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Genghis Khan might seem an unlikely hero for our times but he is currently enjoying a wave of popularity in the cinema, first with Sergei Bodrov’s Oscar nominated Mongol and…
The Polish Ministry of Defense, representing the State Treasury, agreed to an out of court settlement with Polish media group ITI on May 8.
Wanted, which shot in the Czech Republic and Budapest, is gearing up for a June 27 release.
Cyprus based alternative investment firm Opalesque hosts a webinar May 13 with film financing experts.
Liberty Global Inc., owner of Central European cable company UPC, announced first quarter operating cash flow of $1.1 billion (€715 million).
Estonian production company Allfilm's Vasha has moved into post-production, following a 36-day shoot, most of it taking place in and around Tallinn.
The government of Malta announced that it has signed a three-year contract to host the Isle of MTV concert, through 2010.
The second annual STEPdoc mobility grant was announced in London.
The fifth edition of Eurocine27 on May 9 will screen films from the 27 EU member countries in Brussels.
Cannes 2006 "Producer on the Move" Karla Stojakova has been scouting German co-production partners for Normal, a Czech-Finnish co-production directed by rising young Czech director Julius Sevcik.
Fox Sport International announced it launched a new all-sports channel in Central Europe on May 5.
Six-month-old Artcore landed its first major Polish title for promotion, Louise's Garden.
Film students Martin Duda from FAMU and Matev Luzar from the University of Ljubljana are among the five finalists competing for the Honorary Foreign Film Award at the Student Academy…
The seventh edition of Anifest, the Czech festival of animated films, runs May 7-13 in Trebon with 633 films representing 59 countries.
CISFF wrapped April 27 in Nicosia, with best fiction short and best actress (Catarina Lacerda) going to It Wasn't God's Will, and best experimental short for Belgium film Free Admission.
The Polish Parliament amended the Media Bill, shifting power away from politicians, after Senate discussion and corrections last week.
Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) announced that it is supplying high definition digital video recorders to Hello Platform for the launch of the new Hungarian television platform, which launched May 1.

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