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The third edition of the SEE a Paris South –East European Film Festival starts today and runs until May 25 in Paris, France. The 4-day festival represents an exceptional event attempting to bring together all twelve South – East European countries by unifying their cultural heritage. The festival offers a variety of programs, combining the fields of music, literature and film, with screenings taking place at two venues: the Cultural Centre L’Entrepot (that will also host the literary event "SEE a Paris - Paris a SEE") and the National Institute of Oriental Language and Civilizations – Paris (INALCO).
Maia Workshop on Marketing and Distribution to be taking place Sept.20-Oct 4, 2013 in Dubrovnik, Croatia, announces its Call for entries open.
The training programme is targeted to new, emerging European film and audiovisual producers and recent graduates, as well as scriptwriters, directors, production managers and other industry professionals interested in acquiring producers’ skills.
29 producers from across Europe, who were selected to take part in EFP’s networking platform PRODUCERS ON THE MOVE are currently meeting at the Cannes Film Festival. With its annual networking event, European Film Promotion (EFP) facilitates the exchange of similarly vibrant colleagues from other European countries who are all looking for international co-production-partners.
The Macedonian Film Fund will for the fourth time take part of the Marche du Film, within this year’s 66 edition of Cannes Film Festival running May 15-26, promoting the country as a favorable filming spot as well as presenting the Macedonian cinematic output to wider audiences.
The Call for entries for emerging filmmakers from Southeast Europe for the 2013 Sarajevo Talent Campus, which will take place August 18 – 24 within the 19th Sarajevo Film Festival, is now officially open.During the 19 Sarajevo Film Festival, young film professionals will have the opportunity to learn from renowned film experts willing to share their knowledge and experience.