EUROPEAN FILM MARKET
Do not miss the opportunity to see a presentation of the newest Russian content!
We will showcase the trailers of films offered by production, distribution, and sales companies representing Russia at EFM Online 2021. Exclusive stories fascinating for both children and adults, high production quality, and masterful artistry — Russian content includes all of these.

Presented by Evgenia Markova, Roskino CEO
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"The unprecedented number of Russian projects confirms the great productivity of content producers, despite the difficulties of 2020. This year, our lineup includes more than 25 new titles (projects that were not previously presented on any film markets), including 8 series and 6 animation projects. In addition to the film markеt, Russia is represented at the Berlinale Series Online Market, as well as at the Berlinale Co-Production Market (here we present co-production opportunities within Russia). I would also like to mention that two Russian talents entered the Berlinale Talents program (producer Egor Odintsov and a screenwriter Lisa Tsyganova). In addition, two Russian films will be presented at the Berlin Film Festival's Forum section (Tzarevna Scaling by Yuldus Bakhtiozina) and Berlinale Shorts (animated film Vadim on a Walk by Sasha Svirsky) respectively", -
Evgeniya Markova, CEO of ROSKINO
Russian companies to present over 140 projects at the European Film Market

Thirty-nine Russian content makers united at the ROSKINO* virtual umbrella booth to present more than 140 projects, including feature films, series and animation, at the European Film Market 2021, taking place from March 1-5 as a part of the Berlin International Film Festival.

In addition, within the industrial section of the Berlinale Co-Production Market, there will be a presentation of co-production opportunities with Russia in the Country Session format. For the first time, a large number of Russian projects (11)
will be presented in the Berlinale Series Online Market section.
The participation of Russian content producers at the first film market of the year is possible with the support of the Russian Cinema Fund.