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Lidice, a Czech-Polish war drama from director Alice Nellis, will begin shooting at the end of November, producer Adam Dvořák, head of production/distribution company Bioscop (www.bioscop.cz), announced.
The Romanian Cinema Fund might be reduced by 40% in 2010 due to a new law exempting casinos and gambling from contributing, along with a decrease in monies from TV…
The Swedish investment fund EQT V (EQT) (www.eqt.dk) has paid €210 million for the acquisition of the two Bulgarian major cable operator, Eurocom (ekk.bg) and Cabletel (www.cabletel.bg).
Bulgarian police have stopped the illegal broadcast of 90 cable TV channels operating out of the town of Karlovo.
The cinemas may have been filled to capacity at the Jihlava documentary festival, but the hottest ticket was for a seat in the standing-room-only pitching session, East European Forum on…
M-Appeal has acquired world sales rights to Slovenian Girl directed by Damjan Kozole (Spare Parts).
Former Czech First Lady Dagmar Havlova is among the nominees for the Elsa Awards, the Czech awards for excellence in TV broadcating, which will be announced on December 12.
The Whistelblower, Larysa Kondracki's feature debut starring Rachel Weisz, Monica Bellucci, Vanessa Redgrave, David Straitharn and Nikolaj Lie Kaas, started filming at MediaPro Studios (www.mediaprostudios.com) in Bucharest on October 26.
Chameleon by Hungarian director Krisztina Goda is one of 26 films selected to receive film sales support by European Film Promotion (EFP) at the upcoming AFM.
A Polish/British Oscar-winning animation team have started work on Project Chopin, the biggest European animation film of the year.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com). which trades on NASDAQ and thePrague Stock Exchange as CETV, reported third quarter earnings of $134.5 million, down $40.6 million from third quarter 2008.
Grapes 2 (Bobule 2), the sequel to a 2008 Czech hit film, drew 67,000 admissions and CZK 8 million (307,000 Euros) on its four-day opening week-end, October 22-25.
Internationally acclaimed stage director Silviu Purcărete makes his directorial film debut with Somewhere in Palilula, an ambitious dark comedy about life under communism. Shooting started in Bucharest on October 14.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the American premiere of Satan's Tango (Sátántangó), Béla Tarr's masterpiece.
On the Spot, a Hungarian documentary series, is launching on TV channel Spektrum on November 7.
History of Aviation (A repülés története), a short film by Bálint Kenyeres, won the main prize (the Golden Hugo) at the Chicago International Film Festival.
The opening of Janosik. A True Story in Central Europe came after more than six years in production limbo before being resuscitated by Polish funding.
Born to Raise Hell, an action movie directed by Lauro Chartrand and starring Steven Seagal, will be shot at Castel Film Studios starting in early November.
Three Slovenian projects have been awarded 113,500 EUR in support from the EU MEDIA programme.
Hungarian actress Orsi Tóth is one of three European Film Promotion (EFP) "Shooting Stars" who will be feted during the European Film Forum Scanorama in Vilnius (November 5-7, 2009).

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