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The foundation lettera27 presents a fund of 25,000 euros to support African filmmakers

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 The foundation lettera27 presents a fund of 25,000 euros to support African filmmakers participating at the Industry Area of the African Film Festival of Cordoba A Jury of experts will select the best script for production.   The Italian organization lettera27 , with the support of the Moleskine foundation has presented today, 14th of October, a fund of 25,000 euros for the realization of one project out of 11 African film projects, which were presented in the 4th Forum of Coproduc...

Josefina Molina, Honorary Goya Award 2012

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  Spanish writer and filmmaker Josefina Molina has been announced as the 2012 Honorary Goya Award that the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences gives annually. , was born in Cordoba in 1936.She graduated In Politics at Complutense University of Madrid but also was the first woman in Spain to get an Official Degree in Cinematography in 1969. Spanish writer and filmmaker Josefina Molina will be the third woman in Goya´s history to obtain this award. She recogni...

Josefina Molina, Honorary Goya Award 2012

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Spanish writer and filmmaker Josefina Molina has been announced as the 2012 Honorary Goya Award that the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences gives annually. Josefina Molina, was born in Cordoba in 1936.She graduated In Politics at Complutense University of Madrid but also was the first woman in Spain to get an Official Degree in Cinematography in 1969. Spanish writer and filmmaker Josefina Molina will be the third woman in Goya´s history to obtain this award. She recognized th...

Teclópolis

Director: Javier Mrad.
Once upon a time. Old magazines gently dance in the wind. A super-8 camera crawls over a wooden table while an old carpet flows in and out. Suddenly, a mouse. Then, a whole civilization running towards its inevitable destiny. Plastic waste has reached the point where not even the most distant beaches are safe.

VIVA ESPANA!

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Currently running in Indian cinemas, Alejandro Gonsalez Inarritu's Biutiful presents a gritty, grimy Barcelona  which is a far cry from the exquisitely beautiful city showcased by Woody Allen in "Vicky Cristiba Barcelona". But Barcelona is only one of several Spanish cities that Indian tourists can set their sights on thanks to Espana's sunny weather, natural beauty  and splendid culture (13 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 42 World Heritage cities !) Indian travellers w...

Córdoba short film fest winners

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Best shortPorque hay cosas que nunca se olvidan España 2008 Director: Lucas Figueroa Productora: LMF FILMS Guión: Lucas Figueroa D. Fotografía: Javier Palacios Elenco: Fabio Cannavaro, Amadeo Carboni, Nicolo Urbinati, Giulio Baldari, Victor Menegas, Tiziano Scarponi, Emiliana Olmedo. Sinopsis: Nápoles, 1950. Cuatro amigos de ocho años de edad juegan al fútbol en la calle. El balón con el que juegan cae tras las rejas de la casa de “la vieja mala”. Nunca más podrán jugar con ese bal...

Directory of Argentinean Film Festivals

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Below is the complete directory of all Argentinean Film Festivals for 2010, seperated by trimester organized by INCAA.  For more information on any of the festivals, visit www.incaa.gov.ar   -Melissa Evanko   First Trimester Festivals Dates Gualeguaychú Cine Estudio Multimedial 16-21 Feb. Pinamar Screen 6-13 March Shorts of Geniuses-Cinema of Neighbors- March to Nov.     ...

Ramon Rojas - Sueños de Chozas

Director: Maria Rosa Andreotti.
“I should be given the title of Summa Cum Laude bum”, states Ramon Rojas to camera in the first minutes of this documentary portrait shot in the streets of Buenos Aires by visual artist Maria Rosa Andreotti. Musician, street poet, bum by own choice, anarchist, Rojas is one of those urban characters so marginal to the system that is virtually invisible to a majority of society. “Ramón Rojas – Sueños de chozas” [“Ramón Rojas – Dreams of huts”] looks at the experience and outlook of a man whose culture is his haven and his value of survival. The documentary looks into Ramón’s paradoxes as well as at the decisions to which one may be driven, almost to the limit of losing the most intimate thing we have – the right to privacy, to fantasy and hence, to individual freedom, for all of which a home or a refuge is absolutely necessary. Re-discovered by Andreotti’s camera, Rojas is featured as an essential part of the current social and economic Argentine landscape.

NEWSLETTER N° 440: November 12, 2009

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.............WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 440: November 12, 2009 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor, Advertise on the sites. How to use FestivalExpress our new online submission suite for festivals and filmmakers. THE NEXT FESTIVAL DAILIES ON FEST21.COM AFI Fest, Fort Lauderdale, Cairo Fest, Festival d'Arra...

Animacor 09 awards

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V - Animation International Festival ran from 2 - 7 November in Cordoba | Spain Animacor'09 jury was composed by Juan Padrón, Arthur Qwak, Ricardo Ramón González y Jez Hall gave the following prizes Best feature film to Immigrants-L.A. Dolce Vita, from Gàbor Csupo; First short film award to Mei Ling, from Sthéphanie Lansaque and François Leroy; Second short film award to Madagascar, carnet de voyage, from Bastien Dubois Third short film award to Ex - E.T, from Beno...

12TH NY SEPHARDIC JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT NY PREMIERE FILM “NUBA OF GOLD AND LIGHT”

By Maria Esteves - March 5, 2008 The New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival (NYSJFF) 2008, Closing Night NY Premiere film NUBA OF GOLD AND LIGHT, directed by izza Genini, was held at the Center For Jewish History, Thursday, February 14, 7:30 PM. A special performance by recording artist Gerard Edery and Q&A session with director Izza Genini preceded the Closing Night Reception. Presented by the American Sephardi Federation/Sephardic House and Yeshiva University Museum; sponsored by New Y...

Israeli comedies add zest to Warsaw Jewish Motifs Fest

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In the past two years the subject matter of this festival concentrated heavily on themes of the Holocaust and Polish-Jewish relations. This year the program is of a spicier variety with a heavier than usual input of films from Israel. The big discovery and surprise so far has been a rib-tickling comedy from Israel entitled "Like a Fish Out of Water" (RT, 56 minutes) by 28 year old helmer Leon Pudovsky. The story centers on a freewheeling Argentine immigrant to Israel, a thoroughly unkosher Lat...

Sauras's Iberia aesthetic extasy, the Master strikes again

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Valladolid Festival, October 27 One might say that there are three kinds of musicals; (1) Hollywood MGM type musicals with a flimsy plot as an excuse for stringing together a bunch of hit songs and "production number", (2) filmed Broadway shows such as "Showboat" or "Westside Story", and (3) CARLOS SAURA MUSICALS, or, Serious Dance and Music as Pure Cinema. His latest such work, "IBERIA", a suite of flamenco and balletic dances, vocalizations (Canto Hondo), and instrumental recitals (piano, sma...

Le Grand Voyage", by Ismael Ferroukhi wins at Mar del Plata

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20TH EDITION OF THE MAR DEL PLATA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDSOFFICIAL JURY: The Jury presided by Román Gubern (university professor) and formed by Robert Lantos (canadian producer), Francisco Lombardi (peruvian director), Hugh Hudson (london producer, writer and director), Leonor Manso (argentinian actress), Ingeborga Dapkunaite (actress from Lituania) and Patrick Bauchau (belgian actor), granted the Golden Astor to “Le Grand Voyage”, film by Ismael Ferroukhi.THE UNOFFICIAL JURIES: F...
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