RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has opened applications for its annual competition for co-financing foreign films through 31 January 2014.
The Latvian film industry has begun a process of revival after hitting a low point in 2008 when Latvian economy was one of the hardest hit in the 2008 financial…
FNE interviews Latvian documentary producer Madara Melberga, selected to participate in the 2013 Emerging Producers workshop at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
RIGA: The Riga International Short Film Festival 2ANNAS running through 27 October 2013 will unspool its Baltic competition on 25 October.
Applications for Latvia's first cash incentives for productions close Friday, the country's National Film Center has announced. The program, announced 25 June, is a first for the Baltic countries, aimed…
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has announced a tender for co-financing of foreign film productions, with applications accepted through 26 July 2013.
RIGA: The Latvian government has approved a grant of 500,000 euros for a co-financing programme for foreign producers making films in Latvia. 
LONDON: London-based documentary sales agency Taskovski Films announced the sale of Documentarian to Canadian distributor Kinosmith.
WARSAW: Polish based sales company New Europe Film Sales announced the sale of all rights for Latvian film Mother I Love You to South Korea. 
CANNES: The Riga Film Fund announced six international productions which will receive 313.547 Latvian lats (446,139 EUR) in cash rebates.
Latvia Films will participate in Cannes Film Market from May 15 to May 25. We are located in Village International Pantiero, Pavilion 223.
RIGA: Latvia will provide 300,00 Lats (426, 864 EUR) for foreign film production taking place in Latvia.
The Baltic Bridge East by West (B’EST) is accepting submissions from producers with film projects in development through 15 June 2013.
RIGA: Ivars Belte has been appointed Board Chairman of Latvian State Television (LTV)
The 27th European Film Awards will take place in Riga on 13 December 2014, during Riga’s tenure as a European Capital of Culture.
VILNIUS: The Latvian basketball film Dream Team 1935 will premiere in Kaunas, Lithuania, on 21 February 2013.
FNE asks Ilze Gailite Holmberg about developments in the Latvian film industry in 2012, the major achievements in the last five years and about the things still to be done.

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