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Bulgaria's National Film Center (www.nfc.bg) announced that 14 new titles are expected to be produced in 2010.
Writer and editor Dr. Zoltán Kőrösi 48) has been selected as the new president of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA).
Kamen Kalev's festival success, Eastern Plays, will have theatrical releases in 15 countries across Europe -- including Hungary and Slovenia -- and beyond, through international sales agent Memento Films.
Estonia's box rose in 2009, but the share for domestic films dropped sharply.
The Bulgarian CEO of Romanian channel Kanal D, Pavel Stanchev, confirmed he will leave the station for a new position to be announced within the next three weeks.
Damjan Kozole's third film Slovenian Girl has been sold to distribution company Film Movement (www.filmmovement.com) and will be shown under the title A Call Girl in American cinemas in the…
Acclaimed fiction and documentary films from Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania will screen at the NY Jewish Film Festival, running through January 28.
Marek Żydowicz, the director of the Camerimage festival, is leading a sit-in strike by 150 film supporters in the Lodz City Council over failure of the City Council to introduce…
Juridic TV, the first Romanian theme channel focused on legal issues will premiere in February. The channel, financed by local law firm Coltuc (www.coltuc.ro), will air 24 hours per day…
The Slovenian Film Fund (www.film-sklad.si) has appointed Marjetica Mahne, president of the Film Fund's supervisory board, as acting director.
KidsCo increased its territories throughout Central Europe, with several launches in place by the start of 2010.
MediaPro Interactiv (www.mpinteractiv.ro) has launched www.muvix.ro, the first Romanian pay-website with movies that can be watched online.
Admissions at Slovenian cinemas rose 8% in 2009, to over 2.6 million tickets for an attendance rate of 1.3 tickets per person.
Romania's new minister of culture, Kelemen Hunor, will intervene in the government's 2009 annulment of a 4% tax on gambling profits directed to the Cinema Fund.
The 41st Hungarian Film Week (www.hungarianfilmweek.com) will screen 16 films in competition, with Miklós Jancsó's So Much For Justice! set to open the festival on February 2.
The Bulgarian government is proposing a 57% cut in public funding for the national film industry, prompting an official protest by the National Film Council.
Bathory, the ground-breaking box office success from Slovak director Juraj Jakubisko, is poised for a Hungarian gala opening on January 14, attended by the film's international cast of actors.
FNE has been awarded a grant of 75 000 Euros from EU MEDIA to continue and expand its work in 2010.
Slovakia is experiencing a boom in domestic TV series, with eight successful series being produced by the country's two commercial stations, Joj and Markiza.
The Irish-Czech-Slovak coproduction Foxes (Lištičky) by Slovak director Mira Fornay opened in Slovakia December 10, following its Slovak premiere at the Bratislava film festival, distributed by Continental Film, s.r.o. (www.continental-film.sk).

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