European Film Promotion's (EFP) Polish Producer on the Move Łukasz Dzięcioł is one of the youngest and most successful film professionals in Poland. Thanks to his experience in the American film industry, he develops projects that modernize the Polish film market.
Hungarian "Producer on the Move" Tamás Liszka is breaking new ground in the field of animation in Hungary, and earning high praise along the way.
Polish Producer on the Move Kamila Polit is a creative multitasking force who left the world of theater and opera for film production two years ago and has already proved to be one of the most promising production coordinators in the industry.
In less than two years, Pavel Bercik fast-tracked from FAMU film school student to a spot as one of the Czech Republic's busiest producers.
For Romania's Producer on the Move Daniel Burlac, a graduate of FEMIS (Paris) and participant in the EAVE and ACE training programmes in 2006 and 2007, working in Romanian cinema is an enriching experience.
Estonian Producer on the Move Anneli Ahven (38), a brilliant workaholic from a group of female producers that have prominently featured in Estonia's film industry for the last decade, has a production portfolio that belies her age.
Bulgaria's Kamen Kalev won international attention with his first film as both director and producer, Eastern Plays.
Slovak producer Silvia Panakova was selected by the Slovak Film Institute for the European Film Promotions' "Producers on the Move" for her first feature film, My Husband's Women, directed by Ivan Vojnar.
Ankica Juric Tilic balances post-graduate studies in literature with her position as chief producer of Zagreb-based Croatian production company she founded in 2003, Kinorama.
Through her independent production company Forum Ljubljana, founded in 1994, Eva Rohrman has recently become one of the most productive producers in Slovenia.