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KARLOVY VARY: Hungarian director and scriptwriter Arpad Sopsits is in development on a new project titled Psyche based the work of Hungarian poet Sandor Weores.
KARLOVY VARY: After the successful cooperation between Poland and the Czech Republic with the Polish backed Brothers Karamazov directed by the Czech Republic's Petr Zelenka the Czechs have definitely decided…
KARLOVY VARY: Lithuanian filmmakers are facing major obstacles with government funding cut from 2m Euros last year to just over 1m Euros this year. Adding to the small film industry's…
The Isle of MTV, one of Malta's biggest platforms on the international stage, expects to attract 50,000 people to the event underway through July 8.
Volia Cable, a Kiev-based analog TV company, has been fined by Ukraine's Antimonopoly Committee.
KARLOVY VARY: Jelka Stergel, director of the Slovenian Film Fund (SFF) and Eurimages representative for Slovenia, has won her battle against her dismissal from her post as director of the…
KARLOVY VARY: The Hungarians make up the one of the largest national contingents in Karlovy Vary in 2009 with five films, -seven including coproductions,- screening in various official programmes and…
Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com) announced that it signed a multi-year output deal for Warner Bros TV (www.timewarner.com) series and feature films for CME's Bulgarian station, PRO.BG.
Romanian filmmaker Şerban Marinescu is completing Tanti, a contemporary drama from a script written by Mircea Daneliuc.
Outskirts (Periferic) the feature debut from director Bogdan Apetri, written by Cristian Mungiu and Ioana Uricaru (Tales from the Golden Age) is in shooting through August 3.
Director Jan Hrebejk announced he has started shooting his newest film, Kawasaki´s Roses (or Roses for Kawasaki).
NBC Universal Global Networks announced the launch of its SCI FI channel on Poland's Cyfra+ platform.
The Lithuanian SNORAS Group announced that it acquired a 34% stake in Lietuvos rytas, the largest Lithuanian mass media group.
A low budget daily programme on Malta's Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) received 68% of the station's Public Service Obligation (PSO) funding through September 2008.
The Riga Motion Pictures Studio is partnering with the Latvian Academy of Culture to open a film school in Riga.
The Malta Communication Authority 2008 report shows that the country's pay-TV market reached 89% of the population, compared to 84% in 2007.
Despite a drop in the number of participants, 1,542 compared with 1,729 in 2008, DISCOP East managing director Patrick Jucaud put a positive spin on the business results.
Hannu Pro Bulgaria has been selected from a field of six bidders for the tender to build digital TV networks in Bulgaria.

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