The animated film Stones from Slovak director Katarina Kerekesova is in the final stages of postproduction.
Short film Palme d'Or winner Marian Crişan (Megatron, 2008) is in postproduction with his feature debut, Morgen, the story of a Romanian whose passion for fishing brings the surprise of his lifetime.
Hungarian director, Bálint Kenyeres, European Film Award (www.europeanfilmacademy.org) short film winner, has finished the script for his feature debut Yesterday based on Agota Kristof's novel, and the project is now in preproduction.
Cristi Puiu's third feature Aurora is in the last stages of postproduction with the expectation that the film will be submitted to Cannes Film Festival this year.
Polish director Leszek Dawid has just finished shooting his debut feature Ki, a drama about the problems of a young single mother.
Following The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks around the Corner, the first Bulgarian film sold in 25 territories, director Stefan Komandarev is developing a cross border drama The Judgment.
A historical adventure drama about a Lithuanian folk hero Tadas Blinda. Pradzia (www.tadasblinda.lt) directed by Donatas Ulvydas is shooting on locations throughout Lithuania.
The world release of one of the anticipated Czech criminal thriller Kajínek, based on a true criminal case of the murderer Jiří Kajínek, is postponed to August 5, producer and director Petr Jákl of J.B.J. Film Production (www.jbj-film.cz) announced.
Slovenian director Metod Pevec is filming his fourth movie, The Weight of the Sky for production company Vertigo/Emotionfilm.
A Novel for Men based on the latest novel from Czech bestselling author Michal Viewegh begins shooting on March 12, producer Rudolf Biermann from Infilm (www.infilm.cz) announced.