FNE at KVIFF 2014: Creative Europe- the first six months FNE TV at KVIFF 2014: Karel Bartak Creative Europe Coordinator – European Commission FNE TV at KVIFF 2014: Jozko Rutar Director Slovenian Film Center and Film New Europe Association Board Member FNE TV at KVIFF 2014: Doris Pack LUX Prize coordinator Roger Moore and Jane Seymour Shooting in Romania PRODUCTION: Păunescu in Postproduction with Pioneers Palace PRODUCTION: Prosenc Develops Follow up to KVIFF Debut FNE IDF DocBloc: Magnus Gertten Hypermarket Goes Exotic with Gajdo and North Korean Tales PRODUCTION: Award Winner Lehotsky Developing Erik TV Projects Receive Bulk of HAVC 2014 Development Grants Latvia to Double Film Distribution Grants nearly doubled PRODUCTION: Journey to Rome Moves to Postproduction Goat Wins Karlovy Vary Pitch Prize PRODUCTION: Ostrochovsky Fiction Debut Goat PRODUCTION: Fornay Preps Absurdist Drama Pitches Rule the Day at Karlovy Vary IFF PRODUCTION: Alvernia Studios Preps Dark Comedy DISCOPOLO Jolie and Pitt Film Boosts Malta's Economy SOFA Selects Eight Projects for 2014 Training GRANTS: Croatia Gives 850,000 EUR in Small Grants The French Connection Gets Sealed at Karlovy Vary FESTIVALS: Cottbus Breaks New Grounds with LBGT CEE Films Czech Production Increased in 2013 Czech Culture Minister Announces Funding for Digital Film Restoration CEE Films Compete for 2014 LUX Prize PRODUCTION: Balej Animated Fish Shop Gets Sneak Peak at KVIFF PRODUCTION: Minac Preps Hybrid Fellini Comedy FNE at KVIFF 2014: See how the critics rate the programme so far FNE at KVIFF 2014: Invitation to Film New Europe Coproduction Meeting



FNE caught up with some of the decision makers at both EU and national level who are shaping the EU's new Creative Europe to discuss the results of the first six months of this programme.

FNE spoke to Karel Bartak Creative Europe Coordinator – European Commission about the results of the first six months of the new Creative Europe programme and what are the implications for the smaller countries of central and eastern Europe.

FNE spoke to Jozko Rutar about the new Creative Europe programme and its impact on the smaller countries of the EU and what needs to be done to ensure a level playing field. 

FNE spoke to Doris Pack LUX Prize coordinator and former Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education of the European Parliament in 2009-2014

BUCHAREST: Alex Zamm's romance A Royal Christmas is currently shooting entirely in Romania. The film is produced by Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA) with Romania's Castel Film Studios as services provider.

BUCHAREST: Director Bobby Păunescu (Francesca) finished shooting Pioneers Palace on 8 May 2014. The story is set in 1992 and involves a group of highschool friends witnessing the drama of two of their colleagues who are afraid of catching AIDS after their first sexual experience in a brothel.

KARLOVY VARY: Slovenian director Sonja Prosenc, in Karlovy Vary to premiere her first film The Tree in the East of the West competition, spoke with FNE about her next project with the working title History of Love.

Friday, 11 July 2014   |   Region

FNE IDF DocBloc: Magnus Gertten

IDF interviewes Ex Oriente tutor Magnus Gertten.

KARLOVY VARY: Czech producer Filip Remunda, the former enfant terrible of Czech documentary filmmaking, was in Karlovy Vary to present his upcoming films, the Romany ghetto doc Gajdo and the North Korean doc In the Rays of Sun at Docu Talents from the East, hosted by Jihlava IDFF director Marek Hovorka.

KARLOVY VARY: Slovak director Juraj Lehotsky, whose 2013 film Miracle received the Special Mention when it premiered at the Karlovy Vary IFF last year, was back at the festival this year to pitch his new project Erik about an eight-year-old boy suffering through his parents’ divorce.

ZAGREB: The Croatian Audiovisual Center allotted 238,361 EUR/1.81 m HRK in project development grants to 15 projects and 20 script development grants. The Center received applications from 92 projects.

RIGA: The Latvian Film Centre has nearly doubled the amount to be given in grants for local film promotion, to 40,000 EUR.

KARLOVY VARY: Polish director Tomasz Mielnik has completed shooting on his debut film Journey to Rome, which was presented at the Karlovy Vary IFF Works in Progress.

Wednesday, 09 July 2014   |   Czech Republic

Goat Wins Karlovy Vary Pitch Prize

KARLOVY VARY: Slovak director Ivan Ostrochovsky’s feature film debut project Goat was then popular winner of the 10th edition of Works in Progress Award, presented at the Karlovy Vary IFF on 8 July 2014.

KARLOVY VARY: Slovak documentary director Ivan Ostrochovsky will make his feature fiction debut with a Slovak/Czech road-movie drama lightened by quirky touches, Goat.

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