Seven CEE film projects will be presented at Doc Launch taking place in 6-8 March 2013 in Prague
Serbia took home the Best Documentary prize at the 24th Trieste Film Festival.
The Georgian documentary "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear" will screen in the World Cinema Documentary Competition at the Sundance IFF.
Creative documentaries from Eastern Europe are eligible to apply for IDFA's Bertha Fund, which has a deadline of 1 February. Read the full story on the IDF website.
The application deadline for Ekran, a training programme organized by Wajda Studio and Wajda School, is 21 January 2013. Participation is free.
Documentarian Nikolaus Geyrhalter has a gift for connecting the dots in Europe's increasingly industrialized world, as his compelling work in Abendland and Our Daily Bread illustrate.
A look back at the 25th edition of IDFA and the CEE films presented this year at Europe's most significant documentary festival. Click HERE to read the full story on DokWeb.
Films from Southeastern Europe were on view at the Human Rights film festival in Sarajevo.
JIHLAVA: Poland took home two Silver Eye awards, and Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia were also among the winners at the East Silver film market.
JIHLAVA: Ex Oriente continues it partnership with the Jihlava IDFF, but with a lower profile, offering a week-long workshop that begins on 22 October 2012.
Click HEREto read full article on IDF