Vasha, an Estonian-German-Finnish-Irish co-production, was released in cinemas in Estonia on January 23.
The second feature by Venice Horizons winner Veiko Õunpuu, The Temptation of St Tony, premiered October 10 as the opening film of the second multiplex cinema in Tallinn, Estonia.
Buratino, Son of Pinocchio, an Estonian-Russian co-production released on March 12, was presented at this year's Berlin European Film Market as a previously unheard-of-genre piece: a juvenile musical trash-comedy.
Bank Robbery, a feature debut from Andrus Tuisk opened in Estonia on October 23.
The second feature by Venice Horizons winner Veiko Õunpuu, The Temptation of St Tony, is premiered October 10 as the opening film of the second multiplex cinema in Tallinn, Estonia.
Slovenian director Jan Cvitkovič, winner of the 2001 Venice Lion of the Future for his debut Bread and Milk and 2005 Best New Director Award at San Sebastián, is in production with his third film Archeo.
Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev's production company Argo Film is co-producing his second feature film, The Judgment, with Germany's Leipzig-based LE Vision.
Following the completion of 12 shooting days during autumn, Slovenian director Vlado Škafar's debut feature film Father has moved into the postproduction phase.
The first feature of Romanian director Florin Şerban, If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle, will wrap postproduction in Sweden in December.
The young Hungarian director Zsombor Dyga is shooting his new feature thriller Run to Ground.