A historic German-Russian co-production treaty is due to be inked by the two country's presidents at next February's Berlinale, sources close to the talks said Friday.
Bulgarian film "Investigation," a tense psychological dual revolving around a workaholic female cop and a male murder suspect, directed by Iglika Trifonova, took the main prize at the closing…
Two new Balkans independent national film funds are due to start working in Croatia and Macedonia early 2008, improving prospects for regional and European co-productions, participants at a…
Europe's longest-running movie event devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens Tuesday in Cottbus, Germany, with a prize purse worth a total of Euros 64,000 ($92,600) — up nearly a fifth on last…
Russia's children have a televised gift -- courtesy of President Vladimir Putin. Government-run kids channel Bibigon, named after the Lilliputian character that falls to earth from the Moon in a…
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. gained a full foothold in Russia's backyard Wednesday when it bought out the local majority shareholding in Georgian TV channel Imedi, the Tbilisi-based station reported.
Russia's pubcasters are risking the Kremlin's wrath by scheduling obligatory televised election campaign debates outside primetime.
Turkey's 44th national Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival and its younger concurrent partner the 3rd International Eurasia closed Sunday night with top awards respectively for Semih Kaplanoglu's…
The world's longest-running showcase devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens in Cottbus, Germany, on Nov. 6 with a competition slate of 10 features and a special focus on film from countries of the…
The world's longest running showcase devoted to film from Eastern Europe opens in Cottbus, Germany Nov. 6 with a competition slate of 10 features and a special focus on film from post-Yugoslav…