WARSAW: Pjer Žalica’s Bosnian/Croatian/Macedonian/Serbian coproduction May Labour Day, received the Warsaw Grand Prix in the International Competition of the 38th Warsaw Film Festival (14 – 23 October 2022). The Latvian/Italian coproduction Sisters / Māsas directed by Linda Olte won the main prize in the 1-2 Competition.

BERLIN: Three from the five titles nominated for the European Film Awards 2022 in the European Short Film category come from Slovenia, Czech Republic & Slovakia, and Lithuania. One Latvian majority coproduction was nominated in the European Animated Feature Film section.

TALLINN: Edith Sepp will start her third term as head of the Estonian Film Institute (EFI) in 2023, the board of EFI has announced.

BUDAPEST: Toldi, the last work of Marcell Jankovics, who passed away in 2021, was released in 74 cinemas in Hungary on 20 October 2021, one day before Jankovics’s birthday.

WARSAW: The recent edition of the Kids Kino Industry international co-production forum was a success, with new events alongside traditional ones and companies visiting for the first time, such as Warner Bros. Discovery, Disney and Wild Bunch.

TALLINN: The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) announced another 16 titles from the main competition on 20 October 2022 and now the lineup is full. Most of the titles will have their world premiere at the festival.

Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) Announces the full line up for its Official Selection competition programme.

TALLINN: Thirteen projects by mostly award-winning filmmakers were selected for the Baltic Event Co-Production Market 2022, set to take place 23 - 24 November 2022 within the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (11 – 27 November 2022).

The official selection of the Baltic Event Co-Production Market 2022, taking place on 23-24 November showcases a solid state by mostly award-winning filmmakers on topics ranging from personal tragedies and social issues to past and present military conflicts.