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CANNES: Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof’s A Man of Integrity is screening in Un Certain Regard in Cannes this year. The Iranian/Czech coproduction was shot in Iran with Prague based VFX and post production studio Magiclab providing post-production.

CANNES: The Serbian Film Centre and the French CNC have signed an audiovisual cooperation agreement in Cannes on the exchange of professional experience and know-how. The French will provide specialists on audiovisual legislation, film archives and anti-piracy.

CANNES: Today and tomorrow FNE is proud to present the great line-up of films from our region that will be screening in Cannes over the next few days. Be prepared for some exciting discoveries. See below.

CANNES: The Cannes Critics Week and the ACID have announced their selections completing the final round of films for the Cannes 2017 lineup.

CANNES: The 49th edition of the Cannes Directors Fortnight has announced its official lineup of 19 feature films and 10 shorts.

CANNES: The 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival (17-28 May) has unveiled its official selection and the Latvians and Lithuanians will be on the Croissette as coproducers of Sergei Loztnitsa’s new film A Gentle Creature, which will screen in the main competition.

VIENNA: The 5th edition of the Let’s CEE Film Festival www.letsceefilmfestival.com gave the top prize for best feature film to the Hungarian film Kills on Wheels directed by Attila Till. 

VIENNA: FNE has teamed up with Let’s CEE Film Festival for its first edition of Let’s CEE Industry Days from 23 to 24 March in Vienna.

BERLIN: Director Oren Moverman returns to Berlin with his competition entry The Dinner boasting star power that includes Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan and Rebecca Hall.  Born in Tel Aviv the US based director and screenwriter has a prestigious track record as both. 

BERLIN: Hungarian cinema seems to be on a winning streak after László Nemes’s Son of Saul taking a string of international prizes including the Oscar for best foreign film. Now Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi’s On Body and Soul screens in the main competition in Berlin with a film that looks set to be another Hungarian international hit.