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The Lithuanian-Polish-Dutch co-production feature film Farewell (Atsisveikinimas) directed by Tomas Donela is now in postproduction.
Writer/actor/director Ivailo Hristov is mid-way through a six-week spring shooting schedule (along with one week in autumn) on his newest immigration story A Place With No Windows.
Cinema Spring film festival launched the first Lithuanian film online, Jurate Samulionyte's stop-motion film No Routine on March 30.
Public broadcaster TVP and Cyfrowy Polsat, the biggest satellite operator in Poland, have signed an agreement regulating their cooperation.
Prague 16-23 April 2009 / Brno 25-30 April 2009 / Olomouc 27-30 April 2009
It took seven years and cost €6.6 million, but in September The True Story of Janosik and Tomas Uhorcik will premiere simultaneously in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland.
Tallinn Discrict Court lifted the exibition ban imposed in May 2008 on Kadri Kõusaar's Cannes entry Magnus after the director successfully contested the first level court's controversial ruling.
The Hungarian-Serbian feature film Vespa from director Diana Groo is in preproduction and the shooting will start at the end of June.
Polish, Czech, Romanian, and Hungarian producers and distribution companies in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Turkey received funding following the latest Eurimages session held March 15-17.
The Croatian-Hungarian co-production feature film The Land of Wonders (U zemlji cudesa) from director Dejan Sorak is now in postproduction.
The Serbian-Hungarian-French-Croatian-Slovenian co-production Besa by Srdjan Karanovic is in post-production, Hungarian producer Denes Szekeres told FNE.
Having started principal photography of his World War II film "The Way Back" on February 23, six-time Academy Award nominee Peter Weir intends to work in Sofia for another month.
Wim Wenders and Mike Leigh will open and close this year's Febiofest, running March 26 - April 3 in Prague.
The Case of the Unfaithful Klara, an Italian/Slovak production co-produced by Rudolf Biermann (Charlie's and In Film Praha), is set to premiere on March 27 in Italy.
A new Polish media bill is going before parliament, with the hope it will go into effect in June 2009.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) announced on March 23 that international media and entertainment giant Time Warner will acquire a 31% stake in CME.
After gatherings in New York, Toronto, Washington, Montreal and London, Sunny Side of the Doc held its 6th co-production Rendezvous in Sofia, Bulgaria, March 11 to 14, 2009.
The Slovenian Film Fund director Jelka Stergel has recalled her resignation, which was announced on March 19.
Estonian producers Kuukulgur Film launched their short film Suits (Smoke) straight to YouTube on March 9, claiming it to be the first professional Estonian movie released online.
CME's flagship Romanian station Pro TV will receive this year's NAB International Broadcasting Excellence Award, presented on April 20 in Las Vegas by the National Association of Broadcasters.

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