B2B Doc, in collaboration with the Institute of Documentary Film and with the support of the International Visegrad Fund, is looking for Ukrainian documentary projects to take part in the B2B Doc-arranged workshop and pitch at the East Doc Platform (March 24-30, Prague). The call is aimed at industry professionals from the Visegrad countries.The submissions close on February 28, 2023.

New Horizons Association and Kids Kino International Film Festival invite producers to submit their projects to pitchings at Kids Kino Industry. International co-production forum will take place from 3 to 5 October in Warsaw as part of Kids Kino IFF (29 September - 8 October). The submission deadline is 12 May.

European Children’s Film Association (ECFA) connecting 150 members from 41 countries worldwide announced the nominations in three categories - feature film, documentary and short film. The association members are now voting for the winners of the best European children’s film of 2022. Czech animation was praised for Lucie Sunkova´s short film Suzie in the Garden and a co-production feature film The Crossing. Both films have been made under MAUR film production. The winners of each category will be announced on the 18th of February at the Berlinale International Film Festival.

The intensive rough cut workshop dok.incubator opens applications for its regional programs and calls for Czech and Slovak filmmakers. Submit your film until February 13 and work with international tutors on editing and dramaturgy and discuss your distribution strategy with festival and sales representatives!

Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival will organize its Budapest Debut Film Forum for the fifth time in March

ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Centre has allocated a total of 199,100 EUR for the production of three and the development of 10 new videogames. It is the second year that the Croatian national body is supporting video games in the production or development stage.

A new wave of economic challenges and shifting consumer trends are disrupting the post-Covid recovery for European film, testing business models and financial sustainability.

New European streaming service will be available from 14 February in Albania, Czechia, Hungary, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia

Celebrating her 85th birthday in 2023, Hungarian film director JuditElek’s eighteen most famous works are presented atInternational Film Festival Rotterdam, along with the festival’s publication,JuditElek: The Lady from Budapest.

The Slovenian Film Centre announced the following grants in December 2022.