BRATISLAVA: The second session of the postproduction workshop DOK.Incubator (docincubator.net) is accepting observer and consultation applications from Slovak, Czech and Polish film professionals and Slovak film students for the Final Cut workshop, to be held in Bratislava 14-20 September 2012.
WARSAW: The Walt Disney Company Poland (www.disney.pl) will end its distribution agreement with Forum Film Poland (www.forumfilm.pl) as of 1 October 2012.
SOFIA: Didier Stoessel has been appointed CEO of Bulgaria's Nova Broadcasting Group (nova.bg).
Nine documentaries developed in Wajda School and produced by Wajda Studio are available on Doc Alliance’s website for free from August 6th till August 13th.
MOSCOW: More than 20 films in production and post-production from Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Croatia will be presented to international film professionals during Red Square Screenings, taking place 15-20 October 2012.
PRAGUE: The Czech Ministry of Culture (www.mkcr.cz) is accepting applications for the fall round of tax rebates.
KRAKOW: The Krakow Film Commission (www.film-commission.pl) is supporting its second Indian film in two years, The Rhythm.
WARSAW: Polish commercial broadcaster TVN (www.tvn.pl) reported declining revenues in the second quarter, with projections for sustained decline for the remainder of 2012.
LOCARNO: Focusing on the challenges surrounding the distribution of European Arthouse films in Eastern and Central Europe, the first edition of the Step In Initiative of the Festival del film Locarno took place on Sunday 5 August.
TALLINN: Estonia and Russia are coproducing a Russian-language documentary The New Silk Way directed by Evdokiya Moskvina.
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