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RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia awarded 1,110,401 EUR in grants to 14 films on 15 April 2019.
RIGA: A new art house cinema opens in Kaņepes Culture Center, one of the hippest places in Rīga, on 2 April 2019.
RIGA: Class Reunion / Klases salidojums directed by Andrejs Ēķis and produced by Platforma Filma is the leading domestic film at the Latvian Box office. After six weeks it has…
RIGA: The Russian/Latvian/Czech coproduction The Humorist by Michael Idov will be released in Russia on 1 March 2019 and in the Czech Republic by 24 April 2019. The film will…
RIGA: The Berlin-based sales agent M-appeal picked up Michael Idov’s black comedy The Humorist. This Russian/Latvian/Czech coproduction was shot in Latvia and it is presented at Berlinale’s European Film Market.
Latvian stand at EFM - Martin Gropius Bau - stand number G10! Latvian animation goes to Berlin 2019. This has been a fruitful time for animators in Latvia – two…
RIGA: Jacob, Mimmi and the Talking Dogs, a Latvian/Polish animated film directed by Edmunds Jansons, was sold by New Europe Film Sales in France. The film will open in Latvia…
Latvia’s film programme for the country’s centenary, which was celebrated in 2018, has led to an unheard of box office success and has shown an unprecedented rise in local box…
RIGA: The National Film Centre of Latvia will allot less money for minority coproductions, but more for the incentives programme in 2019.
RIGA: The English language Latvian historical drama The Pagan King, directed by Aigars Grauba and starring British actor James Blurr and Swedish actor Edvin Erre, will be theatrically released in…
RIGA: Inara Kolmane’s family film Bille, a Latvian/Lithuanian/Czech coproduction, won the Best Film award at the 30th Lielais Kristaps Latvian national film awards on 12 November 2018.
Riga: The National Film Centre of Latvia will distribute 1,240,417 EUR for the production of four family films.
RIGA: Latvian Emerging Producer at the Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, Lelde Pruse continues her collaboration with the award-winning director Karlis Lesins, who has completed shooting on his feature film…
RIGA: Latvian production companies have a bonanza of films in post-production or completed and awaiting release. They include two animated films, both for children and family audiences.
RIGA: Core of the World, a Russian/Lithuanian coproduction directed by Natalia Meshchaninova, won the Best Film Award at the Riga International Film Festival, which concludes on 31 October 2018.
RIGA: The third edition of the Riga International Film Festival's pitching FORUM for children's and youth film projects, which took place 18 – 19 October 2018, awarded two films from…
RIGA: The Riga IFF, running 18-31 October 2018, will screen ten films from the Baltic region in the main competition, including fiction, documentary and children’s films.
RIGA: Thirteen projects have been selected for the annual Riga International Film Festival's pitching FORUM for children and youth film projects, which will take place 18-19 October 2018.
RIGA: Veteran filmmaker Ivars Seleckis’s documentary To Be Continued has been selected as Latvia’s official entry for the US Academy Awards in the Foreign Language Film category.
RIGA: Admissions to Latvian films reached 290,000 in the first half of 2018, marking an already record year for domestic cinema. In 2017 admissions to domestic films were 194,000.

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