2017 Film from Kyrgyzstan scoops the Grand Prix.
Industry@Tallinn and Baltic Event programmes reveal awards.
Promotion initiative covers Estonia, Finland and Latvia.
Feature comedy has already been re-made in Estonia and Ukraine.
Immersive content and Chinese ‘super-IPs’ were discussed at the Storytek forum in Tallinn.
Ireland-Estonia co-production is being made at Telegael studio, Galway.
Italian feature premiered in Torino.
A concerted attempt is underway both from public and private sources to make Estonia an international filmmaking hub.
European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) outlines plan for 2030.
Online superpowers “could do more” to work with Europe, say panel.
Former Columbia Pictures chief calls for activism.
The film premiered in Venice’s Horizons section.
Genre title sells to Germany, China, Australia and more.