- 01 December 2018
- by Geoffrey Macnab
Audiences in Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia don’t typically watch films from their neighbouring countries.
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While the film industries in the Baltic states maintain close ties and regularly co-produce, on the distribution side, audiences simply don’t watch their neighbours’ movies.
That was the topic of an industry panel at the 2018 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in the Estonian capital.
As the panellists explained, this indifference to their neighbours’ cinema culture could have an adverse effect on the development of their industries.
One idea currently being floated is for the Baltic states to join the Nordisk Film and TV Fund
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