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{mosimage}RIGA: The organizers of Latvia's international film festival Arsenals (www.arsenals.lv) announced that there will be no further editions of the festival.
WARSAW: The Swedish-based broadcasting company Modern Times Group (MTG, www.mtg.se) signed an agreement to acquire 100% of Latvian commercial TV operator AS Latvijas Neatkarīgā Televīzija (LNT, www.lnt.lv) in Latvia for…
RIGA: Latvia's Lattelecom (www.lattelecom.lv ) ended 2011 as the largest pay-TV operator in the Baltics, with 230,000 pay-TV subscribers.
TALLINN: The Riga Film Fund has fueled a boom in foreign productions in Latvia with nine foreign productions shooting in this Baltic state in 2011. Surprisingly producers from Asia including…
RIGA: Commercial Latvian TV stations LNT and TV3 are asking cable TV operators to pay for there broadcasts of the commercials stations. Currently cable companies are able to broadcast the…
RIGA: Local media reports that the Russian science channel, Nauka 2.0, began broadcasting in Latvia earlier this month,
RIGA: If you want to watch Latvians justify their claim to be the "singing nation," turn on the TV. It's not only the contestants who are competing in an abundance…
The National Film Centre of Latvia (NFC, www.nfc.lv) has announced the film grants to be awarded for 2011. Seven feature films, 11 documentaries and four animation films received funding. The…
Latvia will stand in for the coast of France in the pan-Asian film My Way, a World War II film about two Asian soldiers during the landing on the coast…
Latvian 34-year old Linda Krukle, European Film Promotion Producer on the Move, produced the first Latvian-Hong Kong coproduction Amaya aka Hong Kong Confidential with a cast of famous actors from…
RIGA: Newly released date from the Latvian National Film Center (www.nfc.lv) show the effect that Latvia's economic problems of the past two years have had on cinema. Most alarmingly, ticket…
Blueberry spirits tells the ghost stories of the small Gypsy family who spend their summers living in forest. Every member of the small community has experienced several scary encounters with…
RIGA: The IX Riga International Children's Film Festival "Berimors" (8-14 April 2011, http://festivali.arsenals.lv/berimors/lv/) will feature a special selection of animated films from Georgia and Latvia.
BERLIN: German Ukrainina director Sergei Lotznitza has inked a deal with Lativan Rijafilms (www.rijafilms.lv) to shoot his new production In the Fog in Latvia in September.
Latvia had a 33% increase in TV advertisements in December 2010, compared with December 2009.
2010 will go down as a seminal year for Latvia, with the passage of a new film law and the establishment of a regional film fund that bring it up…
The Latvian state budget for culture and the film industry will be approved at the beginning of 2011. The good news is that after the dramatic decrease in funding in…
Director Davis Simanis and producer Liga Gaisa are in development with a Latvian full-length documentary, Escaping Riga, a "docu-fiction" about Riga-born film director Sergei Eisenstein who emigrated to Russia and…
Latvia has chosen director Maris Martinsons' romantic drama Amaya (Hong Kong Confidential) as the country's entry for the Oscar's Best Foreign Language Film category.
RIGA: South Korean film My Way is set to shoot in Latvia. The 22 million euro drama is directed by blockbuster South Korean helmer Kang Je-Gyu. The 24-day shoot will…

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