This year for the seventh time FNE together with FIPRESCI organised the ratings of all feature films in the main Crystal Globe competition, and for the first time the Proxima competition of the official Karlovy Vary International Film Festival programme by international critics attending the Festival.

VALLETTA: Johann Grech has received a new three-year mandate as the head of the Malta Film Commission (MFC).

VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Council for Culture and the Lithuanian Film Centre have allocated 126,000 EUR as grants for Ukrainian artists who fled Ukraine.

ENISALA: Eight projects have been selected for the 8th edition of the Pustnik screenwriting residency, a Romanian initiative hosted for the first time by the Enisala Safari Village in the Dobrogea region from 10 to 17 September 2022. Over 70 applications from 40 countries were submitted.

Now in its eighth year, Pustnik has announced the participants of its debut-focused screenwriting residency, to be hosted in Enisala village, Romania, September 10-17. The selection was made from over 70 applications from 40 countries.

2021, Tbilisi, Georgia. Tina (24) is lost, broke and far from home. An act of infidelity has left her both ostracized by family and friends, and carrying the physical and emotional scars of her now imprisoned husband Datuna’s violent attack.

TALLINN: Baltic Event Co-Production Market has launched its call for applications. This year, they are welcome earlier, till 15 July. The industry event of the Tallinn Black Nights IFF also announced deadlines for TV Beats Co-Financing market and Script Pool Tallinn.

BUCHAREST: Eleven films including Polish, Czech and Romanian coproductions are in the selection of the 2nd edition of Cinefemina, a festival dedicated to women in the film industry that is being held in Bucharest 7-10 July 2022.

KARLOVY VARY: The Eastern Promises industry platform of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, whose 56th edition is running 1-9 July 2022, announced its winners on 6 July 2022.