Film Fund Luxembourg
- AIMS provides online application forms for film funding with granular detail, both at project and budget level
- AIMS provides an intuitive user-led experience for all stakeholders, from applicant to decision maker
- AIMS is adaptable and transparent, allowing for multiple payments by flexible instalment and the related accountability required for variable payments based on the finished work’s receipts
Film Fund Luxembourg’ mission is to promote and foster an environment in which the country’s film production industry can develop and flourish. The fund implements and manages the programmes through which the Luxembourg government provides financial support to audiovisual productions. Film Fund Luxembourg offers support for audiovisual productions to be carried out by a Luxembourg registered film production companies.
The most challenging element in the design of online applications for film funding is the level of detail required, both at the project and budget level, and how to gather this information with an intuitive user-led experience.
The allocation of these grant decisions for film production are taken by a committee several times a year, after application checks and specialist review. If the request is approved, the Film Fund and the recipient sign an agreement. The grant is payable in flexible instalments.
Film Fund Luxembourg use AIMS to manage their National Audiovisual Production Support programme. This is a selective scheme which provides discretionary loans to producers to finance development and scriptwriting, distribution and production/coproduction for fiction, animation, documentaries, short films, transmedia projects, repayable from the finished work’s receipts.
AIMS provides a fully online portal for all applicants, users and other stakeholders for complete management of the entire end-to-end grant lifecycle.
The AIMS solution allows film makers to make repeat applications at every stage of the film making life cycle. They can provide full breakdown of project costs on an on-going basis, updating these where appropriate even during the life span of each award.Back to all case studies