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The Giglet (Nestyda), a dark comedy about mid-life crisis by leading Czech director Jan Hrebejk premieres on October 8 in Prague, with nation-wide distribution beginning October 9.
Bulgaria's Diema channels were responsible for a 494,000 euro profit for British owner Apace Media in the first half of 2008.
Wojtek Smarzowski's multi-awarded 2004 film The Wedding is headed to cinemas across Austria beginning October 10.
The Board of the Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) appointed a new Hungarian Film Week board to preside over next year's jubilee edition.
Bulgarian, Slovak, and Polish producers each added a Zurich film festival award to their credentials.
The Slovak film Blind Loves from director Juraj Lehotsky will be competing for selection in the Oscar category for Best Foreign Language Film.
Seven years after the filming of Hard Cash, Val Kilmer returns to Bulgaria for a six week shoot on his newest movie Fake Identity.
Hungarian national TV channel MTV (www.mtv.hu) and the Prime Minister's Office (www.meh.hu) announced a screenwriting competition on the theme of the 1956 revolution (www.magyarorszag.hu/filmszabadsag56).
Bulgaria's two largest cable TV operators have had a merger approved by the Competition Protection Commission.
A European Commission report indicates that Malta is not moving quickly enough with broadband and internet access.
Megalan Network, a Bulgarian internet provider, announced it will launch cable TV service by the end of the year, and Vi-Vesta Holding announced plans for an eco TV channel.
Cannes FIPRESCI winner Delta by Kornel Mundruczo has collected 12,100 admission since its E-Cinema release on September 11..
Ljubljana's main arthouse cinema Kinodvor re-opened its doors on October 1, after being closed in April.
This year's Movie Feast, Moziunnep 2008 (www.moziunnep.hu), brought more than 400,000 spectators to cinemas, organizer Upper Studio announcemed.
The program of the 24th Warsaw International Film Festiwal, scheduled for October 10-19, was announced at the press conference in Multikino Zlote Tarasy.
Media companies in Romania are consolidating, a report in The Diplomat Bucharest concludes.
According to a Stop.hu survey, 60% of Hungarian children age 8-14 watch their favorite TV programs every day, according to a report on realdeal.hu.
With the economic growth stalling, Estonia is reducing its state film financing this year and faces further cuts in coming years.

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