Private lives and public funds

  • 1999-07-08
  • By Katya Cengel
The 10th annual Balticum Film and TV Festival showed Baltic directors how to turn weaknesses into strengths, as Katya Cengel reports.Free from censorship but still behind their Scandinavian neighbors in the development and funding of the film industry, Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian directors discovered the benefits of underdevelopment at a summer film festival run by the Baltic Media Center."The Baltic countries don't have big production budgets, but they provide something else - more insight and depth than from my part of the world," said Scandinavian Simon Holmberg, deputy director of ...
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