Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg


{| border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="1" style="float:right; empty-cells:show; margin-left:15px; background:#AAAAAA;" ! colspan="2" align=center | Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg |----- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Management: || Kirsten Niehuus, CEO Film Funding Helge Jürgens, CEO New Media Funding

Florian Graf, Chairman of the Supervisory Board |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Since: || January 2004 |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Location: || Potsdam-Babelsberg |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Shareholders: || The investment banks of the states of Berlin (IBB) and Brandenburg (ILB) each hold a 50% share |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Budget: || Approximately €40 million p.a. |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Address: || August-Bebel-Str. 28 D-14482 Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany |---- bgcolor="#FFFFFF" | Website: || |} The Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg is the body responsible for Film Funding and New Media Funding in the states of Berlin and Brandenburg. It is also the first point of contact for international and German professionals active in the film and media industries. The Medienboard's Film Funding department has an annual budget of roughly €28 million. Among the films that have received support from the Medienboard in the past couple of years are the Bollywood production ''Don 2'' starring Shah Rukh Khan, ''Inglourious Basterds'' directed by Quentin Tarantino, ''The White Ribbon'' directed by Michael Haneke, ''The Ghost Writer'' directed by Roman Polanski, ''The Reader'' directed by Stephen Daldry, ''Unknown'' directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, ''When We Leave'' directed by Feo Aladag and ''Keinohrhasen'' directed by Til Schweiger.

The New Media Funding division provides funding for games and innovative audiovisual projects (e.g. multiplatform content, virtual and augmented reality) and serial formats (fiction, entertainment and factual) with an annual budget of roughly €6 million. Furthermore, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg provides funding for regional media-related projects and events such as prizes, competitions, festivals, events and conferences. The funded projects include the series MaPa, Wir sind jetzt, Für Umme and the computer games Dorfromantik, Through the Darkest of Times and Trüberbrook. Events and award ceremonies for the media industry, such as the Deutscher Computerspielpreis (German Computer Games Award), are also part of the Medienboard's funding portfolio. Provided by Wikipedia

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