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With the global economic downturn reaching Hungary's media sector, Hungary's commercial TV channel TV2 (www.tv2.hu) announced the start of wide-scale restructuring and corporate streamlining.
Hungary is set to break out of the Central European mold and become a TV format exporter instead of being a mere importer of these licences.
The Slovak feature film Small Celebrations (Male oslavy, www.maleoslavy.sk) premiered in Slovakia premiere on November 13, after premiering in the Eurimages competition in Sevilla earlier this week.
Creative documentary The Bug Trainer (www.thebugtrainer.com/pressb.php) about Ladislas Starewitch, the pioneer of puppet animation, premieres on November 15 in Vilnius, at the SCANORAMA International Film Festival.
The Nordic cinema festival Scanorama (www.scanorama.lt) opened November 13 in Vilnius, and continues November 20 in Klaunas and Klaipeda.
The 5th International Children's Film Festival of Cyprus opens November 15 in Nicosia, running through November 23.
CoCo, as it's fondly referred to, celebrates its 10th anniversary, with German heavyweight funding bodies waiting to hear pitches from ten lucky Central and East European producers.
Three time Oscar-nominee Sir Ridley Scott will adapt the Child 44, British TV-writer Tom Rob Smith's debut novel for Fox 2000.
Quantum of Solace lost the box office race against local phenomenon Mustafa, a documentary feature on the life of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Protector, one of the most anticipated Czech movies of 2009, finished shooting November 11, production company Negativ (www.negativ.cz) announced.
Thessaloniki IFF (www.filmfestival.gr) has selected a number of Bulgarian projects and films for the forthcoming Agora Film Market and the Balkan Survey program.
The Polish Film Institute (PISF) is presenting Polish films for the first time at the AFM, running through November 12.
After the withdraw of the News Corporation from the stations shareholders group, TV Puls is looking for a new investor.
English Strawberries, co-produced by First Film (CZ), Czech Television, Continental Film (SK), and Filmport, will open November 13 in the Czech Republic.
The Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) announced its latest support for Hungarian film projects for 2009.
The seminar EURIMAGES Fund: Support for European Film Industry will introduce the fund to filmmakers in Vilnius, Lithuania on November 7.
Three Seasons in Hell, a debut from writer/director Tomas Masin, completes filming on November 17.
The 22nd Cinemania World Film Panorama kicks off November 7 in Sofia with Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones film Shine a Light.
The 2008 edition of the Slovak Cable Television Congress takes place November 10 and 11 in Bratislava.
Poland's newest film fund has been established at the Westpomeranian Province, a region with a strong need for a cinema industry development.

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