Pitch & Feedback 2015 will introduce 7 promising film projects FNE: Invitation to How to Coproduce With France Event in Karlovy Vary 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 Slovak AV Policy and Funding Helmers Martin Šmatlak and Anton Škreko Look at the Future of the Slovak Audiovisual Industry FNE at KVIFF 2015: Works in Progress 2015 Selection Announced FNE at Fest Anca: Slovak and Czech Producers Call for Increased Cooperation Between Czech and Slovak Public Broadcasters to Fund More Animation FESTIVALS: Top European Directors and Producers Slated for New Horizons Studio 2015 FESTIVALS: Let’s CEE festival Announces it First Competition Titles FNE at Fest Anča: Animation Project Slovak Dumplings in Development FNE Doc Bloc: The 50th Karlovy Vary IFF to Host KineDok FNE at Art Film Fest: Trigon Production Preps Comedy and Crime Series While Developing 10 Projects

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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.

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)

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.

The 50th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival will present a total of 11 new Czech documentaries in various sections.

SOFIA: Director Dimitar Kozev-Shosho started the shooting of his second feature My Father, My Mother, My Sister on 29 June 2015. The theatrical distribution is planned for 2016. 

KARLOVY VARY: Anca Damian’s Magic Mountain screens in the main competition of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival this year. 

BUCHAREST: Igor Cobileanski (The Unsaved) will start shooting a new feature, Eastern Business, mid-July 2015. This dark comedy is the first Romanian/Lithuanian coproduction to date.

WARSAW: Polish director, actor and musician Arkadiusz Jakubik will start shooting his second feature, Simple Murder Story, in September 2015.

PARIS: Lithuanian and French ministers of culture Šarūnas Birutis and Fleur Pellerin signed an agreement on film coproduction in Paris to facilitate cooperation between Lithuanian and French filmmakers.

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