Baltic Films, the joint organisation of the Estonian Film Foundation, the Latvian National Film Center and the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture, has become the 22nd organisation to become a member of the pan-European promotional body European Film Promotion (EFP).

Commenting on joining EFP's network, Karlo Funk, a board member of Baltic Films and the head of international relations at the Estonian Film Foundation, noted that while production and box office revenue of the three Baltic states' films had increased since 2001, 'a lot of work still has to be done in terms of distribution and promotion. Therefore, it becomes absolutely necessary to be a member of European Film Promotion in order to promote our films not only in Europe but globally as well, and to benefit from EFP's networking capabilities.'