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The Slovenian Film Fund (www.film-sklad.si) has announce the slate of films and festivals which will receive support in 2009.
The Film Agency for Wales has granted £150,000 (€175,000) to the Cyprus-set film The Silk Man.
The festival juries have awarded the best films of the 44th Karlovy Vary IFF 2009 during the Official Closing on July 11.
KARLOVY VARY: The director producer team that made Lost Times which won the main prize at this year's Hungarian Film Week and had its international premier in the East of…
KARLOVY VARY: The director producer team that made Lost Times which won the main prize at this year's Hungarian Film Week and had its international premier in the East of…
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…
KARLOVY VARY: Prolific Hungarian director Gyorgy Palfi has three new projects in the pipeline together with producer Gabor Varadi helmer at Budapest based Eurofilm Studio (www.eurofilm.hu).
Chello Zone has fought off a competitor for control of the Romanian station Romantic TV.
KARLOVY VARY: Polish director Robert Glinski's Piggies, a tough film about child prostitutes working on the Polish German border, has already had a strong impact at its world premier in…
The president of the Slovenian Court of Audit announced that the court has found several flaws in the implementation of the 2007 program of the Slovenian Film Fund.
The Romanian National Lottery and casinos wil be exempt from contributing to the Cinema Public Fund under a new ruling.
SLOVAKIA: The year 2009 is already being hailed as a major watershed for Slovakia's film industry with both the conversion to the Euro and the country's long awaited new film…
Director Adrian Istria d'Elner is preparing a film adaptation of Mircea Eliade's novella, Miss Christina, a romantic drama set in the 30s.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com) announced that it has received a $100 million cash investment from Ukranian businessman Igor Kolomoisky.
The ad market in Central and Eastern Europe will return to a growth stage in 2010, according to a July 6 report released by ZenithOptimedia.

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