BUCHAREST: Following the international success of the animated documentary Crulic: The Path to Beyond, director Anca Damian is developing Eden Hotel, a psychological drama she is also producing through Aparte Film (www.apartefilm.net).

JIHLAVA: Jan Gogola, Jr.'s new documentary is an intimate portrait of the contemporary Czech artist Kateřina Šeda who is binding ordinary people through projects combining art and social initiative. Jiři Konečný is producing through endorfilm (www.endorfilm.cz).

JIHLAVA: Georgian director/producer Alexander Kvatashidze is in production with a feature documentary on war correspondents. The film will be a Georgian-Dutch-Estonian-French coproduction.

JIHLAVA: Romanian director/producer Alexandru Solomon is working on Tarzan's Testicles, a feature documentary on the Abkhazian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Pathology and Therapy, established in 1927, a renowned primatology center during the Communist era where scientists tried to crossbreed humans and monkeys to demonstrate the triumph of the Revolution over religion.

JIHLAVA: Estonian producers Elina Litvinova from Allfilm (www.allfilm.ee) and Marianna Kaat from Baltic Film Production (www.bfp.ee) are developing The New Silk Way, a feature/TV documentary directed by Evdokiya Moskvina set for shooting early spring-late summer 2013.

JIHLAVA: FNE asked Hana Rezková about new trends in the documentary market and the projects the IDF (www.dokweb.net) runs not only at Jihlava IDFF but throughout the year.

BUCHAREST: Dan Chisu's Chasing Rainbows, will be released on 2 November 2012 in eight Romanian towns and on 15 screens.

BUCHAREST: Radu Muntean (The Paper Will Be Blue, Boogie and Tuesday after Christmas) once again teams up with fellow screenwriters Răzvan Rădulescu and Alex Baciu, DOP Tudor Lucaciu and production company Multimedia Est (www.mme.ro) for One Floor Below.

ZAGREB: Igor A.Nola of Mainframe -Zagreb (www.mainframeproduction.com), the Croatian coproducer of Srdjan Dragojevic’s hit comedy Parada, is hoping to replicate its success with a slate of four films that includes at least two more international coproductions.

Hrvoje Osvadić was elected in June 2012 to head of the Croatian Producers Association (HRUP, www.hrup.hr). He spoke to FNE about the challenges he faces in his new position and the most important issues for the Croatian film industry.