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European Film Promotion

The Slovak Film Institute is member of European Film Promotion (EFP), a network of European film institutions and promotional organisations. Established in 1997 and based in Hamburg, Germany, EFP is uniquely positioned to promote and market European cinema – and the talent behind it – throughout the world. EFP's mandate, as established by the Association, is:

  • to increase the competitive opportunities for European films in the international marketplace
  • to improve access for European film professionals to the international marketplace
  • to contribute, where possible, to the opening of new markets for European film
  • to enhance the distribution possibilities for European film
  • to further share the accumulated knowledge and experience of the Association via its European-wide network

For more information see: www.efp-online.com                          

EFP Contact office

European Film Promotion e.V.
Friedensallee 14-16
22765 Hamburg
Germany

Phone: +49.40.390 62 52
Fax: +49.40.390 62 49
E-mail: info efp-online.com
www.efp-online.com

Slovak representative at EFP

Slovak Film Institute (SFÚ)
Rastislav Steranka
Grösslingová 32
811 09 Bratislava 1
Slovak Republic

Phone: +421-(0)2-5710 1527
Fax:+421-(0)2-5273 3214
E-mail: cinecentresfu.sk
www.sfu.sk, profile at EFP »

EFP Members - COUNTRIES AND ORGANISATIONS

 

Albania

Albanian National Center of Cinematography

Austria

Austrian Film Commission

Belgium – Flanders

Flanders Image

Belgium (French-speaking audio-visual productions)

Wallonie Bruxelles images

Bulgaria

National Film Center

Croatia

Croatian Audiovisual Centre 

Czech Republic

České filmové centrum / Czech Film Center

Denmark

Danish Film Institute

Estonia, Latvia, Latvania

Baltic Films

Finland

Finnish Film Foundation

France

Unifrance

Georgia

Georgian National Film Centre

Germany

German Films

Great Britain

British Council

Greece

Greek Film Centre

Hungary

Magyar filmunió (Hungary)

Ireland

Irish Film Board

Island

Icelandic Film Centre

Italy

Cinecittà Luce-Filmitalia

Kosovo

Kosova Cinematography Center 

Luxembourg

Film Fund Luxembourg

Macedonia

Macedonian Film Fund

Montenegro 

Ministry of Culture of Montenegro

Norway

Norwegian Film Institute

Poland

Polish Film Institute

Portugal

Instituto do cinema, audiovisual e multimédia / icam

Romania

Romanian Film Promotion

Russia 

Russian Cinema Fund

Serbia 

Film Center Serbia 

Slovakia (from 15.2.2006)

Slovenský filmový ústav / Slovak Film Institute

Slovenia

Slovenian Film Fund

Spain

Instituto de cine / Icaa

Sweden

Swedish Film Institute

Switzerland

Swiss Films

The Netherlands

EYE Film Institute Netherlands

 

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updated: 09.10.2017