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UPC has launched 14 new channels in Romania, becoming the operator with the most numerous channels available on digital platform as of June 1.
Constantin Popescu (Tales from the Golden Age) is in post-production with his first feature, Portrait of the Fighter as a Young Man, one of the very few Romanian films about…
Romania signed a new co-production agreement with France at Cannes film festival, replacing a previous agreement dating back to 1966.
Peter Călin Netzer (Maria) is in post-production with his second feature, Medal of Honor, the story of a 75 man who receives out of the blue a medal for his…
Romanian director Radu Gabrea continues his screen adaptations of Romanian born Saxon writer Eginald Schlattner's novels, this time with The Red Gloves (Mănuşile roşii).
The educational TV channel Da Vinci Learning is now part of the digital offer of the Romanian cable operator UPC.
Romanian director Andrei Zincă is in preparation to film Puzzle for a Blind Man, an adaptation of Argentinian playwright Mario Diament's Blind Date for Castel Film Studios.
Romanian cinema's New Wave may have surfaced much earlier but ever since Cristian Mungiu's 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days won the Palm d'Or in Cannes two years ago…
Romania's Pro TV and Germany's Tandem Communications announced that the Romanian's have an exclusive output deal with Tandem.
Glass House, the first feature of an American construction-industry businessman Mark Schmidt, started shooting in Romania May 5.
William Tell: The Legend the second movie produced by Alison Semenza and Todd Moyer's Flagship Films will start shooting September 1 in Romania.
IFC has picked up U.S. distribution rights for Tales from the Golden Age, produced and written by Cristian Mungiu, and presented in Cannes in Un Certain Regard.
Daniel Mitulescu, the 30 year old brother of director Cătălin Mitulescu, melds film producing with film distribution, and events coordination with festival programming.
At the beginning of May, Bucharest Hollywood Multiplex and Cinema Pro became the first cinemas in Romania to run the latest version of digital system and 3D from Sony and…
Libra Film Productions (http://www.librafilm.net/) is the first Romanian company to receive MEDIA Programme development funding, a total of €136,200 for a slate of 5 films.
Romanian-Irish co-production Counting Sheep, from director Dieter Auner, will complete a one-year filming schedule by the end of May.
When I Want to Whistle, I Whistle, the first feature from Florin Şerban, will complete his shooting by May 10 at the Romanian seaside.

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