BELGRADE: The Serbian production company Firefly Productions has opened an office in London, which will be led by former BBC and Channel 4 executive Kate Snell.

BERLIN: The Greek/Polish/Slovenian coproduction Apples by Christos Nikou and Quo Vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić, a coproduction involving Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, the Netherlands, France, Poland, Norway, Germany, Romania and Turkey, are among the five films nominated for the European University Film Award (EUFA) by the European Film Academy and Filmfest Hamburg.

The European Film Academy and Filmfest Hamburg take great pleasure in announcing the five nominated films for the European University Film Award (EUFA). Introduced in 2016, this award is presented by university students from across Europe. Based on the European Film Awards Feature and Documentary Film Selections 2021, these are the nominations

NICOSIA: The Greek film Man of God directed by Serbian-American Yelena Popovic and starring Aris Servatalis, Alexander Petrov and Mickey Rourke, is the first film topping the Cypriot box office for the four weeks in a row, with over 270,000 admissions in both Cyprus and Greece.

WARSAW: Documentary projects at any stage of production can apply to Golden Fruit Plan until 30 September 2021. The pitching programme is focused on projects from Europe and China, meant for audiences from Europe and China.

Dear Documentary Filmmaker,

We would like to invite you to take part in the new documentary pitching program GOLDEN FRUIT PLAN.

Golden Fruit Plan is focused on film projects from Europe and China, meant for the audiences from Europe and China. We are looking for the films capable to share the experience and culture of both regions, cultures ad civilizations.

LJUBLJANA: Stay Safe, an experimental short film written, directed and produced by best-selling and award-winning Slovenian writer, screenwriter and film director Miha Mazzini, is a story about an ordinary couple in the safe world of tomorrow, full of apps and gadgets, who are slowly going crazy understanding their lack of control over their lives.

LIMASSOL: Sixteen short films made by emerging and established Cypriot directors have been selected for the National Competition Programme of the 11th International Short Film Festival of Cyprus, organised by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth and the Rialto Theatre from 9 to 15 October 2021.

PLZEN: Eight films are vying in the Feature and Animated Films Competition of the 34th edition of Finale Plzen, which will wrap on 29 September 2021.

PRAGUE: The Swedish/Danish/Norwegian film Charter by Amanda Kernell won the main competition of the 28th edition of the Prague International Film Festival – Febiofest. The festival took place in person in Prague from 17 to 24 September 2021.