FNE TV: Nikolaj Nikitin - Director School of Film Agents (SOFA)

FNE asked Nikolaj Nikitin about the achievements of SOFA which held its 6th edition in Warsaw this year from 26-31 August 2018


FNE TV:Pascal Diot, head of the Venice Production Bridge

FNE asked Pascal Diot how the Venice Production Bridge has evolved since its inception seven years ago and if this is still an important event for filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe?


FNE TV: Michaela Šojdrová - Vice-Chair of EU Culture and Education Committee

FNE asked Michaela Šojdrová about gender equality in the film industry, young audiences and the importance of the LUX Prize.


FNE TV: Helga Trüpel - Vice President of the EU Culture and Education Committee

FNE asked Helga Trüpel about what we can expect from Creative Europe 2021-2027 and the importance of cultural diversity especially in the smaller countries of the EU.


FNE TV: Vice-President of the EU Parliament Evelyne Gebhardt

FNE asked Evelyne Gebhardt about the importance of the LUX Prize for cultural diversity in Europe and what we can learn about young cinema audiences from the KVIFF experience.


FNE TV: MEP Bogdan Wenta

The EU Parliament votes on the EU Copyright Directive on 5 July.  FNE asked MEP Bogdan Wenta why this is so important for the creative industries and why he supports this directive and also what to expect in the Creative Europe 2021-2027 programme.


EFP's Future Frames

KARLOVY VARY: FNE teamed up with European Film Promotion again this year to speak to the ten European film school students and recent graduates participating in the EFP Future Frames to find out what they think about the future of European film.


FNE TV: Jana Karaivanova Director of Bulgarian National Film Centre

FNE asked Jana Karaivanova about her first Cannes as the director of the Bulgarian National Film Centre and why it is important for Bulgaria to be a coproducer of Nuri Bilge Celhan’s The Wild Pear Tree one of the films in the main competition in Cannes this year.