BUCHAREST: The Romanian Film Centre (CNC) has distributed 5.6 m EUR / 27.9 m RON for the production of feature, documentary and animated films, as well as minority coproductions and debut features in the second batch of grants for 2023.

BERLIN: Germany will take part in the Official Selection and the sidebar sections of the 77th Cannes Film Festival (14 - 25 May 2024) with 11 majority and minority coproductions.

BERLIN: The Erich Pommer Institut (EPI) is thrilled to announce the collaboration between the European Film Business and Law LL.M. | MBA executive master's programme at EPI and Alphapanda, an industry leader in film marketing and distribution.

The following grants were announced by the Romanian Film Centre (CNC) on 3 April 2024.

BUCHAREST / BEVERLY HILLS: Document 56, a Romanian short feature by Christopher Landry has been chosen by The Beverly Hills Film Festival as an Official Selection for its 24th edition in May.

June 27-29 | Copenhagen | Early Bird until May 26: 590 EUR
We are excited to confirm Releases Marketing Director Phil Guy from MUBI as an expert for our workshop. He will share his insights on how to market films digitally so your film can find its perfect audience. We also welcome back to our workshop Tine Klint from Danish distributor Level K, and Wendy Bernfeld from RightsStuff.

The 77th Festival de Cannes will take place this year from 14 to 25 May, 2024. Interest in one of the world's biggest film festivals is greater than ever with more than 2,000 films being submitted. As far as Germany is concerned, a total of 11 productions and co-productions have been selected to screen in Cannes.

The following grants were announced by the National Film Centre of Latvia on 15 April 2024.

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND, 26th April, 2024. Independent film production company, Lamb Films, will launch the crowdfunding campaign for their most ambitious project to date. Set in occupied Czechoslovakia, Rozkvet tells the story of a woman’s struggle to save her family from Nazi oppression. The film aims to shed light on the lesser known history of the persecution faced by the Roma/Romani people. The team believe that the production presents a unique opportunity for an authentic portrayal of the Romani people, who remain underrepresented in mainstream media and, when they are, it is often in a negative light, perpetuating racial stereotypes.

RIGA: Daydreaming So Vividly About Our Spanish Holidays by Christian Avilés (Spain) was awarded the Bronze Anna Grand Prix at the 28th Rīga International Short Film Festival 2Annas, which was held 5 – 11 April 2024.