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“Black Nights Goes to Cannes”: project submissions are open
For the first time Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF) joins the well established Marché du Film showcase "Goes to Cannes" with an aim to present 5 international film projects in post-production stage at the Marché du Film in July. “Black Nights Goes to Cannes” is part of the PÖFF’s 25th birthday celebrations, in a year where PÖFF’s industry platform Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event also celebrates its 20th anniversary. Film industry professionals who are interested to present a project at the event are invited to send in their submissions by May, 12 2021.
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Script Pool TV 2020 project “Who shot Otto Mueller?” is set to be the first Estonian Viaplay original

An Estonian project from Script Pool TV 2020 edition, "Who Shot Otto Mueller?" is partnering with streamer Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) to create the first-ever Estonian Viaplay Original, according to Deadline.

Berlinale premiers three films previously part of Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event

This week the 71st Berlinale Film Festival kicked off with its Industry Event and the professionals have a chance to check out also the Film Selection announced in February. Among the wide variety of films premiering we are very proud to see three that have been part of the Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event!

The European Genre Forum calls for submissions

The European Genre Forum, a one-year training cycle for emerging European genre filmmakers, has sent out the call for submissions. In 2021, EGF, a collaboration between the Imagine, Fantastic Zagreb and Black Nights Film Festivals, will run three Labs in Amsterdam (April), Zagreb (July) and Tallinn (November). In between labs, there are online feedback points.

Did you miss an event Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event?

We are so happy that the first online Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event saw over 35 000 virtual attendances – we had close to 900 virtual accreditations from 60 countries – both numbers have set a record for the summit.

Online events of Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event boosted the new attendance record of Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

The first online Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event saw over 35 000 virtual attendances, resulting from a record 1600 accredited professionals across industry events and the film festival. The number plays a significant part in setting a record also for Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, with an estimated 101 833 physical and virtual attendances this year.