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.
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.