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TV Nova (www.nova.cz) and Prima TV (www.iprima.cz) , the two leading commercial broadcasters in the Czech Republic, have finally signed up to the country's digitalisation plan.
Dance in the Desert will participate at the 12th Baltic Sea Forum for Documentaries in Riga September 6-7.
Local film institution Silesia Film had awarded four movie projects with 301,000 Euros in funding.
Sixteen films will compete for the Golden Lion at the 33rd Festival of Polish Films in Gdynia (festiwalgdynia.pl), September 15-20.
Story TV4! will receive a branding make-over when it splits into two channels in mid-September.
Films from Slovenia, Hungary, and Estonia will compete in the short film section at the Venice film festival August 27-September 6.
Malta has launched a new film fund of 233,000 Euros for audiovisual works produced by Maltese registered companies.
Jan Nemec's Holka Ferrari Dino will open the Fresh Film Festival in Karlovy Vary on August 27, following an internet premiere.
PBK, a Russian language station owned by Russian broadcaster Pervyi Kanal, has moved up to second place in Estonia's TV ratings.
Three members of a Bulgarian National TV crew were arrested in Macedonia while filming in the town of Bitola on August 15.
Fox Sports reports that Slovenian audiences for the Chinese Olympics have almost doubled over figures for the Sydney Olympics.
Romania's Pro TV received an International Emmy nomination for Any Idea What Your Kid is Doing Right Now?
The German/Polish co-production 33 Scenes from Life won the Special Jury Prize at the Locarno film festival which at the closing ceremony on August 16.
Polish documentary director Maciej Adamiak began shooting his first feature, the winner of the Hartley-Merrill scriptwriting prize The Picture on August 12.
F.A. Brabec's poetic film May has its world premiere in Prague on August 21.
Increased promotional efforts and a rise in public funding opportunities have spurred the recent success of Slovak films, according to Peter Dubecky.
The German/Polish film A Woman in Berlin, is among 20 films shown for the Toronto Film Festival's Special Presentations.
Filming on Tomas Houska's psychothriller Labyrinth concluded this week, with post-production expected to be finished by the end of August.
Andrzej Wajda began filming on Tatarak, based on a short story by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, on August 12.
The State Fund for the Support and Development of Czech Cinematography announced CZK57.4 million (2.38 million Euros) in grants for 2008 and 2009.

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