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The $110 million, Hungarian-filmed, HBO Films's (www.hbo.com/films/) seven-part mini-series John Adams, won five awards at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards (www.emmys.org) on September 22, after snapping up eight Creative Arts…
Veiko Ounpuu's Estonian box office hit and Venice Orrizonti winner Autumn Ball picked up the Kinoshok grand prize, the critics' award, and the press prize at the Anapa film festival…
Producer Rasa Miskiniyte's 600,000 euro documentary The Bug Trainer is a tribute to persistence and diligence in the face of limited national funding resources.
With no state institutional funding, the Lithuanian producers of Loss decided that a multi-pronged promotional campaign was the only way to recover their investment on the 600,000 euro project.
The 33rd annual festival of Polish Feature Films in Gdynia underlined the revival of the national film industry fueled by funding from the government backed Polish Film Institute.
Big-budget historical movie Bathory by Juraj Jakubisko reached one million admissions as of September 15, distributor Bontonfilm (www.bontonfilm.cz) announced.
Javor Gardev's provocative neo-noir debut Dzift, which won a best director prize at the Moscow fim festival, is Bulgaria's bid for an Oscar nomination.
Inviting representatives from each of the 16 "winning" international competition films on stage for the closing Arsenals ceremony on September 20, the festival concluded with its traditional lottery prize drawing,…
The National Cultural Fund of Hungary (www.nka.hu) is supporting a Renessaince television series project from production company T.T. Filmmuhely under the artistic direction of Bela Tarr.
Producer Laima Freimane of Screen Vision production company is set to launch a new services oriented company, 5 Level Production, at a grand opening on October 9.
Baltic filmmakers and industry professionals are showing off the jewels of newly energized film production in the Baltic Film Competition, which opened September 17 as part of the Arsenals festival…
The Telecommunication Office of the Slovak Republic (www.teleoff.gov.sk) invites tenders for the first two DVB-T multiplexes.
Tobruk, the new World Warr II film from former Barrandov CEO-turned producer-turned director Vaclav Marhoul, fittingly had its pre-premier in Eastern Slovakia on the anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising.
The Karlovy Vary East of the West competition film I Was Here, directed by Rene Vilbre, premiered on Friday, September 12, and shot to the top of Estonian box office…
Waldemar Krzystek's Little Moscow, the first Polish movie dealing with the history of the Soviet army's stationing in Poland, premieres at the Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.
Marta Plucinska, producer of Road to Paradise, says that director Gerwazy Regula's film about a single mother working in a slaughterhouse who discovers she has a gift for healing, follows…
Considered something of a Hungarian Oskar Schindler, although less known, Rudolf (Rezso) Kasztner, the Jewish rescuer in Budapest during the Holocaust, was the subject of yet another documentary at the…
The Polish Film Festival in Gdynia puts Czech films into focus on September 18, with Czech Film Day.
The National Film Centre of Latvia (NFC) has received 26 documentary film project proposals for the second film project competition in 2008.

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