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SOFIA: Bulgaria’s Council of Ministers adopted a draft of an amended Film Industry Act, which must align film industry to the latest European Union rules.
TALLINN: Edith Sepp-Dallas will continue to head the Estonian Film Institute for a new five-year mandate starting 25 March 2018. The decision was taken on 22 November 2017.
BUCHAREST: CASTiNG, one of the few Romanian online original series to date, will be broadcast on YouTube starting 14 December 2017.
TBILISI: The Georgian National Film Center distributed 157,812 EUR / 505,000 GEL for the production of 14 short fiction films. A total of 46 projects have been submitted.
The large group of East European film professionals who attended IDFA – the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (15-26 November 2017) is headed by the Institute of Documentary Film.
SKOPJE: The Macedonian Film Agency announced a new call for production support for feature films, documentaries, short films and animated films.
TBILISI: The first Dolby Atmos system cinema in Georgia will open in Tbilisi on 30 November 2017. The six screen Cavea Galleria Tbilisi with 700 seats will be the fifth…
TBILISI: Ten debut features will compete for the Golden Prometheus (for best film) and Silver Prometheus (for best director) in the main competition of the 18th Tbilisi Film Festival. The…
BERLIN: Ex-Yugoslavia-born producer Cedomir Kolar will receive the European Co-production Award - Prix Eurimages at the European Film Awards Ceremony, that will take place in Berlin on 9 December 2017.
BRUSSELS: The Federation of European Film Directors, FERA, made a public statement welcoming the decision of the Members of the Legal Affairs (JURI) Committee vote in the EU Parliament to…
BRUSSELS: The European Film Agency Directors, EFADs, welcomed the European Parliament Legal Affairs Committee’s support for territorial exclusivity in a statement on 21 November 2017.
STRASBOURG: Film New Europe spoke with Petra Kammerevert, Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education in the European Parliament about the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. MEP Kammerevert…
TALLINN: The Baltic Event Co-Production Market selected 16 projects to be presented on 29 November – 1 December 2017 at the Black Nights Film Festival.
BUCHAREST: The Romanian Film Center (CNC) announced it will give production grants for short and long thematical films in the upcoming grant session. The theme for this session is the…
SKOPJE: The Icelandic/Finnish drama film Heartstone / Hjartasteinn directed by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson, scooped the best film award in the official selection of the 16th Festival of European Film Cinedays,…
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian short The Last Day / Paskutinė diena (2017) by Klaudija Matvejevaitė won the two best film prizes at the Scanorama film festival. Five Lithuanian shorts, three Estonian…
LJUBLJANA: Columbus by Kogonada won the Best Film award of the 28th LiFFe fest on 18 November 2017, while Men Don’t Cry by Alen Drljević racked up yet another award,…
SOFIA: Victor Bojinov’s debut feature, the historical drama Heights, based on Milen Ruskov’s eponymous epic bestseller, opened in first place at the domestic box office with nearly 30,000 admissions on…
ZAGREB: Alen Drljević’s coproduction between Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia, Germany Men Don’t Cry continued its festival success story, winning the Best Film award at the 15th Zagreb FF, which…

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