Submissions have started for "WRITE A SCREENPLAY FOR...", the 6th edition of the script and film pitch contest"

SOFIA: Twelve titles including films produced in Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Romania have been selected for the International Competition of the 28th Sofia International Film Festival, which will be held 13 – 31 March 2024.

WARSAW: Projects in various stages of development and production are invited to apply for the 8th Young Horizons Industry, the international co-production forum for films and series for young audiences, till 19 April 2024. The forum will be held in Warsaw and online 30 September – 2 October 2024.

RIGA: Approximately 30 documentaries will be screened in the competition programmes Baltic Focus and Artdocfest Open at the 4th International Documentary Film Festival Artdocfest/Riga (1 - 8 March 2024).

BELGRADE: Siniša Cvetić’s sophomore feature Lilacs / Jorgovani had its national premiere in the Main Competition of Belgrade’s 52nd FEST ahead of its cinema release across Serbia and the region starting 29 February 2024.

BUDAPEST: The National Film Institute – Hungary (NFI) has declared 2024 as a commemorative year to celebrate 110 years of Hungarian animation and will organise several events throughout the year.

BRATISLAVA: Katarína Gramatová’s debut feature Promise, I'll Be Fine is scheduled to be finished in the late spring of 2024. The film was developed by Gramatová and Slovak producer Igor Engler from DRYEYE Film and it is a Slovak/Czech coproduction.

SIBIU: Students of theatrical arts/film/cultural management, festival managers at the beginning, established festival managers, senior professionals and academic professors with specialised studies in cultural management are invited to apply to the 2nd edition of LINE-UP: International Academy & Networking for Festival, which will take place 30 – 31 May 2024 in Sibiu within the 8th edition of ESTE FILM Festival.

Munich/London, 27 February 2024. Beta Film has released the first image of one of the most epic European TV productions of all time: Rise of the Raven.

Every year, One World Festival brings to cinemas dozens of films that address thought-provoking, societal themes. In light of current events, the demand for information on human rights violations is at an all-time high. One World responds to this with its new programme. In addition to its thematic film categories and works of fiction, the festival will also be offering its traditional competitive sections, opening up a wide range of current topics with films for the International Competition, Czech Competition, the Right to Know section, and the Immersive Films Competition. The twenty-sixth edition of One World International Human Rights Film Festival will unfold in 48 cities across the Czech Republic from 20 March to 21 April. In Prague, audiences can look forward to the festival from 20 to 28 March, which will be followed up with the Prague Echoes segment.