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BUCHAREST: The Cinema City group (www.cinemacity.ro) has announced its first multiplex in the city of Ploiesti, which raises to 14 the number opened by the exhibitor nationwide to date.

BUCHAREST: Shooting for Eduardo Rodriguez's horror comedy Fright Night 2 started 25 November in Romania. 20th Century Fox (www.foxmovies.com) is producing with the Romania's Castel Film Studios (www.castelfilm.ro) providing services.

BUCHAREST: Moldavian writer/director Igor Cobileanski is developing a road movie comedy involving two friends from the republic of Moldavia who get into laughable situations as they try to get money to open their own business. Iuliana Tarnoveţchi is producing through Romania's Alien Film Production (www.alienfilm.ro).

BUCHAREST: The move by TV and internet market leader RCS & RDS (www.rcs-rds.ro) to remove the Discovery Channel (www.dsc.discovery.com) from its offerings on 23 November 2012, without informing its audience, has prompted a law preventing similar cut-offs.

BUCHAREST: The Romanian National Center for Cinema (www.cncinema.abt.ro) will give 2,206,000 EUR (10m RON) in production and development grants in 2012. The deadline for applications is 31 January 2013.

BUCHAREST: Romanian born Paris-based director Anca Hirte is in postproduction with a bittersweet observational documentary In the Name of the Mayor.

Dr. Rudolf Scholten is Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Film Institute Austria (www.filminstitut.at) and member of the Board of Executive Directors of Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG.

BUCHAREST: Şerban Marinescu is in preproduction with To Paris, with the ID, a contemporary satire about the hopes of people who thought the fall of communism would be followed by fluid integration into Europe.

PRAGUE: Czech filmmakers Tomas Weinreb and Petr Kazda are preparing with their first feature I, Olga Hepnarova which they will co-direct and coproduce through Black Balance (www.blackbalance.eu), the company they founded in 2011.

Director/cinematographer Jolanta Dylewska is directing a documentary essay based on a book written by the Polish resistance commander Marek Edelman and Paula Sawicka, with Anna Wydra and the Polish company Otter Films (www.otterfilms.pl) producing. Andrzej Wajda is set to direct the fiction part of the film.