RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia awarded two grants under its new cofinancing tender announced in May 2014.

RIGA: The Latvian/Greek/German coproduction Modris, a debut feature by Latvian director Juris Kursietis, is set to be released in Latvia on 24 October 2014.

RIGA: Latvian animations sell to Europe, Middle East and Russia.


RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has launched its first tender for coproduction funding.

RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has initiated a new tender to support young filmmakers' debut projects.

RIGA: National Film Centre of Latvia will give nearly 1.5 m EUR in grants to 28 projects.

RIGA: Film critic Dita Rietuma has been elected the new director of the Latvian Film Centre, replacing long-time director Ilze Gailite-Holmberga who resigned in January 2014.

RIGA: Two years after the Latvian film festival Arsenals was forced to shutter due to insufficient funding, plans are underway to launch the Riga International Film Festival, taking place in Latvian capital and this year's European Film Awards ceremony from 2 - 11 December 2014.

RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has announced a tender for film production funding with a total available sum of 1,489,135 EUR.

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