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FNE at Berlinale 2018: Latvian Film in Berlin
Latvia will be at the MGB stand G10
FNE Country Report 2017: LATVIA
RIGA: Ahead of Latvia's Centennial, which will be celebrated throughout 2018, the support for local film production steadily increased to 9,109,016 EUR in 2017, with more than 2 m EUR…
PRODUCTION: Aigars Grauba in Postproduction with 3m EUR Latvian Historical Drama The Pagan King
RIGA: Director Aigars Grauba is currently in postproduction with English language historical drama The Pagan King, starring British actor James Blurr and Swedish actor Edvin Erre. Made with a budget…
Swingers See Lithuanian, Norwegian and Finnish Remakes
RIGA: The comedy Swingers by Andrejs Ekis will have remakes in Lithuania, Norway and Finland. Latvia’s 2016 box office hit was already adapted by Platforma Filma in Estonia and the…
Latvia Approves Convention on Cinematographic Coproduction
RIGA: Latvian government approved the Council of Europe Convention on Cinematographic Coproduction on 28 November 2017. The National Film Center is in charge of its implementation. The Convention on Cinematographic…
FESTIVALS: Chronicles of Melanie Wins Lielais Kristaps Fest
RIGA: Latvian/Czech/Finnish coproduction Chronicles of Melanie directed by Viesturs Kairišs won the Best Feature Film award at the Latvian national film festival Lielais Kristaps, which concluded on 14 November 2017.
PRODUCTION: Russian/Latvian/Czech Coproduction Starts Shooting in Latvia
RIGA: Michael Idov’s debut feature The Humorist started shooting in Jurmala, Latvia. The film is a coproduction between Russia, Latvia and the Czech Republic, and is set to be finished…
Chronicles of Melanie to Represent Latvia in the Oscar Race
RIGA: Chronicles of Melanie directed by Viesturs Kairišs was selected by a panel set up by the National Film Center to be Latvia’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film…
Latvian Family Film Breaks Admissions Record in Opening Week
RIGA: Varis Brasla's family film Grandpa Is More Dangerous than the Computer has become the most successful domestic family film in the opening week with over 13,000 admissions. The film,…
FESTIVALS: Riga IFF Announces Lineup
RIGA: Ten long films were selected for the main competition of the Riga International Film Festival, set to take place from 7 to 17 September 2017.
PRODUCTION: Ivo Briedis Deconstructs the Soviet Man in Documentary Telebridge
RIGA: In his new documentary Telebridge Ivo Briedis is deconstructing the concept of the Soviet man through the eyes of the last Soviet and first post-Soviet generation. The project was…
Baltic Film Days Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Baltic Countries
RIGA: The National Film Center of Latvia, the Estonian Film Institue and the Lithuanian Film Centre are launching Baltic Film Days (22-24 August 2017), an event that will celebrate the…
Latvian Films for Latvian Centenary Programme Launch
RIGA: Latvia launches its jubilee film programme Latvian Films for Latvian Centenary on 17 August 2017 with the premiere of Varis Brasla's family film Grandpa Is More Dangerous than the…
GRANTS: Latvia Announces Minority Coproduction Grants
RIGA: National Film Center of Latvia has allotted 300,000 EUR to eight minority coproductions including two feature films, one animated film and five documentaries.
PRODUCTION: Ivars Zviedris in Production with The Smuggler
RIGA: Acclaimed documentary filmmaker and DoP Ivars Zviedris is currently in production with The Smuggler, a story set on the Latvian/Russian border.
FNE IDF Doc Bloc: The Smuggler
Latvian long documentary The Smuggler, currently in production, follows a guy who is helping immigrants to get across the border between Russia and Latvia.
GRANTS: Latvia Supports Seven Projects in 2017
RIGA: The National Film Center of Latvia distributed 858,013 EUR to seven projects in its 2017 grant rounds.
GRANTS: Latvia Funds Three Coproductions
RIGA: The National Film Center of Latvia chose three projects to support with coproduction grants totaling 350,399 EUR, financing two fiction films and a TV documentary series.
PRODUCTION: Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Czech Republic Producing WWII Drama Bille
PRAGUE: The Prague based post-production house Magiclab continues its foray into coproduction with the Latvian/Czech/Lithuanian/Polish family drama Bille directed by Inara Kolmane and based on the novel by acclaimed Latvian…
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