Czech industryites say they are worried that the slowly returning tide of foreign productions could fall off again if politicos don't pony up more coin for incentives.
The Czech Republic is becoming an even friendlier place for filmmakers, according to Helena Frankova, CEO of the country's State Film Fund. At a session Monday at the Cannes Festival, Frankova said…
The Czech Republic's great hope for restoring its once-thriving foreign production biz, a 20% film incentive, moved closer to reality Friday when the European Commission revealed it had approved the…
More “Helena Frankova” on Variety.com