Estonian Film Foundation

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The Estonian Film Foundation (Estonian: Eesti Filmi Sihtasutus) is Estonia's public film funding organization financed from the state budget of the Republic of Estonia. Founded in 1997 by the Estonian Ministry of Culture, the foundation finances and promotes film productions where at least one participating producers is an independent Estonian production company; Establishes and develops international film contacts and supports Estonian filmmakers training and maintains the Estonian film database.,[1][2]

Estonia is a member of European Film Promotion, Media Plus, European Audiovisual Observatory and Eurimages.