TALLINN: Cinema admissions in Estonia reached 2.6 million in 2014, the highest number since it regained its independence in 1991, according to the Estonian Statistics Board.
TALLINN: The Estonian National Film Producers Union (ERPÜ) announced that it was accepted into the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) during organization’s General Assembly in Cannes on May…
TALLINN: The Black Nights Film Festival, held in Tallinn on 13-29 November 2015, and the European Commission announced their collaboration to explore the future of European cinema at a conference…
Market screenings of Estonian Films
TALLIN: The Baltic states' Forum Cinemas parent company Nordic Cinema Group has been acquired by UK-based private equity group Bridgepoint.
TALLINN: The fourth edition of Baltic Bridge East by West (B'EST) is calling for 12 participants to take part in the event. Seven of the selected projects will be from…
VIENTIANE: Oree Films embarks on Estonia's first ever co-production with Laos and France on the set of Dearest Sister, a supernatural drama set in Laos’ capital Vientiane. The film is…
TALLINN: The US produced Spring by Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson shot to the top of iTunes horror genre list for a week. Spring's special effects were done in Estonia…
TALLINN: Estonian Film Institute has announced the first round of this year’s minority coproduction grants. The grants total to 190,000 EUR out of the annual budget of 280,000 EUR and…
TARTU: The City Council of Tartu, Estonia’s second largest city, formally approved the launch of a regional cash rebate fund and set the fund’s initial annual budget at 150,000 EUR.
TALLINN: Elmo Nüganen’s historical epic 1944 has set a new opening weekend record in Estonia with 19,030 admissions.
LONDON: The Estonian and Georgian ambassadors along with the cream of the London filmmaking community turned out for a pre-Oscar screening of foreign Oscar contender Tangerines at the EBRD last…
TBILISI: Zaza Urushadze's Oscar-nominated drama Tangerines was bought by the American independent film company Samuel Goldwyn Films to be released later this year.
TALLINN: With more cinemas and digital screens opening, cinema-going stays popular in Estonia as admissions reached 1.97 per capita in 2014. The box office was predictably dominated by Hollywood children’s…
Estonian films screenings at EFM
Estonia looks set to launch its own cash rebate system for incoming productions after the general elections on March 1st. Pending governmental approval the new financial vehicle may open for…
TALLINN: The Estonian Film Institute has announced its first feature film production grants for 2015. The support goes to Toomas Hussar’s Spy and Poet, produced by Allfilm in co-production with…

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