Estonia submits Tangerines for Academy Award

TALLINN: Estonia will submit the Estonian Georgian coproduction Tangerines as its nominee for Best Foreign Language Film for the 87th Academy Awards.

FIAPF Grants Top Accreditation to Black Nights

TALLINN: FIAPF will accredit Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival as a non-specialized competitive festival beginning with its 2014 edition taking place 14-30 November.

Estonia Adds Another Midsized Multiplex

TALLINN: The sixth multiplex has opened in Estonia in May, a four-screen midiplex with 4K digital Sony projectors. The new cinema is located in a multifunctional entertainment and wellbeing centre…

FNE Cannes Producers Workshop 2014: Marianne Ostrat

Film New Europe has teamed up with the upcoming Cannes Marche Du Film and the Producers Workshop to promote Central and Eastern European producers during Cannes.

Estonia at Marché du Film

Estonia is glad to meet all friends – old and new at the Marché du Film in Cannes. We can be found in the International Village, pavillion #139

Estonia gets a new Midiplex

TALLINN: Pärnu, Estonia’s fifth largest City with a population of 45,000, is to open its first multiscreen cinema in the City centre in May, 2014.

PRODUCTION: Finnish Fencer Filming in Estonia

TALLINN: Finnish director Klaus Harö is shooting The Fencer (Vehkleja), planned to premiere in spring 2015, in Estonia.

PRODUCTION: Thriller Ghost Mountaineer Begins Filming

TALLINN: The shooting of Ghost Mountaineer (Must alpinist), a debut feature from Urmas-Eero Liiv has begun in Estonia.

Estonian Film App

Here is the brand new issue of our Estonian Film app!

FNE at Berlinale 2014: Estonian Films in Berlin

Estonia is glad to meet all friends - old and new at the European Film Market and at Berlinale. We are proud to present Veiko Õunpuu’s new film Free Range…

PRODUCTION: New WWII drama by Elmo Nüganen director of Estonian hit Names Engraved in Marble

ESTONIA: The epic war drama 1944, now halfway through a two-part filming schedule, is primed to continue a tradition of a strong box-office for patriotic war films in Estonia.

Estonian Multiplexes Cancel Merger Plans

TALLINN: Estonia’s two largest multiplex operators, Forum Cinemas and Solaris kino, have withdrawn their bid to merge.

FNE Warsaw AV Summit Country profile: Estonia

Estonia established an Estonian Film Industry Cluster in late 2012 with the support of over 20 leading production companies and organisations, followed by the launch of the Estonian Film Commission…

PRODUCTION: Keedus in Production with Three-Part Feature

TALLINN: Sulev Keedus is shooting The Husband Slayer. The Virgin. The Shadow. (Mehetapja süütu vari), scheduled to be completed in autumn 2015.

FNE TV: Edith Sepp Head of Estonian Film Institute

FNE asked Edit Sepp head of the Estonian Film Institute about the most important developments in the Estonian Film Industry over the past year and the importance of cooperation with…

FNE at Baltic Event 2013: CoProduction Market Awards Announced

TALLINN: The Baltic Event has announced the winning projects of its annual coproduction market (26-29 November) with the award for best project going to Romanian project Miracle in Cluj represented…
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FNE at Tallinn Black Nights FF 2013: Prize Winners

TALLINN: The Italian debut The Great Beauty directed by Paolo Sorrentino was awarded the main prize of the EurAsia international competition at the 17 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival held…
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FNE TV: Tiina Teras winner Europa Cinemas Best Programming Award 2013

FNE asked Tiina Teras, programmer of Kino Artis in Tallinn and winner of the Europa Cinemas Best Programming Award 2013 about how she programmes her cinema in Tallinn and the…

Estonia and Korea Sign Film Memorandum

TALLINN: The Estonian Film Institute and the Korean Film Council have signed a memorandum of understanding to boost cooperation between the two countries’ film industries. The memorandum is the first…

FNE at Tallin Black Nights 2013: Free Range

TALLINN: Free Range, third feature from Venice Horizons award-winning Estonian director Veiko Õunpuu was selected as Estonia’s entry for the 2013 foreign language Oscar nomination despite ciritical domestic response.