NATPE's 18th Discop East, the Central and Eastern Europe's premier TV programming market, closed its doors Friday evening after three days of business at the Sofitel Hotel in Budapest that brought…
This year's edition of NATPE's Discop, Eastern and Central Europe's leading TV market, is looking likely to be the busiest in its 18-year history.
Following onstage protests at the Transylvania Film Festival on Saturday, Romania's filmmakers are continuing their efforts to derail a proposed new film law that they say will set back the industry…
With 46,291 admissions earned over its first weekend, "Mission London," a Bulgarian-produced feature film directed by newcomer Dimitar Mitovski, has proved to one of the strongest Bulgarian domestic…
Even by the sexy standards of European film, the 2010 Gopo Awards, Romania's version of the Oscars held on March 29, was conspicuously glamorous.
"Police, Adjective," a police morality tale that resonated deeply in this former-Communist nation, swept Romania's Gopo Film Awards, which took place at the capital's Palace of Parliaments on Monday.
HBO Central Europe is to beef up its production output, focusing on popular documentaries with local and global appeal.
Szabolcs Hajdu's "Bibliotheque Pascal" swept the awards at the 41st Hungarian Film Week.
T-Home, the cable provider for the Magyar Telecom Group, is piloting two pioneering channels in Hungary that tap into growing concern in the country for the environment and healthier living.
Pay TV net HBO Central Europe has tapped U.S. producer Marc Lorber as senior VP, original programming and production to help boost its production of local content.
The 2009 Discop East TV market is the canary in the coal mine of Eastern and Central European international TV distribution -- and it remained chirpily healthy despite reports of its imminent demise…