Partners' Awards

At the TFL Meeting Event, TorinoFilmLab’s partners award a variety of collateral prizes backing the further development, production or post-production of projects coming from the current programmes ScriptLab and FeatureLab. Plus, this year the Post-Production Award will be offered to a former TFL project in a very advanced development stage. Down below is an overview of the prizes. They are assigned to some ScriptLab and FeatureLab projects during the annual TFL Meeting Event in November.


Eurimages Co-production Development Award 

The Council of Europe’s Eurimages Fund has joined forces with TFL to award the Eurimages Co-production Development Award: a cash-prize of € 20,000. This award has been created to promote the Fund’s role in encouraging international co-production from the initial stages of a project and it will be attributed to one project, selected among the ScriptLab ones, by a dedicated team of jurors that will consider the basis of its artistic quality, its development stage and its prospects of becoming and remaining an international co-production involving at least two member states of Eurimages. 

CNC Award 

CNC - Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée awards a grant of € 8,000 for the further development of one of the projects from the TFL ScriptLab programme 2023, supporting the respective writer/director in the work after the participation in TorinoFilmLab. The decision will be taken by an international Jury after having listened to the pitches and having met the projects. 

Arri Award

ARRI, leading designer and manufacturer of camera and lighting systems as well as system solutions for the film, broadcast, and media industries, will offer a grant of   10,000 to a selected FeatureLab project. This endowment will be provided to support the implementation of a visual concept for the selected project. Following the project pitches and individual meetings, a decision regarding the award will be made by an ARRI representative.

ArteKino International Award

ArteKino provides € 6,000 for a further development of a project coming either from the ScriptLab or FeatureLab programmes.

Sub-ti Access Award 

In order to promote accessible contents of the film for audiences with sensory disabilities, Sub-ti Access Srl. (Turin), will offer to a FeatureLab project subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired, and audio description for the blind and visually impaired, with audio subtitles, in English or Italian. The SDH file and the audio described soundtrack for DCP will be provided (value upto € 5,000). 

Sub-ti Award 

The prize, offered by Sub-Ti Ltd. (London), will provide one of the FeatureLab projects with English, Italian or German subtitles. The subtitles will be provided in a format for DCP inclusion (up to € 2,000).


The International Emerging Film Talent Association (IEFTA) is a Monaco based organisation dedicated to empowering filmmakers from emerging regions across the globe. IEFTA awards € 3,000 cash prize to one ScriptLab or FeatureLab project involving one writer/director from emerging regions. This prize aims at fostering global inclusivity, recognising diverse narratives and encouraging international cooperation.

EWA Award

The EWA Network - supporting female audiovisual professionals through community building and networking opportunities, capacity building programs and access to the audiovisual industry - will assign a € 1,000 grant and a free membership to join the network to one female writer/director coming from the current edition of ScriptLab.

Post-Production Award 

The Post-Production Award is offered and assigned by TFL's partners APostLab in collaboration with Filmmore and Posta. This opportunity is specifically dedicated to former ScriptLab and FeatureLab projects currently at an advanced stage of development or financing. The winning project will receive a grant of € 10,000 in creative image post-production services at Filmmore and € 10,000 in creative services at Posta sound studio, both based in Amsterdam. The producer will also be the recipient of a full scholarship to participate in the annual post-production workshop of APostLab.

Alumni of TFL can apply for the award during the call for participation, which is published annually in July and August. The winner will be announced during the TFL Award Ceremony in November, in the frame of the TFL Meeting Event.

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