Magazine article Screen International

Baltic Event Unveils 2014 Projects

Magazine article Screen International

Baltic Event Unveils 2014 Projects

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Now in its 13th edition, Baltic Event will present 13 projects in its 10th Co-Production Market, among others.

Baltic Event has unveiled its project slate for its 2014 edition, taking place during the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival on Nov 26-28.

Now in its 13th year, the event will present 13 projects in its 10th Co-Production Market, eight projects in its script and pitch workshop POWR Baltic Stories Exchange, eight projects in Baltic Bridge East by West (B'EST)producers' workshop and 17 Baltic and Finnish projects in its Works in Progress and Screenings sections.

Projects for the Co-Production Market come from 11 countires, including Ignas Jonynas' Blind Spot from Lithuania and Piotr Trzaskalski's The Wounded Beats from Poland. The full list of projects is as follows:

The 30th Love, producer Julia Mishkinene, Vita Aktiva, Russia, director Angelina Nikonova

Blind Spot, producer Kristina Ramanauskaite, Revoliucijos ideja, Lithuania, director Ignas Jonynas

Eternal Road, producer Ilkka Matila MRP, Matila Röhr Productions, Finland, director Aku Louhimies

Game Over, producer Volodymyr Kozyr, Interfilm Production Studio, Ukraine, director Olena Fetisova

Impaled Rektum, producers Kai Nordberg, Kaarle Aho, Making Movies Oy, Finland, directors Jukka Vidgren, Juuso Laanto

Kids from the East, producer Michal Krácmer, trans-for.me, Czech Republic, director Aramisova

Killer's Fee, producer Emma K Dixgård, Red Sister, Sweden, director Andreas Tibblin

Never Let It Go, producer Paul Negoescu, Papillon Film, Romania, director Paul Negoescu

Polar Boy, producer Priit Pääsuke, Luxfilm, Estonia, director Anu Aun

Ravens, producer Malte Forssell, Film and Art Affairs, Sweden, director Jens Assur

The Survivalist, producer Alise Gelze, Tasse Film, Latvia, director Janis Nords

The Wounded Beast, producer Roman Jedrkowiak, ADHD Warsaw, Poland, director Piotr Trzaskalski

Baltic Event's producers' workshop B'EST is designed specifically for co-production projects between the European Union and the CIS countries, Georgia and Ukraine. For the first time in 2014, B'EST has invited four producers interesting in working with the other region to participate without a project.

It consists of two workshops held during Baltic Event and during the Moscow Business Square in June 2015. …

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