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Berlin: Hungary’s National Film Fund a Success, Directors Say

A panel of the country's top filmmakers says Hungary's state financing body has revitalized the local industry, but distributors argue they need more support.

Exiled Russian Ex-Tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky Recasts Himself as Advocate for Political Prisoners

"We simply need do everything so that there are no more political prisoners in Russia, and other countries as well," Khodorkovsky said at a news conference in Berlin.

‘The Golden Cage’ Wins Best Film at St. Petersburg Festival

Diego Quemada-Diez’s road movie about teenage Guatemalan immigrants’ perilous journey to the U.S. took top honors.

Oscars: Russia Selects Fyodor Bondarchuk’s ‘Stalingrad’ for Foreign Language Category

The $30 million World War II drama is the first Russian movie made completely in 3D and the first non-U.S.-produced film in the IMAX 3D format.

Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Ida’ Wins Top Prize at Gdynia Film Festival

Roman Polanski was among those to present the Golden Lion to the director for his 1960s period piece about a young woman’s search for identity.

Roman Polanski in Poland on Official Invite From Polish Government

During a three-day visit, the fugitive director has attended the Gdynia Film Fest's closing ceremonies and a screening of his "Venus in Fur," telling the audience: "Unfortunately in most of my films women are victims."

Roman Polanski Hustled Away From Questions About Polish Film Festival Appearance

The director leads a master class for film students but remains silent about why he decided to risk arrest and extradition to the U.S. with his trip to the event.

Hungarian WWII Drama ‘The Notebook’ Wins at Karlovy Vary

British black comedy "A Field in England" took the Special Jury Prize.

Lithuanian Parliament Approves 20 Percent Tax Incentive

Producers expect that the number of films made in Lithuania will increase 300 percent in 2014.

Lithuanian Sci-Fi Film Gets U.S. Distribution

Artsploitation Films picks up "Vanishing Waves," which becomes the country's first offering to be distributed theatrically in North America.

Polish Film ‘Loving’ Wins Best Film at Vilnius International Film Festival

Slawomir Fabicki's drama wins Best Film in VIFF's New Europe – New Names competition.

Actor Rade Serbedzija and Son Danilo to Film WWII Liberation Story

The Croatian-born actor and his filmmaker son are adapting Dusan Jovanovic's WWII play "The Liberation of Skopje."