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A proposed museum of Slovene film actors has received a grant of €1,234,845 from the EEA and Norway grants program.
The National Film Centre of Latvia (NFC) has announced €1.64 million in funding for film production in 2009.
The 13th Baltic Sea Forum for Documentaries, taking place September 1-6, 2009, in Riga, is accepting applications from documentary filmmakers through June 5, 2009.
The beloved Bulgarian actor, storyteller, artist, animator and writer Kliment Denchev died on March 29 at age 69 in Montreal.
Jelka Stergel, the director of the Slovenian Film Fund (SFF) (http://www.film-sklad.si/), was dismissed on Thursday, April 2, and replaced by board member Denis Miklavcic.
Jelka Stergel, the director of the Slovenian Film Fund, was dismissed on Thursday, April 2, and replaced by board member Denis Miklavcic.
Technological development in the telecoms market in Malta is keeping pace with new developments, according to the 2008 Europe Telecoms Mobile and Broadband in Italy and Malta report.
MIPTV reported attendance of 11,500 industry executives from 105 countries at the 2009 market (March 30-April 3), a drop of some 14%.
A ten member council governing the Audiovisual Fund of Slovakia has been appointed, with each member to serve a six-year term.
The Board of the Motion Picture Section of the National Cultural Fund of Hungary (www.nka.hu) announced its latest funding decisions on March 31, covering scriptwriting and digitalization of films.
MGM Networks announced the launch of a local version of MGM Channel in Slovenia on March 31.
Organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts and sponsored by AKBANK, the 28th International Istanbul Film Festival is fast approaching.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Culture has denied allegations by the head of the National Film Council of Bulgaria that it intends to cut film funding in 2009 by nearly 59%.
SPI International channel FILMBOX HD will be distributed by SkyLink, the digital satellite platform in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, beginning April 1.
The World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb (Animafest) and Motovun Film Festival will be the the first Croatian festivals receiving support from the MEDIA programme.
The Lithuanian-Polish-Dutch co-production feature film Farewell (Atsisveikinimas) directed by Tomas Donela is now in postproduction.
Writer/actor/director Ivailo Hristov is mid-way through a six-week spring shooting schedule (along with one week in autumn) on his newest immigration story A Place With No Windows.
Cinema Spring film festival launched the first Lithuanian film online, Jurate Samulionyte's stop-motion film No Routine on March 30.
Public broadcaster TVP and Cyfrowy Polsat, the biggest satellite operator in Poland, have signed an agreement regulating their cooperation.
Prague 16-23 April 2009 / Brno 25-30 April 2009 / Olomouc 27-30 April 2009

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