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The Bulgarian film Divorce Albanian Style by Adela Peeva is among the 10 documentaries nominated for the European Film Academy's 2007 Prix Arte competition for documentary films.
Having made its reputation on two Czech films that have become international hits, British-Czech production company Taskovski Films is aggressively expanding its activities to include Serbia and Bosnia.
Two Turkish productions are included within the competition section of International Eurasia Film Festival this year.
The Third International Eurasia Film Festival, under the auspices of the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, will host British actress Miranda Richardson and Nicholas Roeg during the Turkish premiere of…
Some 200 film professionals are expected to attend the third CentEast Market, a specialised market for films from Central and Eastern Europe to be held during the 22nd Warsaw International…
Romania-based pay TV provider RCS & RDS S.A. has announced plans to list on the London Stock Exchange.
Renowned Czech director Jiří Menzel´s film I Served the King of England, the country's entry for best foreign-language film at the Academy awards in February, is also the hottest-selling domestic…
The Slovenian Film Festival, which opened Sunday for its 10th year, is featuring two new sections designed to extend the festival's horizons beyond domestic borders in advance of Slovenia's presidency…
The Secret of Moonacre, a feature by former animation maven and three-time Emmy Award winner Gabor Csupo, is shooting entirely in Hungary, leaving most of its $27 million (€19 million)…
A Swiss-based writer from Macedonia, Mitko Panov, was named winner of the first Central European Pitch Forum in the city of Pecs, Hungary.
Czech film distributor Bontonfilm (www.bontonfilm.cz) reported net profit of 32.7 million crowns (euro 1.2 million) in 2006, reversing a 38.2 million crown loss from the previous year.
Young Hungarian animation director Aron Gauder is in full throttle working on his full-length 3D feature Egill, a follow-up to his acclaimed The District!, with an Icelandic company cast as…
More than 80 titles will be screened at the 3rd International Eurasia Film Festival, which is the gateway to the 44th Antalya Film Festival in Turkey. Awards of $75,000 and…
The Czech video market will stay with the classical DVD format longer than elsewhere in Europe, partly because it’s still lucrative, says a top DVD distributor. But some films produced…
Some 190 films from 55 countries will be screened at the 23rd Warsaw Film Festival which gets under way next week. Some of the latest films worldwide are included in…
Two films from the New Europe are among the three productions short-listed for the European Parliament’s new Prix Lux award designed to boost European cinema. Romania’s 4 Months, 3 Weeks…
The second edition of ScripTeast, an innovative training program for budding scriptwriters designed to help promote their work in the international film market, will be held next week at the…
Romania's National Council for Cinema announced on Monday public funding for film projects totaling 15 million new lei (€4.49 million) spread rather thinly among a total of 38 winners chosen…
Here is a list of the 38 film projects announced Monday by the Romanian National Council for Cinema that were awarded funds:

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