Citadella, a newcomer to the Malta film industry, plans a three-season, 24 episode coproduction with Canada, Germany and the U.K.

FNE asked Joanna Wendorff about the Warsaw Audiovisual Summitt that will take place 11-12 December and why industry decision makers expect this summit to set the agenda for the region in the new Creative Europe.

As Warsaw gets ready to host the biggest Audiovisual Summit in the history of central and eastern Europe 11-12 December FNE asked Joanna Wendorff head of the Polish MEDIA desk about why industry decision makers expect this summit to set the agenda for the region in the new Creative Europe.

Keynote speakers including Jan Truszczyński, Director-General of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture and Bogdan Zdrojewski, Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage will come together with both pan-European and national leaders for the first time not just for discussion but to craft an agenda for future action.

The European Film Forum Scanorama, the most prestigious autumn cinema event in Lithuania, opened yesterday with a screening of Belleville Baby – a nostalgic film about past love by the Swedish director Mia Engberg.

PRAGUE: The Priest’s Children (Interfilm), a Croatian/Serbian coproduction directed by Vinko Brešan, has been nominated for European Comedy 2013 in the annual European Film Awards.

WARSAW: The first Warsaw Audiovisual Summit under the auspices of the Polish Ministry of Culture will bring together the top policy and industry decision makers from the New Europe countries as well as European leaders for the first time 11-12 December 2013 in Warsaw.

Baltic Event, taking place on November 27-29, presents 12 projects in its ninth Co-Production Market. Running for the 12th year in 2013, Baltic Event also highlights 8 projects in the script and pitch workshop POWR Baltic Stories Exchange, 10 projects in Baltic Bridge East by West producers' workshop, and 22 Baltic and Finnish projects in the Coming Soon and Screenings sections.

Ivo Bystřičan has completed work on his documentary My Last 150 Cigarettes.

A beautiful tradition – Festival’s long-lasting collaboration with ARRI – results in high-profile presentations and workshops, led by top filmmakers, with the use of ARRI’s latest, state-of-the-art equipment.

A Canadian/Maltese TV pilot about the earliest days of the Christian church is due to film in Malta at the end of November 2013.

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