CineLink, the Sarajevo Film Festival'sco-production market for South Eastern Europe created in 2002 in co-operation with Rotterdam's CineMart, hasselected 11 projects for this year.

The 2006 CineLink selection is:

Alive, written and directed by Artan Minarolli, Albania

Circus Fantastikus, written and directed by Janez Burger, Slovenia

From Belgrade With Love, written and directed by Bojan Vuletic, Serbia and Montenegro

Krapetz, written and directed by Kiril Stankov, Bulgaria

Lara, written and directed by Blaz Kutin, Slovenia

Like There's No Tomorrow, written and directed by Gabor Krigler, Hungary

The Blacks, written and directed by Goran Devic and Zvonimir Juric, Croatia

The Day When The Winter Began, written and directed by Nedzad Begovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Last Man On Earth, written by Bogdan Mustata, directed by Catalin Mitulescu, Romania

The War Is Over, written and directed by Mitko Panov, Macedonia

The Woman Withouta Body,written by Mate Matisic, directed by Vinko Bresan, Croatia

CineLink participants will be invited to Sarajevo for two project development workshops inMay and June 2006. Also, they will present their projects to potential partnersat the CineLink Market during the last three days ofthe 12th Sarajevo Film Festival, runningAugust 18-26.

Four of lastyear's CineLink projects are in production: Croatian-Germanco-production Arminby Ognjen Svilicic; Srdjan Vuletic's Yemin, Or It's Hard To Be Nice, aBosnian-German-Croatian-Serbian-UK co-production; MetodPevec's Estrelita, which Slovenian Emotion Film is co-producing withGermany's Mediopolis Film; and Emotions Film co-founderDamjan Kozole's The Dark Side of the Earth.

In addition, pastCineLink projects to start shooting in June are Tea, a children's film by Hanna A.W. Slak, and Macedonian Teona Mitevska's I'm From Titov Veles.