Romanian helmer Corneliu Porumboiu, having most recently won his country's respected Transylvania fest with "Police, Adjective" has shown the kind of boldness that is surprisingly rare in Eastern…
Karlovy Vary wrapped its 44th edition Saturday with Tehran filmmaker Abdolreza Kahani winning a special jury prize for "Twenty," a look at life in a down-on-its-luck Iranian banquet hall.
As the Velvet Revolution turns 20, a young Czech producer has pulled a coup with the property of one-time revolutionary-in-chief, Vaclav Havel.
Foreign film shoots in Prague may be slumping, but Czechs are nothing if not resourceful -- and have a decided knack for high-tech tools.
An Eastern European bloc party of talent.
American Shana Feste's debut helming effort, "The Greatest," will open the Karlovy Vary fest on July 3 and, a week later, Richard Curtis' "The Boat That Rocked" will close it.
The Czech Republic's headliner fest, Karlovy Vary, has amped up its glitz with the confirmation that John Malkovich will be taking the stage to receive a Crystal Globe for contribution to world…
In an apparent effort to beef up its sometimes disputed reputation as a respected news source, Prague terrestrial TV Nova announced last week it had fired reporter Jiri Dlabajafor for posting a…
Central European Media Enterprises, which owns the largest television network in Eastern Europe, has been hit by drastically reduced ad spending in the first quarter of this year.
Karlovy Vary Film Festival has gotten behind a promising regional showcase of Slovak, Hungarian and Croatian features as competish pics, alongside reps of Korea's and Iran's new waves.
The Czech Republic's annual Pilsen Finale festival for domestic pics honored Maria Prochazkova's "Who Is Afraid of the Wolf" on Friday, capping a week that witnessed the continued growth of regional…