The 2020 brochure ‘The Nordic Countries and their Co-production Programmes’ has just been published.

Printed copies will be available at the Martin Gropius Bau/European Film Market in Berlin and an e-version can be viewed here:


Updated every year, the practical guide is a valuable tool for international producers wishing to coproduce with the Nordics, and for anyone looking at concise information about co-production programmes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

The brochure comprises a brief description of the co-production schemes for each of the five national film institutes, how to apply, funds available, deadlines to apply, a list of recent minority co-productions supported, and where applicable, regional film funds, film commissions, filming incentives and cash rebates.

A special section dedicated to Nordisk Film & TV Fond outlines the Fund’s mandate, production and distribution support, conditions to apply, funding available and a list of selected projects supported.

You can also read about the Creative Europe Desks in the five Nordic countries. The Danish Film Institute, Norwegian Film Institute, Swedish Film Institute, Finnish Film Foundation and Icelandic Film Centre are responsible for the data, printing and the e-version is a courtesy of Nordisk Film & TV Fond.

The brochure is available at the various markets where Scandinavian Films is participating.