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Artur Urbanski, double award winner at the 2002 Venice Tv Fest, begins shooting his first big screen feature Listening to Jo, on October 10.
The DVD Group (dvdgroupcz.com) reported increased sales of DVD in the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 2008.
Cyprus will make the transfer to digital TV broadcasting in 2011, government officials announced.
Hungary's TV2 is headed to Botswana to film the first year of a planned five-year reality TV programme, following the adventures of ten stars dropped off in the Botswana wilderness.
Lithuania has chosen Maris Martinsons' Loss as its first feature film to compete for selection the Best Foreign Language category.
Austrian digital broadcasting specialist Oesterreichische Rundfunksende announced it has bid on Slovenia's second DVB-T platform, with a decision expected October 15.
The second edition of the Cyprus International Short Film Festival announced a January 16 deadline in its call for entries for the 2009 event.
The Estonian government is spending EEK 11.4 million (730,000 Euros) on an advertising campaign on the internationally recognized music channel MTV.
Malta telecom firm GO announced it has signed exclusive three year rights to broadcast Formula One.
Tricks directed by Andrzej Jakimowski has been chosen by a special commitee appointed by the Polish Minister of Culture as the candidate for the Oscar in the Best Foreign Language…
Bertrand Le Guern has been names new president and the CEO of Canal Plus Cyfrowy (www.canapluscyfrowy.pl).
The Giglet (Nestyda), a dark comedy about mid-life crisis by leading Czech director Jan Hrebejk premieres on October 8 in Prague, with nation-wide distribution beginning October 9.
Bulgaria's Diema channels were responsible for a 494,000 euro profit for British owner Apace Media in the first half of 2008.
Wojtek Smarzowski's multi-awarded 2004 film The Wedding is headed to cinemas across Austria beginning October 10.
The Board of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) appointed a new Hungarian Film Week board to preside over next year's jubilee edition.
Bulgarian, Slovak, and Polish producers each added a Zurich film festival award to their credentials.
The Slovak film Blind Loves from director Juraj Lehotsky will be competing for selection in the Oscar category for Best Foreign Language Film.
Seven years after the filming of Hard Cash, Val Kilmer returns to Bulgaria for a six week shoot on his newest movie Fake Identity.

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