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The leading Czech political party, ODS, has proposed abolishing the license fee system that funds Czech TV.
The life of the famous Romanian artist Constantin Brancusi goes on the big screen in a feature film set to premiere in 2010.
Petr Sladecek has been appointed program director of TV Barrandov.
Before producing Cristi Puiu's The Death of Mr Lăzărescu (2005), Bobby Păunescu didn't have any connection with the cinema business.
Village Roadshow, after a 95% drop in profits, is said to be considering sale of its Czech investments.
Leading Slovenian telecommunications supply company Iskratel announced it has been contracted to provide broadband access in the Ukraine.
Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó has finished a four-week shoot on the Hungary/Poland/Austria co-production Oda az igazság! (So Much for Justice!) and is now in post-production.
Following its August 26 gala red-carpet, standing ovation premeire in Poland, Janosik. A True Story begins a crusade to break Central Europe's distribution boundaries.
Ana Vlad and Adrian Voicu are in postproduction with their first long film, Metro Branding, a documentary investigating five famous communist "monobrands."
Sneakers, the Bulgarian debut film by co-directors Ivan Vladimirov and Valery Yordanov, is filming on locations aroung Bulgaria through September 26.
Cultural Minister Majda Širca is close to revealing changes in the law on Slovenian public broadcaster RTV (www.rtvslo.si).
Hungarian director Marcell Jankovics has been named the 2009 recepient of the Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts.
Director Marcin Wrona has finished shooting on Baptism, his thriller based on a true story from the Polish underworld.
European Film Academy organizers are in Tallinn for a three-day meeting with the Estonian hosts of the EFA 2010 film gala, to be held in Tallinn in December, 2010.
Kornél Mundruczó (Delta, Johanna, Pleasant Days) is in production with The Frankenstein Plan, developed out of his 2007 theatrical piece.
The Slovak Telecommnuncations Office announced that it has awarded its digital broadcast tender to Towercom (www.towercom.sk).
Stockholm-based Nordic and Baltic telecommunications company TeliaSonera announced cash purchase offers for companies in Lithuania and Estonia.
Cyfrowy Polsat has announced a 29% drop in net profits for the second quarter of 2009.
The Childhood of Icarus, the first feature of the Romanian-Swiss filmmaker Alexandru Iordăchescu, has been sold in France to Zootrope (www.zootropefilms.fr) and in Romania to Independenta Film (www.independenta.biz).
Fous Features' Roman epic The Eagle of the Ninth is filming in Hungary before moving on to Scotland.


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