PRODUCTION: Yuma in Production

The Polish/Czech coproduction Yuma, a drama set in the early 1990's directed by Piotr Mularuk, is scheduled to go into postproduction in May 2011. The Polish premiere is scheduled for…
20-03-2011

PRODUCTION: In the Shadow Filming in Prague

WARSAW: Czech director David Ondricek is in production with In The Shadow, a Czech-Polish-Slovak coproduction which began shooting on 5 March 2011 in Prague. Polish cinematographer Adam Sikora is the…
17-03-2011

MEDIA Programme Offers Two Day Training

The MEDIA (http://ec.europa.eu/media) Programme Initial Training Conference taking place in Brussels on 21-21 March 2011 will present 45 speakers giving a complete overview of EU funding opportunities for higher education…
16-03-2011

FNE - IDF DocBloc : ESODOC DEADLINE EXTENDED > MARCH 23

ESoDoc - European Social Documentary is a training initiative promoted by ZeLIG School for Documentary (Italy) with the support of EU's Media Programme.
16-03-2011

Eurimages Announces Production and Distribution Support

Six films from Central Europe are among the 16 films which will receive 5.26 million Euros in funding from Eurimages (www.coe.int) in its latest round of funding. An additional 34…
15-03-2011

Bathory Headed to Houston

The Central European blockbuster film Bathory directed by Juraj Jakubisko has been selected for the Remi awards at the 44th WorldFest-Houston film festival, 8-17 April 2011.
14-03-2011

FNE - IDF DocBloc : VIVISECTfest 2011 Announces Deadline

The 6th VIVISECTfest - Festival on Human Rights takes place May 9 - 13, 2011 in Novi Sad, Serbia. Organized by the NGO Vojvodjanka since 2004, the festival is dedicated…
09-03-2011

FNE - IDF DocBloc : Vivisectfest 2011 Announces Deadline

The 6th VIVISECTfest - Festival on Human Rights takes place May 9 - 13, 2011 in Novi Sad, Serbia. Organized by the NGO Vojvodjanka since 2004, the festival is dedicated…
09-03-2011

FNE - IDF DocBloc: Some Of Your Energy Needed For One World 2011

The 13th One World - International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival takes place March 8 - 17, 2011, with over 100 documentaries divided into several sections. Several new programmes have…
25-02-2011

Rising Annual Revenues Help Offset CME Fourth Quarter Loss

HAMILTON, BERMUDA: Central European Media Enterprises (CME, www.cetv-net.com) turned around its performance in 2010, going from a 2009 loss of 97.2 million to net income of 100.2 million in 2010.…
23-02-2011

CME Exchanges Convertible Notes

HAMILTON, BERMUDA: Television group Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. (CME, www.cetv-net.com) announced the completion of a privately negotiated exchange of convertible notes due in 2013 for convertible notes due in…
21-02-2011

FNE at Berlinale 2011: Competition Our Grand Despair

BERLIN: Turkish film director Seyfi Teoman follows his internantionally successful Summer Book with the light-hearted Our Grand Despair. While the film's story begins with Nihal (Gunes Sayin) a young woman…
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FNE at Berlinale 2011: Competition The Turin Horse

BERLIN: Billed as Bela Tarr's last bow The Turin Horse seems to be a throwback to his eight hour epic Satantango in terms of pace and monotony. Though a mere…
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EFP Elects New Board of Directors

Éva Vezér, representing Hungary's Filmunio, was reelected to a second two year term as presient of European Film Promotion (www.efp-online.com ) Board of Directors at EFP's General Assembly meeting at…
15-02-2011

FNE at Berlinale 2011: Competition Innocent Saturday

BERLIN: Escape from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster seems like an obvious topic for a fast moving action film with tension mounting as the clock ticks off the minutes. Russian director…
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FNE at Berlinale 2011: Competition Coriolanus

BERLIN: Ralph Fiennes does not disappoint with his directorial debut of Shakespeare's Coriolanus. Indeed Fiennes' mastery of the Shakespearian material makes this look more like the work of an experienced…
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