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Increased promotional efforts and a rise in public funding opportunities have spurred the recent success of Slovak films, according to Peter Dubecky.
The German/Polish film A Woman in Berlin, is among 20 films shown for the Toronto Film Festival's Special Presentations.
Filming on Tomas Houska's psychothriller Labyrinth concluded this week, with post-production expected to be finished by the end of August.
Andrzej Wajda began filming on Tatarak, based on a short story by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, on August 12.
The State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography announced CZK57.4 million (2.38 million Euros) in grants for 2008 and 2009.
Five years from the start of production, The True Story of Janosik is finally in production, with Agnieszka Holland directing.
The Empire Cinema Complex unveiled the first digital 3D screen in Malta, the Malta Independent Online reported.
Forest Holes directed by Sławomir Kulikowski, which ended filming on July 24th, has gone into post production.
Lithuanian director Arunas Matelis will present a week of Lithuanian documentaries at Expo Zaragosa, beginning August 17.
Metod Pevec's film Estrellita received the Amnesty International award at the Motovun film festival.
TVP launched its first HD television channel on August 6, following a trial period, Broadband TV News announced.
MediaPro Studios of Romania and Muse Entertainment of Canada are co-producing sci-fi film Rise of the Gargoyle which began filming in Romania.
Israeli based Cinema City International is in the process of installing 50 digital projectors throughout is cinemas in Central Europe and Israel.
Dutch cable operator UPC Broadband posted second quarter growth in operating cash flow of €402 million, up 12% over 2007 results, led by Poland and Hungary.
President Ilves will decorate Polish film director Andrzej Wajda with the Terra Mariana Order, one of Estonia's highest state distinctions
TV Malta (TVM) saw a rise in audience share during the second quarter of 2008, according to the Maltese Broadcasting Authority.
Viasat Broadcasting plans to launch a movie channel in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania on September 1.
The Baltic Film and Media School is considering a move from Estonia to Latvia, according to local news reports.

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