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Katalin Varga, a Hungarian/Romanian/UK co-production, won the European Film Academy's award as European Discovery 2009 on December 12.
FremantleMedia has named Daniela Matei as CEO of it operations in Central Europe.
FNE, the "paperless" newspaper, will launch two initiatives in 2010 to reduce the consumption of paper at international film festivals and events. FNE already contributes to the environment by delivering…
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival that ended on December 6 screened over 260 films from 75 different countries in nine Estonian cities. For the first time films were also shown…
The Vienna Film Fund's director Peter Zawrel has been actively courting CEE producers, showing up at Slovenia's coproduction meeting in mid-November, and at a December 4 panel on Slovak film…
The Temptation of St. Tony from Estonia and All That I Love from Poland have been announced for the World Cinema Narrative competition at the Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31.
The International Bratislava Film Festival (www.iffbratislava.sk) under new programme director Matthieu Darras gave its grand prix to the French/Belgian film The Day God Went Away by director Philippe Van Leeuw.
Czech, Polish, Romanian and Croatian actors are among the ten finalists selected for the prestigious Shooting Stars presentation by European Film Promotion (EFP).
Televison stations across CEE are feeling the effects of the economic crisis, cutting salaries and entire channels.
The primary source of public funding for movie production in Poland is the Polish Film Institute (www.pisf.pl), founded in 2005.
While the global financial crisis is affecting film production, 2009 is shaping up to be a record year for Polish distribution, with over 31.5 million tickets sold to date.
Poland's Wojna i Pokoj channel and Hungary's Duna TV were among the winners at the November 20 Hot Bird TV awards, recognizing the highest quality of content creation and innovation…
Warsaw welcomed more than 500 cinema professionals from across Europa for the 14th Annual Europa Cinemas (www.europa-cinemas.org) held at the Warsaw Hilton from 19-22 November.
The Maltese Ministry of Finance is launching a new Malta Film Fund which will disburse €233,000 for shorts, documentaries, and feature films.
Bulgarian director Stephan Komandarev's production company Argo Film is co-producing his second feature film, The Judgment, with Germany's Leipzig-based LE Vision.
Romanian director Cristian Mungiu and Polish actor Maciej Stuhr are among the ten prominent European film names selected as the European Film Academy's "Ambassadors of European Film."
The Turkish/German/Dutch co-production Men on the Bridge will see distribution in the UK and Ireland, following its win at the London Turkish film festival.
Warner Bros International TV Division has promoted Rita Akkari to director of sales for Central and Eastern Europe.
ORDINARY PEOPLE | OBICNI LJUDI from Serbia is the winner of 19th FilmFestival Cottbus.
The Cottbus film festival's secret weapon, the Connecting Cottbus pitching forum, has matured into a reliable platform for outstanding talent, both known and new, to provide a hint of films…

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