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National film distributor MOKEP (www.mokep.hu) and national animation film factory Pannonia Film Ltd. (/www.mediaguide.hu/pannoniafilm) are set to merge in September.
European Film Award winner Balint Kenyeres will direct his feature length debut Yesterday for Zentropa's pan-european project (www.zentropa.dk), Young Europeans (www.youngeuropeans.info).
Jan Cvitkovic's 2005 film Gravehopping bowed in Italian cinemas the first week of July. Distribution company SAP11 (www.sap11.com) are placing 10 copies of the film within the Italian territory.
Eastern European Acquisitions Pool (EEAP) announced recent film package sales in Slovakia and Poland.
Two producers training programs offered by the New Producers Association as part of the Independent Producers International Film Festival (www.ipiff.ro) are aimed at helping Romanian filmmakers develop, finance, and package…
Slovak director Juraj Jakubisko´s Bathory smashed Slovak film box office records with 35,925 viewers during the first four-day weekend. Results were announced by distribution company Bontonfilm.
Pinprick by Daniel Young will be the first Hungarian film shot in English. Shooting started March 10 for 24 days. The film is now in post-production and on schedule, producer…
Bulgarian films have received a total of over 5.4 million Euros in support from the Bulgarian National Film Center (www.nfc.bg).
The Association of Czech Producers (APA) announced results for 2007 that indicate production volume is still flat after a cramatic decline in 2004.
Andreas Pantzis' newest feature documentary George Seferis, the Poet in the Country of the Eclipse, will head to Athens to screen in the Panorama of European Cinema film festival in…
At the Crossroads: Slovenian Cinema, the first retrospective of the history of Slovenian cinema which will take place at the Walter Reade Theater in New York July 16-22.
Tomorrow Will Be Better, Dorota Kedzierzawska's latest film, began shooting July 11 in north-east Poland, with financial support from Japan.
I Served the King of England by venerable Czech director Jiri Menzel was the Czech Republic's largest internationally successful film for 2007 through June of 2008, selling to 36 territories…
The $4.5 million (€2.8 million) Bulgarian Unified Film Organization (BUFO) production of The Hills Run Red wrapped filming in Sofia and surrounding areas in early July.
Danish entry Terribly Happy won the Crystal Globe at the 44th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, which concluded July 12. Jury president Ivan Passer presented the award to the film's…
KARLOVY VARY: One of Hungary's hottest new production outfits, KMH Film (www.khm.hu), has announced that it is in pre-production on a new film by Agnes Kocsis titled Adrian Pal which…
KARLOVY VARY: One of Hungary's hottest new production outfits, KMH Film (www.khm.hu), has announced that it is in pre-production on a new film by Agnes Kocsis titled Adrian Pal which…
The Latvian family adventure Little Robbers, directed by Armands Zvirbulis, began principal photography on the Riga Film Studio sound stages on July 8.
Two days of “Meetings on the Lake” brought together French and Central European producers during the first Macedonian festival of French films taking place in Ohrid the first week in…
Veteran writer/director Srdan Vuletic competes in the Karlovy Vary film festival East of the West section with the Slovenian co-production It´s Hard to Be Nice.

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