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BELGRADE: The 11th Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival, which runs 7 – 14 May 2018, will screen 12 films in its international competition and another nine films in the Serbian…
RIGA: Three of the top five films at the Latvian box office are domestic releases, accounting for 28 percent of the market share. The boom is led by Aigars Grauba’s…
PLZEN: The big winner of the 31st Finale Plzen film festival (running through 24 April 2018) was Slovak actor-turned-director/writer/producer Peter Bebjak. His film The Line won the Golden Kingfisher Award…
WIESBADEN: The Estonian/Dutch/Polish film November directed by Rainer Sarnet won the Golden Lily for Best Film at the 18th edition of goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film,…
HAMBURG: CEE producers are strongly represented among the 20 participants selected for the 19th edition of Producers on the Move by European Film Promotion (EFP).
PLZEN: Czech-French coproductions appear to be entering a mature stage, judging by the comments of participants discussing collaborations between the two countries. And in many cases, Czech producers are taking…
PLZEN: The Estonian government has decided to give more funds for filmmaking, following the success of it’s one-off “Estonia 100” project to celebrate the country’s centennial of independence in 2018.…
SOFIA: Agnès Varda’s and JR’s Faces, Places, coproduced by France’s CineTamaris, JRSA and Rouge International, grabbed the Best Documentary Film Award of the Master of Art International Documentary Film Festival.…
PRAGUE: The 53rd Karlovy Vary IFF will honour the recently deceased Oscar-winning Czech director Milos Forman at its opening ceremony on 29 June 2018 with a screening of his 1966…
COLOGNE: The European branch of the International Cinema Technology Association (ICTA) will give its 2018 New Build Cinema of the Year award to the Cinestar 4DX, Mall of Split, Croatia.
PRAGUE: The 74th Congress of FIAF, the International Federation of Film Archives, is running from 22 to 27 April 2018 in Prague, hosted by the National Film Archives of the…
VIENNA: The Slovenian/Croatian film Ivan directed by Janez Burger won the Best Feature Film prize at the 6th LET’s CEE film festival, which closed on 22 April 2018.
PLZEN: Shrinking budgets and time slots are reducing foreign programming and documentaries on Slovenia’s public broadcaster RTVS.
TBILISI: SOFA – School of Film Agents is holding a workshop in Georgia for the second year.
WARSAW: The 71 Cannes Film Festival has just added three more films to its competition lineup, produced with minority coproduction partners from Poland, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
BUCHAREST: The new feature film Donbass by Sergei Loznitsa, which will open Cannes’s Un Certain Regard on 9 May 2018, is currently in postproduction. The film is a German/ French/Ukrainian/Dutch/Romanian…
PRAGUE: The Czech Film Fund has announced grants for thirteen Czech minority coproduction projects of all genres in 2018, as a sign of the growing awareness by Czech filmmakers of…
BUCHAREST: A Romanian documentary, Untamed Romania / România Neîmblânzita, had a surprisingly strong opening in domestic release, debuting in the fourth place.
NICOSIA: Abel Ferrara will hold a masterclass as part of the industry programme of the 16th Cyprus Film Days festival, which opens on 19 April 2018, running through 28 April.

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