PRODUCTION: Peter Budinský in Development with Heart of a Tower Sweden’s Eyewell Picks Up 1944 Croatia Benefits from MEDIA Programme Membership FNE IDF Doc Bloc: Registrations for East Doc Platform Open until 15 February Five Latvian Feature Films to be Released in 2015 Malta Film Fund Supported 20 Local Projects Romanian VoD Service Seenow Saw Good Results in 2014 Renowned Film Professionals Awaited in Bratislava Small Screen Takes Over Polish Animation Studio Domestic Box Office Success for Hostage Beta Cinema Acquires Aferim! FESTIVALS: One World 2015 Will Burst Through Our Bubble GRANTS: Croatia Announces Documentary Grants Gopo Awards Gala Announced VoD Provider Chili TV Launched in Poland and Austria The Way Out Dominates the Czech Critics Awards PRODUCTION: Filip Bajon Shooting Mrs. Dulska's Morality with an All-Star Polish Cast FESTIVALS: Corn Island Wins Best Film Award at the Trieste Film Festival Apocalypse Slough Starring Rob Lowe to be Shot in Malta Attention all FIPRESCI members coming to Berlinale Domestic Hits Drive Increase in Polish Admissions in 2014 Norwegian Christmas Comedy Shooting in the Czech Republic Polish Promotional Video: Poland. Find Your Location FNE IDF Doc Bloc: Applications Open for Camp 4SCIENCE Czech WebTV Series Pushes Boundaries of Traditional Media PRODUCTION: Adina Pintilie in Preparation with Touch Me Not FNE at When East Meets West/Trieste FF: WEMW Announces Winners Ivan Ostrochovský’s Debut Feature Koza Nominated for the Best First Feature Award at the Berlin Film Festival FNE at When East Meets West/Trieste FF: Interviews with Cristina Sain and Alessandro Gropplero Polish Film in Berlinale Forum Expanded

BRATISLAVA: Heart of a Tower/Srdce veže by director and animator Peter Budinský, will be the first Slovak animated feature film after 33 years. Its premiere is set for 2020.

Friday, 30 January 2015   |   Estonia

Sweden’s Eyewell Picks Up 1944

TALLINN: Swedish-based Eyewell has picked up international rights for Elmo Nüganen’s upcoming Estonian war epic 1944. The film makes its market debut at this year’s Berlin European Film Market and will open domestically in February 2015.

ZAGREB: Croatian beneficiaries and audiovisual industry stakeholders have drawn 3.3 million Euro of non-returnable grants from 2008 to 2013. The MEDIA Sub-Programme gave 531,424 EUR to Croatian audiovisual projects in 2014.

East Doc Platform, the most important industry event dedicated to documentary films from East and Central Europe, organized by the Institute of Documentary Film, will take place in Prague from 2 to 8 March 2015.

RIGA: Five Latvian features, including Laila Pakalnina's Dawn, are expected to be released in 2015.

Thursday, 29 January 2015   |   Malta

Malta Film Fund Supported 20 Local Projects

VALLETTA: Twenty projects were supported by Malta Film Fund in 2013 with a total amount of 230,000 EUR.

BUCHAREST: Seenow, the first Romanian service of live TV and VoD available on all screens, had 19,564,591 viewers in 2014.

BRATISLAVA: The 4th edition of the Visegrad Film Forum, which will take place in Bratislava form 11 to 14 March 2015, will welcome renowned film professionals, who will share their success stories with the audience.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015   |   Poland

Small Screen Takes Over Polish Animation Studio

LODZ: British film company Small Screen took over one of the oldest Polish animation studios Se-Ma-For, due to its financial problems. Se-Ma-For has been active since 1947, with more than 1400 movies produced.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015   |   Slovakia

Domestic Box Office Success for Hostage

BRATISLAVA: Juraj Nvota’s Slovak-Czech coproduction Hostage/Rukojemník had the best opening weekend for a domestic feature film since the beginning of the year. 

Wednesday, 28 January 2015   |   Romania

Beta Cinema Acquires Aferim!

BUCHAREST: Radu Jude's historical film Aferim!, selected for the competition section of Berlinale, will be sold internationally by the German company Beta Cinema. Its press screening and world premiere are set for 11 February.

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