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Marius Jampolskis was awarded Lithuania's 2008 Silver Crane for best actor in Kristina Buozyte's Collectress.
Slovak actor Lubos Kostelny (born 1981) was well known to theatre going audiences in Slovakia, but in 2008 Kostelny became a Slovak film star as well.
Ayca Damgaci took the actor's mantra -- to use experiences from one's own life -- and parlayed it into Best Actress awards at the Istanbul, Sarajevo, and Adana Golden Boll…
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) announced that CEO Michael Garin is retiring to become vice chairman of the board of directors, and named Adrian Sarbu as President.
Australian director Peter Weir plans a two month shoot on The Way Back in Bulgaria beginning in March, 2009.
Director Viktor Taus' sequel to Karel Smyczek's 1983 romantic film of a winter school trip to the mountains, Daffodils & Tough Guys, will open in Czech cinemas December 18 with…
The most anticipated movie of the year in Turkey, Cem Yilmaz's A.R.O.G broke the opening weekend box-office record with 816,304 admissions and YLT 7,114,043 (3.500.000 million euros) in box office.
The Film Fund Gyor (www.filmfundgyor.eu), the first Hungarian regional film fund was officially opened with a ceremony on December 1.
A Kind of America 2 (www.valamiamerika2.hu), the sequel of the last decade's most successful Hungarian movie, opens in Hungary on December 18.
Jan A.P Kaczmarek, the Oscar winner who wrote the music for Finding Neverland, will be composing the score for City Island, a new movie starring Andy Garcia.
Hungarian producer Tamas Hutlassa is looking to line up Eastern European co-producers for a film based on a prize-winning script.
The 49th Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth (May 31-June 7) has been selected as an official cultural event as part of the upcoming Czech Republic's EU presidency.
A Dream That Left, directed by Jacek Piotr Blawut, has moved into pre-production, after preparation that began in February, 2008.
Two Fires, directed by Agnieszka Lukasiak, is preparing to go into production in February.
The 12th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival announced that the English-Irish prison drama Hunger has won the Grand Prix in the EurAsia competition.
The winners of Plus Camerimage 2008, which recognizes excellence in cinematography, were announced in Lodz.
The 1931 film Hyppolit the Butler, the first Hungarian "talkie," has been digitally restored.
The Konecki & Saramonowicz duet is once again taking a comedy spin on the relations between the sexes.
The Lithuanian government has approved a plan to create a National Film Centre, which set to open in 2009.
Prague faced its first multiplex closure: Cinema City at Novodvorska Plaza shopping center was closed on December 3 because of low ticket sales.

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