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A list of films, supported by the Creative Europe programme:
- Gareth Jones/Man Made ("Mr. Jones") (2019) - co-production of Ukraine, Poland and Great Britain by Polish director Agnieszka Holland;
- Czech-Slovak-Ukrainian film "The Painted Bird" (2019) by Czech director Vaclav Marhoul;
- Donbass (2018) - co-production of Germany, Ukraine, France, the Netherlands and Romania by Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa;
- Thriller "Woman at War" (2018) by Icelandic director Benedikt Erlingsson. The film is a co-production of France, Iceland and Ukraine with the support of Ukrainian State Film Agency;
- Crime Thriller (2017) by Slovakian director Peter Bebjak. The film is a co-production of Ukraine and Slovakia with the support of Ukrainian State Film Agency;
- Frost (2017) - co-production of Lithuania, France, Ukraine and Poland by Lithuanian director Sharunas Bartas;
- A Gentle Creature (2017) - co-production of France, Germany, Netherlands, Lithuania by Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa;
- The Ukrainian film "Chrysanthemum" (2016), directed by Semen Mozhovyi, became a participant of the new European programme First Cut + (this programme is the only project that received funding in the "Access to the Markets" open call in the Media sub-programme of the Creative Europe programme).
In April 2019 Goethe-Institut with Institut français, Izolyatsia and Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts started implementation of the Mobility scheme for artists and culture professionals "i-Portunus". This is a short-term pilot project, selected and funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, to trial a mobility scheme for artists and culture professionals. It gives support for international mobilities of artists active in the fields of the performing or visual arts and residing in a Creative Europe country.
Between April and September 2019, i-Portunus issued three Calls for Applications:
- According to the results of the first Call for Applications, Ukraine was in the TOP-10 of the countries that received mobility grants. 9 of the 38 Ukrainians who applied for the programme received the following grants. Also, Ukraine was the only non-EU country represented in the TOP-10. A total of 1222 applications were submitted to the first Call for Applications;
- In the second Call for Applications, 7 Ukrainian applicants received mobility grants. And again, Ukraine was in the TOP-10 of the countries that received mobility grants and the only one non-EU country. In total, 710 applications were submitted for the second Call for Applications;
- In the third Call for Applications, 3 Ukrainian applicants received mobility grants. In total, 586 applications were submitted for this Call.