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Warsaw welcomed more than 500 cinema professionals from across Europa for the 14th Annual Europa Cinemas (www.europa-cinemas.org) held at the Warsaw Hilton from 19-22 November.
13th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (PÖFF, http://www.poff.ee/) has selected 21 films for the EurAsia competition programme, taking place for the sixth year.
Hungary has become one of Europe's international coproduction hubs over the past five years since the passage of important legislation that set up a tax rebate system that allows producers…
Poland with the sixth largest population in the Europe and the seventh largest GDP has taken its place as one of the most important members of the European Union since…
The Maltese Ministry of Finance is launching a new Malta Film Fund which will disburse €233,000 for shorts, documentaries, and feature films.
The 11th edition of the Estonian animated film festival, Animated Dreams, opened November 18 and continues through November 22.
A trio of Latvian student filmmakers have won the short film prize at the INCHES festival in the Netherlands for Ivo.
ORS, the Austrian company Oesterreichische Rundfunksender, is reviving its bid for Bulgarian telecom Vivacom's broadcasting unit, NURTS.
The Slovak film Foxes will be among twelve films to compete at the 11th Bratislava film festival, November 27 - December 4.
The National Centre for Cinema (www.cncinema.abt.ro) will not distribute film production funds in 2009, since no grants competion has been organised this year.
Slovenian director Jan Cvitkovič, winner of the 2001 Venice Lion of the Future for his debut Bread and Milk and 2005 Best New Director Award at San Sebastián, is in…
Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev's production company Argo Film is co-producing his second feature film, The Judgment, with Germany's Leipzig-based LE Vision.
Romanian director Cristian Mungiu and Polish actor Maciej Stuhr are among the ten prominent European film names selected as the European Film Academy's "Ambassadors of European Film."
Levente Malnay joins Chellomedia as managing director of Chello Central Europe as of December 1.
The Civil Court of Rome has rejected the request by Alessandra Mussolini to ban Bobby Păunescu's film Francesca in Italy.
The Turkish/German/Dutch co-production Men on the Bridge will see distribution in the UK and Ireland, following its win at the London Turkish film festival.
Following the completion of 12 shooting days during autumn, Slovenian director Vlado Škafar's debut feature film Father has moved into the postproduction phase.
Warner Bros International TV Division has promoted Rita Akkari to director of sales for Central and Eastern Europe.
ORDINARY PEOPLE | OBICNI LJUDI from Serbia is the winner of 19th FilmFestival Cottbus.
The Cottbus film festival's secret weapon, the Connecting Cottbus pitching forum, has matured into a reliable platform for outstanding talent, both known and new, to provide a hint of films…

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