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This year's Movie Feast, Moziunnep 2008 (www.moziunnep.hu), brought more than 400,000 spectators to cinemas, organizer Upper Studio announcemed.
The program of the 24th Warsaw International Film Festiwal, scheduled for October 10-19, was announced at the press conference in Multikino Zlote Tarasy.
Media companies in Romania are consolidating, a report in The Diplomat Bucharest concludes.
According to a Stop.hu survey, 60% of Hungarian children age 8-14 watch their favorite TV programs every day, according to a report on realdeal.hu.
With the economic growth stalling, Estonia is reducing its state film financing this year and faces further cuts in coming years.
The Association of Slovenian Filmmakers (DSFU) chose Rooster's Breakfast by Marko Nabersnik and produced by Arsmedia, as the Slovenian candidate for the Foreign Language Academy Award.
Slovenian film Short Circuits by director Janez Lapajne won the Crystal Eye award for best feature film at the second edition of the Eastern European Festival in Montrea, EUROfEST.
Andrejs Ekis, the charismatic and ambitious producer of this year's record-breaking historical epic Defenders of Riga, is looking to Latvia's history to bring in local audiences.
Hungarian distribution and exhibition power house, Budapest Film Zrt. (www.budapestfilm.hu) will open its newly reconstructed Toldi Cinema, the first E-cinema in Budapest, on October 2.
Last Dichers, a €600,000 film from debuting director Jitka Rudolfova, will wrap its shoot on rural Czech locations October 6.
Tulpan, a German/Swiss/Kazakh/Russian/Polish co-production with Poland's Filmcontract, is among the four films nominated for European Film Academy's "European Discovery" award.
European Film Promotion used the platform of the San Sebastian film festival to herald the efforts of the unsung heros of the film industry in Central Europe: the distributors.
Adding to his popular series of Open Classes, Sofia-based French producer Patrick Sandrin organized the 11th edition on producing, featuring director general of Arte France Cinema, Michel Reilhac.
Petr Zelenka's The Karamazovs will be the Czech bid for the Oscar foreign language film category, the Czech Film and Television academy (www.cfta.cz) announced.
Political topics are grabbing the attention of Czech and filmmakers, as 27 projects prepare to compete for international funding at the Jihlava International Documentary Festival's East European Forum (October 24-29).
Film critic Andras Rez is launching a film school, Werk Academy (WFA www.werkakademia.hu), for practical training for directors, producers, editors and screenwriters.
Palace Cinemas, a leading force in the Central European exhibition business, is moving into distribution in Hungary by launching Palace Pictures.
Country Teacher by ascendant Czech director Bohdan Slama has been sold to American distributor Film Movement, which bought the licence and theatrical distribution rights for in the US,
The Estonian parliament has passed a bill exempting all TV broadcasters who relay digital programming from paying licence fees beginning January, 2009.
TV JOJ has signed an unprecedented exclusive output agreement with Tandem Communications covering the Munich-based company´s entire slate, JOJ head of acquisitions Erika Tothova announced.

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