The Czech Film Center (CFC), which became part of the National Film Archive in 2013, is continuing in its traditional activities at the most prestigious international film festival in the Czech Republic, the Karlovy Vary IFF. Like every year, the CFC will issue the Czech Films brochure for the 48th annual Karlovy Vary festival and it will also be continuing with the Czech Film Corner stand, professional facilities for film industry visitors, which proved its worth last year, just like the presentation of prepared projects with co-production potential - Pitch & Feedback.

RIGA:  The Latvian government has approved a grant of 500,000 euros for a co-financing programme for foreign producers making films in Latvia. 

Two Romanian coproductions, one Lithuanian film, one Latvian film, and one Polish coproduction were among the 21 European films to receive funding at the latest round of Eurimages which concluded on 21 June.

Please note that the deadline for feature film submissions is 30th June 2013. That’s in 5 days. Late entries will be accepted subject to a fee. If you have already submitted your film please make sure that a DVD screener reaches us as soon as possible. Deadlines for other categories vary.

Yesterday, June 24, began the third edition of MECEFF – Mediaş Central European Film Festival, the only event in Romania focused on the neighboring countries of the so-called "Central Europe".

Film New Europe (FNE) invites you to participate in our critics film ratings. 

Tanuki films is in production with a Bulgarian documentary about the educational system in present-day Bulgaria. Read the full story on Dokweb.

PRAGUE: Time Warner has received approval from the European Commission to exercise voting rights in Central European Media Enterprises (CME) proportionate to its 49.9 stake in the Central European broadcasting company. 

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