Friday, 31 October 2014   |   Poland

The Passing Bells to premiere on TVP and BBC

WARSAW: The Passing Bells, a TVP and BBC Worldwide coproduction set during WWI, will premiere November 2014 in both the UK and Poland. The show's Polish executive producer is Apple Film Production.

ZAGREB: The Macedonian-Croatian-Finnish coproduction The Liberation of Skopje, the first feature directed by the Croatian-born Hollywood star Rade Šerbedžija (Mission Impossible II, Eyes Wide Shut, Before the Rain), started principal photography in Veles, Macedonia on 31 October 2014. Šerbedžija is also starring.

PRAGUE: Shooting of Danish feature Tordenskiold, which started on Czech locations 13 October 2014, is scheduled to wrap 18 November.

Friday, 31 October 2014   |   Poland

Gods Tops One Million Admissions

WARSAW: Gods, the winner of the 39th Gdynia Film Festival has racked up 1.149 m admissions within three weeks since its premiere.

PRAGUE: Central European Media Enterprises reported another quarter of rising revenues, with 2014 quarter three net revenues up 7 percent over 2013, at 140m USD.

Friday, 31 October 2014   |   Czech Republic

FNE IDF Doc Bloc: DOK.Incubator

CEE documentary filmmakers screen their films at Leipzig's DOK.Incubator before their releases.

ZAGREB: Outgoing chair Antonio Nuić hands over the reins of the Croatian Film Directors’ Guild to young film director Irena Škorić following the Board’s election on Monday, 29 October 2014.

Thursday, 30 October 2014   |   Malta

New Offices for Malta Film Commission

KALKARA: The Malta Film Commission, in the midst of one of Malta’s busiest film production years, announced its relocation to new offices at the Mediterranean Film Studios.

BUCHAREST: Romania's newest distribution company Freeman Distribution has become the official distributor of Lionsgate/Summit in Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Czech and Slovakia.

PRAGUE: The Czech Republic stands in for Paris in Marguerite, a French period film set in the 1920‘s. The drama about a tone deaf opera singer is directed by Xavier Giannoli (In the Beginning, 2009; Superstar, 2012).

ZAGREB: Macedonian director Mitko Panov’s Wait for Me/Čekaj me, which wrapped shooting in Croatia on 18 October 2014, is the eighth international project benefitting from the film incentives scheme provided by the Croatian Audiovisual Centre in 2014.

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