The world's leading festival of Eastern European cinema opens its 22nd edition Tuesday in Cottbus, Germany.
Joel Schumacher will head the main competish jury at Plus Camerimage film festival, which unspools in Bydgoszcz, Poland from Nov. 24 to Dec. 1.
Russian animation is poised to make a splash at the AFM with an adaption of Hans Christian Andersen's famous fairy tale called "The Snow Queen" on offer.
Russian public film funding rules are likely to tighten after the country's recently appointed minister of culture said he was disinclined to pay for movies about the "spiritual anguish" of directors.
Greek television screens went blank for two hours Tuesday as media professionals protested the sacking of two chat-show presenters who mildly criticized a government minister.
Romania's film industry has benefitted from both the country's spectacular locations -- encompassing river deltas, dense forests, ancient cities and majestic mountains -- and its reputation for cost…
Hungary gained a leg up on its old Eastern Bloc and Austro-Hungarian Empire neighbors nearly a decade ago when it launched the region's first tax-incentive scheme for film producers.
The Polish producers of veteran director Andrzej Wajda's biopic on Solidarity leader Lech Walesa have handed back nearly $1 million of money invested in the film by a company that was involved in a…
MOSCOW -- A Moscow court Wednesday freed one of the three members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot.
A Moscow court Wednesday freed one of the three members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot.
MOSCOW -- Nurbek Egen's "The Empty Home" has been nominated as Kyrgyzstan's choice for foreign language Oscar consideration.
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