VILNIUS: Three Lithuanian films will have their premieres at the Scanorama European Film Festival which kicks off its four city tour in Vilnius on 6 November 2014 and runs through 23 November.

TALLINN: Sixteen Estonian documentary projects have received funding for 2014.

VILNIUS: Young Lithuanian producer/director Romas Zabarauskas is turning to crowdfunding for his third film, You Can’t Escape Lithuania.

BRATISLAVA: Six Slovak films will screen in the Made in Slovakia section of the Bratislava IFF running 7-14 November 2014.

FNE spoke to Georgian producer Vladimer Katcharava who heads the Tbilisi based production outfit 20 Steps about shooting films in Georgia and his work as a coproducer on Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s new film The President which shot on location in Georgia with Georgian actors.

BRATISLAVA: A Czech film and a Slovak-Czech coproduction are among the films screening in the 16th Bratislava IFF competition of first and second films.

PRAGUE: Central European Media Enterprises reported another quarter of rising revenues, with 2014 quarter three net revenues up 7 percent over 2013, at 140m USD.

CEE documentary filmmakers screen their films at Leipzig's DOK.Incubator before their releases.

In recognition of a unique and dedicated contribution to the world of film, the European Film Academy takes great pleasure in presenting Agnès Varda with the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for her outstanding body of work.

KALKARA: The Malta Film Commission, in the midst of one of Malta’s busiest film production years, announced its relocation to new offices at the Mediterranean Film Studios.