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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…
Central and East European young filmmakers have until November 30 to apply for the Robert Bosch Stiftung 2010 co-production prize valued at up to 70,000 euros.
Connecting Cottbus, the co-production pitching forum taking place at the Cottbus Film Festival for the eleventh year, unveiled new hope for producers across Europe: the announcements by CEE film funders…
Czech actress and international star Ana Geislerová will serve on the five-member jury to select the European Film Promotion's (EFP) ten Shooting Stars for 2010.
Four Hungarian films are being presented in the 19th Filmfestival Cottbus (filmfestival.pool-production.de), the festival of films from Eastern-Europe taking place through November 14.
Agnieszka Romaszewska-Guzy, director of Polish TV's Belsat channel, has been denied a visa to attend the Minsk Forum conference in Belarus.
Liberty Global, the international cable company, reported 1% consolidated rebased growth in its Central Europe operations at the end of the third quarter of 2009, compared with 8% worldwide for…
The Happiest Girl in the World, the feature film debut from Romanian director Radu Jude has been sold to the UK, France, Hungary and Croatia.
Raleigh Studios, a California based company with studios in Baton Rouge, is opening a Budapest film studio comprised of nine sound stages in April, 2010.
The European Parliament LUX Prize will begin screening of the Bulgarian/Swedish co-production Eastern Plays from director Kamen Kalev on November 10 in Brussels.
Slovak director Péter Kerekes has been awarded the Viennale's Vienna Film Prize for best documentary for Cooking History.
Bulgarian police have stopped the illegal broadcast of 90 cable TV channels operating out of the town of Karlovo.
The cinemas may have been filled to capacity at the Jihlava documentary festival, but the hottest ticket was for a seat in the standing-room-only pitching session, East European Forum on…
Chameleon by Hungarian director Krisztina Goda is one of 26 films selected to receive film sales support by European Film Promotion (EFP) at the upcoming AFM.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com). which trades on NASDAQ and thePrague Stock Exchange as CETV, reported third quarter earnings of $134.5 million, down $40.6 million from third quarter 2008.
Grapes 2 (Bobule 2), the sequel to a 2008 Czech hit film, drew 67,000 admissions and CZK 8 million (307,000 Euros) on its four-day opening week-end, October 22-25.
Three Slovenian projects have been awarded 113,500 EUR in support from the EU MEDIA programme.
Hungarian actress Orsi Tóth is one of three European Film Promotion (EFP) "Shooting Stars" who will be feted during the European Film Forum Scanorama in Vilnius (November 5-7, 2009).

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