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BRATISLAVA: The second session of the postproduction workshop DOK.Incubator (docincubator.net) is accepting observer and consultation applications from Slovak, Czech and Polish film professionals and Slovak film students for the Final Cut workshop, to be held in Bratislava 14-20 September 2012.

TALLINN: Estonia and Russia are coproducing a Russian-language
documentary The New Silk Way directed by Evdokiya Moskvina.

PRAGUE: Director Dora Kapralova is in production with Soilmania, a feature length Czech-German coproduction filmed in Czech, German, and English.

PRAGUE: Czech company Fresh Films is planning an April 2013 premiere for Rozalie Kohoutova's Roma-themed documentary Kesay Tchave.

The Bulgarian documentary Steam and Faith is participating in the 2012 Ex-Oriente Workshop as it prepares for a March 2013 completion date.

Bulgarian production company tanaki films plans a January 2014 premiere for the documentary A Classroom Story from director David Djambazov.

 

{mosimage}The Institute of Documentary film interviews Polish documentary director Marcel Łoziński

{mosimage}PRAGUE: Thirteen films representing twelve countries will participate in the first session of the Ex-Oriente documentary workshop, beginning on 18 June 2012.

{mosimage}PRAGUE: Ten Czech documentary films have been selected to compete for the 2012 Pavel Koutecky Award, named for the respected Czech documentary filmmaker who died in 2006 while working on his film about the iconic Czech leader Vaclav Havel.

The only documentary in this year's selection, Sofia's Last Ambulance by Bulgarian filmmaker Ilian Metev will be presented in the Critics' Week competition in Cannes (May 17 - 25). Co-produced by Bulgaria, Germany and Croatia, the film attended the 2010 East European Forum and the 2011 Doc Launch presentation.