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The Lithuanian Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Education and Science has announced a competition for €300,000 (1 million LTL) to be granted for a film in honor of the…
BUCHAREST: Alexander Nanau, recipient of the International Emmy 2010 for The World According to Ion B, is preparing a new full length documentary, 136, which will be produced by Strada…
LJUBLJANA: The Slovenian Film Center, a public agency which began operations on 1 January 2011, replacing the Slovenian Film Fund (SFF) (www.film-sklad.si), has appointed Samo Rugelj as acting director. He…
Bulgarian distributors are stepping up to distribute domestic films. Two companies, A Plus and Pro Films, are investing their own funds to continue support for Bulgarian films in 2011.
TALLINN: Estonia's cinema admissions rose by 16% in 2010, amounting to a record-breaking 2.1 million, or a healthy 1.59 admissions per capita. The figure marks the best result since the…
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (.CHB, www.hungaricu.de) is presenting its fourth Cinema Total event from 12-15 February 2011 at the Berlin Film Festival.
PRAGUE: Czech media reported that Z1, the first privately owned Czech 24-hour news channel, was ceasing broadcasts as of 24 January 2011.
East Silver was recently approached by two European TV stations that showed interest in two titles from the market. One of them is the Dutch TV station HUMAN which acquired…
In 2010, Turkish films continued to dominate the national box office in Turkey, claiming 186 Million Turkish Liras of a total 357 million TL in box income, once more staying…
BUCHAREST: Bucharest City Hall has informed local media that The Dark Knight Rises, the upcoming film in the Batman series, is in discussions to film in Romania.
CYPRUS: The Ministry of Education and Culture announces that the 9th CYPRUS FILM DAYS -International Film Festival 2011, co-organised with the Rialto theatre has been upgraded to an international competition…
A new tender for a public digital TV license has been announced by Estonia's Ministry of Culture.
The Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture has announced that the 9th CYPRUS FILM DAYS -International Film Festival 2011, co-organised with the Rialto theatre has been upgraded to an international…
The island nation of Malta has announced the switch from analogue to digital TV broadcast effective as of 1 June 2011.
WARSAW: Poland's National Film Archives announced that it will digitally restore and preserve dozens of Polish films in 2011 with funding from the Ministry of Culture.
Latvia had a 33% increase in TV advertisements in December 2010, compared with December 2009.
WARSAW: Directors Jerzy Skolimowski and Jan Jakub Kolski, and actress Krystyna Janda were among the Polish film professionals who the Polish president awarded at a ceremony 18 January 2011 in…
BUCHAREST: RADEF RomâniaFilm (www.romaniafilm.ro), the communist era manager of Romanian cinemas and current owner of some 30 screens in Romania, has opened its first 3D cine-café in Bucharest. The company…
WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster TVP has cut its advertising rates for February by 20%, due to changes in its pricing strategy.
WARSAW: Weekend, a dark gangster comedy directed by Cezary Pazura, hit a new Polish record opening weekend with 275,000 admissions. The film is the directing debut of Pazura, a Polish…

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