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The European Film Academy (EFA, www.europeanfilmacademy.org) will bestow its 2009 EFA FIPRESCI Critics award on Polish director Andrzej Wajda for his film Sweet Rush (Tatarak).
Malta is building on the wave of western films shot in the island nation in recent years to attract productions from farther afield.
With only one year remaining before it ends analog TV transmissions, Slovenia has begun digital transmissions as of December 1.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com ) has named Pavel Vrabec to replace outgoing general manager Marijan Jurenc at its Slovenian company PRO PLUS.
Czech, Polish, Romanian and Croatian actors are among the ten finalists selected for the prestigious Shooting Stars presentation by European Film Promotion (EFP).
After two, intensive days of one-on-one meetings and making business deals, the best projects and producers at the Baltic Event were honored at an awards ceremony on December 1, 2009…
Five candidates are under consideration to become the new president of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA, www.mmka.hu): Ferenc Tolvaly, producer András Muhi, scriptwriter Zoltán Kőrösi, producer Andrew…
Hungary is reaching out to neighboring Slovakia with the launch of the North Hungarian Film Fund, which follows the establishment of similar funds in the south and the west of…
Slovenian commercial and art house cinema owners meeting in Ljubljana have decided to unite behind the issue of converting cinema houses to digital projection.
Televison stations across CEE are feeling the effects of the economic crisis, cutting salaries and entire channels.
Young Slovenian film and TV director Goran Vojnović begins filming film Piran - Pirano which received the largest support (920,507 Euros) from the Slovenian Film Fund (www.film-sklad.si) grants in 2009.
Kawasaki´s Roses from Czech director Jan Hřebejk will get a December 21 release, instead of the previously announced spring 2010 release.
FNE spoke with Pavel Strnad, chairman of the Czech Audiovisual Producers' Association about the current state of the Czech film industry
Bank Robbery, a feature debut from Andrus Tuisk opened in Estonia on October 23.
Vasha, an Estonian-German-Finnish-Irish co-production, was released in cinemas in Estonia on January 23.
The second feature by Venice Horizons winner Veiko Õunpuu, The Temptation of St Tony, premiered October 10 as the opening film of the second multiplex cinema in Tallinn, Estonia.
Buratino, Son of Pinocchio, an Estonian-Russian co-production released on March 12, was presented at this year's Berlin European Film Market as a previously unheard-of-genre piece: a juvenile musical trash-comedy.
Bank Robbery, a feature debut from Andrus Tuisk opened in Estonia on October 23.
The Bulgarian National Film Centre (www.nfc.bg) has decided to support the work of Film New Europe (FNE) in 2009 with a grant of 2000 Euros.
For the eighth time, Baltic Event will take place in Tallinn from November 29 - December 3.

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