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Tobruk, the new World Warr II film from former Barrandov CEO-turned producer-turned director Vaclav Marhoul, fittingly had its pre-premier in Eastern Slovakia on the anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising.
The Karlovy Vary East of the West competition film I Was Here, directed by Rene Vilbre, premiered on Friday, September 12, and shot to the top of Estonian box office…
Waldemar Krzystek's Little Moscow, the first Polish movie dealing with the history of the Soviet army's stationing in Poland, premieres at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.
Marta Plucinska, producer of Road to Paradise, says that director Gerwazy Regula's film about a single mother working in a slaughterhouse who discovers she has a gift for healing, follows…
Considered something of a Hungarian Oskar Schindler, although less known, Rudolf (Rezso) Kasztner, the Jewish rescuer in Budapest during the Holocaust, was the subject of yet another documentary at the…
The Polish Film Festival in Gdynia puts Czech films into focus on September 18, with Czech Film Day.
The National Film Centre of Latvia (NFC) has received 26 documentary film project proposals for the second film project competition in 2008.
With her second feature, Drowsiness, Magdalena Piekorz once again explores the emotional dysfunction of the film's three leading characters.
Another entry built on the theme of theatre productions, Before Twilight tells a story of elderly actors who stage Goethe's Faustus at a nursing home.
0_1_0 competes in Gdynia after its dramatic premiere at the Era New Horizons Film Festival in Wroclaw, just one month after the sudden death of director Piotr Lazarkiewicz in June.
The Estonian government last week dashed hopes of reducing the 18% VAT tax on cinema tickets to 5% in its efforts to put together a balanced state budget for the…
Tamas Kemenyffy's directorial feature debut Fluke (http://mazli.film.hu/) is in postproduction, following a month-long shoot, and will be released in Hungary October 23, the director told FNE.
The Arsenals film festival opened with a screening of the restored Norwegian silent film, The Bridal Party in Hardanger, along with the winner of a decidedly non-film competition, A newly-created…
A Warm Heart from Krzysztof Zanussi takes a dark comedy approach to the subject of heart transplants.
Kasia Adamik, daughter of Agnieszka Holland, makes her debut with The Offsiders, a story about a football team composed entirely of homeless people.
Independent distributor SPI International Central Europa has will distribute Venice film festival Golden Lion winner The Wrestler.
Riga's Arsenals film festival earns its reputation for unconventionality from betinning to end, opening this year on September 12 with the 1923 film based on the Oscar Wilde/Aubrey Beardsley sensation…
Gabor Dettre, whose latest movie Tableau screened in the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, has completed principal photography with the cast on his experimental film based on Sophocles' Antigone.

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