MOSCOW: Alexandra Strelyanaya’s feature follows two young people as they meet on the Kola Peninsula and fall in love in a perfect landscape that fits their ideal of love, surrounding beauty and cinema.

BUCHAREST: Alien Film Productions and Multi Media Est are developing Bogdan Bărbulescu's first feature, a tragicomedy set to be released in 2016.

Nejc Gazvoda’s second film is love story between a young Danish woman and a young Slovene woman meeting at the precise moment when they shouldn’t have met.

КYIV: Ukrainian director Olena Fetisova and French director Serge Avedikian are paying homage to the great Armenian director Sergei Paradjanov through a feature encompassing his genius and his struggle with Soviet authorities.

BUCHAREST: Writer/director Dan Chişu started shooting Bucharest Non-Stop, his fifth feature, on 17 June 2013.

BUCHAREST: Anca Damian's new feature A Very Unsettled Summer, a Romanian-Czech-Swedish-Scottish coproduction, is in postproduction with the premiere set for autumn 2013.

BUCHAREST: Romania’s leading filmmakers are supporting cultural exception, arguing that it should be kept with all costs. 

CLUJ-NAPOCA: Anand Gandhi's Ship of Theseus (India) was awarded the Transilvania Trophy and a prize of 15,000 EUR at the 12th edition of the Transilvania International Film Festival which wrapped on 9 June 2013. 

NICOSIA: Writer/director Yeliz Shukri is investigating the fate of thousands of Turkish-Cypriot girls sold into marriage between 1920 and 1940 through the story of one of them. 

BUCHAREST: Laura Capatana-Juller’s debut film, an 80 minute observational documentary about two young sisters waiting for their parents to return from Spain where they have worked for 11 years, screens in Romanian Days at TIFF 6-8 June 2013.

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