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The “new look” will include both technical and design updates. But don’t worry, the factual and accurate information about the film industry in the region, that has made FNE the…
BERLIN: FNE is proud to present the great line-up of films from our region that will be screening in Berlin over the next few days. Be prepared for some exciting…
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BRUSSELS: European admissions increased by 4.5 per cent in 2019, with over 1.34 billion admissions, a record since the early 1990s. In the EU, admissions reached the 1 billion mark…
BERLIN: Numbers, a film that Oleg Sentsov directed from a gulag, will have its world premiere on 18 February 2020. The special screening will be a part of Berlinale's 70th…
WARSAW: FNE has teamed up with the Brussels based team of the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC) to bring you regular updates on EU cinema policies that impact all industry…
BRUSSELS: Professionals from the MEDIA programme member countries can apply for a scholarship at the next Cartoon Business, which will be held in Gran Canaria (Spain) from 24-26 March 2020.
PRAGUE: The regional media giant Central European Media Enterprises (CME) reported a one percent decline in net revenues contrasting with a six percent increase in operating income for 2019, and…
WARSAW: FNE has teamed up with the Brussels based team of the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC) to bring you regular updates on EU cinema policies that impact all industry…
BORDEAUX: Titles from Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Poland, Romania and Hungary are among the 66 projects from 20 countries selected for the 22nd edition of Cartoon Movie, which…
WARSAW: Films from Georgia and Lithuania are among the first eight titles announced by the European Film Academy as candidates for the 2020 European Film Awards.
TRIESTE: Six projects, directed by Gregor Božič, Darko Stante, Hana Jušić, Anja Kofmel, Otto Reuschel and Debora Vrizzi, have been selected from among 28 applications to receive 10,000 EUR each…
BERLIN: The Last Stage (1948) by Polish director Wanda Jakubowska and Distant Journey by Czech Alfréd Radok are among the six classic films which will have their world premiere in…
BERLIN: One Czech production and two minority coproductions from Lithuania and Germany have been selected for Berlinale’s Generation section. The 70th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival will be…
TRIESTE: The Bulgarian/Greek coproduction The Father directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov was awarded the Trieste Prize for Best Feature Film at the 31st edition of the Trieste Film…
TRIESTE: Bulgarian Women Do Cry directed by Mina Mileva and Vesela Kazakova was awarded the Film Center Serbia Development Award in the Co-Production Forum, the main section of the 10th…
BERLIN: Father, a coproduction between Serbia, France, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina directed by Srdan Golubović has been selected for the Panorama section of the 70th edition of…
TRIESTE: Projects from FNE partner countries are among the winners of the first prizes announced at the 10th edition of When East Meets West (WEMW) in the Last Stop Trieste…
BERLIN: Three Romanian and Czech productions and two Slovak and Bosnian minority coproductions were selected for Berlinale’s Forum section, which is celebrating its 50 years in 2020. Romanian Radu Jude…

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