MAKING WAVES: New Romanian Cinema

November 29-December 5, 2012

New York, NY (November 5, 2012) -- The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Romanian Film Initiative are pleased to announce the continuation and reinvention of the yearly festival dedicated to Romanian cinema in New York City. MAKING WAVES: New Romanian Cinema continues the celebrated Romanian film series in New York and will take place at the Film Society of Lincoln Center from November 29 to December 5, 2012. The festival will offer a panorama of the best in Romania’s newest contemporary filmmaking, including features, documentaries and shorts, along with retrospectives of Romanian filmmakers, special programs, panels, and a series of conversations on the political and policy shifts currently affecting arts and culture in Central and Eastern Europe.

A mid-length documentary directed by Radka Franczak about a unique nun, that shows her artistic talent and her remarkable spirit will compete with several other documentaries and features during most prominent Polish film festival in France.

Last Call for the Best Film Industry Event of the Season:

Tallinn Black Nights Industry Days waits you!

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival invites you to join the IndustryDays - the biggest winter season event for film professionals in theregion bringing together award winning filmmakers, producers,founders, festival and film world organizers from Asia, Europe to North-America.

The top movers from Asian and American independent industry from producers to financiers, festivals and institutions are meeting up in Estonia on 26-28 November to boost their cooperation across continents, Estonia and North Eastern Europe. Multinational hits, Asian project markets, potential of genre biz, and crowd funding are tackled in a two day meet with a unique finance and matching program with local startup and risk capital leaders.

FNE asks Estonian producer and Baltic Event helmer, Riina Sildos about this year’s 11th edition of the event and about the reorganisation of the structures that underpin the Estonian film industry.

BRATISLAVA: Georgian cinema continues to reach beyond its borders with the first ever Days of Georgian Cinema, wrapping today in Bratislava after four days of screening seven Georgian films in Slovakia.

PARIS: Sofia Film Festival helmer and Bulgarian producer, distributor and exhibitor Stefan Kitanov has been awarded this year’s Europa Cinemas Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Kitanov runs the Dom na Kinoto cinema in Sofia.

TIFF traditionally hosts the international competition of films, including first and second long features of European directors. The Festival considers it utmostly important to present the selection of the films and thus introduce new faces of European cinema, directors that create the cinema of the future.
10 films will be in competition at 13th edition of Tbilisi International Film Festival. The head of the international jury will be the famouse Iranian film director Mohsen Makhmalbaf. On 8th of December, Closing Gala 2 main prizes will be awarded: Golden Prometheus - for the best film, Silver Prometheus - for the best director.

Only nine more days before European filmmakers, EFA Members, guests, nominees and winners will gather to celebrate European cinema at its finest at the 25th European Film Awards in Malta.

Tallinn Black Nights Industry Days Nov 26-27, Nordic Hotel Forum, Estonia offers you for the last week industry accreditation for the amazing price of 55 EUR!


to meet, network, learn and do business with the top film professionals of Europe, North-America and Asia.

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