Dadi Film meeting with Qvisten Animation at Sino-International Company Meetings in Cannes
One-to-one meetings at BtD Sino-European Project Lab in Berlin
Mr. Miao Xiaotian, President of CFCC, speaking at our Sino-European Production Seminar during EFM 2018
Conference on "adapting novels for the big screen" by famous novelist / screenwriter Yan Geling at Sino-European Project Lab 2017
"Panel on arthouse cinema in China" at China Co-production Day during Marché du Film 2017 in Cannes



  Sino-European Forum & Pitching

What's new in the Chinese film market? How to sell your films to China at the right price? Are you European film professionals looking for suitable Chinese projects to work on? Or are you a Chinese film professional looking for reliable and experienced partners from Europe?

On Wednesday, 26 February 2020, we will host an intensive one-day Sino-European forum and pitchings together with the European Film Market. Apart from increasing the knowledge of Europeans on the Chinese market, this edition will include a new format focusing on the pitching of Chinese projects that are looking for opportunities in Europe. For more information please see here.

UPDATE: We are in close touch with EFM regarding the outbreak of 2019-nCoV and will take necessary measures according to the policies of the German authorities. We are monitoring the situation as it develops and will keep our selected participants posted. Thank you for your understanding. 


Following the success of four previous editions, Bridging the Dragon has held the first leg of its yearly Project Lab in Beijing this October. The Project Lab is an immersive workshop and inspiring think-tank for projects suitable for collaboration between Europe and China. 8 European and 8 Chinese projects with a clear perspective of Sino-European collaboration were invited to participate and meet with experts from both Europe and China. For more information and photos of the event please see here.



On 14–19 October 2019, Bridging the Dragon organised the first official delegation of the German film industry to China in collaboration with the German Federal Film Board (FFA), Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Film and Television Fund Bavaria (FFF Bayern). The objectives of the delegation were to give delegates a sense of the Chinese film industry, to provide an initial understanding of the Chinese market procedures, to follow-up on the Chinese-German co-production treaty, and to facilitate discussions on potential collaborations. For more information please see here.

With the support of Creative Europe - MEDIA Programme of the European Union