The Riga Film Fund in Latvia, the only Baltic country to offer production support to international projects, has awarded Lati 313,547 ($582,000) to six international co-productions. The fund offers…
Riga Film Fund
In the 10 years since Hungary introduced its production incentives, it has emerged as the leading country in Central and Eastern Europe in the race to pursue Hollywood blockbusters and upscale TV…
A recent study by researchers in India and the U.K. has reinforced a strict anti-smoking campaign begun last year by the central board of film classification.
Sony has dated a trio of comedies for the 2014 summer — “21 Jump Street 2″ on June 6; “Think Like A Man Too” on June 20; and “Sex Tape” on July 2. Sony began working on the “Jump Street” sequel, with…
LONDON -- Five months after one of Eastern Europe's oldest film festivals closed down after longterm funding was pulled, a new three-day event has been secured in Riga, Latvia.
"8th of March" shows how even the good parts of communist philosophy have been bankrupted by subsequent governments.
Warner Bros. is looking to expand its reach in China into TV production with a deal to adapt "Gossip Girl" for Mandarin-lingo auds.
The uptick in viewership for the Academy Awards this year can likely be traced to two factors: the rise of social media and the return of Billy Crystal.
Nerds will now have their own Olympic-style torch relay to Comic-Con -- complete with lightsabers.
Is the Super Bowl still a valuable platform for studios to their promote movies? Maybe not.
Aiming to put itself back on the international moviemaking map, Lithuania plans to introduce a tax incentive within a year to attract productions to the tiny Baltic state.