BUDAPEST: Hungarian video-on-demand company Fuso has signed a deal Miramax, the US company’s first SVoD deal in the territory.

FNE spoke with Edith Sepp who heads the new Estonian Film Institute that replaced the Estonian Film Foundation this year about the challenges ahead for Estonian film and why it was necessary to set up a new organisation to support and promote the audiovisual industry in Estonia.

This month we speak with Hrvoje Laurenta, the head of Cinema Europa/Kino Europa. Built in 1924/1925, Kino Europa was commissioned by the wealthy Zagreb-based Müller family and destined to become the most important movie theater in the region. 

This month we speak with Hrvoje Laurenta, the head of Cinema Europa/Kino Europa. Built in 1924/1925, Kino Europa was commissioned by the wealthy Zagreb-based Müller family and destined to become the most important movie theater in the region.

BUDAPEST: Postproduction house Hungarian FilmLab (Magyar Filmlabor), announced the purchase of MTI Film’s dailies processing division CORTEX:Dailies Ultimate Edition.

Award-winning Czech director Alice Nellis is a documentary on the subject of adoption.

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PRAGUE: The final list of entrees vying for Oscar nominations in the Best Foreign Language Film category includes the recent Slovenian hit and Venice FEDORA winner Class Enemy directed by Rok Bicek and produced by Triglav Film, and Estonian director Veiko Ounpou’s “anti-Western” Free Range produced by Homeless Bob Production.

European Film Promotion will present its first showcase of European Film Showcase, Westwind, in Moscow, 23-27 October 2013.

The 20th anniversary edition of Astra Film Festival taking place 14-20 October 2013 in Sibiu, Romania, will screen 100 documentaries (50 of them in its five competition sections) out of 1,350 films submitted to the festival.

The Congress, a Polish coproduction from Opus Film, is one of the three films nominated for the European Film Awards’ European Animated Feature Film 2013.

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