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TALLINN: Animated Dreams (16-20 November 2011, www.anima.ee), the oldest and largest animated film event in Estonia, is accepting film submissions through 15 August 2011.
Rat King, an Estonian-Finnish coproduction, has been granted 250,000 euros in funding from Eurimages, in a decision at the latest meeting taking place in Helsinki.
TALLINN: The city channel Tallinn TV has received a license to broadcast nationally. The license was granted on 13 June. Tallinn TV's license runs until June 2014.
TALLINN: Newly released data shows that 2010 saw Estonian audiences flock to cinemas in record numbers. The total number of admissions reached 2.1 million in a country of 1.3 inhabitants,…
TALLINN: The Estonian NGO Cinema Bus (www.kinobuss.ee), which tours the country with film and animation workshops and screens films in rural areas, has initiated an ambitious project to produce a…
TALLINN: Animated Dreams (www.anima.ee), the oldest and biggest Estonian animation film festival, is accepting submission through 15 August 2011. The festival takes place 16-20 November 2011.
TALLINN: Estonia's three national broadcasters, public broadcaster Estonian TV (ETV, etv.err.ee, operated under ERR which also runs a national radio network),and foreign-owned commercial channels TV3 (www.tv3.ee) owned by Modern Times…
TALLINN: The Estonian Ministry of Culture announced funding support for the production of five film projects being shot as international coproductions with the involvement of Estonian producers. The ministry's total…
TALLINN: Estonian TV channel Kanal 2 will add a third channel to offerings, Kanal 12, scheduled to begin broadcasts on 8 June 2011. Kanal 2 added a women's channel, Kanal…
The Estonian film delegation is now situated in a new location at Cannes: Pantiero, pavillion 212, Estonian Films. A complete list of Estonian screenings and events follows:
TALLINN: Estonia's new government has signed a coalition agreement that promises to develop the technical infrastructure of Estonia's film industry and support the distribution of domestic films. The agreement also…
TALLINN: Cormorants (English title: Farts of Fury), a spoof story of a reunion of a sixties rock band rolled out on 18 March 2011 and scored 10,166 admissions on its…
TALLINN: FOX International Channels (FIC) annouonced on 9 March 2011 the founding of FOX International Channels Estonia OÜ, a Tallinn-based regional headquarters servicing the Baltic region. The new company will…
The Tallinn-based international Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) has started construction of its new building in the centre of city, to be completed by early 2012, which will also…
TALLINN: Estonia is a looking forward to a near-record number of feature releases by domestic directors in 2011. Seven films are set for releases, compared to just 2 in 2010,…
TALLINN: Central Europeans will be pinning their Oscar hopes on a young Estonian filmmaker. Tanel Toom (age 28) has received the first ever Estonian nomination for an Oscar award with…
TALLINN: Estonia's cinema admissions rose by 16% in 2010, amounting to a record-breaking 2.1 million, or a healthy 1.59 admissions per capita. The figure marks the best result since the…
A new tender for a public digital TV license has been announced by Estonia's Ministry of Culture.
Dismal figures, promising prospects. This sums up Estonian film industry's going in the turbulent 2010 year. While public financing, domestic rollout and admission stats have been in a nadir for…
Estonia's public financing for film looks set to remain unchanged from the painfully reduced level of 2010. Altogether, the three major public sources for film financing - the Estonian Film…

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