Former Czech President Vaclav Havel and helmer Milos Forman are working on a screenplay about the Munich Agreement in 1938 and Hitler's annexation of the Sudetenland, a point in history seen by some…
Central Europe's fastest-growing media empire has announced a 41% net revenue growth year-on-year, producing earnings of $305.4 million in the second quarter.
Expanding its rapid growth in Central and Eastern Europe, Ron Lauder-owned Central European Media Enterprises announced Tuesday that it will acquire an 80% stake in two Bulgarian television channels…
Danish crime story "Terribly Happy" picked up the top prize at the Karlovy Vary fest, which wrapped Saturday.
Czech industryites at the Karlovy Vary fest say there are several reasons to celebrate local production this year. For one, the country has two contenders for the fest's Crystal Globe prize.
Danny Glover urged Hollywood to focus more on small, socially relevant pics as he spoke at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival on Wednesday.
In Central and Eastern Europe, all film distribution eyes are on emerging technologies that have little to do with the much-watched American models like iTunes and Netflix -- instead, the business is…
Central Europe regional report card
Whether weird, provocative or simply a national calling card, animation Czech-style is undergoing a renaissance, with at least 10 features slated to bow throughout the next year.
Robert De Niro starrer "What Just Happened?" will open the Karlovy Vary Film Festival on July 4 with De Niro in attendance.
The Bucharest Film Festival will open June 28 with Bosnian helmer Sroan Vuletic's urban crime tale "It's Hard to Be Nice."