The Lithuanian-French documentary film Sharunas Bartas, an Army of One directed by Guillaume Coudray is now in postproduction.
Poligamy the debut feature of Dénes Orosz, is a romantic comedy with a twist. ,
The Days of Desire, a black and white film directed by József Pacskovszky, was originally intended as a television movie, before a decision was made to produce it as a feature film.
The Camera Murderer, a German language psycho-thriller from director Róbert Pejó (Dallas Pashamende) is a chamber film, taking place in a house over a lake.
The Bunkerman, The seventh feature of documentary filmmaker Dezső Zsigmod is based on a true story.
Slovak director Mira Fornay who premiere of her Irish-Slovak-Czech feature debut Foxes at Venice, will present her second film project Brat (My Dog Killer) at the Berlinale Co-production Market February 14-16.
The beginning of production on Kolorádó Kid the debut film of journalist András Vágvölgyi B. dates back to 2006.
Lull, the second feature in competition from director Tamás Sas, is a chamber drama, a triangle of three women on a boat.
After four year of gathering materials, Normalization, a full-length docu-tragedy by Slovak director Robert Kirchhoff, has gone into post-production.
Film director Plamen Masslarov (14 Kisses, 1997; Mayor, Mayor, 1990; The Judge, 1986) and head of the Bulgarian National Film Archive announced that his Bulgarian-Russian co-production The Ravishment will be released in cinemas on February 12.