FNE: Invitation to How to Coproduce With France Event in Karlovy Vary (Note new address for event ! Congress Hall Hotel Krivan, Sadova 5, entrance Zah FNE at KVIFF 2015: Advertising and Foreign Commissions Drive Increase in Revenues for Czech Producers New French CNC Distribution Support Scheme to Include CEE Countries Latvia Announces Debut Film Grants for 2015 FESTIVALS: Film Criticism Contest at Gdynia Film Festival FNE FIPRESCI Critics at KVIFF 2015: See how the critics rate the films so far FNE at KVIFF 2015: European LUX Prix Unveils Top Ten Films PRODUCTION: Ignas Miškinis Shoots Deadweight FNE at KVIFF 2015:LUX Film Prix Brings MEPs to KV to Debate the Digital Era Pitch & Feedback 2015 will introduce 7 promising film projects Amendment to Film Law to Pump More Money Into Czech Film National Palace of Culture in Bulgaria Starts Financing Films EKRAN+ 2015 Wraps in Warsaw Nautical Channel Shooting Series along Adriatic Coast IDF FNE Doc Bloc: New Czech Documentaries Heading to KVIFF and Cinemas PRODUCTION: My Father, My Mother, My Sister Shooting in Sofia FNE KVIFF Coproduction Event Case Study: The Magic Mountain PRODUCTION: Igor Cobileanski Preps First Romanian-Lithuanian Coproduction PRODUCTION: Arkadiusz Jakubik Preps Second Feature Lithuanian and French Governments Sign Coproduction Agreement FNE KVIFF Coproduction Event Case Study: The Way Out Europa Distribution Goes to Karlovy Vary FNE at Fest Anča: The Oddsockeaters in Production FNE at Fest Anča: VIM and TOM Series in Production Karlovy Vary IFF Announces Projects from Docu Talents from the East FNE KVIFF Coproduction Event Case Study: Corn Island FNE at Art Film Fest: Ixcanul Wins Art Film Fest FNE at MIFF 2015: Bulgaria’s Losers Triumphs in Moscow FESTIVALS:We Can't Live Without Cosmos Wins Fest Anča International Animation Festival FNE at KVIFF 2015: Attention all film critics coming to Karlovy Vary IFF

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KARLOVY VARY: The Film New Europe Association will be hosting the Event: How to Coproduce With France on Wednesday 8 July 2015 in Karlovy Vary this year. Participants and partners include Film France and Georgian National Film Centre (GNFC)

KARLOVY VARY: Revenues for Czech producers grew by 18% in 2014 compared to 2013 driven by advertising production and commissions from abroad according to a report by APA the Czech Audiovisual Producers Association.  

PARIS: The French National Center of Cinematography, the CNC with the support of the European Commission's Creative Europe - MEDIA, is launching a new funding body that aims to promote the distribution of international coproductions. 

RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia has awarded 139,156 EUR to five  projects in the debut film grants session for 2015.

GDYNIA: The Gdynia Film Festival, which will run from 14-19 September 2015, is holding a film criticism contest which will take place from 3 July to 7 August 2015. The winners will participate in classes for film critics which will take place during the 40th edition of the festival.

KARLOVY VARY: FNE together with FIPRESCI have invited critics in Karlovy Vary to rate the films in the official Competition and East of the West programmes of the festival giving the films 1,2,3,4 or 5 stars - 5 is the best and 1 is the worst. 

KARLOVY VARY: Ten films that have been shortlisted for the European Parliament’s LUX Prize were unveiled at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (KVIFF). Four of the 10 films shortlisted were from central and eastern Europe, The High Sun, Son of Saul, The Lesson and Toto and His Sisters.

VILNIUS: Ignas Miškinis' Deadweight / Dedveitas, aLithuanian / Latvian coproductionis currently shooting in Vilnius. The premiere is set for 2016.

European Content in Digital Era. Towards a modernised copyright framework. What is at stake?

Sunday, July 5, 2015, from 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm

KARLOVY VARY: Seven promising film projects from Czech Republic and Slovakia have been selected in Pitch & Feedback, an annual presentation organized by the Czech Film Center, the Slovak Film Institute and Karlovy Vary IFF (KVIFF) on 7 July 2015.

PRAGUE: The Czech government has approved an amendment to the audiovisual law that will increase transparency and pump up to 200m CZK more into the film industry.

SOFIA: The Sofia-based National Palace of Culture proclaimed Best Congress Centre in the World by the International Organization of Congress Centres in 2005 has started financing films.

Friday, 03 July 2015   |   Poland

EKRAN+ 2015 Wraps in Warsaw

WARSAW: Nine production teams from all over Europe participated at the 11th edition of EKRAN+, an international training programme for film professionals organized by Wajda Studio.

ZAGREB: Nautical Channel is shooting a 10-episode documentary series called Sail Ho! Croatia along the Adriatic Coast. Shooting started early June and will wrap mid-July 2015.

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