THE AIMS OF SCREEN TALENT EUROPE

The aim of Screen Talent Europe (STE) is to raise the standard of European talent development in the audiovisual sector, to promote and foster cooperation among European film workshops, media centers working with a “learning by doing” philosophy and other institutions aiming at developing emerging talents for the moving images industry and to raise awareness of the work done by the participants of the network.

The main objectives for the cooperation of its members include creating a common European cross border production platform for emerging talents, a common European communication platform for emerging filmmakers; the creation of labs, campuses and other events and venues for emerging talents; to connect emerging talents from all over the world; the innovation and improvement of contents and methods in the talent development for the benefit of European film culture, talented storytellers and artists, using moving images as main expression. Furthermore, STE shall endeavor to advance the audio-visual culture in general.

THE NETWORK

As of 2021, Screen Talent Europe consists of 15 partners from 8 countries all over Europe:

Aarhus Film Workshop

Aarhus Film Workshop is an open film workshop, which supports non-commercial film production with the primary purpose of finding and developing new film talent in the West Danish region.

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CineSud

CineSud is the film hub for talent and industry professionals in the heart of the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

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Klippfisk

Filmfördering Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein

MOIN Film Fund Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein supports cinema films, high-end series and innovative audiovisual formats of all genres.

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Filmwerkstadt Kiel

The name says it all: Filmwerkstatt (film workshop) in Kiel provides hands-on support. Filmwerkstatt's primary function is to support young talent and newcomers, as well as to provide a technology pool for non- commercial film and media projects.

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Film Workshop Nuuk

Film Workshop Tvibit

Tvibit is a cultural and creative hub, production centre, competence centre, meeting place and café, all under one roof.

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Mediefabrikken

FilmCloud

Film Stockholm

Film Stockholm AB is a new production center for film and television in the Stockholm region.

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Film i Skåne

Film i Skåne is a regional film organisation with the task of promoting film-culture activities and contributing to growth in Skåne through film production.

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Film Workshop Copenhagen

The Film Workshop supports young film talents by giving access to professional equipment, financial aid for the basic production costs, access to support from the other Workshops in the country and the partners in Screen Talent Europe.

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Odense Filmvaerksted

We aim to be a leader in developing the talents of digital, visual storytellers for the professional industry in conjunction with a strong local, national and international network.

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New Noardic Wave

New Noardic Wave, the platform for makers in the North of the Netherlands.

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Galway film centre

Founded in 1989, Galway Film Centre (GFC) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the development of film, TV, animation and games as an artistic medium in the West of Ireland.

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