The departure of one of the top execs at Hungary's Magyar Televizio, and the pubcaster's refusal to reinstate reporters who went on a hunger strike over alleged political meddling in news coverage…
On Nov. 21, Hungarian lawmakers passed amendments to the country's film law, which industry insiders and analysts are touting as a game-changer that stands to reform and possibly reinvigorate the…
The Hungarian parliament is debating a new Film Law, which is expected to streamline the state's film funding process.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
BUDAPEST -- Hungarian lawmakers are considering a 3% tax on multiplex revenues to support its ailing arthouse exhibition industry.
Romania's Anim'est film festival drew 150 film professionals from around the world and 22,000 ticket buyers, but the biggest winner of the event may be the Eastern European animation business.
A proposal for a tax on porn sites that would benefit the local film biz is gaining bi-partisan support in Hungary.
Despite an ongoing state budget crisis and a flagging economy that has ground scores of film and TV productions to a halt, the HBO Hungary pay TV network is launching two homegrown series, a slate of…
The 6-year-old Anim'est Intl. Animation Film Festival, which has become East Europe's premier toonfest, opened its doors in the Romanian capital, Bucharest, Friday for 10-days of screenings.
Korda Studios is pulling out all the stops to gain an edge in East Europe's increasingly cutthroat movie industry.
Until now, TV production in Hungary has focused on reality, gameshows and soaps, with gritty crime series thrown in for good measure.