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After years of decline, the Czech Republic is attracting foreign filmmakers again with its new film tax incentive, approved in June by the European Union. From July through September, the…
Lucian Georgescu will finish the post-production of his first feature, The Phantom Father, in September. The editing is completed, and the German composer Johannes Malfatti has worked on the music…
The third edition of Script Forum, taking place at the Summer Film Festival in Warsaw (www.latofilmow.pl), has awarded three cash prizes. The prizes were given by the Polish Filmmakers Association…
The planned sale of real estate properties by Lithuanian distribution company Lietuvos Kinas (www.lietuvoskinas.lt) has been suspended by the Ministry of Culture.
Romanian filmmaker Dan Piţa's Something Good from Life, his third film produced by Andrei Boncea and MediaPro Pictures (www.mediapropictures.com), is in post-production until December 2010.
Agnieszka Odorowicz has been elected to a second term as Director of the Polish Film Institute (www.pisf.pl) . Odorowicz became the first PFI Director in 2005, when the Insitiute was…
French company mk2 (www.mk2.com) will handle the international sales of the first feature made by the young Romanian director Bogdan George Apetri. Outbound (Periferic) will have its world premiere in…
Hungarian actor Ervin Nagy (Chameleon) will play the main role in Robert Pejó's new feature, Paw (Mancs). According to producer László Kántor, Nagy was chosen over Jean Reno and Christopher…
Turkey's first 3-D movie, Cehennem (Hell), finished filming in June 2010. It was shot with digital HD technology.
Turkish TV series are taking off in Eastern Europe as well as Arabic countries, according to a new Eurodata report.
MEDIA Desk Slovakia (www.mediadeskslovakia.eu) and the European Documentary Network (www.edn.dk) are organising a one-day ‘Co-Producing Documentaries in Europe' seminar and workshop focusing on the opportunities for documentaries on the European…
The 7th Annual East Silver Market, specialising in Eastern and Central European documentaries, has announced it is accepting submissions for 2010.
Berlinale Silver Bear winner If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle has been sold to the United Kingdom, France and the United States. Director Florin Şerban's first feature was released…
Mexican cinematographer Antonio Riestra, Oscar nominiee for best cinematography for Amores Perros (2000), will shoot Lidice, a big-budget Czech war movie directed by Petr Nikolaev and starring Karel Roden.
Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu's Mirage will be present at the CineLink market in Sarajevo (www.sff.ba/en/cinelink).
Romanian admissions are up 59% in the first half of 2010, compared with 2009, with a total of 3,239,129 tickets, up from 2,034,291 in 2009. Profits for the same period…
KARLOVY VARY: Spanish film The Mosquito Net directed by Agusti Vila won the Grand Prix at the 45th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (www.kviff.com) but the majority of the prizes…
High Point Media Group (www.highpointfilms.co.uk) has confirmed sales to Central and Eastern Europe, with 60 hours of drama and packages of 20 movies.
Turkish films dominated the first six months of the 2010 national box office, with local films taking nine of the top ten spots. That surpasses the 2009 record of five…
Turkish director Özcan Alper's second feature project, Future Lasts Forever (Gelecek uzun sürer) was presented at the co-production forum and development platform organised by the Paris Cinéma International Film Festival…

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