Screen.brussels Fund offers financial support to audiovisual productions which spend (part of) their budget within the Brussels-Capital Region. Our goal is to help develop the Brussels-Capital Region’s audiovisual industry in ways that can benefit all European filmmakers.
Since May 2016, the single brand screen.brussels has brought together all the regional support services for the audio-visual industry:
1. The funding of traditional or innovative audio-visual productions that spend all or part of their audio-visual budget in the Brussels region: screen.brussels fund
2. Support for companies in their creation, growth and internationalisation: screen.brussels cluster
3. Logistics support for filming: obtaining permits, help with scouting for sets and locations, accommodations, etc.: screen.brussels film commission,
4. The structural funding of growing Brussels audio-visual companies through traditional or convertible loans: screen.brussels business.
The information session of screen.brussels includes three segments: two video presentations and one information session on how the fund works. The first video gives you an outline of the functioning of the four different departments of screen.brussels. The second video, called “”made in Brussels”” presents you with an overview of the films that were realized with the support of the fund and the commission.
These are followed by an information session about the screen.brussels fund, a fund that offers financial support to audio-visual productions which spend (part of) their budget within the Brussels-Capital Region. It is also the ideal opportunity to give the floor to two Ministers who are not only responsible for certain departments of screen.brussels but whose support is invaluable to both the BIFFF and the BIF Market: Mr. Rudy Vervoort, Minister-President of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region and Mrs. Barbara Trachte, Secretary of State of the Brussels-Capital Region.
Presented by Noël Magis