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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.
RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has launched its first tender for coproduction funding.
Latvian film industry represented at the Cannes film market
RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has initiated a new tender to support young filmmakers' debut projects.
Governmental bodies in both Latvia and Lithuania have banned broadcasts of Russian state TV channels.
RIGA: National Film Centre of Latvia will give nearly 1.5 m EUR in grants to 28 projects.
RIGA: Film critic Dita Rietuma has been elected the new director of the Latvian Film Centre, replacing long-time director Ilze Gailite-Holmberga who resigned in January 2014.
Four foreign films in development have won some 400,000 EUR through the co-financing program of the National Film Centre of Latvia, according to the organization. The winning projects scored the…
RIGA: Two years after the Latvian film festival Arsenals was forced to shutter due to insufficient funding, plans are underway to launch the Riga International Film Festival, taking place in…
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has announced a tender for film production funding with a total available sum of 1,489,135 EUR.
In the 64th Berlin International Film Festival two Latvian animations are selected and will be shown in section Generation Kplus – Daces Rīdūze’s Little Rudy and Jāņa Cimmermaņa Vasa, from…
RIGA: Ilze Gailite-Holmberga, director of the National Film Centre of Latvia, has officially resigned from her duties.
RIGA: Latvian filmmakers will team up with Romanian director Adina Istrate to produce the film Riga-2041, the first 3D film from Latvia.
RIGA: Film professionals don't see Latvia's accession to the Eurozone on 1 January 2014 as a radical change for the local film industry and market, both foreign and domestic.
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has opened applications for its annual competition for co-financing foreign films through 31 January 2014.

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