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ANTALYA: Serbian film director Emir Kusturica has left the 47th Antalya Golden Orange IFF following protests over his alleged comments about the Bosnian war. Kusturica has said he did not…
PECS: Hungarian production company KMH Film Productions (www.kmhfilm.com) and producer Ferenc Pusztai received the first Film New Europe Visegrad Prix at the closing ceremony of CinePécs IFF (www.cinepecs.hu/) in Pecs…
BUCHAREST: Romanian director Radu Jude's first feature, The Happiest Girl In The World / Cea mai fericită fată din lume (www.ceamaifericitafatadinlume.ro) has secured distribution in Slovenia and ex-Yugoslavia, and just…
BUDAPEST: Abigél, the first feature film based on a popular Hungarian novel for youth, is in preproduction for an August/September 2011 shoot and theatrical release in 2012.
1 What was the most important development in the Estonia's film industry over the past year? Coping with the economic crisis has been quite a struggle for the whole country.…
TALLINN: This year's European Film Awards to be handed out in Tallinn! On 4 December, the cremé of the European film industry will be in Tallinn for the award ceremony…
Estonian animation which recently celebrated its 50th birthday has been the flagbearer of Estonian cinema for most of that period with its seemingly endless list of festival awards and a…
France's Maladiva Films released DVD versions of four Slovak classics from the 1960's to French-speaking European territories France, Belgium, and Switzerland on 7 October 2010. They include two films by…
The 12th IFF Bratislava announced ten films representing five continents selected for its main competition for first and second feature films. The competition includes films from Bulgaria and Romania, two…
Sixteen feature films are screening in the international competition of the 26th Warsaw Film Festival (www.wff.pl), which runs 8-17 October. The list includes only thre films from CEE, with The…
Twenty independent feature films, including seven films making their European premieres, will compete in the first American Film Festival (www.americanfilmfestival.pl), taking place 20-24 October 2010 in Wroclaw.
VARNA: Bulgarian filmmakers have become the latest victims of the austerity measures sweeping Europe in the wake of the European governments bail out of banks following the global financial crisis.
The Baltic Film and Media School, (www.bfm.ee) the only English-language film and TV school in Northern Europe, has embarked on a new round of substantial developments. Foremost among these are…
BUCHAREST: Bogdan Dumitrescu Dreyer (A Cold Place In The Sun and Thalassa, Thalassa ) has postponed shooting on So I Say starring Gérard Depardieu and Harvey Keitel. Filming was originally…
Georgia has selected the film Street Days directed by Levan Koguashvili as the country's entry for the Oscar Best Foreign Language Film Award.
Cyprus public broadcasting channel CyBC (www.cybc.com.cy) has bought rights to the Come Dine with Me from Britain's ITV.
The Estonian Film Foundation supported the following features, documentaries and animation projects in 2010. Last round for feature development was March 8, 2010, feature script support April 5, 2010. For…
A group of Czech documentary filmmakers have withdrawn their films from Ekofilm festival, taking place in south Bohemia.
Evo TV (www.evotv.ro), the first online television in Romania, was re-launched on 4 October 2010. The station was originally launched in 2007, but ceased broadcasts in July 2008. It will…

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