Czech film bizzers are reporting a healthy jump in foreign productions and a new "more business-like" approach to the country's production incentives, which have been boosted by 300 million korunas…
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Rep. — The Karlovy Vary Film Festival's Works in Progress Award has gone to tragicomedy "Blind Dates" from Georgia, which has replaced Romania as the rising star among European…
Czech lawmakers have overturned President Vaclav Klaus' veto on a film law that will introduce incentives worth up to $15 million a year to back local and international productions.
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KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic -- Czech producers will be forced to wait for up to a year for coin after the introduction of a new film finance law.
Czech producers say foreign filmmakers have just six months to take advantage of the country's new production incentives.
A documentary shot over a period of 13 years that traces the fascinating life of dissident poet turned politician Vaclav Havel, the former Czech president, has become the biggest ever theatrical…
A massive Czech film funding cut by the state has cast a shadow over the country's biggest annual celebration of movie making, much of it loca
WHAT: European Film Promotion's dinner in honor of Europe's new faces -- a collection of producers and helmers on the rise.