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Murder in America: The Sarah Cherry Story is the real Law and Order

Another U.S. independent production gets recognized internationally. Former stand up comedian turned film producer Angelo Lazaro in association with Moonlake Films today announced that his crime documentary Murder in America: The Sarah Cherry Story has been acquired by the Crime Channel in Australia and New Zealand through Pineapple Media (Australia). The documentary will be broadcast on FOXTEL’S CI channel on April 17, 2010 at 8:30pm Sydney Time and 10:30pm in New Zealand. Murder in America, ...

The Global Film Village: Academy Slaps Hurt Locker Producer his invitations have been withdrawn

   based on a Getty Images photoby Marla LewinThe Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that Nicolas Chartier, has been denied attendance at the 82nd Academy Awards® as a penalty for violating Academy campaigning standards. If “The Hurt Locker” becomes the latest recipient of the Best Picture award at Sunday’s ceremonies, only three of the picture’s producers will be present for the celebration. The fourth of the film’s credited producers credentials...

French film in Australia, plenty to chew, mon vieux (old chap)

FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2010 AUSTRALIA – PREVIEW   Festival dates: Sydney: March 2 -21 Melbourne: March 4 – 21 Canberra: March 18 – 31 Brisbane: March 17 – 31 Perth: March 17 – 31 Adelaide: March 18 -31   PLENTY TO CHEW ON, MON VIEUX The French have a reputation and a tradition unmatched in globally successful cinema, except perhaps by Hollywood, and the 21st Alliance Française French Film Festival giv...

The DocPoint - Helsinki Documentary Film Festival programme

  Border Breaking and Provocation   The DocPoint - Helsinki Documentary Film Festival programme includes many films that deliberately use provocation to expose something that would otherwise remain hidden. The festival programme also features films dealing with immigration and cultural borders, as well as the Winners & Bestsellers series comprising the most successful documentaries of the festival circuit. DocPoint - Helsinki Documentary Film Festival will take place on t...

19th Annual 2010 New York Jewish Film Festival Official Lineup

By Maria Esteves - January 10, 2010 The 19th Annual 2010 New York Jewish Film Festival (NYJFF10) commences January 13-28, 2010, at the Walter Reade Theater. The festival presented by The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center, annually showcase world cinema that investigates, records, and celebrates the Jewish experience. This year's festival lineup includes over 20 features, documentaries, and shorts, along with panel discussions, gala receptions, and special events (Opening ...

Film Highlights of upcoming NYIIFVF next October

THE NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL "The Voice of Indie Film" October 22nd-29th, 2009Festival will feature the likes of Liam Neeson, Ed Asner, Vincent Pastore, Carmen Electra, Lydia Lunch, Regis Philbin, Danny Aiello, Lainie Kazan, Pat Cooper, Anthony Wong, John Lloyd Young, Jai Rodriguez, Bruce Vilanich, Eli Wallach, Russell Means, Talbot Perry Simons, Isaach de Bankolé and more. New Yorkers in need of an affordable yet satisfying indie film fix will be happy to hear...


Director: Specialborn Seyi Akanbi.
Awoye is a story that revolves around a once respected judge, Bogunjoko (Baroka), who commits murder and is to be brought to judgment by Jimmy (Taiwo Ibikunle), who this judge had once sentenced to prison over an offence committed by Bolaji (Morin Olaniyi), the son of Bogunjoko while Bolaji, Jimmy and some other friends of theirs were still in the university. The scenario costs Bolaji his life while Bogunjoko is set free.

Claw Award Winners (2007, Terror Film Festival)

  2007 CLAW AWARD WINNERS Excellence in the Craft of FILMMAKING Best Feature Film SIDE SHO Director, Mike D'Anna Producer, Paula Fox Best Director JOHN FAUST By Appointment Only Best Screenplay THE WISH Screenwriter, Christian Jude Grillo Best Horror Short Film RED HARVEST Director, Dylan Griffith Producer, Dylan Griffith Best Fantasy Short Film REGRET Director, Craig Sudac Producer, Craig Sudac Best Science Fiction Short Film ELECTRICAL SKELETAL...

Q&A With Melissa Montero

Melissa Montero, a New York documentary filmmaker and Hofstra graduate. Melissa Montero is a Latina filmmaker living in Queens, New York, of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian decent. She has co-produced and directed a non-broadcast promotional video/documentary on Casa Atabex Ache, a non-profit organization that does healing and transformation work for women of color. Melissa has also taught video production classes at the Grand Street Settlement After school Beacon Program where she produced and dir...


11th TDF: TRIBUTES AND SPOTLIGHTS (2/13/2009) 11th THESSALONIKI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL - Images of the 21st Century MARCH 13 – 22, 2009 TRIBUTES AND SPOTLIGHTS TRIBUTE: AFRICA The 11th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, within its goal of promoting social and political awareness, has chosen Africa as its main thematic tribute for its 11th edition. For the first time in Greece and the Balkans, African documentaries rel...

THE HOUSE OF Yeghishe Charents, (1897 - 1937) one of the greatest Armenian poets in KARS

On a quiet pedestrian street in KARS, is the run-down delapitaded house where Yeghishe Charents, (1897 - 1937) one of the greatest Armenian poets was born and lived.Both his primary and secondary schooling took place in KARS  His patriotic pleas to unite Armenians against  Stalinism ended him in prison, where he died at the age of 40.   His poetry reflects his love and revolt for ARMENIA, in the throes of  a turbulent period under Russian occupation. Yeghishe Charents...