of film and drama series. Submittions are now ...
The Media Board is funding new mobile and PC games as well as VR and AR experiences: Playfully going back to medieval times and forth to the future!
Berlin/Potsdam – In its Second Funding Round 2018, the Media Board has funded 8 projects in the area of Innovative Audio-visual Content with EUR 417,000.
It’s funding summertime for new projects by Theresa von Eltz, Florian Gottschick, for season 2 of “Bad Banks” ... and for world cinema by Haifaa Al Mansour & Kaan Müjdeci
Potsdam/Berlin – In its 3rd round of funding in 2018, the Media Board has awarded a total of approx. EUR 3.0 million to 32 projects.
media.barometer 2018: Work 4.0 – Berlin-Brandenburg media companies well-positioned for the digitalisation of the work sphere
Work 4.0 – Berlin-Brandenburg media companies well-positioned for the digitalisation of the work sphere
The spring’s funding has arrived – with fresh projects from directors including Karoline Herfurth, Hermine Huntgeburth, and Sherry Hormann, along with new series
Bridging the Dragon and the Marché du Film, in partnership with the CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée) and funded by Medienboard, in the frame of the 3rd China Co-production Day, ...