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Stephan Komandarev's Bulgarian-German-Hungarian-Slovenian co-production, The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner, is among nine films vying for an Oscar nomination for the best foreign language film.
Emilis Velyvis' second feature film Zero 2 (www.zero2.lt) premieres on January 20 in Vilnius, with nation-wide distribution beginning on January 22.
2009 was a record-breaking year for Romania, with admissions growing 43% compared to 2008, and box office up by 60%.
Hungarian viewers made box office successes of two domestic musical films in 2009: Gábor Herendi's A Kind of America 2 and Made in Hungaria from Gergely Fonyó.
The nominations for the Czech Lion awards, the national "Oscar" ceremony, will be announced on February 6.
UK sales agent has acquired world rights for Czech Oscar foreign language entry Protector and will screen the film at the European Film Market in Berlin.
Poland's Office of Electronic Communications and the National Broadcasting Council are considering a second and possibly third multiplex for transmission of digital TV channels.
The three biggest Polish broadcasters have noted significant drops in the number of viewers, beginning in early 2009 and continuing into 2010.
The average ticket price in Estonia fell by 7% to 4.2 EUR in 2009.
Habermann's Mill, a Czech-German-Austrian co-production from Slovak born Czechoslovak New Wave director Juraj Herz, won two awards at the Bavarian Film Prize ceremonies in Munich on January 15.
Bulgaria's National Film Center (www.nfc.bg) announced that 14 new titles are expected to be produced in 2010.
Writer and editor Dr. Zoltán Kőrösi 48) has been selected as the new president of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (MMKA).
Kamen Kalev's festival success, Eastern Plays, will have theatrical releases in 15 countries across Europe -- including Hungary and Slovenia -- and beyond, through international sales agent Memento Films.
Estonia's box rose in 2009, but the share for domestic films dropped sharply.
The Bulgarian CEO of Romanian channel Kanal D, Pavel Stanchev, confirmed he will leave the station for a new position to be announced within the next three weeks.
Damjan Kozole's third film Slovenian Girl has been sold to distribution company Film Movement (www.filmmovement.com) and will be shown under the title A Call Girl in American cinemas in the…
Acclaimed fiction and documentary films from Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania will screen at the NY Jewish Film Festival, running through January 28.
Marek Żydowicz, the director of the Camerimage festival, is leading a sit-in strike by 150 film supporters in the Lodz City Council over failure of the City Council to introduce…
Juridic TV, the first Romanian theme channel focused on legal issues will premiere in February. The channel, financed by local law firm Coltuc (www.coltuc.ro), will air 24 hours per day…
The Slovenian Film Fund (www.film-sklad.si) has appointed Marjetica Mahne, president of the Film Fund's supervisory board, as acting director.

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