A band composed of disabled singers is the subject for the Czech documentary Lust for Life by Radovan Síbrt.
Asia Der and Sara Haragonics are directing a documentary about a 41-year-old woman who drastically changes her life and decides to adopt a Romany child.
The VOD portal DAFilms is screening ten documentary films to mark the 15th anniversary of the Ex Oriente programme.
The Good Change by Konrad Szolajski examines the current political situation in Poland.
JIHLAVA: CEE documentary filmmakers have until 30 April 2017 to submit their films for two calls from the Jihlava Film Festival.
Bruno Pavic is in production with a documentary about the effects of industrialisation on Croatia.
Director Eva Pervolovici is preparing a Romanian/French documentary about an abandoned part of Romania that was a monastery and later a political prison.
Mila Turajlic takes us on an archival road trip together with Stevan Labudović, cameraman of Yugoslav president Tito and cinematic eye of the Algerian revolution, in search of what it takes to shoot images that challenge the world order.
Bulgarian multi-genre artist and documentary filmmaker Youlian Tabakov is developing his second long documentary, God Overestimated Me. This Bulgarian/Swedish coproduction is set for production in 2018.
The deadline for submissions for the 14th East Silver Market, Jihlava is 30 June 2017. The call is open for completed documentaries produced/coproduced in the region of Central and Eastern Europe after 1 January 2016.