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Submit To Maryland International Film Festival 2019

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  March 29 – 31, 2019 December 1, 2018  Regular Deadline I December 31, 2018 Late Deadline I January 31, 2019 Extended Deadline   Welcome, filmmakers, to the Maryland International Film Festival-Hagerstown. We are excited about our 8th year coming up on March 29th-31st, 2019. We are Movie Magazine's top 50 festival worth their entry fee. For 8 years, we've been bringing in the finest films from around the world. The film festival became a 5...

Seattle 2019 Calling for the 45th edition

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The 45th Annual Seattle International Film Festival May 16 - June 9, 2019 January 4, 2019 - Late submission February 1, 2019 - Extended (Withoutabox submissions only!) SIFF creates experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive. The Seattle International Film Festival is presented each year from mid-May to mid-Jun...

Annual Myrtle Beach International Film Festival (April 9 – 13, 2019) calling for entry

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Call for entry MBIFF 14 now open     November 15, 2018 Regular Deadline I December 6, 2018 Late Deadline I December 28, 2018 Extended Deadline I  SUBMIT I Website I Profile on filmfestivals.com I  Email contact I Facebook I Twitter     Submission Fee   June 22nd to October 4th  2018         Early Bird Deadline  ...

Director Nadine Labaki Finds Hope amid Chaos in "Capernaum"

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The Lebanese filmmaker/actor Nadine Labaki lives in Beirut, a quick drive yet a world away from Naba’a, the suburban slum where much of her astonishing new film Capernaum unfolds. One in every three of her compatriots lives in poverty, per the UNDP, and it’s this demographic that now compels her lens.  At its harrowing center is 12-year-old Zain (played by Zain Ar-Rafeea), who shares a squalid hovel with his siblings and brutish parents(Kawthar Al Haddad and Fa...

"Scrappy" wins another Zebrino during Berlin leg of Zebra Fest!

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"Scrappy", based on the poem by Donald G. Westlake, has won another Zebrino Award at the Berlin leg of the Zebra Poetry Film Festival on December 7, 2018. "Scrappy" also won the Zebrino at the Munster-based Zebra Poetry Film Festival back on September 30, 2018. "Scrappy" was helmed and produced by Donald Westlake's daughter, Dawn, who also adapted the original poem for the screen. The film was shot on location in Pine Mountain, California, USA by Pol Carrizo Vil...

Invisible Hands, Documentary, 2018

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  In a period when politicians openly disregard the truth and the rise of embrace authoritarian rule around the globe constraining public opinion,  important documentaries can have a difficult time overcoming the informational noise and finding their most essential audience while competing with other documentaries’ that cover equally disturbing problems.  INVISIBLE HANDS, a USA production by Shraysi Tandon belongs to the relatively small group of must see 2...

DocLands 2019 Call For Entries Now Open

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     CALIFORNIA FILM INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES 3rd Annual DOCLANDS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL  ANNOUNCES 2019 DATES, MAY 2 – 5, AND CALL FOR ENTRIES     SAN RAFAEL, CA (October 29, 2018) – Mark Fishkin, Founder of the internationally known Mill Valley Film Festival and Executive Director/Founder of the California Film Institute (CFI), announced today that the 3rd annual DocLands Documentary Film Festival, will be held Thursday,...

Ben is Back, Review: Super Mom’s benediction v/s Son’s drug addiction

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Ben is Back, Review: Super Mom’s benediction v/s Son’s drug addiction Ben, the titular character, is a nineteen year-old boy who’s come back home for a Christmas visit from his rehabilitation centre. A hardcore drug addict, he has been clean for long enough to earn his holiday. Yet, his visit is going to hurtle his family into a crisis they could never have imagined. Ben is Back is not the routine drug-mafia/gang-war film. Instead, it is a thoroughly watchable hearts and min...

Talking Turkey in London

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Opening lunch in SOFRA off Oxford Street   film director Mustafa  Karadeniz on right Jean-Marc Barr Turkish Coffee Phillip Bergson with director of Yunus Emre Institute London Dr Mehmet Karakus, film week opening director Mustafa Karadeniz and Jean Marc Barr. Photos credits: Ayse  Goksen Yucel  A capacity crowd swarmed along the Strand and into the capacious and comfortable Arthur and Paula Lucas Theatre deep within King's College, next to the Thames, for...

Retrospective and homages in Fantas Classics at Fantasporto

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  The festival will  have its pre opening with the celebrations of Easy Rider-50 years by Dennis Hopper –  95’ – USA - 1969 6º FANTAS CLASSICS (Special Anniversary Screenings)   90th Anniversary of Stanley Kubrick will feature two of his masterpieces A Clockwork Orange – Stanley Kubrick – 137’- UK/USA- 1971 The Shining- Stanley Kubrick- 119’-UK/USA-  1980   40th Anniversary Opening Alien ...

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