Film Funding Institution / Filmförderunganstalt (FFA)
FFA is the film funding institution of the Federal State of Germany. It grants conditionally repayable loans for the production of feature films, documentary films and short films, promotes the creation of scripts, sales and distribution, planning and preparation of film projects, training, research, innovation and rationalization of filming economically.
For further information, please visit www.ffa.deFFA Filmförderungsanstalt Große Präsidentenstraße 9
T: +49 30 27 577 0
F: +49 30 27 577 111
German Film Fund / Deutscher Filmförderfonds (DFFF)
Within the scope of the DFFF 60 million Euros are provided annually for the production of international films in Germany by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media. DFFF’s mission is to strengthen both, the film industry in Germany with its jobs as well as the international competitiveness. Through co-productions new links are created between German and international producers.
For further information, please visit www.dfff-ffa.deDeutscher Filmförderfonds FFA Filmförderungsanstalt Cornelia Hammelmann Große Präsidentenstraße 9
10178 Berlin T: +49 30 27 577 522 F: +49 30 27 577 555 E-Mail: hammelmann@FFA.de www.dfff-ffa.de
German Motion Picture Fonds
The objective of the funding programme of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) is to strengthen the competitiveness and innovative force of Germany as a film location. It is intended to contribute to maintaining, making full use of and expanding the audiovisual infrastructure in Germany and to promoting technical creative services in the film industry, which are the conditions for creative and cultural activities in the digital age. Above all support is also to be given to the further digitalisation of German filmmaking in order to promote innovative, creative work at all stages of the production processand the value-added chain of film production, establish internationally recognised production standards, and to stimulate the implementation of internationally planned material with the involvement of the German film industry and the creation of digital content as principal growth forces of the digital industry. For these purposes the production of films and series may be supported as an economic and cultural asset.
10178 Berlin T: +49 30 27 57 7 550
F: +49 30 27 57 7 560 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
German Films Service + Marketing GmbH is the national information and advisory center for the promotion of German films worldwide.
T: +49 89-59 97 87-0
F: +49 89-59 97 87 30 E-Mail: email@example.com