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RIGA: Thirteen film projects will receive state funding under the tender Local Films for Latvia's Centennial.
RIGA: The Latvian National Film Festival Lielais Kristaps, one of the central events of the upcoming Riga International Film Festival, has announced its nominees.
RIGA: The producers of a doc about Latvian athlete Raymond Dombrovsky’s bid to cross North America on roller-skis have launched a kickstarter campaign to fund the film which has also…
RIGA: Acclaimed Latvian director Laila Pakalnina is shooting a period drama, Dawn (Ausma), produced by her own studio Hargla.
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has announced its annual tender for co-funding of foreign productions.
RIGA: Latvian director's Renārs Vimba debut feature Mellow Mud has finished its summer production shoot, producers Alise Ģelze and Aija Bērziņa said.
RIGA: Producer and head of the Latvian Film Producers association Aija Bērziņa has been elected as chairman of Latvian Film Council.
RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has nearly doubled the amount to be given in grants for local film promotion, to 40,000 EUR.
RIGA: National Film Centre of Latvia has renewed the tender for project development support, after a six year break, an indication of the film industry's recovery after the financial crisis.
WARSAW: The hit series format House by the Backwater from Polish public broadcaster TVP has bought by Latvian TV.
RIGA: Latvian born Russian writer/director Yevgeni Pashkevich's feature film What Silent Gerda Knows (Ko zina klusā Gerda) has entered development stage with distribution rights already acquired by Paris-based WIDE.
RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre will finance seven projects under its newly introduced debut film tender.
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia awarded two grants under its new cofinancing tender announced in May 2014.
FNE spoke to Dita Rietuma who made her debut in Cannes as the newly appointed head of the Latvian Film Centre about how Latvia plans to strengthen cooperation with its…
RIGA: The Latvian/Greek/German coproduction Modris, a debut feature by Latvian director Juris Kursietis, is set to be released in Latvia on 24 October 2014.
RIGA: Latvian animations sell to Europe, Middle East and Russia.
Producers have two weeks left to apply for the Baltic Sea Forum for Documentaries.

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