Canadian-born Israeli writer, director and producer Jonathan Sagall has secured funding at the EFM for his feature project, "Lipstikka," a psychological thriller about the lifelong emotional and…
Gabor Csupo, the Budapest, Hungary-born animator behind "Rugrats," is going back to basics with a new six-episode television version of his edgy adult cartoon feature "Immigrants (LA Dolce Vita)".
The team behind award-winning Bulgarian film "The World Is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner" has a secret weapon for pulling punters in: Backgammon.
A new Slovak state film fund worth $10 million (E8 million) annually will open for applications for filmmakers later this year.
The Czech Republic's first ever digitally animated feature based on a graphic novel "Alois Nebel" has sold to Cologne, Germany-based The Match Factory for worldwide sales.
Korean sales and production shingle CJ Entertainment says sales are holding up well as it closed a raft of mid-market deals announced Sunday.
"Walk the Line" helmer James Mangold is attached to direct an untitled legal thriller for L.A.-based production and finance shingle Bold Films.
Eastern Europe's two newest filmmaking facilities are bending to the wind to survive a chilly business outlook in 2009.
Russia's most expensive ever movie, sci-fi blockbuster "Inhabited Island" -- which cost nearly $40 million to produce -- is due for a back-to-back two-film international release.
Broadband TV and VOD have been available in Russia for several years, thanks to offerings from Internet and mobile phone providers like Stream and Vimpelcom. But this digital revolution has so far…