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VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Film Centre has distributed 2,910,817 EUR to 43 film projects at its first session of financing for 2019. Among these 43 film projects are seven minority coproductions,…
BRUXELLES: Professionals from new member countries of the MEDIA Programme can apply for scholarships for the next Cartoon Business taking place in Tampere, Finland from 23 to 25 April 2019.…
It has been a great year for the Lithuanian film industry. The expenditure on film production reached a total of 45 m EUR, with more than 5 m EUR coming…
ZAGREB: Vinko Brešan’s Croatian/Serbian/Polish coproduction What a Country! / Koja je ovo država has racked up 56,076 admissions in Croatia in five weeks, much more than the Croatian hit of…
This month we speak with Andres Kauts, director/programmer of Tartu Elektriteater, a hip cinema in the medieval town of Tartu in Estonia, known for the variety of its films (European…
Macedonia saw a quieter year in 2018, but it was still a good year with international success of both feature films and documentaries, a film agency effectively supporting the development…
PRAGUE: Robert Sedláček’s Jan Palach won the Czech Film Critics’ Award for best film, while the best director award went to Olmo Omerzu for his road movie Winter Flies /…
SOFIA: The Bulgarian National Film Center will increase the annual amount of film funding by 12.19 percent from 6,411,600 EUR in 2018 to 7,192,854 EUR in 2019. The support for…
SKOPJE: Macedonian documentary Honeyland by Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov received three awards at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, including the Grand Jury Prize, while Polish actress Krystyna Janda was…
BRATISLAVA: The 26th edition of Febiofest International Film Clubs Festival (20-26 March 2019) has launched a partnership with the Visegrad Film Forum (19-23 March 2019).
The Law on Culture was approved in 2018 in Montenegro for the area of culture and the establishment of public institutions.
WARSAW: The shoot for the third season of the crime drama series The Pack / Wataha starring Leszek Lichota will start in Bieszczady on 17 February 2019. The previous seasons…
PODGORICA: According to the Film Centre of Montenegro, domestic films saw a substantial decline from 27,191 admissions and 100,897 EUR gross in 2017 to 996 admissions and 3,348 EUR gross…
VILNIUS: Paweł Pitera’s documentary Habit & Armour will hit Lithuanian cinemas on 01 March 2019. The film is a Polish/Lithuanian coproduction narrated by Stacey Keach.
Czech cinema enjoyed domestic and international successes of both feature films and documentaries in 2018, with the Czech Film Fund effectively supporting the development and production of numerous quality films…
Marta Prus, Torstein Parelius and Mila Turajlić are among the tutors of the last of three week-long Ex Oriente Film workshop sessions, which will take place in Prague from 9…
BELGRADE: The Serbian Ministry of Economy has decided to increase the total budget available for incentives from 6,752,421 EUR / 800 m RSD in 2018 to 7.5 m EUR /…
BELGRADE: The well-known Serbian film director and screenwriter Dušan Makavejev has died at 86. Most of his innovative films made in Yugoslavia in the 60s-70s belong to the Black Wave…
Georgia had a great year with more awards at international festivals and more attention given to Georgian films. Georgian cinema days were held in Chicago, London and Lithuania and Georgia…

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