Script to Screen

Since 2001 eQuinoxe Europe has supported the screenwriters and producers of over 250 projects, through its International Screenwriter Workshops and thousands through its Master Classes.

To date, a significant number of projects have been produced, many of them awarded with numerous international prizes, 9 of them have been the country’s candidate to the Academy of Motion Pictures for Best International Film, 2 have been nominated for an Oscar®
and 1 film received the Academy Award for Best International Film.

Realized projects

eQuinoxe Europe is the most intelligently conceived program.

Martin Sherman Playwright, Screenwriter - UK
  • 2024. Currently 5 projects from the countries Albania, Austria, Belgium, Canada, and Germany are in various phases of production.
  • In 2023, "Adiós Buenos Aires" was awarded three Audience Awards - Film Festival Schwerin - Audience Prize for Best Film, the Music and Film Festival Oberaudorf - Arri Audience Award, and the Warsaw Latin Film Festival - Audience Prize Best Film. The film "Touched" celebrated its world premiere in Locarno and received the Golden Leopard for the Actors Isold Hallddórudóttir and Stavros Zafeiris, among others.
  • In 2022, "Clara Sola" was nominated for 9 Swedish Film Awards and received 5, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actress and Best Editing. "Moneyboys" was awarded Best Film and Best Screenplay at the Max Ophuls Film Festival in Saarbrucken, Germany and nominated for 5 Austrian Film Awards.
  • In 2021, "Quo Vadis, Aida?" was nominated for an Academy Award, two BAFTA awards and 5 European FIlm Awards, receiving the European Film Award for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress.  "Clara Sola" and "Moneyboys", both feature film debuts, premiered in the Cannes Film Festival in the sections Directors' Fortnight and Un Certain Regard, respectively.
  • In 2020, during the pandemic and highly competitive film submissions for festivals held "live", had four projects which premiered in three A festivals - Berlin, Venice and Tallinn.
  • In 2019, six films were nominated for 25 national awards in four EU countries - Austria, Finland, Germany and Latvia, and received 11 national film prizes including Best Film and Best Script.
  • In 2018, three films premiered at the Berlinale: "Styx" opened the Panorama Section, "The Silent Revolution" was a Berlinale Special Gala personally selected by the festival director, and "3 Days in Quiberon" was in the Competition.