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FNE at Baltic Event 2016: Works in Progress Unveiled


TALLINN: Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event have announced the 12 films from the Baltic region in production or postproduction to be presented in the Works in Progress programme.

The Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event Works in Progress sessions take place on 20 and 21 November 2016.

The Works in Progress programme started 15 years ago as a regional showcase part of the Baltic Event. Last year upcoming international films were added to the programme, with a total of 26 films selected for 2016. Sales agents from more than 30 companies are scheduled to attend Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event this year in connection with the annual Europa International conference. Three awards will be given out at the end of the presentations.

The Baltic region Works in Progress are:

Bille (Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic)
Directed by Inara Kolmane
Produced by Film studio DEVINI, touchFILMS, Studio 2, MagicLab

The Dissidents (Estonia, Finland, Latvia)
Directed by Jaak Kilmi
Produced by Taska Film, MRP Matila Röhr Productions, Film Angels Productions

The End of The Chain (Estonia)
Directed by Priit Pääsuke
Produced by Alexandra Film, Luxfilm

The Eternal Road (Finland, Estonia, Sweden)
Directed by AJ Annila
Produced by MRP Matila Röhr Production, Taska Film, Anagram

Foam at the Mouth (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland)
Directed by Janis Nords
Produced by Tasse Film, ArtBox, Madants

Law of the Land (Finland, Norway)
Directed by Jussi Hiltunen

The Man Slayer. The Virgin. The Shadow (Estonia, Lithuania)
Directed by Sulev Keedus
Produced by F-Seitse, Era Film

The Man Who Looks Like Me (Estonia)
Directed by Andres Maimik, Katrin Maimik
Produced by Kuukulgur Film, Kinosaurus Film

Monk (Georgia, Estonia)
Directed by Zaza Urushadze
Produced by Cinema24, Allfilm

Miracle (Lithuania, Bulgaria, Poland)
Directed by Egle Vertelyte
Produced by In Script, Geopoly, Orka

Portugal (Estonia)
Directed by Lauri Lagle
Produced by Allfilm

Zero Impunity (Luxembourg, France)
Directed by Stéphane Hueber-Blies, Nicolas Blies, Denis Lambert