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2024 Eurimages: Tarik Saleh, Hafsia Herzi, Joachim Trier, Carla Simon & Amanda Kernell Land Coin

2024 Eurimages: Tarik Saleh, Hafsia Herzi, Joachim Trier, Carla Simon & Amanda Kernell Land Coin

The results of the first Eurimages Project Evaluation Session of 2024 have been unveiled and among the batch of European-based filmmakers to receive some much-appreciated coin we find Tarik Saleh’s Eagles of the Republic, Carla Simon’s Romería, Joachim Trier’s Sentimental Value, Agnieszka Holland’s Franz, Amanda Kernell’s The Curse, a Love Story and Hafsia Herzi’s The Last One. For the most part, these projects are expected to move into production as early as this spring and get major film festival premieres starting in 2025. 26 fiction films received coin with five docu projects. Here are the films:

Brave – Marie-Elsa Sgualdo (Switzerland) – €300 000 (Switzerland, Belgium)
Desire Lines – Dane Komljen (Serbia) – €120 000 (Serbia, Netherlands, Croatia, Germany)
Don’t Let Me Die – Andrei Epure (Romania) – €150 000 (Romania, Bulgaria)
Eagles of the Republic – Tarik Saleh (Sweden) – €500 000 (Sweden, France, Denmark)
Fed Up – Júlia De Paz Solvas (Spain) – €250 000 (Spain, Belgium)
Finale Allegro – Emanuela Piovano (Italy) – €150 000 (Italy, France)
Franz – Agnieszka Holland (Poland) – €500 000 (Czechia, Germany, Poland)
God Will Not Help – Hana Jušić (Croatia) – €390 000 (Croatia, Romania, France, Slovenia)
Haven of Hope – Seemab Gul (Pakistan) – €150 000 (France, Germany, Netherlands)
No Rest for the Wicked – Kasper Kalle Skovsbøl (Denmark) – €480 000 (Denmark, Iceland)
Pastoral Pathways – Ahmet Necdet Çupur (Türkiye) – €82 000 (France, Germany, Türkiye)
Romería – Carla Simon (Spain) – €500 000 (Spain, France)
Sentimental Value – Joachim Trier (Norway) – €499 000 (Norway, France, Germany, Denmark)
Seraphine – Sarah Van Den Boom (France) – €500 000 Animation (France, Luxembourg)
Sleepless City – Guillermo García López (Spain) – €340 000 (Spain, France)
Strange River – Jaume Claret Muxart (Spain) – €200 000 (Spain, Germany)
Supporting Role – Ana Urushadze (Georgia) – €160 000 (Georgia, Estonia, Türkiye)
The Curse, a Love Story – Amanda Kernell (Sweden) – €500 000 (Sweden, Denmark, Norway)
The Last One – Hafsia Herzi (France) – €350 000 (France, Germany)
The Portuguese House – Avelina Prat (Spain) – €350 000 (Spain, Portugal)
Whites Wash at Ninety – Marko Naberšnik (Slovenia) – €149 000 (Slovenia, Italy, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro)


9-Month Contract – Ketevan Vashagashvili (Georgia) – €80 000 (Georgia, Bulgaria)
Fantastique – Marjolijn Prins (Belgium) – €89 000 (Belgium, France, Netherlands)
If Pigeons Turned to Gold – Josefina Lubojacki (Czechia) – €36 000 (Czechia, Slovakia)
Nostalgia for the Future – Brecht Debackere (Belgium) – €95 000 (Belgium, Netherlands, Italy)
Supernatural – Ventura Durall (Spain) – €72 000 (Spain, Belgium, France)

Eric Lavallée is the founder, CEO, editor-in-chief, film journalist, and critic at, established in 2000. A regular at Sundance, Cannes, and Venice, Eric holds a BFA in film studies from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. In 2013, he served on the narrative competition jury at the SXSW Film Festival. He was an associate producer on Mark Jackson’s "This Teacher" (2018 LA Film Festival, 2018 BFI London). In 2022, he was a New Flesh Juror for Best First Feature at the Fantasia International Film Festival. Current top films for 2023 include The Zone of Interest (Glazer), Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell (Pham Thien An), Totem (Lila Avilés), La Chimera (Alice Rohrwacher), All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt (Raven Jackson).

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