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Cinemax (www.cine-max.sk), the exhibitor of the multi-cinema chain Cinemax, opened a 7-screen multiplex in the Slovak city Kosice on November 29.
The Polish Hartely-Merril 2009, organized by the Andrzej Wajda Directing School, Polish Film Institute, HBO, and the Marshall of the Masovia Province, is launching a new award PLN 10,000 to…
Magyar Telekom, a subsidary of Deutsche Telekom, announced the launch of satellite service, T-Home Sat TV.
Slovenia's new minister of culture, former critic Majda Sirca Ravnikar, installed on November 26, indicated she will push for more EU funding to go into the arts, and filmmakers look…
Public TV station RTV Slovenia (www.rtvslo.si) has premiered the first Slovenian daily TV serial, Passions.
Two new Czech documentaries, RAPublic and Gyumri are opening in Czech cinemas, following their premiers at the Jihlava documentary festival (IDFF).
Polish film and TV professional are banding together to introduce changes in the Polish media sphere with a Citizen Media Bill.
Poland's acclaimed international festival of the art of cinematography, Camerimage (taking place in the country's film capital Lodz, November 29-December 6) has announced competition film line-up and jury.
Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr is preparing a 35-day December shoot for The Turin Horse, an Hungarian-Swiss-German-French co-production in Hungary.
Turkish TV series are driving the TV ratings in Arab speaking Middle East while more producers line up projects featuring Turkish stars.
The recent 49th Thessaloniki IFF (http://www.filmfestival.gr/) turned out to be most profitable for Bulgarian filmmakers.
The Baltic Event Co-Production Market, which begins December 1st, announced a slate of 12 projects chosen from the Baltics, Scandinavia, Central-Eastern Europe, and Russia.
The financial crisis at ITI Group will suspend the stock exchange debut of one of the biggest Polish cinema chains, Multikino.
The Austrian Broadcasting Service (ORS), which controls the transmission towers of Austrian public broadcaster ORF, is bidding on expansions in Central European territories.
Slovenia may be alone among Central European countries in reaching out in a big way to former Yugoslav countries to offer financial support through co-productions.
Filip Renc's remake of a 1937 film based on a Czech psychological suspense novel, Guard No. 47 opens November 27 in Czech cinemas in 25 prints.
Polish, Hungarian, and Romanian theme channels were among the winners of the annual Hot Bird TV Awards, announced on November 17.
The impact of the Ljubljana film festival LIFFE (November 12-23) lingers far beyond closing night, with around 20 films from the festival going into Slovenian distribution each year.
Charlotte Rampling, Michael York and Rutger Hauer came to Katowice to star in a new movie from Lech Majewski, inspired by a famous Pieter Breugel's painting.
Los Angeles-based filmmaker and actor Endre Hules (Seven, Apollo 13) is returning to his homeland, Hungary to make his 1.4 million euro (HUF 375 million) directorial debut, The Maiden Danced…

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