The Czech Republic's Karlovy Vary Film Festival unveiled its first four pics in competition Tuesday -- all international preems.
Ronald Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises has completed its acquisition of News Corp.'s Bulgarian bTV Group in a $400 million deal.
Digital cinema comes under the spotlight of the European Audio Visual Observatory in a Cannes Film Festival workshop next month open free of charge to all market participants.
Backlots aren't just for filming anymore. After years of being passive providers, studios have suddenly become active producers, eager to forge international partnerships as they seek cooperation…
The Czechs are on the verge of European Union approval for a tax incentive scheme to help their beleaguered film industry.
The Sarajevo Film Festival's project incubator Cinelink announced Thursday its selection for this year's competition.
TNT, one of Russia's leading commercial broadcasters, has sealed a multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Intl. Television Distribution.
Punk rock icon Johnny Rotten has been accused of selling out by appearing in a British television commercial for butter and a celebrity reality show.
Disney Channel moved closer to a launch Wednesday in Russia when the official federal agency for telecommunications granted the company a five-year cable TV license.
The Karlovy Vary Film Festival's popular Midnight Screenings slot will feature risqué Australian movies from the 1970s and 80s this year.