Despite competition from the Olympics, the Russia-Georgia conflict has dominated media reports in Europe and America — but in Asia has largely played second fiddle to the Games, which are a much…
Russian deputy foreign minister Grigory Karasin has accused Western media orgs of bias in their coverage of the Georgia fighting, but U.S. and U.K. TV execs are unfazed, saying that claims of bias…
Greece's Thessaloniki Intl. Film Festival Monday announced the first seven of its 14-pic competition line up with the European premieres of three Asian films among highlights scheduled for its 49th…
Helmer Alexei Uchitel's "Captive," set during Russia's war with breakaway province Chechnya, opened Russia's 16th Window on Europe Festival on Friday -- the day Russian tanks entered neighboring…
Croatian director Arsen Anton Ostojic's "No One's Son" swept the board to take most of the top prizes July 26 at the closing of the 55th edition of the Pula Film Festival.
With tyro directors dominating, the Sarajevo Film Festival announced the competition lineup for its 14th edition billed as "the most exciting program yet."
Croatian film production will increase by around 50% annually within the next few years as a new system of subsidies begins to take effect, the head of the newly established Croatian Audio Visual…
Ukraine's annual festival for young filmmakers, the Kyiv IFF Molodist, is launching a new co-production event aimed at directors and producers from Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Croatian cinema will be in focus for a week when the 55th edition of the Pula Film Festival opens Saturday (19th July) in the Adriatic coastal city.
The European Commission on Thursday approved state film-support programs in Latvia and the Italian island of Sardinia after legal reviews to ensure they were compatible with European treaty state-aid…