Steven Soderbergh's "The Informant!" premiered in competition on the Lido on Monday.
Serbian director Goran Paskaljevic risked the ire of nationalists at home and in Albania when he set up the first co-production between the acrimonious Balkans nations.
It's not often that a film festival offers free swing-dance lessons and a performance by a jazz-swing orchestra to celebrate a screening, but then Russian director Valery Todorovsky's toe-tapping…
Authorities in Georgia have issued fines to Russian television companies broadcasting in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
Serbian director Vladimir Perisic's debut pic is to be released across France today.
The cinematographers behind the lens on "The Deerhunter" and "An American Rhapsody" will be back in their hometown, Budapest, next week to begin a fortnight masterclass for students at the Korda Film…
Autumn circuit highlights
Launched when the city was still under siege from Serbian forces in the hills around it, the Sarajevo Intl. Film Festival today has become a leading force behind the revitalization of film in…
A chilling yet simple debut by a Serbian director about the ease with which young soldiers can be turned into mass murderers, "Ordinary People" took the $35,000 top feature prize at the 15th edition…
The Sarajevo Film Festival is hosting Southeast Europe's first script-editing workshop, pumping the fest's growing importance as a motor for regional film industry development.
Digital distribution offers mixed blessings for indie filmmakers in South-East Europe, an industry panel discussion at the Sarajevo Film Festival heard Monday.
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