VIENNA: Eleven films are competing in the feature competition of the 4th edition of LET’S CEE Film Festival from 1 to 11 October 2015.
The High Sun by Dalibor Matanić is the opening film. The festival will close with the Serbian films Montevideo: Taste of a Dream and See You in Montevideo! both directed by Dragan Bjelogrlić.
One of the highlights this year will be the networking event, Focus on Austrian CEE Coproduction: Things Have Changed !, which will bring together Austrian and CEE producers and the heads of funding bodies in the region. Organised by the FNE Association together with the Austrian Film Institute in the frames of the LET’S CEE FF the event will present funding available for film production in the region and case studies by producers of successful regional coproductions with goal of encouraging more cooperation between Austrian and CEE producers.
LET’S CEE will also offer documentary and short film competitions as well as several sidebar sections including 25- the Retrospective, Antikriegsfilm-Retrospektive, Promising debuts and Young Audience.
LET’S CEE features exclusively high-quality productions from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including the Caucasus region and Turkey. One of the LET‘S CEE Film Festival‘s main goals is to advance the international level of acceptance and distribution of Central and Eastern European films.
FEATURE FILM COMPETITION
Aferim! (Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic) Directed by Radu Jude Produced by HiFilm Coproduced by s Klas Film, endorfilm , Mulberry Development Supported by the National Film Center (CNC), Bulgarian National Film Center and the Czech Film Fund
Body (Poland) Directed by Małgorzata Szumowska Produced by Nowhere Sp. z o.o. Supported by the Polish Film Institute and HBO Poland
Nabat (Azerbaijan) Directed by Elchin Musaoglu
Liza the Fox-Fairy (Hungary) Directed by: Károly Ujj Mészáros Produced by Film team Coproduced by Origo Film Group
No One's Child (Serbia, Croatia) Directed by Vuk Ršumović Produced by Art & Popcorn Coproduced by Baboon Production, Kinorama Supported by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre
The Snake Brothers (Czech Republic)Directed by Jan Prušinovský Produced by Czech Television, RWE Česká Republika Supported by Czech Film Fund
The Fool (Russia) Directed by Yury Bykov The High Sun (Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia) Directed by Dalibor Matanic Produced by Kinorama Coproduced by Gustav film in association with SEE Film Pro
You Carry Me (Croatia / Slovenia / Serbia / Montenegro, 2015, 155min.) Directed by: Ivona Juka Produced by 4 Film Coproduced by Vertigo/Emotionfilm, Sloan Film Production Supported by Croatian Audiovisual Center, Eurimages, Slovenian Film Center, FS Viba Film
Box (Romania, Germany,France) Directed by Florin Şerban Produced by Fantascope, Augenschein Filmproduktion Supported by Romanian CNC, Eurimages
Drawers (Turkey) Directed by M. Caner Alper, Mehmet Binay