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Dimitar Manchev, one of Bulgaria's most popular stage, film and tv actors passed away January 14 in Sofia.
The first session of the Polish Film Institute in 2009 resulted in additional funding for four international co-productions involving producers from Poland.
TV Barrandov, a new digital TV channel that received a DVB-T broadcasting licence last year, launched on January 11.
The Romanian National Audiovisual Council fined station National TV €1,200 following a violent outburst by a TV presenter.
For Ever, the latest offering from Slovenian director (and European Film Academy member) Damjan Kozole opened January 8 in Slovenia.
Torn From the Flag, Klaudia Kovacs' indie documentary on the global effects of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, took the main prize at the Beverly Hills Hi-Def film festival.
Three Slovenian Distributors have received €16,000 in support from MEDIA Desk Slovenia for distributing three European movies.
Bulgarian scriptwriter and film and documentary director Svetoslav Ovcharov (A Farewell to Hemingway, Bulgaria, That's Me!) has begun shooting his new feature Voice Over.
The City of Lodz Office is offering 1 million PLN for filmmakers, provided they will spend it in the city.
The Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund has approved financing for two Hungarian films, including one Bulgarian co-production.
Film New Europe is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of 68,000 Euros from the MEDIA Programme of the European Union for 2009 to continue its…
In just over 10 weeks, and in less than 10 cinema halls, Javor Gardev's Dzift surpassed the expectations of both the Alexandra distribution group and production company Miramar Film.
Maris Martinsons' Loss (www.lossmovie.com), a drama dealing with the problems of emigration, adoption and guardianship, scored the top spot at the Lithuanian box office for 2008.
A Czech feel-good comedy, Grapes, is turning into a local box office hit.
The number one national box office hit in Estonia in 2008, December Heat by debut director Asko Kase, gathered close to 60,000 admissions, beating a string of Hollywood blockbusters.
The number one national box office hit in Estonia in 2008, December Heat by debut director Asko Kase, gathered close to 60,000 admissions, beating a string of Hollywood blockbusters.
Hungarian audiences fell in love with the Valentine's Day release 9 and ½ Dates (www.kilencesfelrandi.hu).
Defenders of Riga, dedicated to Latvia's fight for independence in 1919, has become a national hit and is being screened far outside of Latvia's borders.
2008 has been especially successful for the national productions: for the first time in two years a local title is on top of the box office charts.
Romania's top grossing local film in 2008 was Sergiu Nicolaescu's The Survivor, with a total of 26,772 tickets sold over 17 weeks of screening, to a total of about €86,600.

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