MOSCOW -- Finland's audio-visual industry promo org Favex is opening offices in New York and Moscow to expand business opportunities for local producers, game-developers and special-effects…
MOSCOW -- The Finnish Film Foundation has appointed two commissioners to administer the country's production grants.
MOSCOW -- Warner Bros. Germany has inked a first-look, two-picture deal with German multihyphenate Michael "Bully" Herbig's shingle HerbX.
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Three young women in their 20s have done what protests of hundreds of thousands in Russia over the past year failed to do: Put President Vladimir Putin's regime, which many Russian feel is rife with…
MOSCOW -- German distributor Senator has added Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" to its distribution slate.
MOSCOW -- Russia's biggest commercial television network CTC has reshuffled three top managers as it positions itself to take a bigger slice of the key female audience.
MOSCOW -- Lithuania finally entered a film for best foreign-language Oscar Monday, when after two rounds of voting the Baltic country's selection committee opted for Audrius Stonys' documentary…
MOSCOW -- Latvia was among the last international territories to announce its entry for foreign language Oscar, Friday when Yevgeni Pashkevich's "Gulf Stream Under the Iceberg" was nominated.
MOSCOW -- Armenia's candidate for best foreign language Oscar is Natalia Belyauskene's ''If Only Everyone,'' a film about how in war there are no winners.
MOSCOW -- Hungarian arthouse director Bela Tarr is opening a PhD-level filmmaking academy in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
"Where the Fire Burns" by helmer Ismail Gunes is Turkey's nomination for best foreign language Oscar.