The winner is AFRIKA by Maya Vitkova-Kosev from Bulgaria.
CLUJ-NAPOCA: The 17th Transilvania IFF (25 May – 3 June 2018) Romanian Days will screen 13 features, including five world premieres. An additional 22 shorts will also be shown.
VILNIUS: Sobibor, a Russian/German/Lithuanian/Polish coproduction filmed in Lithuania, opened in the second place in Lithuania.
The following grants were announced on 11 May 2018 and are the only grants allotted by the Romanian Film Center for 2018.
CANNES: The Croatian documentary Srbenka by director Nebojša Slijepčević received the Doc Alliance Selection Award at the Cannes FF on 12 May 2018.
CANNES: UK/Dublin based production house F&ME is building on its CEE partnerships, working on coproductions with Lithuania, Slovakia, Romania, Georgia and the Czech Republic.
This year the festival of Czech and Slovak cinema in Paris will commemorate the anniversary dates that constitute the history of Czechoslovakia, notably its creation in 1918 and the Prague Spring in 1968.
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