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  • Global News Briefs: TV Viewers Riveted by Unrest in Egypt, More

    Egypt - It's becoming a truism in the Arab world: Revolutions and coups are good for ratings. While that may sound cynical, there's a nicer way of looking at it -- TV can help heal the wounds, says Franco-Tunisian entrepreneur Tarak Ben Ammar, who owns...
  • 'Grand Cahier' Win Spurs Hungarian Renaissance

    "Hungarian cinema is back," declares Agnes Havas, chief exec of the Hungarian National Film Fund, after Janos Szasz's "Le Grand Cahier" (The Notebook), the first film funded by her young org to premiere, won the top prize, the Crystal Globe, at the...
  • Lewis Hamilton wins Hungarian Grand Prix for first victory of season

    BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix from the pole position on Sunday for his first victory of a frustrating season and a record-tying fourth triumph on the Hungaroring circuit. Kimi Raikkonen was second after holding off a...
  • Hungary Sends 'Notebook' to Oscars

    LONDON -- "Le Grand Cahier" (The Notebook) has been selected as the official Hungarian entry for the Academy Awards' foreign-language film category. Janos Szasz's pic, which won the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival's Crystal Globe, is an adaption of...
  • Runaway Production: TV Drama Spreads Out All Over the Map

    Atlanta. Chicago. New Orleans. Wilmington, N.C. Austin, Texas. Albuquerque, N.M. Ireland, Hungary and Puerto Rico. These are among the locales that TV producers and actors have to be prepared to call home, at least temporarily, if they are fortunate...
  • 'Two Lives' to Rep Germany in Oscar Race

    LONDON -- Georg Maas' "Two Lives" will represent Germany in the foreign-language film category of the Academy Awards. The decision was made Tuesday in Munich by an independent jury, which was appointed by the national film org German Films. The film...
  • Toronto: 'Walesa' Proves Toronto Sales Breakout (EXCLUSIVE)

    Confirming the status of "Walesa, Man of Hope" as one of this year's Venice-Toronto breakout sales hits, Films Boutique has closed a slew of new deals in Toronto on the latest film by Polish grand master Andrzej Wajda. Over the last few days in Toronto,...
  • VOD Spotlight: Bringing “World War Z” To Life

     
    With the benefit of hindsight, all of the drama involved in getting World War Z to the big screen probably was worth it. As of mid August, the film had grossed nearly $200 million in the U.S. Rumor has it, the sequel to the film (which was always intended...
  • What's New in Germany, Hungary, and Austria for 2013

    Three countries with a rich heritage -- Germany, Hungary, and Austria -- each have a constantly evolving sightseeing scene. Here's the latest: Getting into the Reichstag, Berlin's parliament building (with its striking 155-foot-tall glass cupola), has...
  • Seeking roots in Europe's emigration museums

    When traveling to Europe, I sometimes crank up the voice of my grandmother telling stories of her journey from Norway to Canada. The boat ride was miserable. The only thing she could keep down was beer -- she became a teetotaler the day she saw the Statue...
  • Hungary Extends Tax Rebate by Six Years

    Hungary's reputation as one of the top destinations for Hollywood film and TV drama shoots, including NBC's "Dracula," has been given extra bite after its 20% tax incentive for production was extended by another six years. The European Commission has...