Resembling "The Full Monty" but more downbeat, too lite for the arthouse yet too melancholy for escapist uplift, tasty "Snails" may prove to be as challenged a traveler as its titular gastropod.
Economic hard times have seen a collapse in public funding for film in recent years, with the national cinema fund slashed from about $14 million five years ago to between $8 million and $9 million…
Romania continues to draw resourceful producers in need of dramatic backdrops and affordable crews -- and to its credit, it draws shoots such as MPCA projects "William & Kate: A Royal Love Story" and…
The arrival of a traveling cinema of Soviet propaganda films in a remote Romanian village signals a cultural invasion of a particularly unwelcome kind.
Top Romanian producer and director Tudor Giurgiu has been awarded a Euro 389,000 ($490,000) grant toward the $1.3 million budget of his second feature as helmer, comedy "Of Snails and Men."
Greece's Thessaloniki Film Festival Friday announced the 17 contenders for its $15,000 Crossroads co-production forum, which helps projects at script stages from the Balkan and Mediterranean regions…
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