Russian state TV kicked off the New Year with the first sign of political satire in the media for years.
The former head of a leading Russian television channel is to receive nearly $26 million in cash and more than two million shares after reaching an out-of-court settlement.
Russia's biggest Internet investment company Digital Sky Technologies Wednesday bought $180 million of securities, along with other investors, in the world's largest social games provider Zynga.
The Tirana Film Festival, Albania's only international movie event, wrapped its seventh edition -- the first to include a competition -- late Sunday at a ceremony in the capital.
Filmmakers in a country where cinema all but collapsed in the last 20 years, Albania, have a secret weapon: Eurimages.
Twenty years after Europe's Communist-era Iron Curtain began to crumble with the fall of the Berlin Wall, state interference or control of TV in many former Soviet countries continues to hamper…
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.