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MIPTV reported attendance of 11,500 industry executives from 105 countries at the 2009 market (March 30-April 3), a drop of some 14%.
SPI International channel FILMBOX HD will be distributed by SkyLink, the digital satellite platform in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, beginning April 1.
It took seven years and cost €6.6 million, but in September The True Story of Janosik and Tomas Uhorcik will premiere simultaneously in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland.
Polish, Czech, Romanian, and Hungarian producers and distribution companies in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Turkey received funding following the latest Eurimages session held March 15-17.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) announced on March 23 that international media and entertainment giant Time Warner will acquire a 31% stake in CME.
Polish and Czech TV stations are among those signing deals leading up to the MIPTV market in Cannes.
Despite a drop in consolidated revenues for the ProSiebenSat.1 Media group, stations in Hungary and Romania accounted for a growing percentage of the corporations's revenues.
"European Distributors: Up Next!", launched by European Film Promotion at the San Sebastian festival last September, has spawned a planned reunion of independent Central European distributors during the Sofia Meetings,…
The shooting of the Bulgarian-Hungarian-Macedonian co-production Mission London will start in May, producer Laszlo Kantor told FNE.
Germany's Leipzig-based Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (MDM), one of the country's most active film funds investing in Central European production, announced support for some of the region's hottest projects.
Directors from Poland and Slovenia are among the six young filmmakers chosen for the Cannes' festival La Residence de la Cinefondation.
The International Intellectual Property Alliance has placed Hungary, Romania, Poland and Bulgaria on its annual piracy watch list.
The EU Commission announced that all member states but one are on target for a total switchover from analogue to digital TV by 2012.
Slovakia, Bulgaria, Turkey, and Russia were the top performing European countries for cinema attendance growth in 2008.
The Trieste Film Festival (www.triestefilmfestival.it) closed on a negative note as the festival's artistic director Annamaria Percavassi announced that the festival's main venue, the Excelsior Cinema, would close its doors…
Film New Europe is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of 68,000 Euros from the MEDIA Programme of the European Union for 2009 to continue its…
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) announced that CEO Michael Garin is retiring to become vice chairman of the board of directors, and named Adrian Sarbu as President.
Films from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, Lithuania, and Poland are among 53 titles qualifying for a chance at the Golden Globe nomination for Best Foreign Film.
The 2009 Berlinale will present a 15-part series of Central and East European films under the title "After Winter Comes Spring - Films Presaging the Fall of the Wall."
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) CEO Michael Garin said the company plans to see a slowing of its growth rate in its Central European markets.

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