BUCHAREST: Child's Pose directed by Calin Peter Netzer set a 20 year opening weekend box office record in Romania, taking in 59,407 EUR/ 259,217 RON.
ZAGREB: Tomislav Mršić’s dramatic comedy Cowboys completed shooting on 2 March 2013.
ZAGREB: Branko Ištvančić, (The Ghost in the Swamp) finished shooting The Bridge at the End of the World, a thriller produced by Irena Skorić through Artizana Film in coproduction with the Croatian Radiotelevision, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Heft Production, and Serbia’s Cinematographer's House/Kinematografska Kuća.
ZAGREB: Dražen Žarković’s children’s film The Mysterious Boy/Zagonetni dječak, the sequel to local blockbuster Koko and the Ghosts/Koko i duhovi, had 11,617 admissions and took in 40,740 EUR/309,230 HRK at the box office in its first weekend.
BUCHAREST: Hollywood acting coach Ivana Chubbuck is joining forces with Bobby Păunescu and Mandragora Movies to open an acting school in Romania starting April 2013.
BUCHAREST: Bogdan Dreyer’s A Farewell to Fools starring Gérard Depardieu and Harvey Keitel will be distributed by Family Film in 21 towns and 42 screens starting 15 March 2013.
ZAGREB: Producer Irena Markovic is developing a contemporary drama Tereza 33, through the Croatian company Focus Media. Danilo Serbedzija is directing.
BUCHAREST: Child's Pose written and directed by Călin Peter Netzer will be released in 35 cinemas in more than 20 Romanian towns on 8 March 2013. The Berlinale Golden Bear winner has been sold or is in negotiations in territories worldwide.
BUCHAREST: Somewhere in Palilula, the debut film from Romania’s internationally acclaimed theatre director Silviu Purcărete, garnered 11 nominations for Romania’s Gopo Awards, held on 25 March 2013.
BUCHAREST: Cannibal, a Spanish-Romanian -Russian- French coproduction directed by Manuel Martin Cuenca (The Weakness of the Bolshevik), started shooting in Granada, Spain, on 28 January 2013 and will wrap at the end of March.
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