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Nickelodeon is broadcasting for the first time on Hungarian terrestrial TV.
Camilla Hammer, currently the COO of Free-TV Emerging Markets within MTG (www.mtg.se), has also been appointed the new CEO of Viasat3 (www.viasat3.hu) and TV6 (www.tv6.co.hu) in Hungary.
Andrei Ujica is editing The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu, the third part of his trilogy about communism, after the highly acclaimed Videogramme einer Revolution and Out of the Present.
The History Channel and History HD begins Czech language broadcasts in the Czech Republic and Slovakia in this fall.
Kamen Kalev's acclaimed look at Sofia's underground youth life, Eastern Plays, has received one of the coveted three nominations for the European LUX Prize of 2009.
U.S. films drew strong summer box office, with several titles competing for the top spot.
Though the market of the independent films has shrunk in Hungary, a new distribution company recently entered the market: Palace Pictures.
Priit Leito is the new CEO for commercial Estonian channels TV3, TV6, and 3+.
The next MAIA Workshop for emerging European producers will take place October 5-9 in Modra, near Bratislava.
Janosik. A True Story, the year's biggest CEE production, opened in Poland September 4, attracting over 35,000 viewers on opening weekend.
Shooting has been completed on My Australia, the first Polish film devoted to the topic of Polish Jews emigrating to Israel in the 1960's.
Film Europe (www.filmeurope.eu), SPI International's (www.spi-film.eu) production and sales partner organization, is in Venice with the world premiere of Foxes from Slovak director Mira Fornay on September 9 and 10.
Andrej Wajda's Sweet Rush and Małgośka Szumowska's 33 Scenes from Life were among the films selected for the European Film Academy's 2009 awards, giving Poland two of the coveted 48…
VENICE: Venice Orizzonti opening film Francesca has had two of its public screenings pulled after Italian right wing politician Alessandra Mussolini took legal action to stop the screenings.
The Slovenian and international independent film community were shocked by news that film critic Nika Bohinc (1979) was slain in her home on September 1.
Floating Things, from writer/director Mircea Daneliuc, is in the final stages of postproduction as it prepares for its local premiere on October 23.

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