RIGA: The Baltic Music Video competition will return to the 9th edition of the Riga International Film Festival (13 – 23 October 2022) after a year break. Eighteen music videos from the Baltic States will compete for the Riga IFF Silver Grass Snake Award.

The ninth Riga International Film Festival (RIGA IFF) announces the first of its upcoming competitions from this year's festival. The BALTIC MUSIC VIDEO screening will take place in person at Splendid Palace on 21 October with the participation of musicians and filmmakers. The competition returns to the festival programme after a year's break and this screening promises to be one of the most unusual and unrestrained events of the festival. 18 music videos from the Baltic States will be competing for the RIGA IFF Silver Grass Snake award and a cash prize of 1,000 EUR.

SKOPJE: The Visual effects & animation company Cinesite, headquartered in London, has acquired a majority stake in Balkan’s VFX studio FX3X, a long-time visual effects studio with offices in Skopje and Belgrade.

SKOPJE: The Visual effects & animation company Cinesite, headquartered in London, has acquired a majority stake in Balkan’s VFX studio FX3X, a long-time visual effects studio with offices in Skopje and Belgrade.

WARSAW: Jerzy Skolimowski’s EO has been selected as Poland’s candidate for the 95th Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences award in the Best International Feature Film category. The film received the Jury Prize ex-aequo at the Cannes Film Festival 2022.

BERLIN: Two Polish and two Lithuanian long documentaries directed by Hanna Polak, Pawel Lozinski, Mantas Kvedaravicius and Sergei Loznitsa are among the 13 titles that make up the Documentary Selection for the European Film Awards 2022.

Cinesite, a full-service visual effects & Animation company with seven production facilities, has acquired a majority stake in Balkan’s VFX studio FX3X

Invitation for all FIPRESCI and SNCCI Members attending the Venice Film Festival 2022

PODGORICA: The Croatian/Serbian coproduction The Uncle directed by David Kapac and Andrija Mardešić was awarded the Golden Mimosa Grand Prix at the 35th edition of the Herceg Novi - Montenegro Film Festival (22 – 28 August 2022). This year, the largest film festival in Montenegro focused on films from the region.

LJUBLJANA: Film centres from Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, North Macedonia and Montenegro have signed a three-year Memorandum of Cooperation after the successful first edition of ReActing as a Star. The project brought together actors, directors, casting directors, and talent agents in Kranj, Slovenia 16 – 19 June 2022, within the 2nd edition of the KRAFFT Film Festival.