TBILISI: FNE spoke to Nanuka Sepashvili, Georgian game designer and animation writer, about her experience and activities in the gaming and film industry.

Central and eastern Europe is one of the most important locations for global games developers and studios, and artists in the region are increasingly working for both film and games. FNE looks at how these two sectors of the entertainment industry are converging and why this trend is important for the future development of both.

FNE's Georgian correspondent and film critic Alexander Gabelia spoke to Diana Nenadić, artistic director of Croatian Film Days, about the 31st edition of the Croatian Film Days / Dani hrvatskog filma, which is taking place in a physical format 10-14 May 2022 in Zagreb, in compliance with the state regulations regarding the safety of participants.

TBILISI: Classic Georgian director/writer Lana Gogoberidze, who was the guest of honour at the 22nd edition of goEast with a retrospective of 10 of her films, is currently editing a new project. The long documentary Returning to Life is dedicated to her mother, Nutsa Gogoberidze, who was the first Georgian female film director.

TBILISI: Georgian director Ana Barjadze is currently in production with her long film, the documentary Bitter Sugar. This is a universal and intimate story about the unique bond between brothers, and about children abandoned by parents who are forced to work abroad.

TBILISI: The Georgian National Film Center has allocated 169,312 EUR / 550,267 GEL for the production of one debut feature, Worker, which will be directed by Giorgi Kobalia.

FNE's Georgian correspondent and film critic Alexander Gabelia spoke to György Ráduly, director of the National Film Institute - Film Archive about the 2022 FIAF Congress, as well as the recent activities of the National Film Institute Hungary - Film Archive, new online platform for classic films from the Visegrad countries, The Visible Archive Symposium, and more.

Central and eastern Europe is one of the most important locations for global games developers and studios, and artists in the region are increasingly working for both film and games. FNE looks at how these two sectors of the entertainment industry are converging and why this trend is important for the future development of both.

Central and eastern Europe is one of the most important locations for global games developers and studios, and artists in the region are increasingly working for both film and games. FNE looks at how these two sectors of the entertainment industry are converging and why this trend is important for the future development of both.

FNE correspondent and film critic Alexander Gabelia spoke in Wiesbaden with Ketevan Kipiani, who works for Sakdok Film, about the challenges she has faced as a producer during the pandemic, as well about the Georgian full-length documentary How the Room Felt by Ketevan Kapanadze, which was screened within the goEast 2022.

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