National funding

While you are likely considering shooting in Fyn, Film Commission Fyn would also like to direct your attention to other national funding opportunities within Denmark: 

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The Danish Film Institute (DFI)

The Danish Film Institute can award subsidies to the co-production of feature films and short and documentary films that have a non-Danish delegate producer. The purpose of subsidizing co-productions is to strengthen partnerships between Danish and international producers and to develop skills in the Danish film industry. Furthermore, the Danish Film Institute wishes to support the films' prospects of raising international financing and "travelling" across borders. For more information and upcoming application deadlines on minor coproductions please visit DFI's own pages:

Minor coproductions feature films 
Minor coproductions short fiction & documentary 
General information on funding and The Danish Film Institute in English 
FAQ about co-producing with Denmark by DFI’s international producer Noemi Ferrer Schwenk

 


Creative Europe Desk Danmark

Creative Europe Desk Denmark (formerly MEDIA DESK) is an information centre that aims to provide professional film, TV and multimedia people with information about the EU's audiovisual policy and in particular about the support options available under Creative Europe, enabling them to get the greatest possible benefit from the different support schemes. 

http://www.dfi.dk/branche_og_stoette/creative-europe-desk/om-creative-europe-desken.aspx

Creative Europe Desk Denmark
Ene Katrine Rasmussen
Vognmagergade 10
DK-1120 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Tel: +45 3374 3442
mail: ener@dfi.dk 

 Den Vestdanske Filmpulje

The West Danish Film Fund 

The West Danish Film Fund (Den Vestdanske Filmpulje) provides European independent production companies with financial support for the development and production of film and television projects. The primary focus of The West Danish Film Fund is to enhance the production of feature films with the intention of strengthening the film industry in the region. Financial support is provided in the form of subsidies and/or investments. More info: www.filmpuljen.dk

The West Danish Film Fund
Filmby Aarhus
Filmbyen 23,1
8000 Aarhus C
Denmark
Tel:  +45 89 40 48 82
mail@filmpuljen.dk 

CPH film fund

Copenhagen Film Fund

Copenhagen Film Fund was established in mid-2013. The fund has a total budget €4,7M ongoing to 2016. The fund aim to primarily invest in international film & tv productions of high artistic merit with Danish co-producers, but Danish projects with international distribution in place can also qualify. The objective of the fund is to create growth & jobs in the film business and its ancillary businesses incl. promoting Copenhagen & Danish Film production worldwide. The funding is an equity investment / co–production combined with a regional effect/spent (similar to Film i Skåne, FilmFyn, Film I Väst). More info: www.cphfilmfund.com

Nør­re­gade 7b
1165 Køben­havn K
C/O Copen­hagen Capacity
Denmark
Tel: +45 40 72 88 42
thomas@cphfilmfund.com

Nordisk Film og TV Fond
Nordic Film & TV Fond

Established in 1990, the Fund's primary purpose is to promote film and TV productions of high quality in the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), by providing support for top-up financing of feature films, TV-fiction / series and creative documentaries. More info: www.nordiskfilmogtvfond.com

Kristian August gate 13
0164 Oslo
Norway
Tel: +47 64 00 60 80 
info@nordiskfilmogtvfond.com

 

Danish co-producers

FilmFyn has collaborated with several major Danish production companies, most of whom are engaging in international co-productions:

ASA Film Production A/S Asta Film M&M Productions Nepenthe Film
 Nice Ninja  Nimbus Film  Nordisk Film SF Film 
 Thura Film  ToolBox Film  Zentropa  




 

For a complete list of Danish production companies, please visit the Danish Film Institute’s national trade directory DFI Bogen, which is also available - in Danish - as an app.

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Why Fyn?

Why Fyn?

More than 75 successful Danish productions have been shot in the island of Fyn - and we’d like to think that it is not just the presence of funding opportunities but the existence of a truly film friendly environment in the spot center of Denmark.

Scouting

Film Commission Fyn is happy to point your production in the right direction and to welcome your crew on recce to Fyn. Knowing the importance of connecting with local location scouts and managers, we have compiled a brief list of experienced contacts for you.

FilmFyn regional funding

FilmFyn is a small regional film fund with a yearly budget of approx. €2.5 mio of which more than €2.0 mio is invested in feature films and TV-series shot on location in our area. We are involved in several international films - from the development stage and onwards and work closely with other Danish and international partners.

DFI's Danish Film Trade Directory

DFI bogen