European producers hoping to hit the big time in the U.S. should do their homework first and think genre rather than art-house, top North American indie producers told industry professionals in…
The future of state funding in Russia for international co-productions is unclear after a major shake-up in state support for film was ordered by the Kremlin.
An investigation into the finances of the former public film fund in Hungary that collapsed two years ago with multimillion-dollar debts has exposed widespread corruption.
Program execs at Moscow pubcaster TV Podmoskoviy have quit after their topper was replaced by a new general director with strong links to the Kremlin.
Debut Polish director Maria Sadowska's "Women's Day," about the humiliating conditions local supermarkets force on female employees, won the prize for best film and $25,000 Saturday at the closing of…
Due to time differences, U.S. election results dominated Russian broadcast media the day after, Nov. 7.
Kremlin-backed English-language news channel Russia Today has nabbed an exclusive interview with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, reflecting the station's role as an international mouthpiece for…
European and international producers have more opportunities than ever to access coin for co-productions after a raft of new and re-structured film funds opened over the past year, producers at the…
Universal Pictures Intl. Russia is resuming movie distribution in Kazakhstan after it signed a distribution licensing agreement with Interfilm Distribution.
Russia's CTC Media TV network plans to skew its programming toward a younger audience to take advantage of higher advertising revenues for the demo.
Russian director Aleksandr Sokurov has resigned from the board of directors of St. Petersburg's Lenfilm studios in a clash over plans for its redevelopment.