PRAGUE: Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland will direct the first 90-minute TV film in a four-part crime series, Death in Breslau.

MOTOVUN: The Independent Cinema Office will present a course on Developing Your Film Festival at the Motovun Film Festival.  

PRAGUE: Just five films from the CEE region received support in the June 2014 round of Eurimages out of 23 films receiving grants, with only two productions led by CEE producers.

TRENCIANSKE TEPLICE: The Slovak Audiovisual Fund is consulting with the Ministry of Finance about the establishment of conditions to set up a short-term soft loan system for film production.

PRAGUE: Chinese, Indian and Italian film and TV productions will fill the schedule at Milk & Honey Films and its sister film studio Prague Studios through the end of the year, with US and Canadian productions also on the horizon.

PRAGUE: Polish commercial broadcaster TVN has racked up sales of 40 titles to 100 territories over the past five years, with expansion into the Middle East and Asia developing.

TRENCIANSKE TEPLICE: Slovakia will officially launch its first film incentives, in the form of a 20 percent cash rebate, on 1 July 2014.

PRAGUE: Eventival, a Czech company that streamlines film festival systems, has expanded its international reach to a client list of some 90 events and organizations worldwide.

ZILINA: Irish director Alan Holly won the Anca Award for Coda and Joana Kozuch won the Fest Anca Slovak Award for Fongopolis at the 7th Fest Anca festival of animated films which concluded on 22 June 2014.

TRENCIANSKE TEPLICE: MPhilms producer Matyas Prikler is gearing up to roll out his second and third films of the year, both expected to complete postproduction in July.

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