A new system of production incentives for the Czech Republic's beleaguered film industry inched a little closer after two of the country's top politicians agreed that something must be done about the…
A Slovak government-backed project to restore film classics of Communist times has proved a hit with the public in the small Central European country.
Eastern European filmmakers are being offered a bigger prize purse at Europe's leading festival devoted to movies from the region, Cottbus Film Festival.
Portmanteau feature "Tales from the Golden Age," written by Palme d'Or winner Cristian Mungiu, will open the 15th edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival next month, organizers said Monday.
Russia's first movie for the Facebook generation will be released at both theaters and as an Internet download when it is completed early next year.
Europe's first big international post-Cannes showcase of the year -- the Karlovy Vary Film Festival -- has a reputation for such a relaxed glamour that even occasional summer downpours do little to…
An Eastern European bloc party of talent.
As Central European filmmakers continue to grab the spotlight on the fest circuit, Film Europe is right there guiding the new wave.
The prexy of Russia's leading entertainment television network, CTC, is to step down from Aug. 1 after seven years, the company said Wednesday.
Russian authorities have approved plans to build a $40 million film studio complex south of Moscow.
A Russian court has dropped the case against adult cartoon channel 2X2 for screening the series "South Park," which religious groups allege stirs up national hatred.
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