LJUBLJANA: A total of 28 titles were selected for the Main Competition of the 19th edition of Animateka Animated International Film Festival, which takes place in Ljubljana 28 November – 4 December 2022.

On 24 November the 21st edition of  Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event handed out the prizes to the best projects after five days full of networking, presentations, panel discussions and meetings.

Music Meets Film has announced the winner of this year's Music Meets Film Award, a special award for young and talented composers in collaboration with Berlin-based virtual instruments company Orchestral Tools. The MMF Scoring Competition received 20 works in total, 12 by Estonian - and 8 by international competitors.

ZAGREB: Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović's debut feature Murina scored three nominations at the Independent Spirit Awards. The film is nominated for Best First Feature, Best Breakthrough Performance (Gracija Filipović) and Best Cinematography (Hélène Louvart).

WARSAW: Polish composer Paweł Mykietyn will receive the Excellence Award - European Original Score for its work on Jerzy Skolimowski’s EO. The European Film Academy announced the recipients of the Excellence Awards on 23 November 2022.

TALLINN: The 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF), which is running till 27 November 2022, has announced that Sarah Polley and Ali Abbasi will receive the DDA SPOTLIGHT AWARD. The TV Beats Co-Financing Market also announced its awards on 23 November 2022.

The time of year has come when film projectors fall into the festival rhythm, ceaselessly projecting analogue and digital images onto cinema screens. The time has come to celebrate the art of animated cinema.

Yesterday the winners of the TV Beats Co-Financing Market, organised for the 2nd year, were announced. The jury selected the Portuguese drama project Finisterra as the most promising project receiving a 3000 euro monetary prize presented by Elisa.

Sarah Polley and Ali Abbasi to receive the DDA SPOTLIGHT AWARD at 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival.

TBILISI: The Student-Youth Council working in Guria (Georgia) have launched a crowdfunding campaign aiming at raising funds to buy technical equipment for a bus-cinema which will screen films mainly for the young audience in the region.