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The winners of the main competition were announced Sunday evening as one of the most controversial Cannes line-ups in many years drew to a close. With top European auteurs on…
The Polish film industry have effectively protested against the loss of the headquarters of the The Documentary and Feature Films Studio (WFDiF,www.wfdif.com.pl).
Hungarian box office and attendance are on the rise, despite a drop in the number of screenings during the first quarter of 2009 according to the National Film Office.
The Motion Picture Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) announced support for 25 festivals and film events at a total amount with €305,000.
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Palace Cinemas will open three new multiplexes in the Czech Republic in 2010, the company announced on May 20.
Romania's Pro TV and Germany's Tandem Communications announced that the Romanian's have an exclusive output deal with Tandem.
The European Commission (ec.europa.eu) has released details on the new Media Mundus programme, which will launch in 2011.
CANNES: Today's screening of Michael Haneke's What Ribbon was definitely the unveiling of one of the competition's most serious artistic achievements. Set in a small village in Northern Germany on…
Sweet Rush (Polish: Tatarak), directed by the acclaimed Andrzej Wajda, is partly based on a short story by Polish writer Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz. Wajda previously made three films based on Iwaszkiewicz's…
Some of this year's best have been collected into the programme Polish Shorts. Polish Shorts are available to screen on demand at the Short Film Corner at the lower level…
Hungarian director Judit Elek will begin filming her Communist-era co-production Returning Home in Sweden in July.
Slovenian producers and distribution companies have received an additional €74,042 from Media Desk Slovenia (www.mediadeskslovenia.eu) to retroactively cover 2008 budget costs.
Éva Vezér has been elected president of European Film Promotion, replacing Claudia Landsberger who stepped aside but stays on as vice president.

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