Meet the creators of 9 series projects together with 3 development executive participants, who were selected for the 2021 edition of our TV Launch program:

16 th – 24 th April 2021

Rialto Theatre, Limassol & Zena Palace Cinema, Nicosia

The 19 th Cyprus Film Days International Festival 2021, which is scheduled to take place from the 16 th to the 24 th of April 2021, co-organised by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth and the Rialto Theatre, announce this year’s programme of screenings in the Viewfinder section.

In the framework of the 19th Cyprus Film Days International Festival 2021
and in partnership with Thessaloniki International Film Festival Agora

Dot on the Μap Industry Days, the co-production, training and networking platform within Cyprus Film Days IFF will be held online between 21-23 April 2021, and announces this year’s selected feature fiction film projects to be pitched at its co-production forum-Dot on the Map Meeting Point.

Dot on the Map Industry Days is organised by the Cyprus Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth and the Rialto Theatre in partnership with Thessaloniki International Film Festival Agora. It is supported by the Directors Guild of Cyprus.

The 19th Cyprus Film Days International Festival 2021, which will take place from the 16th to the 24th of April 2021, co-organised by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth and the Rialto Theatre, announces this year’s programme of screenings in the Glocal Images international competition section.

After its strongly felt absence the past year, Cyprus Film Days 2021 returns to Rialto’s big screen in Limassol and Zena Palace Cinema in Nicosia, from the 16th to the 24th of April 2021. Organised by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth, the festival is scheduled to take place in the physical presence of the audience.

Overcoming the challenges imposed by the ongoing pandemic, and in full compliance with all applicable measures, the Festival opens curtain on this 19th Cyprus Film Days edition, welcoming its audience live, and inviting the island’s cinephiles to Spring’s annual cinematic celebration.

16 - 24 April 2021

Back together: online workshops, screenings, competitions!

The International Cyprus Film Days for Children and Youth 2021 presents a fresh and innovative programme for Children and Youth in this 7th edition, which is scheduled to be held exclusively online.

Five fascinating workshops by film professionals, as well as online screenings of four films for children and youth make up this year’s edition, which will take place from the 16th to the 24th April 2021, in the framework of Cyprus Film Days International Festival, co-organised by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth and the Rialto Theatre.

Another edition of the Krakow Film Festival, taking place in difficult times for the world and culture, is ahead of us. The latest films from all over the world, qualified for the prestigious documentary film competition, will take the viewers on a journey to an alternative reality without any traces of the pandemic, but full of equally serious problems. The films from esteemed festivals, as well as long-awaited world premieres, will compete for the Golden and Silver Horns in front of the international jury. Among them, there are 2 Polish productions.

PRAGUE: Nine series projects and three development executive participants from Lithuania, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Romania, Croatia and the Czech Republic have been selected for Midpoint TV Launch 2021.

The Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) has initiated a network of festivals operating in the territory of common language of the former Yugoslavia. Alongside SFF, the network members are several prominent festivals: the Belgrade Auteur Film Festival (Serbia), the Zagreb Film Festival (Croatia) and the Herceg Novi / Montenegro Film Festival (Montenegro). The network, supported by Creative Europe, forms a strategic partnership that aims to stimulate the circulation and promotion of independent European film and talent in a common-language region with a population of 15 million inhabitants. It focuses on the creation of new audiences and on the augmentation of the overall organisational and operational capacities of its partners by introducing the most up-to-date advances in technology.

Every year, several outstanding Polish productions are included in the international competitions at the Krakow Film Festival. In the prestigious group of the latest and the most important films from all over the world, they have a chance to vie for the highest festival trophies and recognition of the domestic audience and the film industry from Poland and abroad. This year, in the international film competition, we will see the films “No hero at all” by Michał Kawecki and “Walk with Angels” by Tomasz Wysokiński.