BUCHAREST: Five feature films and long documentaries were selected for the 19th edition of the Anonimul International Independent Film Festival, set to take place at Sfantu Gheorghe, in the Danube Delta, Romania 8 – 14 August 2022.

VENICE: The Serbian/Croatian coproduction Have You Seen This Woman by Dušan Zorić and Matija Gluscević, and the short film Sapling, which is a Romanian minority coproduction directed by Lorenzo Fabbro and Bronte Stahl, have been selected for the 37th edition of the Venice Critics’ Week (31 August – 10 September 2022).

WROCLAW: Milk & Honey directed by Georgian Tornike Gogrichiani received the New Horizons Association / London Film Academy Award at the 13th edition of the New Horizons Studio+, which took place 21 – 24 July 2022 within the 22nd New Horizons International Film Festival (21 - 31 July 2022).

WARSAW: The Viaplay streaming service will be available to CANAL+ Polska's subscribers thanks to a direct-to-home (DTH) distribution partnership between Viaplay Group and CANAL+ Polska.

BUCHAREST: Amber Studio has opened its eighth office in Warsaw, Poland. The Romanian gaming company is now running two studios in Romania (in Bucharest and Botosani), as well as one in Warsaw (Poland), Ukraine (Kiev), USA (San Francisco and Los Angeles), Canada (Montreal) and Mexico (Guadalajara).

BUCHAREST: Amber Studio has opened its eighth office in Warsaw, Poland. The Romanian gaming company is now running two studios in Romania (in Bucharest and Botosani), as well as one in Warsaw (Poland), Ukraine (Kiev), USA (San Francisco and Los Angeles), Canada (Montreal) and Mexico (Guadalajara).

WARSAW: A total of  26 projects have been selected from among 95 projects from 27 countries for the upcoming edition of the Kids Kino Industry coproduction forum, set to take place in Warsaw / online 27 – 29 September and online on 30 September 2022. The number of submissions is a record in the history of the event. 

BRNO: A total of 243 documentaries from more than 50 countries have been submitted to the 48th EKOFILM International Environmental Film Festival set to be held in Brno, Czech Republic 12 – 15 October 2022.

BRNO/PRAHA/ČR - This year's 48th EKOFILM international environmental film festival will offer a cardinal spectacle. A total of 243 documentaries from more than 50 countries have entered the competition. This year, the United States leads the way with 34 entries, followed closely by Germany with 27 films. The Czech Republic is putting forward 20 documentaries. The dramaturgy team will select the 25 most interesting films from all the entries next month to enter the final competition. The oldest environmental film festival in Europe will take place in Brno from 12th to 15th October this year.

95 projects from 27 countries have been submitted for the pitching sections of the Kids Kino Industry forum, which is the absolute record in the history of the event. The most promising 26 projects have been selected for the pitchings and they will join the previously preselected winning project of the Kids Kino Industry Exchange Award. The event will take place from the 27th to the 29th of September (Warsaw/online), and on the 30th of September (online).