Romanian director Radu Gabrea continues his screen adaptations of Romanian born Saxon writer Eginald Schlattner's novels, this time with The Red Gloves (Mănuşile roşii).
Romanian director Andrei Zincă is in preparation to film Puzzle for a Blind Man, an adaptation of Argentinian playwright Mario Diament's Blind Date for Castel Film Studios.
Slovak director and producer Peter Kerekes found co-producers for his film on cosmonauts while participating in European Film Promotion's Producers On the Move at Cannes.
Hungarian director Judit Elek will begin filming her Communist-era co-production Returning Home in Sweden in July.
Hungarian communist era leader Janos Kadar is the subject of a documentary by Peter Muszatics, now finishing post-production.
William Tell: The Legend the second movie produced by Alison Semenza and Todd Moyer's Flagship Films will start shooting September 1 in Romania.
Polish Film Studio KALEJDOSKOP will be working with Slovenian Arcus Film on a musical documentary.
Director Audrius Juzėnas is shooting the Lithuanian feature film The Excursionist (Ekskursantė) through May 23 in Vilnius.
Shot in five weeks in Sofia and Istanbul, Kamen Kalev's debut Eastern Plays, a look at Sofia's underground youth life, screens at Director's Fortnight before its fall release in Bulgaria.
Foxes (Lištičky) (www.listicky.cz), a co-production from Slovakia, Ireland and the Czech Republic written and directed by first time director Mira Fornay, has completed a half year shoot on locations in all three countries and is currently in post-production.