The Sarajevo Film Festival will host the first regional forum on the state of the film industry in southeast Europe.
Russia's leading independent television group CTC reported a drop in overall revenues of more than a third for the second quarter of 2009, although the company says its viewing figures are up.
The Sarajevo Film Festival announced Wednesday its feature and short film competition lineup rich in world, international and regional premieres for its 15th edition, which bows Aug. 12.
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