BUCHAREST: Claudiu Mitcu (Two of Us/Noi doi) is in postproduction with the documentary The Network/Reţeaua which he is producing with Ada Solomon and Călin Peter Netzer through his company Parada Film, the same company that produced Child's Pose/Pozitia copilului.

ZAGREB: The Croatian domestic film market share and number of releases were up in 2013, but funding for film production and international coproductions declined in 2013.

ZAGREB: Croatian filmmaker Dalibor Matanić will begin shooting the Croatian-Slovenian coproduction The High Sun/Zvizdan on 22 September 2014. The film is now in the location scouting and casting phase.

BUCHAREST: 25 Romanian feature films received financing in 2013, the highest number since 2009. Admissions and gross box office also increased, but the number of cinemas decreased by five, according to the Yearbook 2013 published by the Romanian Film Center (CNC).

BUCHAREST: Viacom International Media Networks, a division of Viacom Inc. launched Paramount Channel in Romania on the DTH platform Digi at the beginning of June 2014.

This month we spoke to Urszula Biel, the manager of Kino AMOK from Gliwice, Poland. Opened in 1993, AMOK is an art house cinema specialised in Polish and European films. It operates within Gliwice Musical Theatre in a building from 1928 located in the center of Gliwice. The cinema has two digitalised halls of 339 and 51 seats.

This month we spoke to Urszula Biel, the manager of Kino AMOK from Gliwice, Poland. Opened in 1993, AMOK is an art house cinema specialised in Polish and European films. It operates within Gliwice Musical Theatre in a building from 1928 located in the center of Gliwice. The cinema has two digitalised halls of 339 and 51 seats.

CLUJ-NAPOCA: Rodrigo Sorogoyen's feature Stockholm was the big winner of the 13th edition of Transilvania IFF, which wrapped on 8 June 2014.

LJUBLJANA: Two years after a popular and intriguing teaser posted on YouTube, student Oscar nominee Žiga Virc is shooting his awaited docu-fiction Houston, We Have a Problem, based on the urban myth of Yugoslavia selling its secret space programme to the US in March 1961 followed two months later by president Kennedy announcing that the USA would go to the moon.

FNE together with Europa Distribution is launching a new chapter of the Distributor of the Month section. This time we focus on new strategies in film distribution and the importance of domestic film festivals in releasing new titles. We will also be looking at what distributors can do in order to prevent piracy.

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