The recession is taking a bite out of the once-overheated Russian film biz.
"Ajami" won the Golden Alexander for best feature at the Thessaloniki Film Fest.
Helmer-scribe Ivan Marinovic's "Pasqua," a Slovene, Czech and Montenegro co-production, has won the $15,000 Crossroads Co-Production Forum award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival in Greece.
Two U.S. film service companies have teamed to open a post-production facility in Hungary, where tax incentives are spurring local and foreign shoots.
Greek industryites who pulled their pics from the Thessaloniki Film Festival in a dispute over the country's outdated film funding laws have forced the cancellation of next Monday's Greek State Film…
A Serbian film about the speed with which a young army recruit is turned into a killer of civilians, "Ordinary People," took top prize Saturday at the closing of the Cottbus Festival of Eastern…
The former head of a leading Russian TV network has admitted to contacts with a rival TV group.
French Internet group Allocine has bought a 40% share in Russia's popular Kinopoisk movie info website.
Russia's CTC Media has launched legal proceedings against its former CEO Alexander Rodnyansky.
Mumiy Troll is the biggest-selling rock band you've never heard of.
At a time when the world is going through a historic fiscal crisis, cinema has a key role to play, Thessaloniki fest director Despina Mouzaki says.
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