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Krzysztof Penderecki, Composer of ‘The Exorcist’ and ‘The Shining,’ Dies at 86

Poland's leading composer and conducter, Krzysztof Penderecki, whose music became known worldwide through his work on Hollywood movies, has died. He was 86.

Oscars: Ethiopia Selects ‘Running Against the Wind’ for International Feature Film Category

Ethiopia has selected Jan Philipp Weyl's 'Running Against the Wind' as its submission for the best international feature film category at the 2020 Oscars.

Russia Media Watchdog Accuses Google of “Interference” in Anti-Government Protests

Russia's media watchdog has accused Google of interfering in the country's domestic politics and peddling "hostile influence (over) and obstruction of democratic elections" after YouTube advertised anti-government protests in Moscow.

Patricia Clarkson: Streamers Have “Lifted Women of Over 40, 50 or 60”

Patricia Clarkson, nominated for an Emmy in HBO's 'Sharp Objects,' at the Karlovy Vary film festival praised streaming services for providing great roles for women, especially "women of over 40, 50 or 60," and said people in Hollywood are now "realizing that women can also make you money."

Russian Communists Call for Banning HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’

A Russian Marxist-Leninist organization, the Communists of Russia, claim HBO's 'Chernobyl' series "demonizes Russia" and should be banned.

Karlovy Vary Festival to Honor Julianne Moore

Oscar-wining actress Julianne Moore will receive the Crystal Globe lifetime achievement honor at the 54th edition of the Karlovy Vary international film festival, which opens at the end of June.

WarnerMedia-Controlled Central European Media Enterprises to Consider Sale, Merger

WarnerMedia-controlled Central European Media Enterprises, which runs a stable of successful television and media outlets in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia, is looking at a sale, merger or other strategic options.

Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Leads Nominations for Poland’s Film Awards

Pawel Pawlikowski's Oscar-nominated drama, 'Cold War,' tops the list of nominations for Poland's national film awards with 12, including best film, best director and best script.

‘A Star Is Born’ Cinematographer Released After Arrest Over Alleged Assault

Matthew Libatique, the cinematographer behind 'A Star Is Born,' has been released after facing charges of an alleged drunken attack on paramedics and police officers during his visit to the Camerimage Festival in Poland, the country's local news outlets reported.

Romania Unveils Europe’s Most Generous Film Incentives

Romania has unveiled Europe's most generous film incentives, with the Eastern European country's government approving a cash rebate plan worth up to 45 percent of a film's budget for qualifying international productions.

Oscars: Poland Selects ‘Cold War’ for Foreign-Language Category

Poland has selected Pawel Pawlikowski's 'Cold War' — the Cannes award-winning tale of an ill-fated love affair that spans the Iron Curtain and is among the favorites to win an Oscar — as its submission in the best foreign-language film category for the Academy Awards.

Oscars: Denmark Selects ‘The Guilty’ for Foreign-Language Category

Denmark has selected Gustav Moller's tense kidnap drama 'The Guilty' as its submission in the best foreign-language film category for the Oscars.