The long-awaited opening up of Czech secret police files from before the Velvet Revolution is clearly not welcome news for everyone.
Czech auds were all ears Saturday for the Prague Shorts kudos as "Tony Zucho," a quirky comic romance by French helmer Valentina Potiera scored the main prize and Euros 5,000 ($7,300).
The Czech Film Center has joined with one of Central and Eastern Europe's major talent farms, the training program European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs, which brings 150 film industry bizzers to Prague…
Three U.S. theater companies are jockeying for the Gotham preem of "Leaving," a new work by former Czech president/playwright Vaclav Havel, that looks at current political intrigue, both in his…
Booming terrestrial web Central European Media Enterprises has made its first multi-territory acquisition with the purchase of gameshow format "Kids Are All Right" from Endemol-owned Initial.
New Czech features, which often struggle for exposure abroad, are getting a boost in London.
War crimes, ice fishing and human trafficking captivated juries at the Jihlava docu fest, which wrapped Saturday in the southern Czech town, generating interest from TV scouts from throughout Europe.
Eran Kolirin's Middle Eastern comedy "The Band's Visit" scored the Warsaw Film Festival's main prize, while New Films New Directors kudos went to Koen Mortier's "Ex Drummer," adapted from the tough…
Prague's most rocking new fest, Moffom (Music on Film/Film on Music) unspools its fourth edition today at the city's most ornate prewar movie palace, the Kino Lucerna.
Ever the political bellwether, the 23rd Warsaw Film Festival opened Friday with a slate of 190 pics from 55 countries that reflect changing times.
A slew of countries have unveiled their submissions for the foreign-language Oscar race ahead of Monday's closing date.