22 July 2010 The lineup for this year’s CineLink Work in Progress, which aims to promote outstanding Southeast European projects in the stage of post-production and facilitate their completion, subsequent festival presentation and theatrical release, has been announced.

During the two-day event, which is part of the Sarajevo Film Festival, a number of projects will be presented to selected international sales agents, festival representatives, distributors and postproduction companies. They include: “A Practical Guide to Belgrade” directed by Bojan Vuletić (Serbia); „Life in Squares” by Ivana Mladenović (Romania); „Somewhere in Palilula” by Silviu Purcarete (Romania); „Shadows and Faces” by Dervis Zaim (Turkey) and „Broken Mussels” by Seyfettin Tokmak (Turkey).

The selection also includes „The Slut” directed by Hagar Ben Asher from Israel, a CineLink 2010 partner country.

All projects will compete for the CineLink Work in Progress Awards: Post Republic Award (80,000 euros in post-production services) and RestArt Award (20,000 euros in post-production services). The first film to win this award was “If I want to Whistle, I Whistle” by Romanian director Florin Serban. The movie was subsequently awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlinale 2010.

CineLink Work-in-Progress is open for film projects from the following countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Kosovo.

This article is courtesy of , the online publication of the , which contains analytical reports, in-depth analyses and investigations and news items from throughout the region covering major challenges of the political, social and economic transition in the Balkans.

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CineLink Promotes Southeast European Projects during Sarajevo Film Fest

22 July 2010 The lineup for this year’s CineLink Work in Progress, which aims to promote outstanding Southeast European projects in the stage of post-production and facilitate their completion, subsequent festival presentation and theatrical release, has been announced.

During the two-day event, which is part of the Sarajevo Film Festival, a number of projects will be presented to selected international sales agents, festival representatives, distributors and postproduction companies. They include: “A Practical Guide to Belgrade” directed by Bojan Vuletić (Serbia); „Life in Squares” by Ivana Mladenović (Romania); „Somewhere in Palilula” by Silviu Purcarete (Romania); „Shadows and Faces” by Dervis Zaim (Turkey) and „Broken Mussels” by Seyfettin Tokmak (Turkey).

The selection also includes „The Slut” directed by Hagar Ben Asher from Israel, a CineLink 2010 partner country.

All projects will compete for the CineLink Work in Progress Awards: Post Republic Award (80,000 euros in post-production services) and RestArt Award (20,000 euros in post-production services). The first film to win this award was “If I want to Whistle, I Whistle” by Romanian director Florin Serban. The movie was subsequently awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlinale 2010.

CineLink Work-in-Progress is open for film projects from the following countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Kosovo.

This article is courtesy of , the online publication of the , which contains analytical reports, in-depth analyses and investigations and news items from throughout the region covering major challenges of the political, social and economic transition in the Balkans.

Read the article on Balkan Travelers

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