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BELGRADE: Screening in the East of the West competition, Withering/Odumiranje by Miloš Pušić is a Serbian-Swiss coproduction investigating the conflict between generations and Serbia’s current fascination with Western Europe.

ZAGREB: Croatian films are continuing their ascent on the domestic market in the first half of 2013, exceeding the trend that started in 2012 when admissions tripled compared to 2011. 

ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre announced production and preproduction grants for feature films and short films for a total amount of 2,725,620 EUR (20,410,000 HRK).

ZAGREB: Croatian filmmakers are predicting an increase in foreign film productions when the country becomes the 28th member of the European Union on 1 July 2013.

MOSCOW: Directed by Natasha Merkulova and Alexey Chupov, Intimie mesta / Intimate Parts is an erotic drama debut feature set in contemporary Moscow which investigates with irony and humour the way modern people deal with intimate secrets.

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.