Pro Tools
•Register a festival or a film
Submit film to festivals Promote for free or with Promo Packages

FILMFESTIVALS | 24/7 world wide coverage

Welcome !

Enjoy the best of both worlds: Portal for Film & Festival News, exploring the best of the festivals community.  

An adventure to explore from imagination to reality,  the arts & talents to be discovered.

Started in 1995 connecting films to festivals, reporting and promoting festivals worldwide.

A brand new website will soon be available. Covid-19 is not helping, stay safe meanwhile.

For collaboration, editorial contributions, or publicity, please send us an email here

User login


RSS Feeds 

James Bond 007 No time to die 2020 Daniel Craig, Rami Malek

Trailers for May 2020

Eva Rinaldi

Eva Rinaldi is a Music Festival Photographer and reviewer, Eva has worked in the creative arts field since 1997. For more information please visit or



Australian film Oranges and Sunshine Premiere, by Eva Rinaldi

Oranges and Sunshine Premiere Sydney:
Photography by Eva Rinaldi

Australian production and Cast from Oranges and Sunshine walk the red carpet in Sydney.

The Jim Loach film, starring Emily Watson, Hugo Weaving and David Wenham, took in £82,922 ($130,839) from 44 screens, giving it an average of £1885 ($2974).
The Sixteen Films/See-Saw Films co-production tells the story of Nottingham social worker Margaret Humphreys who uncovers one of the most significant social scandals in recent time – the deportation of thousands of British children who were sent to Australia.
The story was well unknown for a number of years and has come to life with the film, which saw both Prime Ministers Kevin Rudd and Gordon Brown apologise to their respective people back in 2009-10.
“I’m hugely proud of Oranges,” begins Sydney-based producer Emile Sherman.
“It just had such authenticity and truth to it and so many really touching moments as well as being about something that needs to be told.
“Having been involved with films from Rabbit Proof Fence to even The King’s Speech, I definitely have an imperative to try and tell stories that are meaningful and need to get out there and Oranges and Sunshine is absolutely one of those.”
Shot in Nottingham and Adelaide (doubling as 1980s Perth), the Icon film will open in Australia on June 9.
The International Association of former Child Migrants and their families embraces "Oranges and Sunshine".

Icon Films
Hugo Weaving
Eva Rinaldi Photography

 Eva Rinaldi Flickr Red Carpet
Harold Haig- Secretary IAFCM&F
TEL: 03 9027 0880
The film tells a remarkable story of courage, hope and second chances.
A film for every Australian. A film about past- the present- the future.
Norman Johnston- President International Association of former Child Migrants and their families (IAFCM&F)

User images

About Eva Rinaldi

Eva Rinaldi
(Eva Rinaldi Photography, Celebrity and Entertainment )



View my profile
Send me a message