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The 1931 film Hyppolit the Butler, the first Hungarian "talkie," has been digitally restored.
The Konecki & Saramonowicz duet is once again taking a comedy spin on the relations between the sexes.
The Lithuanian government has approved a plan to create a National Film Centre, which set to open in 2009.
Prague faced its first multiplex closure: Cinema City at Novodvorska Plaza shopping center was closed on December 3 because of low ticket sales.
Don't Turn Your Eyes, directed by Michal Rogalski and based on a true story, is preparing to shoot from March through May, 2009.
The Slovak Film Institute unveiled 48 new Slovak films and co-productions at a presentation of upcoming feature, documentary and animated films held during the 10th Bratislava International Film Festival (www.iffbratislava.sk).
After three weeks on location in the Austrian Alps, Season of the Witch starring Nicolas Cage has relocated to Hungary where it will continue production until February.
The MEDIA Programme Division of the International Cultural Programme Centre is offering seminars and discussions for documentary filmmakers during the Vilnius Documentary Film Festival.
The Forest, a partially animated feature film from animator and director Piotr Dumala, is in post-production, with a May 2009 projected completion date.
Chocolate's Day, produced by Jacek Blawut Film Production, has entered the pre-production stage after a preparatory period that started in February 2008.
Mid-August Lunch directed by Gianni Di Gregorio (Italy) won the Grand Prix at the 10th Bratislava IFF 2008, which ended on December 5.
The Lesser Evil, the story of a young writer, who manages to develop a career in the communist Poland without writing a single book, opens in Poland on December 31.
The fifth edition of the Vilnius Documentary Film Festival (December 5-14 2008) will host six Lithuanian documentary premieres.
Marcin Wrona is in preparation to begin filming on Baptism in the first half of 2009.
The Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary (www.mmka.hu) has announced its latest support for Hungarian film projects and coproductions.
Director Juraj Herz has started shooting on a Czech/Slovak/Polish co-production, The Dark, in Western Bohemia.
Agnieszka Holland is in preproduction with Christine, based on the life of Krystyna Skarbek, a Pole who Winston Churchill called most prominent female agent during World War II.
Romantic comedy Love On The Runway, directed by Krzysztof Lang, gets a head start on next year's distribution race with a December 31 premiere in Poland.
The 2007 amendment to the Polish copyright law extended royalty rights to film and TV voice-over readers, who have formed an association to enforce the new regulations.
Thirteen Polish premieres are scheduled for release in between Christmas and the end of and February, a sign of brighter times ahead for local cinema.

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