Poland generated a record box office gross of 478 million zloty ($195 million) last year, up 3.7% on 2006, when some $188 million was taken at theaters.
The scoop: International co-productions have increased since the Polish Film Institute was set up in 2006, with an annual budget of $30 million -- 75% of that earmarked for local producers and…
"Savior Square" won Eagle prize for film at the Polish movie awards Monday.
In the first half of 2006, Polish firms spent 2.7 billion zloty ($862 million) on advertising, a 13% increase over the same period in 2005. The banking sector was a driving force behind this…
Even though the number of stations is growing in the Polish TV market, the heavyweights are still the same -- state TV and two private networks, TVN and Polsat.
Feliks Falk's "A Collector" gathered six of the 14 prizes at Poland's Eagle awards, held at the National Theatre, Warsaw, on Feb. 27.
David Lynch -- who last month finished shooting footage for his latest film, "Inland Empire," in Lodz, Poland -- has established the Art of the World Foundation in Lodz, with the aim of creating a…
The largest Polish TV stations -- state-run TVP, and privately owned TVN and Polsat -- continue to slug it out for viewers and advertising coin. Their positions seem to be firmly entrenched.
The Polish Senate has approved a bill to help the country's film biz. The measure creates a film institute and new sources of financing for local pics.
In the biggest boost for Polish cinema since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Polish government looks poised to create a national film institute with $30 million a year to invest in local movies.
The Polish market has picked up, with public TV particularly pumped. In March, it amassed 50% of total viewers, with TVP1 leading the pack with 25%. The strongest private station is Polsat, with 18%…
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