After months of uncertainty the Hungarian film industry breathed a sigh of relief following a recent European Commission (EC) decision to approve its tax-incentive program.
Hungarian broadcaster Antenna Hungaria, owned by Telediffusion de France, is to spearhead the country's first foray into digital TV.
TV mart Discop wrapped Friday after three days of furious biz that delivered a host of programming to 1,050 or more buyers from Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey and Israel.
Deals for mainstream dramas dominated the sales activity at the Discop East TV market in the Hungarian capital on Thursday, day two of the mart.
East European TV mart Discop, which opened its doors at Budapest's Sofitel Hotel on Wednesday with 1,740 buyers and sellers attending, sees formats as a potential bestseller in the deal-making that…
Discop, the NATPE-owned Central European programming market, will open its doors Wednesday in Budapest's Sofitel Hotel for three days of buying and selling, which market organizers expect to be…
Hungarian lawmakers passed a revised Film Law on June 9 that preserves Hungary's status as one of the most film-friendly territories in Europe.
With some Hungarian cablers preparing for digital expansion and others experimenting with state-of-the-art video-on-demand delivery systems, Hungarian buyers at Mip will be looking for topflight…
At one time, HBO Central Europe was viewed as a quintessential American export, subscribed to by local viewers hungry for western blockbuster movies, series and concerts.
Helmer Istvan Szabo's next project will be "The Door," about a woman novelist and her enigmatic housekeeper, based on the novel of the same name by Hungarian Magda Szabo.
Before it was built, local media called the development "Etyekwood." Now in its first year of operation, Korda Studios -- the $125 million, six-soundstage filmmaking complex located in the small town…