For the first time in the history of the Transilvania International Film Festival, the 21st edition
of the event will include a competition dedicated to documentary film. 10 unique works by first and
second feature-length documentary filmmakers from all over the world will compete this year for the
What's up, doc? award, which has become increasingly popular with TIFF audiences in recent years.

PODGORICA: Montenegrin writer/director Sead Šabotić has finished shooting on his long documentary Once upon a Family / Porodica na određeno vrijeme, which is supported by the Film Centre of Montenegro.

SARAJEVO: Nine projects were selected for the CineLink Co-production Market and seven for the CineLink Drama at the upcoming edition of CineLink Industry Days within the Sarajevo Film Festival (12-19 August 2022).

Cinelink Industry Days Reveals Projects Selected For the Co-Production Market and Drama Strands and Announces a New Award

Submissions are now open for connecting cottbus, the East-West co-production
market at the FilmFestival Cottbus on 9-11 November 2022.

BRUSSELS: Cinema groups from Poland (Helios), Serbia (Blitz CineStar), Czech Republic (CineStar) and Slovakia, are among the inaugural Giants of Exhibition: Europe listing, ranking the top 50 European cinema groups by screen count.

STRASBOURG: Quo vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić has been voted by the European public and the members of the European Parliament as the winner of the second LUX Audience Award. The announcement was made on 8 June 2022.

COTTBUS: The 24th edition of the East-West co-production market connecting cottbus (coco,  9-11 November 2022) is now accepting project submissions. The event will take place on-site with some features held online.