The Count Of Monte Cristo To Kick Off The Second Mediterrane Film Festival Amongst An Array Of Award-Winning Industry Speakers Including Seven-Time Oscar Nominated Writer-Director Mike Leigh, Six-Time Oscar Nominated Production Designer Nathan Crowley And Two-Time Oscar Nominee Yorgos Mavropsaridis, Editor Of The Favourite, Poor Things And Kinds Of Kindness

The Deputy Ministry of Culture, on the recommendation of the Cinema Advisory Committee (SEKIN), distributed 526,296 EUR for the production of one long documentary and two minority coproductions, as well as for the script and project development of seven and nine projects, respectively.

A new edition of Animation Think Tank, an industry conference meeting organized by CEE Animation Workshop in collaboration with the Animafest World Festival of Animated Film, was held in Zagreb on June 4 and 5. High-level animation industry professionals from different territories and production environments joined two Zagreb sessions to discuss the main topic: an International Co-Development Support Mechanism for animated projects.

Zagreb, 11.06.2024. - Last weekend in Zagreb, began filming for the children's movie "Glavonja," featuring five talented young actors. The story of ten-year-old Alisa and her older autistic brother Milan, who, along with three young detectives, embark on a somewhat surreal adventure, is directed by Marina Andree Škop and Vanda Raýmanová.

The leading documentary pitching event in the Baltic countries, Baltic Sea Docs, has finalized the project selection for its 28th edition, scheduled to take place in Riga on 1-6 September 2024. The selection includes 22 projects currently in development and production, as well as four projects in the post-production stage in the forum's “Coming Soon” session.

The documentary has been selected for the International Competition at the 35th edition of the FID Marseille Festival, which will take place from June 25 to 30, 2024

This fall, the biggest film event of Latvia, Riga International Film Festival (RIGA IFF) will delight the senses of filmgoers with more than 100 screenings of bold and fresh filmmaker visions, selected from the world’s most prestigious film festival programmes, as well as from the kindred Baltic Sea region cinema. Uniting both local audiences and foreign guests, with its motto, Witnessing the World of Another, the programme will be screened over 11 days, 17-27 October, at the festival’s main venue, cinema Splendid Palace, as well as Forum Cinemas, the National Library of Latvia, and online throughout Latvia.

CEE Animation, a one-stop shop for Central and Eastern European Animation, will once again participate at MIFA, the world’s biggest animation market, taking place from 11 - 14 June in Annecy. Besides promoting Central and Eastern European animated films, authors, and their projects, CEE Animation’s activities in Annecy will include various networking opportunities as well as meetings between project holders and international co-producers.