OLOMOUC: Producers and postproduction companies from Central Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Germany and Austria) can apply to the networking event dok.connect till 7 May 2024. The event will be held in Olomouc, Czech Republic, on 26 – 27 June 2024.

POTSDAM: The Erich Pommer Institut has launched the call for applications for the 3rd edition of the career enhancement programme AUDIOVISUAL WOMEN, which will be held November 2024 - April 2025. The deadline for applications is 2 September 2024.

Every year, on 9 May we celebrate Europe Day - the anniversary of the historic Schuman Declaration in 1950, but also the first official step in the creation of the European Union. Numerous events are being held on that day throughout Europe focusing on content that shows the diversity in the Old Continent and promotes European values.

Applications for AUDIOVISUAL WOMEN 2024 open today!
Are you a woman working in the media industry and wondering how to take your career to the next level? Then AUDIOVISUAL WOMEN is the program for you!

Find your co-production partners at dok.connect 2024! June 26-27, Olomouc, Czech Republic

BUCHAREST: The Romanian/Hungarian feature film Libertate directed by Tudor Giurgiu won 10 awards out of 14 nominations at the 18th edition of the Gopo Awards, held at the National Theatre “I.L. Caragiale” in Bucharest on 29 April 2024. Libertate scored in the Best Long Film and Best Director categories, among others.

MUNICH: Roman Ďuriš’s debut Fakir will have its world premiere at the largest festival of documentary films in Germany, DOK.fest Munich, on 3 May 2024. The film talks about breaking toxic generational cycles and trauma, which is a highly relevant topic especially among young people.

COTTBUS: The East-West coproduction market connecting cottbus has opened submissions for feature film projects for its 26th edition (6 - 8 November 2024). Thirteen projects in development will be selected for cocoPITCH and six works in progress for cocoWIP.

BUDAPEST: The Hungarian Film Day, held on 30 April since 2018, is celebrated during a whole week from 29 April to 5 May 2024 with the participation of the National Film Institute – Hungary (NFI) as well as cinemas, TV channels and streaming platforms.

The East-West co-production market connecting cottbus is now open for submissions of feature film projects for its 26th edition (6-8 November 2024).