Ex Oriente Film 2018 has announced the selection of 12 projects

23. 5. 2018

Author: Rebecca De Pas

The Institute of Documentary Film (IDF) is proud to present 12 documentaries from 15 different countries that have been selected for the 16th edition of the Ex Oriente Film workshop, an international training programme focused on development and funding of creative documentary films from Central and Eastern Europe.

We look forward to welcome them and accompany them in their development with the guidance of recognized professionals.

Alice in the Land (dir. Zhanna Agalakova, Tatjana Božić, prod. Magdalena Petrović), Croatia, Germany, United States of America
A Loss of Something Ever Felt (dir. Carlos Eduardo Lesmes López, prod. Liis Nimik), Colombia, Estonia, Sweden
An Impalpable Paradise (dir. Yurkevich Daria, prod. Iarochenko Nicolaï), Belarus, France
Bottlemen (dir. Nemanja Vojinović, prod. Nemanja Vojinović, Marija Stojnić), Serbia
Inconvenient Memory (dir. Ihor Ivanko, prod. Mariia Ponomarova, Volodymyr Tykhyy), Ukraine
In the Sweltering Sun (dir. & prod. Shorena Tevzadze), Georgia
Love Lines (dir. Isabela von Tent, prod. Irina Malcea), Romania
A New Shift (dir. Jindřich Andrš, prod. Augustína Micková, Miloš Lochman), Czech Republic        
Olympic Halftime (dir. Haruna Honcoop, prod. Vít Janeček, Zuzana Piussi), Czech Republic
The Pit (dir. Nikolay Bem, prod. Uliana Beletskaya), Russia
SFrj (dir. Tea Lukač, prod. Danilo Bećković, Marko Paljić, Andrijana Sofranić), Serbia, Slovenia
Wolves on the Borders! (dir. Martin Páv, prod. Zuzana Kučerová), Czech Republic

IDF received the record number of 101 applications from 39 different countries for this year's open call of Ex Oriente Film. In 15 years of its activity Ex Oriente Film has welcomed more than 160 projects from the CEE region and represents a stronghold for the creative development of the filmmakers of the region.

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