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: Film & Festival News, exploring the best of the film festivals community.  

Launched in 1995, relentlessly connecting films to festivals, documenting and promoting festivals worldwide.

Working on an upgrade soon.

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

User login

|FRENCH VERSION|

RSS Feeds 

Martin Scorsese Masterclass in Cannes

 

Filmfestivals.com services and offers

 

IdC

Video Interview with Gabriella Hamori - The Exam

user
Interview from Montreal FFM   A Vertigo Media presentation of a Vertigo Media, Unio Film, Hungarian Television production. (International sales: Hungarian National Film Fund, Budapest.) Produced by Istvan Bodzsar. Directed by Peter Bergendy. Screenplay, Norbert Kobli. Péter Bergendy. Hungary. 2012. 89mins  The reliability of an inscrutable Hungarian National Security officer is put to the test in post-1956 Budapest in "The Exam,&...

DELPHIC ART MOVIE AWARD 2011, Berlin, March 9 - 13, register now, submission deadline: February, 20th

The contest for the Delphic Art Movie Award shows short documentaries about the fascination of arts and culture.

DELPHIC ART MOVIE AWARD

Berlin / Germany: March 9th to 13th, 2011

Contest for documentary short films about artistic achievements (max. duration: 10 min)

The films should be intended to document, to inform, to inspire and to encourage the enthusiasm and understanding of art. Every artistic field is included, from the contemporary avant-garde to the preservation of traditions and the cultural heritage. Also welcome are short versions of older full length documentaries!

We're looking for documentaries of art and artists, which may include artistic elements. Currently we are not looking for films in the sense of video art or self-expression by artists.

Register now   -   No Entry Fee

Submission Deadline: DVD’s can be sent in until February 20th, 2011, to the IDC Head Office Berlin

For further information, the contest announcement and the registration form see:

http://www.delphic.org/art-movie-award

Cultural diversity is one of the most valuable results of human existence. It is an inexhaustible source of innovation and development. Intercultural dialogue largely contributes to the preservation and advancement of cultural diversity and the peaceful coexistence of peoples. Art, the most impressive manifestation of culture, has always furthered mutual understanding and respect across borders. For this reason the International Delphic Council has initiated the international contest for documentary short films called DELPHIC ART MOVIE AWARD.

Show the Power of Art – Develop the Intercultural Dialogue!

What makes art fascinating?

Which artistic achievements have coined the culture of a country in the last 10 years?

What do national identity and tradition mean to contemporary art?

How can enthusiasm for art be conveyed to an uninvolved audience?

Answers to these questions are expected from the contest contributions of the DELPHIC ART MOVIE AWARD 2011. 

The nominated films will be shown to the public at the ITB. The award ceremony will take place at the “Palais am Funkturm” during the final show of the ITB Berlin 2011 on March 13th.

www.delphic-art-movie-award.com

Delphic Art Movie Award

International Delphic Council / Head Office

Berliner Str. 19 A

D-13189 Berlin

Germany

Tel.: (+49) 30 / 47 300 171

Fax: (+49) 30 / 47 300 173

tyllack@delphic.org 

Bio:Fiction Science, Art and Filmfestival, Vienna

The 1st Bio:Fiction Science, Art & Filmfestival aims at attracting public awareness to synthetic biology and its ramifications for our daily life in the future.

 

Synthetic biology is the design and construction of new biological systems not found in nature. Synthetic biology aims at creating new forms of life for practical purposes. By applying engineering principles to biology scientists will be able to design life forms much different from breeding or traditional genetic engineering.

 

We want to encourage filmmakers to share their cinematic visions of a present or future society shaped by synthetic biology. What is your view on a world living with synthetic life forms? Your approach is up to you - the filmmaker, scientists or artist - the entries can be on science, fiction, or science fiction. We welcome regular short film, animation or documentary film. The main criteria is that synthetic biology has to be reflected somehow in the work, but how you do it is up to you.

 

Prizes will be awarded in the following categories:

 

Bio:Fiction Award – Short Fiction

Bio:Fiction Award – Documentary Film

Bio:Fiction Award - Animation

Online-Audience Award

Special Award of the Jury

(the prize money in each category will be announced soon)

 

On http://www.bio-fiction.com you will find more useful and inspiring information on synthetic biology, the entry form and the regulations of the filmfestival.

The nominated films will be presented in public at the festival event in Vienna, Austria, in May 2011. Finally, a Bio:Fiction Award ceremony will build the highlight of the festival.

 

The deadline for film entries is  the 15th of July 2010

There is no entry fee for submitting films.

 

http://www.bio-fiction.com

 

Best wishes,

the Bio:Fiction team

 

Markus Schmidt

Albert Beckmann

Camillo Meinhart

30 th Durban International Film Festival attendance soaring

user
Attendance increased significantly at the 30 th edition of the Durban International Film Festival, reports Peter Rorvik, Director of the festival and the Centre for Creative Arts. “Attendance figures were up this year with over 22, 471 at the 280 festival film screenings, representing almost 5,500 more than in 2008, despite there being 26 less screenings this year. Workshop and seminar attendances were also up with 1650 film enthusiasts attending 38 seminars and workshops, indicating a great l...

The Rio Film Festival is Latin America's largest event

user
The Rio Film Festival is Latin America's largest event of its kind, and is one of the largest venues for world cinema. During the fifteen days of the festival, producers, sales agents, broadcasters, and many other audio-visual professionals come from all over the world to participate. Last year, the Festival screened more than 436 films and thousands of spectators packed the Festival's theaters to see the best films from Brazil and abroad. The event, over the course of fifteen days, is attended...

Digital Living Room® Where Silicon Valley and Hollywood Intersect...

user
Digital Living Room® addresses the technologies and services that are transforming the living room into a digital hub.2 day event December 5-6, 2005Crowne Plaza Foster City, CA Attend the DIGITAL LIVING ROOM® and Venture Forum Business Summit which addresses the technologies and services competing to transform the living room into a digital hub.This thought leader summit attracting hundreds of executives and investors will feature the business leaders, journalists and analysts defining consume...
gersbach.net