950x200 videoboard WKFF

The Irish-Czech-Slovak coproduction Foxes (Lištičky) by Slovak director Mira Fornay opened in Slovakia December 10, following its Slovak premiere at the Bratislava film festival, distributed by Continental Film, s.r.o. (www.continental-film.sk).
The Bulgarian NFC selected its final round of films receiving funding in 2009, distributing a total of € 2.3 million.
Romanian Spring, the first feature film from Romanian writer/director Anca Miruna Lăzărescu, is in development as a co-production from Romania, Czech Republic, and Germany.
Art-house director Sulev Keedus is in production with his long awaited third feature, Letters to Ingel written in tandem with script partner, Estoniam literary savant Madis Kõiv.
Dance of Death. Scenes from the Warsaw Uprising from Polish director Leszek Wosiewicz, devoted to one of the most defining moments in Polish history, has finished the first phase of…
Autentic Cinema TV received a green light from the National Audiovisual Council of Romania (www.cna.ro) on December 15, and prepares to air an all-Romanian programme of movies (240 anually) 24/7,…
Red Quicksilver (Punane elavhõbe) is the first Estonian-shot feature by Andres Puustusmaa who directed two features in Russia (notably 1814) and has now returned to his native country.
Following initially promising discussions during the summer, the new administration of the Ministry of Culture will need to cut film funding in 2010.
Bulgarian films, including two awarded features and a documentary film, are attracting local audiences and international distribution.
Dzift, the award-winning neo-noir film debut from Bulgarian director Javor Gardev, is near to closing a deal to sell rights for a Hollywood remake.
Romanian media firm Realitatea Caţavencu will launch Publika TV, a news and business channel, in the Republic of Moldavia starting mid-February 2010.
Multikino, the second biggest Polish multiplex operator, will open its first foreign branch in Vilnius in the first half of 2010.
PRO TV, the Romanian flagship station of Central European Media Enterprises (www.cetv-net.com), announced it will delay the launch of Acasă Clasic TV until 2010.
Katalin Varga, a Hungarian/Romanian/UK co-production, won the European Film Academy's award as European Discovery 2009 on December 12.
FremantleMedia has named Daniela Matei as CEO of it operations in Central Europe.
FNE, the "paperless" newspaper, will launch two initiatives in 2010 to reduce the consumption of paper at international film festivals and events. FNE already contributes to the environment by delivering…
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival that ended on December 6 screened over 260 films from 75 different countries in nine Estonian cities. For the first time films were also shown…
The Polish Film Institute is restructuring its operations to decrease the number of programmes for financing national film production.
David Lynch confirmed his intention to create a film studio in Łódź at this year's Caimerimage Festival, with full details being presented the week ending December 11.
Cypriot filmmakers have organized a festival of works by both Greek and Turkish directors in the spirit of reconciliation between the historically opposing ethnic groups.

fnemarketonline2019

 ffe 2019 ONLINE fne.jpg

logo mob

gif325x230

CEE Animation Workshop CALL 720x480

rusian longtext

FNEAVInnovationNEW

CinemaOfTheMonth072019

docbloc30032017

WhosGotTheMoney

FNE UNIC Update

Fne UnicUpdateNEW

fneAssocLogo315

logoCreativeEurope2019