Can the Czech biz keep the resurgent U.K. production sector at bay and hang on to the $300 million it earns each year from foreign shoots? When London-based Eon Prods. decided to shoot much of the…
The general election in the Czech Republic in June produced a hung parliament, and while the stalemate between right and left has left many pieces of legislation in limbo, a bill triggering extra…
Czech helmer Jiri Menzel on Wednesday wrapped his first feature in 12 years, "I Served the King of England," after shooting 66 days in 25 locations in the Czech Republic.
The Karlovy Vary Film Festival will honor Andy Garcia with a Crystal Globe for artistic contribution during the June 30-July 8 gala in the Czech Republic.
The Karlovy Vary Film Festival will highlight emerging directors making striking statements about the struggle for meaning and love, organizers said Tuesday, rolling out the list of 15 films…
The Czech film-funding crisis looks to be over for the time being, with Wednesday's announcement that industryites will disrupt no further festivals until they hold talks with state officials.
Czechs are gearing up for an artistic bent to Karlovy Vary as organizers announced Thursday that celebrated bad boy Matthew Barney will present his "Cremaster" series at the west Bohemian fest.
The first domestic fest has fallen victim to the Czech filmmakers' strike over the state's failure to pass a tax to fund production. Czech helmers and producers have pulled their work from the Film…
"Good Bye Lenin," a 2003 pic about East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall, is getting some fresh play -- courtesy of the Czech Republic's Civic Democrat party.
Czech film bizzers reacted angrily to Tuesday's decision by the Czech parliament to reject a film law that would have given the industry a much-needed cash injection of $12.8 million a year, in…
Czech President Vaclav Klaus, a strong free-market proponent, has vetoed a proposed tax on exhibs, distribs and terrestrials intended to fund the anemic Czech film industry.