Tartu Film Fund


Tartu Film Fund was established in 2015 by the Tartu Centre for Creative Industries to promote the shooting and post-production of international full length feature films, documentaries, short and animated films and TV series, as well as support Estonian production companies providing production services for international film projects and international film companies.

Under the cash-rebate scheme executed by the fund, the rebate for a single project is up to 20% of eligible expenditure incurred in Tartu or Tartu County.

Eligible expenditure includes the salaries of the local members of the film crew and local actors as well as goods and services purchased in the Tartu area such as hotel and accommodation related services, transportation related costs, rental of rooms and equipment, catering services, construction security services, public utility costs and other services related to the production of the  selected film project selected by the Tartu Film Fund Committee.
 
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Cine-Regio representative - Ms. Kristiina Reidolv


Kristiina Reidolv is the General Manager of Tartu Centre for Creative Industries, which is also representing Tartu Film Fund.

In the years 2012-2019 she was the Executive Manager of the Performing Arts Centre Vaba Lava (Open Space), Estonia. She was responsible for creating the organisation of Vaba Lava and building up 2 theatre venues in Tallinn (Telliskivi 60a/C1) and Narva (Linda 2).
In the years 2009-2012 she was the Executive Manager of Estonian Association of Performing Arts Institutions.

Kristiina Reidolv is doing a PhD in theatre research at Tartu University, Estonia. During PhD studies she has been a visiting fellow at the School of the Arts of Columbia University (USA) and the School of Arts of the University of Kent (UK).

She has a M.A. in Philosophy specializing in analytical philosophy of art. Her minor was in theatre studies and art history. In 2009 she was fellow student at Baltic Film and Media School.

Kristiina Reidolv has been the member of the board of Estonian Association of Performing Arts Institutions and Estonian Association of Independent Theatre Companies. She is a member of the Association of Scholars in Theatre Studies and the International Federation of Theatre Research (IFTR).

Kristiina Reidolv, the Member of the Board of Tartu Centre for Creative Industries (TCCI): ”In the forthcoming years TCCI will prioritise the development of the audio-visual sector in the Tartu region and further growth of the Tartu Film Fund by encouraging investments into both infrastructure and support services in order to be more accessible to both local and international filmmakers as well as make Estonian film visible worldwide.”
 
 

 

Contact


Tartu Film Fund
Tartu Centre for Creative Industries
Kalevi 13, Tartu 51010
Estonia

kristiina@lmk.ee
info@tartufilmfund.ee

+372 55 25258

www.tartufilmfund.ee