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WARSAW: Polish cinema saw another record breaking year with an all-time best result of 56 m total admissions and two domestic titles topping the overall box office. Total gross was…
BELGRADE: Mladen Kovačević is currently in production with his third long documentary Merry Christmas, Yiwu / Srećna Nova, Yiwu. This Serbian/French/Swedish coproduction is the first Serbian film ever to be…
PRAGUE/WARSAW/TBILISI: Nobody Likes Me by Czech directors Tomas Weinreb and Petr Kazda, as well as Polish minority coproduction The War Has Ended by Hagar Ben Asher were selected for the…
TBILISI: A Georgian short documentary The Trader / Sovdagari directed by Tamta Gabrichidze will be broadcast on Netflix starting 9 February 2018.
TRIESTE: The 8th edition of When East Meets West kicks off on 21 January 2018 with a double focus on the Nordic countries and South East Europe and also by…
ZAGREB: Cumulative local expenditure for international productions that applied for incentives in 2017 was almost 25.4 m EUR, more than double compared to 2016 and more than in the record…
LJUBLJANA: More domestic films were released in Slovenian cinemas 2017, but admissions to domestic films dropped from 230,851 in 2016 to 163,500 due to the fact that no major domestic…
WARSAW: The Polish/British animated film Loving Vincent directed by Dorota Kobiela and Britain’s Hugh Welchman was nominated for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards in the…
WARSAW: SPI International subsidiary Kino Polska TV took full control over Cable Television Networks & Partners by acquiring all of its shares for 2.4 m EUR / 10 m PLN.…
Together with the Creative Europe Desks - MEDIA from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the Institute of Documentary Film organises a meeting with documentary filmmakers in Prague on 25 January…
WARSAW: Silver Bear winner Małgorzata Szumowska’s new drama Mug is currently in final postproduction and will have its international premiere in the Competition of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival…
ZAGREB: The Croatian Producers Association and Croatian Film Directors’ Association are protesting against the decision of the Croatian National Television (HRT) to cancel the broadcast of the feature film Ministry…
BRATISLAVA: Ten projects, including Slovak/Czech coproductions, registered for the 20% cash rebate at the Slovak Audiovisual Fund in 2017 for a 2018 shooting. The eased requierements implemented in 2017 attracted…
TORUŃ: The Camerimage International Film Festival will move from Bydgoszcz to Toruń by 2022, as a special Camerimage Festival Congress Center will be built to serve as a permanent location…
BUCHAREST: Cristian Mungiu’s Graduation / Bacalaureat was awarded best foreign film at the National Society of Film Critics’ Awards for 2017.
BRATISLAVA: Acclaimed Slovak actor Marián Labuda, who starred in Jiří Menzel’s My Sweet Little Village (1985, Barrandov), died at the age of 73 on 5 January 2018.
TRIESTE: Nine titles wil vie in the international competition of the 29th Trieste Film Festival set to take place from 19 to 28 January 2018.
FNE spoke with Zurab Maghalashvili, the director of the Georgian National Film Center, about the changes in the Georgian cinema since his appointment in spring 2016 and what lies ahead.
PRAGUE: The Slovak/Czech drama Filthy / Špína directed by Tereza Nvotová got six nominations for the Czech Film Critics´Awards. The awards will be announced on 27 January 2018.

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