WARSAW: Channels from the Filmbox International Ltd. and SPI International portfolio will be available in Nigeria through Montage Cable Network.

WARSAW: Polish public broadcaster had a deficit of 20.5 m PLN in 2013, a substantial decrease from 2012.

WARSAW: Bogułsaw Kisielewski will replace Piotr Reisch as the President of Kino Polska TV, whose newest project Stopklatka TV is one of the top three film channels in Poland.

WARSAW: National Geographic Channels International has commissioned a four-part documentary series about the history WWII to be filmed in the Baltic region.

KRAKOW: Munk Studio has begun production on its first musical Circus Maximus, the short filmdirecting début of Bartek Kulas

WARSAW: The black and white biopic Papusza directed by Krzysztof Krauze and Joanna Kos-Krauze continues its sales to new territories.

WARSAW: Kino Polska TV, which noted a 5% increase in revenues (110.3 m PLN income in 2013), will use its additional funding to expand into Africa and South America.

KRAKOW: Poland's Alvernia Studios is executive producer of the futuristic series Space Age, which has wrapped production.

WARSAW: Public broadcaster TVP has announced the 10 feature films which will receive more than 15 m PLN in financing from the channel’s cinematography fund in 2014.

WARSAW: Stones for the Rampant, the long-awaited film adaptation of a Polish WWII novel, sold 337,000 tickets during the first week in distribution.

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