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ZLIN: The 60th edition of the Zlín Film Festival has been postponed from 29 May-6 June 2020 to 4-10 September 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Transilvania IFF is receiving applications for its coproduction platform Transilvania Pitch Stop while waiting until April to decide if it will postpone its 19th edition.

The Transilvania International Film Festival team continues to receive projects for the newest edition of Transilvania Pitch Stop (TPS) until March 31st. The industry event is scheduled to take place on 5-6 June in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Postponed film releases, halted filming of feature films, documentaries and TV series and huge losses for dozens of film companies and thousands of people working in film industry and the related areas. The representatives of Audiovisual Producers' Association (APA), uniting more than 100 production companies, summarize the situation connected to the measures taken to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

Productions funded by the Polish Film Insitute in the 1st session of 2020 - production and development of film projects for young viewers and family audiences

KRAKOW: Submissions for CEDOC MARKET (Central European Documentary Market), formerly known as DOC LAB POLAND Co-Production Market, are open until 31 March 2020. The market will be held in Krakow on 4-5 June 2020.

At this time of global health crisis, our thoughts go to the victims of the COVID-19 and we express our solidarity with all of those who are fighting the disease.

PARIS: The Festival de Cannes has announced that the festival will not be held 12 to 23 May 2020 as scheduled, due to the Corona Virus crisis. Several options are being considered in order to preserve its running, the main one being a simple postponement, until the end of June-beginning of July 2020.

Resulting in the state emergency declared by the Estonian government, the 15th Haapsalu Horror and Fantasy Film Festival is currently postponed or may take place online.

The One World Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, whose organisers decided to interrupt the festival on Wednesday, 10 March, in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, will make its films available to viewers online. In cooperation with the DAFilms.cz online cinema, the festival will present the selected films from all of the festival’s categories which were scheduled to be screened during the remaining days of the festival. From Thursday, 12 March to Tuesday, 17 March, viewers will be able to watch the available documentaries on the dafilms.com and oneworld.cz websites from the comfort of their homes. On Friday, 13 March, the world premiere of the film Dog Love by Linda Kallistová Jablonská will be exclusively available online. The individual films are available for watching online for CZK 59 per film.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the decision of the WHO to declare a pandemic and safety measures implemented by the Czech Republic as well as many other European states, we have to postpone our activities planned for April and early May.