"Chameleon," the third feature by helmer Kisztina Goda, has been selected as Hungary's entry in the foreign-language film category of the Academy Awards.
Kicking off a drive to produce more inhouse drama, HBO Central Europe has pacted with Dori Media Distribution for local versions of HBO's "In Treatment" for the Romanian, Hungarian, Czech and Polish…
BUDAPEST Upcoming feature “Kameleon,” from helmer Krisztina Goda, will be the first Hungarian film to shoot at the Korda Film Studio., the film complex that opened its doors in 2007, announced that…
HBO's vampires are coming to a region that understands the blood-thirsty creatures well.
As European cinema faces an uncertain future fueled by the global crisis, judges at the 40th Hungarian Film Week concluded the eight-day festival on Tuesday by giving director Aron Matyassy the…
Cashing in on the global interest in President-elect Barack Obama, HBO has acquired international rights to the Jan. 18 inaugural in Washington, D.C.
Conflict and truth may be the most sought-after commodities among Magyar buyers at Mipcom. They'll be on the prowl for drama (in one-hour, half-hour and movie formats) and documentaries.
As one of the first territories to embrace commercial terrestrial television, the Czech Republic is in the grips of the same digital revolution that is transforming the broadcast industries across…
"The Rest Is Silence," an ambitious epic movie within a movie, has been chosen to represent Romania for the foreign-language Oscar at the Academy Awards, while festival favorite "Iska's Journey," a…
"The Rest Is Silence," an ambitious epic movie within a movie, has been nominated to rep Romania's hopes for the foreign-language Oscar at the Academy Awards.
Festival favorite "Iska's Journey," a poignant exploration of poverty and human trafficking in Eastern Europe, has been selected as Hungary's entry for the foreign-language Academy Award.
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