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Despite the economic crisis, 2009 was a strong year for Polish film production with 48 features completed.
For the past nine year, Prague's Institute of Documentary Film has been reaching out to CEE documentary directors and producers, promoting and enabling the rise of documentary films from across…
Despite a lack of tax rebates, Poland is becoming more open to co-productions, usually with one or two partner countries.
In Czech cinemas, domestic films, particularly comedies outperform Hollywood, thanks to loyal Czech audiences.
In 2009 the Slovak film industry saw one of its most relevant transitions: the creation of an independent audiovisual funding body.
The primary source of public funding for movie production in Poland is the Polish Film Institute (www.pisf.pl), founded in 2005.
Bulgaria's Nova TV has acquired rights to a second season of the soap opera Forbidden Love (Zabranena Lyubov) from FremantleMedia Enterprises.
FNE spoke with Ferenc Grunwalsky, President of the Motion Picture Public Fund of Hungary (MMK), about the current state of the Hungarian film industry.
FNE spoke with Martin Šmatlák, the first director of the new Slovak Audiovisual Fund (http://www.culture.gov.sk/sekcie/audiovizualny-fond2), about the current state of the Slovak film industry.
While the global financial crisis is affecting film production, 2009 is shaping up to be a record year for Polish distribution, with over 31.5 million tickets sold to date.
While commercial Slovak television, led by CME's Markiza TV, has seen a dramatic downturn in advertising revenues due to the global economic crisis, the Slovak film industry has so far…
Slovakia made a giant step forward in 2009 with the adoption of the Euro as its national currency and long awaited audiovisual legislation that established a new Audiovisual Fund.
As 2009 draws to a close the Czech film industry is poised for a "make or break" new film law that if approved would set up a government backed plan…
Despite the economic crisis, 2009 was a strong year for Polish film production. with 48 features completed.
The major grant and funding organization for Hungarian film is the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA), which dispersed some HUF 5.4 billion (20 million euro) in 2009.
Poland's Wojna i Pokoj channel and Hungary's Duna TV were among the winners at the November 20 Hot Bird TV awards, recognizing the highest quality of content creation and innovation…
The Czech Republic has seen big budget foreign productions mostly dry up in 2009 following a long decline.
Slovakia's filmmakers have participated in an impressive 12 coproductions in 2009 -- four of them with a Slovak majority share.
The New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is festuring a series on Lithuanian cinema since 1990 in a retrospective funning December 4-14.
Croatia's The Blacks (Crnci) directed by Zvonimir Jurić and Goran Dević won the main prize of the 20th Ljubljana film festival LIFFe (en.liffe.si) at the festival's November 22 closing ceremony.

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