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BERLIN:The ghost of the absent director Roman Polanski, under house arrest in Switzerland, hung over the premier of his film in competition in Berlin. The Polish born director was arrested…
The Czech Republic has seen big budget foreign productions mostly dry up in 2009 following a long decline. In 2003, Hollywood and European filmmakers spent more than 5 bilion crowns…
Domestic films, particularly comedies, continued to outperform Hollywood at the box office in 2009.
FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Czech Republic 2009 As 2009 draws to a close the Czech film industry is poised for a "make or break" new film law that if approved…
BERLIN: Polish director Roman Polanski is not expected on the red carpet tonight but his film Ghost Writer has dominated the buzz here in Berlin.
Party Alert: All parties require an invitation from the organizers EFM opening party
Her talent earned her the title of the most promising young Polish actress; after appearing in Polish film for many years, Agata Buzek is finally in the international spotlight.
The full length documentary Journey through Lithuania (Kelionė per Lietuvą) premieres on March 4 in Vilnius with nation-wide distribution.
The new Slovak Audiovisual Fund (www.avf.sk) received 169 applications in its first call since the fund was established on January 1, 2009.
Party Alert: All parties require an invitation from the organizers Berlinale Opening Party following opening ceremony at Berlinale Palast By Invitation Only
Romanian shooting star Dragos Bucur's career was launched by the new generation of high profile Romanian directors, turning him into a national and international star.
Croatia's first Shooting Star Zrinka Cvitesic (b. Karlovac, Croatia, 1979) is one of leading young female actresses in Croatia.
With his an innocent boy looks, Czech actor Kryštof Hádek could play build a comfortable career playing only teenage idols.
FNE spoke with Pavel Strnad, chairman of the Czech Audiovisual Producers' Association about the current state of the Czech film industry
Czech director Jan Hřebejk's movie Kawasaki's Rose opens the Panorama section of the Berlinale (Feb. 11-21), with another six Czech films being presented at the European Film Market.
BUDAPEST: Bibliotheque Pascal directed by Szabolcs Hajdu collected the top prize at the 41st Hungarian Film Week (2-8 February) at the annual showcase of new Hungarian production.
FNE: What was the most important development in Slovak film industry over the past year? Martin Šmatlák: The main change is the creation of the Audiovisual Fund on 1 January…
FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Slovakia 2009Slovakia made a giant step forward in 2009 with the adoption of the Euro as its national currency and long awaited audiovisual legislation that established…
FNE Visegrad Country Focus: Hungary 2009 Hungary has become one of Europe's international coproduction hubs over the past five years since the passage of important legislation that set up a…
FNE: What was the most important development in your country's film industry over the past year? Ferenc Grunwalsky: The most remarkable day is just coming now, this Thursday. In July…

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