BUCHAREST: The 21th European Film Festival will run 64 films in the capital city of Romania and also in Iași, Târgu Mureș, Gura Humorului and Timișoara from 4 to 28 May 2017. One of the oldest film festivals in Bucharest, the festival has new sections, new sidebar events and, for the first time, an artistic director.

PLZEN: MIDPOINT, the international script development programme, is moving into the Balkans with workshops scheduled to take place in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Innovations for Year Five – Follow-up workshop for the fourth class in Tbilisi in May

BRUSSELS: FERA, the federation of European film and TV directors, has issued a position paper calling for the MEDIA programme to refocus its sights on film and TV directors.

JIHLAVA: CEE documentary filmmakers have until 30 April 2017 to submit their films for two calls from the Jihlava Film Festival.

At a time when isolationist forces threaten the European ideal, FERA believes in the continued importance of Creative Europe, and that its success and financial integrity are essential to fostering cultural diversity and the sustainability of a dynamic European audiovisual sector in the digital era.

Feature film productions and project development funded by the Polish Film Institute in 2017, 1st session

Film productions funded by the Łódź Film Fund in 2017

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