WARSAW: Netflix commissioned the first locally produced series in Poland, directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik. The title of the series has not been revealed yet. The international premiere is planned for 2018.
BELGRADE: Maša Nešković’s debut feature Asymmetry – Three Teritories / Asimetrija – Tri teritorije is currently shooting in Serbia. It is one of the new Serbian films recently supported by Film Center Serbia.
VILNIUS: Lithuanian director Ignas Jonynas is currently shooting his new feature film Invisible / Nematoma. The shooting of this Lithuanian/Ukrainian/Latvian coproduction started on 4 September 2017 and is scheduled to wrap on 20 October 2017. The film is shot in both Lithuania and the Ukraine.
ESTONIA: The Spanish/Estonian coproduction Constructing Albert, directed by Laura Collado and Jim Loomis, is in the final stages of postproduction and preparing for its world premiere in the Culinary Zinema: Film and Gastronomy section of the 65th San Sebastian International Film Festival.
SOFIA: Acclaimed Bulgarian theatre director Galin Stoev is about to complete the postproduction of his debut feature The Infinite Garden. Shot in Bulgaria and Italy, this poetic love story is expected to become the first Bulgarian urban romance to combine sad elegance with a refined aesthetic style.
BELGRADE: Stitches / Šavovi, the second feature film by Miroslav Terzić, after the acclaimed Redemption Street / Ustanička ulica (2012, produced by Kombajn Film and Pakt Media), has entered postproduction. The film is a Serbian/Slovenian coproduction.
ESTONIA: Janno Jürgens starts shooting his debut feature Rain, a coming-of-age drama dealing with the clash between generations and set to premiere in late 2018. The director’s short film They Say Tomatoes Love Rock Music was nominated for an Estonian Film & Television Award in 2017.
LOS ANGELES: Czech film director Martin Krejčí starts shooting his debut feature The True Adventures of Wolfboy, starring John Turturro, in the US at the beginning of September 2017.
WARSAW: Acclaimed Polish writer/director Andrzej Jakimowski is in postproduction with Once in November / Pewnego razu w listopadzie, a drama inspired by the political climate in Poland. The film will be domestically released by Kino Świat on 3 November 2017.
BUCHAREST: Stere Gulea is in preparation with a sequel to Moromeții, 30 years after his first adaptation of the novel by Marin Preda in one of the most acclaimed Romanian movies of all times. Moromeții 2 is produced by Tudor Giurgiu and it will be domestically released by Transilvania Film on 9 November 2018.