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The Polish Filmmakers Association hads opened a new branch in Wrocław to accommodate the needs of a growing community of film professionals in the region.
Public broadcaster Telewizja Polska (www.tvp.pl) was honored for its series Londoners at the Eurovision TV Summit in Lucerne on April 21.
Modern Times Group (www.mtg.se), the Swedish based TV operator and owner of Viasat, announced a 6% rise in revenues, but a 13% decline in sales for its operations in Estonia,…
Director Dan Piţa (Luxury Hotel/Hotel de lux, Paso doble/Pas în doi) is in production with his latest film, Something Good From Life.
Janosik. A True Story, a Central European co-production from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary directed by Agnieszka Holland and Kasia Adamik, screens in the main competition of the Czech…
ANTALYA:The nominations for the first ever Ismail Cem Turkish TV Awards (www.ismailcemawards.com) have been announced. Turkey is one of the world's biggest producers and exporters of TV programming and the…
Black Thursday, a historical drama about the tragic Polish workers riots of December 1970, directed by Antoni Krauze, completed filming in early April and is now in post-production.
A Finale Plzen main competition slot goes to the low-budget road movie Twosome directed by Jaroslav Fuit.
Unknown Hour, a Czech/Slovak co-production from director Dan Svátek screening in the Finale main competition, is based on a grisly story that captured news headlines in the Czech Republic.
Feature competition juror Alissa Simon was one of the guests stranded en route to the Finale (datakal.filmfestfinale.cz ) fest of Czech films in Plzen, but organizers were taking the volcano-induced…
Marek Najbrt spent more than three years preparing his award winning, 2.7 million Euro film Protector, screening in competition at Finale Plzen.
Nine young producers from Central Europe are among the 23 Producers on the Move presented European Film Promotion (www.efp-online.com ) during the Cannes film festival on May 15-18.
The Croatian Audiovisual Centre (www.havc.hr) will increase financial support to Croatian film festivals and other film-related activities by some 15% from to 1,267,050 to 1,430,555 euros.
Irena Pavlásková directs bitter comedy An Earthy Paradise for the Eyes, from an autobiographical screenplay from Tereza Boučková, screening in the Finale Plzen main competition.
Enterprise Estonia (www.eas.ee), the country's export and industry promotion agency, has decided to financialliy support the setting up of an audiovisual digital post-production centre in Tallinn.
Gabriel Achim's first feature, Aldabert's Dream, is a black comedy set on May 8, 1986, the anniversary of the Communist Party, and the day following a historic Champion's League football…
Mira Fornay's debut film Foxes screens in competition at Finale Plzen, following a successful premiere at the Venice festival last fall.
Radim Špaček returns to the absurdism of Communist life in the 1980's in his Finale Plzen competition film Walking Too Fast (Pouta), a Czech/Slovak/Polish coproduction.
The Slovak Audiovisual Fund (www.avf.sk) has approved grants totalling 1,245,300 Euro in its first round of support for Slovak films.
Robert Sedláček's satirical comedy Men in Rut, screening in the main Finale Plzen main competition, takes place during the "Deer-Luring" competition in a south Moravian village.

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