ISTANBUL: Celebrated Turkish photo artist Selim Gunes is in production on his first feature film Snow White produced by Istanbul based Augostos Film (www.agustos.com). The film was one of nine feature film projects selected to be funded by the Turkish Ministry of Culture this year.
A Novel for Men, a bittersweet comedy based on the novel from Czech bestselling author Michal Viewegh, has finished shooting in Slovakia and moved to Czech exteriors, producer Rudolf Biermann from Infilm (www.infilm.cz ) announced.
Bogdan Dumitrescu Dreyer is in preproduction with So I Say starring Gerard Depardieu and Harvey Keitel, with shooting set for August 28 - October 9, 2010, in the Romanian city of Sighişoara.
Czech director Jiří Strach will shoot two movies based on novels by best-selling Czech author Miloš Urban, coproduction company Czech television (www.ceskatelevize.cz) announced.
House, based on an award-winning script by Slovak director/writer Zuzana Liova, started shooting in Slovakia on March 20.
The first national IT romantic drama Love.net ended a three part shooting that took place between October 29, 2009 and March 29, 2010.
Lidice, a Czech-Polish war drama from director Alice Nellis, will begin shooting in June, producer Adam Dvořák, head of production/distribution company Bioscop (www.bioscop.cz), announced.
The Slovak documentary film Little Violet Robinson from director Tina Diosi is planning distribution in summer 2010.
The well-loved Czech comic book series Čtyřlístek (The Four-Leaf Clover, refering to four life-long friends ) will be adapted into a full lenght animated film combining classic animation with 3D.
Kuky Returns (Kuky se vrací), a feature film by Oscar winner Jan Svěrák combining live action and puppet animation is in post-production prior to its May 20 release.