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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.
The Austrian Broadcasting Service (ORS), which controls the transmission towers of Austrian public broadcaster ORF, is bidding on expansions in Central European territories.
Polish, Hungarian, and Romanian theme channels were among the winners of the annual Hot Bird TV Awards, announced on November 17.
Los Angeles-based filmmaker and actor Endre Hules (Seven, Apollo 13) is returning to his homeland, Hungary to make his 1.4 million euro (HUF 375 million) directorial debut, The Maiden Danced…
Prime ministers from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania meeting in Estonia held discussion on a potential pan-Baltic TV channel on November 21.
DISCOP East has announced participation by several new companies for the June 16-19 event in Budapest.
The 2009 jury for the prestigious Shooting Stars award has been announced by European Film Promotion (EFP), which produces the event february 7-9, 2009, during the Berlinale.
Representatives of Association of Czech Film Clubs, Association of Slovak Film Clubs, Polish Federation of Film Societies and Hungarian Federation of Film Societies met November 14 in Olomouc during the…
CoCo, as it's fondly referred to, celebrates its 10th anniversary, with German heavyweight funding bodies waiting to hear pitches from ten lucky Central and East European producers.
The Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund (www.coe.int/Eurimages) announced support of 13 European co-productions, out of 20 applicants, with 4,212,529 euros in funding.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) announced solid increases for both its third quarter and year on year results.
Poland and Romania took home top prizes from the Prix Europa Awards on October 25, while Estonia, Bulgaria, and Turkey all received Special Commendations.
The 18th Cottbus Film Festivalof East European Cinema has announced ten feature films and ten short films for the two competition sections.
Stand H4.35 has become one of the liveliest business meeting spots at MIPCOM: the MEDIA Unbrella stand offers a home to over 100 companies from the EU.
A 65% increase in ad revenues is fueling Ukrania's production and TV growth, a panel of industry leaders told MIPCOM attendees.
Bulgarian, Slovak, and Polish producers each added a Zurich film festival award to their credentials.
Slovenian film Short Circuits by director Janez Lapajne won the Crystal Eye award for best feature film at the second edition of the Eastern European Festival in Montrea, EUROfEST.
Tulpan, a German/Swiss/Kazakh/Russian/Polish co-production with Poland's Filmcontract, is among the four films nominated for European Film Academy's "European Discovery" award.

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