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Monday, 20 October 2014   |   Slovakia

Laska na Vlasku Sets Slovak Box Record

BRATISLAVA: A new Slovak fairytail Láska na Vlásku directed by Mariana Čengel Solčanská has had the best opening weekend for a domestic feature film in the last three years. The film which opened 9 October gathered 14, 427 admissions during its first weekend in cinemas and a total of 17,772 viewers have seen it so far.

VARNA: Stefan Komandarev’s The Judgment was awarded the most prestigious Bulgarian award for a feature film at the 32 edition of the Golden Rose Film Festival. Assen Blatechki also received the award for Best Actor for his role in the film.

WARSAW: The Grand Prix of the 30th Warsaw Film Festival went to The Coffin In The Mountain, a Chinese drama directed by Xin Yukun.

Monday, 20 October 2014   |   Croatia

HAVC Announces Minority Coproduction Grants

ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Center allotted 228,689EUR/1,750,000 HRK for four minority coproductions and approved script and project development funding for 10 documentary and animated films.

ZAGREB: The 12th edition of Zagreb Film Festival (19-26 October 2014) presents more than one hundred films in a dozen different programmes.

Friday, 17 October 2014   |   Poland

Polish Film Institute Announces Grants

WARSAW: The Polish Film Institute allotted a new round of grants amounting to 4,219,309 EUR/17,800,000 PLN for feature film production.

TARTU: Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia is setting up a regional film fund for incoming productions. The fund is initially budgeted at approximately 100,000 EUR annually and is part of an ambitious initiative aimed at turning Tartu into the country’s main film hub.

Friday, 17 October 2014   |   Bulgaria

FNE at Golden Rose FF 2014: Viktoria

VARNA: Scriptwriter/director Maya Vitkova’s film portrays the first decade after the communist era through a story of a girl born with no umbilical cord. Viktoria screens at the Varna Golden Rose Film Festival 11-17 October 2014.

EAVE and IDF have teamed up to offer a new scholarship for one producer participating in Ex Oriente Film 2014 to attend the EAVE 2015 Producers Workshop. The scholarship will be granted during the second session of Ex Oriente Film workshop 22-28 October 2014 in Jihlava.

Thursday, 16 October 2014   |   Estonia

Estonia’s Regional Cinemas Go Digital

TALLINN: Seven regional cinemas in Estonia have received funding to be digitalised in 2014 with five more expected to apply by the end of the year.

BUCHAREST: The new project Ana, Mon Amour from the acclaimed writer/director Călin Peter Netzer will investigate the romantic relationship with all its dependencies and crisis situations against the backdrop of the social realities of Romania.

VARNA: The Lesson was inspired by the real story of a teacher caught in a bank robbery attempt. Scriptwriters/directors/producers Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov focused their debut feature on a fictional English teacher from a high school near Sofia. The Lesson screens in the main competition of the Varna Golden Rose Film Festival (11-17 October 2014).

VARNA: The first Bulgarian/Israeli coproduction is representing Bulgaria at the Academy Awards nominations for Best Foreign Language Film. Ivan Nichev’s Bulgarian Rhapsody screens in the main competition of the Varna Golden Rose Film Festival (11-17 October 2014).

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