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The 22nd Cinemania World Film Panorama kicks off November 7 in Sofia with Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones film Shine a Light.
The 2008 edition of the Slovak Cable Television Congress takes place November 10 and 11 in Bratislava.
Poland's newest film fund has been established at the Westpomeranian Province, a region with a strong need for a cinema industry development.
German comedy Vicky the Viking has completed filming in Malta.
Baltic Media Alliance has invested over €3 million into development in the Baltic States.
Mustafa, a film about the founder of modern Turkey, has grossed over 2 million Turkish Lira (1.05 million euros) with 469,508 tickets sold in its first week.
Tricks directed by Andrzej Jakimowski had gone into regular cinema release in France, gathering enthusiastic reviews.
Polish director Jerzy Hoffman has lost a court case against the Ukrainian government over Hoffman's hit movie With Fire and Sword.
Romanian films will be the focus of a week-end festival being held in Limassol, Cyprus, November 7-10.
Celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the first Polish feature film, the Polish Film Institute (www.pisf.pl) had prepared a series of events including gallery shows, retrospectives and a DVD collection.
Valdas Navasaitis' new feature film Perpetuum mobile premieres on November 4 in Vilnius, with nation-wide distribution beginning on November 7.
Mustafa, a 115-minute documentary about the founder of the modern Turkish Republic, led the box office charts on its opening day.
Director Robert Crombie's Sappho took home the bulk of the awards at the closing ceremony of the 3rd Cyprus International Film Festival on October 25.
Krzysztof Zanussi's competition film, With a Warm Heart, earned the best actor prize for Bodhan Stupka at the awards ceremony of the Rome International Film Festival on October 31.
Vinko Moedendorfer's second feature film, Landscape No. 2, won the Vesna best film award at the 11th Slovenian Film Festival held in the resort town of Portoroz.
New Turkish films hitting the cinemas are expected to attract record numbers of viewers and drive local box office.
The 49 Krakow Film Festival, running May 29-June 4, announced its call for competition films in three categories.
Two Polish productions won the Grand Prix and the Special Jury Prize at the 21st Tokyo Film Festival.
The Council of Europe's Eurimages Fund (www.coe.int/Eurimages) announced support of 13 European co-productions, out of 20 applicants, with 4,212,529 euros in funding.
Immigrants - L.A. Dolce Vita (www.immigrantsthemovie.com), the feature animation film from Hungarian-American filmmaker Gabor Csupo, has its world premiere on October 30 in Hungary.

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