PORTOROZ: With a title using the pejorative term for inhabitants of Slovenia who are of Serbian, Bosnian or Croatian descent, Chefurs raus, screening at the Portoroz fest, was also a notorious graffiti slogan that sparked a nationwide public debate on xenophobia.

PORTOROZ: A debut feature by director Rok Biček, Class Enemy, screening at the Portoroz fest, is a youth drama revolving around the suicide of a young girl. Her classmates are convinced that their strict German teacher is to blame, leading to rising tension as the situation approaches a boiling point.

WARSAW: The "DigiTraining Plus: New Technologies for the European Cinemas of theFuture" took place in Warsaw and Cracow 28 August - 1 September 2013. 

TAMPERE: This month we speak with Juha Elomäki, theatre manager of Arthouse Cinema Niagara, Tampere. The theatre opened in 1985, but it is has been operating under its current name since 1992. It is the oldest and the biggest Finnish arthouse cinema.

TAMPERE: This month we speak with Juha Elomäki, theatre manager of Arthouse Cinema Niagara, Tampere. The theatre opened in 1985, but it is has been operating under its current name since 1992. It is the oldest and the biggest Finnish arthouse cinema.

NANCY: France's Aye Aye fest, celebrating the best in documentary work with a strong focus on projects from CEE countries, kicks off today. East Silver titles including Sofia winner Sickfuckpeople and Helena Trestikova's Private Universe are generating buzz.

 

The Czech government has ended months of delay in implementing this year's round of cash back film production incentives, a systemic snag caused by the collapse of the administration of Petr Nečas in June.

VENICE:This year for the first time Film New Europe together with FIPRESCI would like to hear from all journalists attending the Venice Film Festival.  You also have a chance if you are one of the first 20 to sign up to receive a beautiful box set of classic Oscar nominated films courtesy of the Polish Film Institute (PISF).

TBILISI: Levan Koguashvili's Blind Dates, which won the works-in-progress prize at Karlovy Vary this summer, is being repped by Germany's Films Boutique as it head to the Toronto IFF for an international premiere.

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