PARIS: Konstantin Bojanov’s third feature The Shameless has been selected for the Un Certain Regard competition of the 77th Cannes Film Festival, which will be held from 14 to 25 May 2024.

PRAGUE: Half of the eight projects selected for the dok.incubator rough-cut workshop 2024 are produced or coproduced by companies from FNE partner countries.

The dok.incubator workshop announces its final selection of documentaries for 2024. From circumstances that turn life upside down and clashes of different worlds to one's healing journey – the variety of topics to be unfolded at this year’s workshop creates a powerful and touching mosaic of today.

WIESBADEN: Films by Mladen Đorđević and Tinatin Kajrishvili are among the 16 titles selected for the main competition of the 24th goEast - Festival of Central and Eastern European Film, which will be held in Wiesbaden 24 – 30 April 2024.

After the success of its 2023 edition, the Arthouse Cinema Training (ACT) will return to Berlin from 19 to 25 August 2024. The only programme of its kind worldwide, the ACT gathers independent arthouse cinema professionals from across the globe for a week-long intensive workshop on running an arthouse movie theatre and advancing film culture. In 2023, cinema professionals from over two dozen countries and four continents, for one week, turned the German capital into the centre of the arthouse movement. For its 21st edition, the Training will return to Holzmarkt, an event campus in the heart of the German capital. In its 21-year history, over 1,000 independent cinema operators and industry representatives from 60 countries have participated in the programme.

BERLIN: The Arthouse Cinema Training (ACT) will return for its 21st edition to Holzmarkt, an event campus in the heart of Berlin, from 19 to 25 August 2024.

The 29th edition of the Vilnius International Film Festival attracted over 105 000 spectators

Vilnius, Lithuania - [April 11, 2024] - The largest film festival in Lithuania, Vilnius International Film Festival (VIFF), has pleased auteur cinema lovers all over the country for two weeks, attracting 105,408 people on March 14–27. The festival organizers say that this year, VIFF has returned to the volumes of previous editions, leaving behind the challenges of the pandemic.

BUCHAREST: Romania is relaunching its cash rebate scheme in May 2024, as the Government has approved amendments proposed by the Office for Film and Cultural Investments (OFIC) on 21 March 2024, and the application procedures were submitted for public consultation on 8 April 2024

ZAGREB: Skam, the groundbreaking format from Norway's NRK, is getting a new adaptation in Croatia, titled Sram and produced by CGM Films for the Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT). The series is set to be broadcast on HRT1 starting in the fall of 2024.

PODGORICA: A EAVE on Demand tailor-made workshop for Montenegrin producers was held at the Montenegrin Cinematheque in Podgorica on 9 April 2024. The event was organised in partnership with the Film Centre of Montenegro and MEDIA Desk Montenegro.

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