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Les tables rondes du Festival de Cinéma Africain de Cordoue

 Première journée de tables rondes au FCAT Espacio Profesional (Espace Professionnels)   Date: 15/10/12 Lieu: Casa Árabe (9, Rue Samuel de los Santos Gener, Cordoba) Heure: 10.30 – 12.00 Présentation ‘La femme au cœur du cinéma africain’ 12.15 – 14.00 ...

Palmarès du European Spiritual Award

BEST FICTION - MEILLEURE FICTIONSoul Boy by Hawa Essuman Tom Tykwer - Supervising Director (60m, Germany/Kenya)BEST EUROPEAN FILM - MEILLEUR FILM EUROPÉENWalking on sound by Jacques Debs (80m, France, Iceland)BEST SHORT FILMS - MEILLEUR COURT MÉTRAGEEnfant de Yak by Christophe Boula (26m, France)BEST ANIMATION - MEILLEURE ANIMATIONMei Ling by Francois Leroy, Stephanie Lansaque (15m, France)BEST DOCUMENTARY - MEILLEUR DOCUMENTAIRELa Traversée du Zanskar by Frédérick Marx (89m, USA)BEST PLANE...

Imaging the Future au festival du film fantastique de Neuchâtel

Le jeudi 8 juillet, en marge du festival du film fantastique de Neuchâtel, dans le cadre du symposium Imaging the Future, plusieurs conférences, discussions et projections sont consacrées à la production et à l’esthétique des effets visuels filmiques. Une occasion d’approfondir vos connaissances de ce domaine important de la création filmique contemporaine avec des professionnels internationaux. Programme 09.45 : THE WETA TOUCH: DESIGNING AVATAR AND DISTRICT 9 Stereo Compositin...

les prix du European Spiritual Film Festival

La soirée de clôture, remise des prix et projection des films primés s'est tenue à Paris, au «Comptoir Général». Les membres du Jury et invités ont remis les prix pour chaque catégorie :      La soirée de clôture, remise des prix et projection des films primés s’est tenue le samedi 28 mars 2010 à Paris, au «Comptoir Général». Les membres du Jury et invités o...

Palmarès du European Spiritual Film Festival

 Le 28 mars 2010 des personnalités du monde du cinéma et dela spiritualité ont remis  les prix pour récompenser les meilleurs films 2010 de chaque catégorie : JérômeSoubeyrand, Tenzin Kunchap, Sacha Bourdo, Hichem Yacoubi, Chau Belle dinh, PhilippeMaynial, Yves Deschamps...PALMARES OF THE EUROPEAN SPIRITUAL FILM FESTIVAL 2010PALMARES 2010 BEST SPIRITUAL FICTION FILMMilarepa by Neten Chokling(90mn, BuBEST EUROPEAN SPIRITUAL FILMSunday is the Day by JoeriVlekken(52mn, Belgium)BEST SP...

l'European Spiritual Film Festival devient un lieu de rencontre et de découverte

LE PROGRAMME Samedi 27 mars : Salle 1 : 14H00/20H00 Exposition livres sur la spiritualité, DVDs... Salle 1 : 14H00/16H00 Projection du film "CITYOF THE DAWN" de Christopher Buhrman (80 mn), suivie d'une conférence sur le même sujet : Auroville, lafameuse ville expérimentale située en Inde où il n'y a ni nationalité, ni religion, nipolitique.Salle 2 : 16H30/18h00 (R)EVOLUTION de Mustafa Zaveri - Inde, 2007 - 79 mn(fiction)Salle 2 : 18H30/19H30LA ROUTE DE LA NON VIOLENCE de Emma B...


Director: Susan Everett.
“Hello Mum. My name’s Alison. Born on the sixth of June, twenty eight years ago. But you know that already, don’t you?” Grieving the death of her adoptive mother, Alison tries to track down her natural mother to find a replacement ‘mum’. She sends out a videotape as an introduction.

LIDF - The London International Documentary Festival

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Since 2007 the LIDF has worked to ensure that London is host to exciting, diverse, challenging and inspiring films from every corner of the world. The LIDF is committed to providing a platform for international documentaries and their directors. It does this by working with globally recognised partners and venues, such as the British Museum, the Barbican Centre, and the Royal Society of the Arts on a year-round programme of screenings and other events that includes the 10-day London International Documentary Festival.

The LIDF’s ongoing commitment to what it calls ‘Conversations in Film’ creates a unique kind of film festival. The films within LIDF are the starting point for a series of programmed ‘conversations’ – panel discussions and workshops – that bring diverse audiences together to go beyond the films themselves in order to engage with social, cultural and political issues in the company of policy makers, academics, journalists and other cultural commentators

Having celebrated its third year the LIDF is now looking forward to working with new partners and presenting another feast of film and debate in April / May 2010.


Director: Krisztina GODA.


Gábor is an office cleaner. Wearing overalls and a baseball hat, he seems insignificant. Working on the night shift, Gábor rarely has any contact with his employers, yet he learns everything about them by thoroughly analyzing their garbage. Since he is almost invisible, nobody suspects that Gábor is, in fact, a con man who carefully chooses his victims by the trash they leave behind. His targets are mostly disillusioned, lonely women. In a few months he destroys all their romantic illusions by taking all their savings. Having an unusually high IQ and an ability to assume various personalities, Gábor is an expert in manipulation. When he gets a job at a psychologist's office, Gábor meets Hanna, an injured dancer who happens to be the daughter of a millionaire. Insecure and vulnerable, Hanna seems to be the perfect victim. Gábor pretends to be a doctor who can cure her body and her soul, an irresistible offer for a desperate woman. Everything goes according to plan until Gábor falls in love with Hanna and has to make a hard decision between her and the money.

NICE-Festival: The Nordic Art & Culture Festival

NICE-Festival is a combined arts festival celebrating Nordic art and culture based in the North West of England, taking place from 19th November until 3rd December 2009, and subsequently every year within a similar time frame.

Our primary focus is to provide a showcase for contemporary Nordic art and culture through a series of events carried out in conjunction with the main cultural centers in the North West. NICE is setting the scene for long term collaborations, exchanges, cultural and economic development between the North West and the Nordic countries.

The NICE-Festival film programme will include a selection of feature film premieres, animations, documentaries, shorts, and artist film & video, taking place at FACT, Novas Contemporary Urban Centre, and other venues across Liverpool City Centre. Films featured will come from across the Nordic countries – Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden - to premiere in the North West, many of which will never have been seen in the UK before.

As well as working with our partner venues, NICE will be collaborating on a unique event with Liverpool’s LGBTI film festival, Outsiders, and is proud to be working with the Finnish Film Foundation, AV-Arkki, the Icelandic Film Centre, the Estonian Film Foundation and the Swedish Film Institute. On top of this, NICE-Festival welcomes submissions of short films to be part of the festival's moving image programme: films will be selected to screen as part of a shorts programme at Novas Contemporary Urban Centre and / or before our feature films at FACT.

On top of this, NICE-Festival welcomes submissions of short films to be part of the festival's moving image programme: films will be selected to screen as part of a shorts programme at Novas Contemporary Urban Centre and / or before our feature films at FACT.

NICE-Festival accepts all genres and types of moving image works - narrative and artist video, live action and animation, fiction and documentary. Entries can be shot or created on any format, but must be available to be screened on the formats specified below. Films must be produced within the following countries, or must be co-produced between the UK and the following countries: Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

Contact Film Programme Director for details.

From Page To Screen

The only festival investigating and celebrating the relationship between books and film, From Page To Screen is an annual event created by the Bridport Arts Centre in West Dorset, England.

Following on the 35 year heritage of the Bridport Prize for short stories and poetry, From Page To Screen has just announced its second festival for April 2010. 

exposures: New talent in moving images

exposures: new talent in moving image the UK’s largest festival of student image work, which takes place every year in Manchester. It offers a host of opportunities to watch new work by promising talents, network with fellow filmmakers and learn more about the industry from renowned professionals.

Cannes :La sélection de la Cinéfondation et la compétition des courts métrages

La sélection de la Cinéfondation et la compétition des courts métragesLa Cinéfondation, inaugurée en 1998, a successivement développé trois niveaux d’intervention complémentaires pour accompagner le travail de la « relève » du cinéma international :- la Sélection de la Cinéfondation, qui présente des films d’écoles de cinéma, dans le cadre de la Sélection officielle, - la Résidence de la Cinéfondation, structure accueillant chaque année à Paris douze jeunes réalisateu...


11th TDF: AWARDS - EMPARGO 21.00 CET, SATURDAY MARCH 22 AUDIENCE AWARDS Sponsored by the Hellenic Red Cross The Hellenic Red Cross Audience Award for a film over 45’ in the International Selection, accompanied by Euros 4,000, goes to: BURMA VJ - REPORTING FROM A CLOSED COUNTRY (BURMA VJ - REPORTER I ET LUKKET LAND) by Anders Hosbro Ostergaard, Denmark, 2008 The Hellenic Red Cross Audience Award for a film under 45’ in the International Selection, accompanied by Euros 2,000...

Dark Spirits

Director: Huck Keppler.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS: When Eva sees her sister’s murder in a dream she tries to warn her. But it’s not enough and her sister, Tereza, is brutally and mysteriously murdered. Wracked by guilt over the death Eva has visions of Tereza. After moving to Prague with her boyfriend Jan, the visions become more intense until another presence is felt, the Dark Spirit responsible for Tereza’s death has come for Eva.

Zombie Office

Director: Johan A Kruger.

A black comedy that explores an accountant's reaction to his new Dominatrix Boss and the methods she employs to keep all her desk bound office zombies in line. His morals and sanity are pushed beyond breaking point.


Jacob - Jonathan Baker
Demon Dom - Sara Dee
Cheryl - Nikki Michelle Chowen
Jerry / Zombie 1 - geoffrey troth
Receptionist / Scissor Zombie - Ice Wilderose
Dom's Pet - Angela Dee
Stephen - Craig Hamblyn
Salesman 1 / Zombie 2 - Yazid Eid
Salesman 2 / Zombie 3 - Mac Laubscher
TEMP - Tabatha St. Vincent
Diva Zombie - Juliana Reed
Stapler Zombie / Zombie6 - Christopher Davies
Mail Lady - Teresa Garratty
Juggling Zombie /Zombie5 - Oihana Garde
Zombie 7 - Michaelle St. Vincent
Zombie 8 - Derek Elmore
Zombie 9 - Elizabeth Bloom
Zombie 10 - Michael Wooller
Zombie 11 - Victoria Jane Oliver
Zombie 12 - Cullum Austin
Zombie 13 - Sarah Jane O'Neill
Zombie 14 - Gil Martin
Zombie 15 - Lulu Elliot
Zombie 16 - Karen Kangro Crew
Writer / Director - Johan Kruger
Director of photography - Joel Chu
Assistant Director - Angela Dee
2ND A.D - Karen Kangro

Producer - Johan Kruger
Associate Producer - Joel Chu
Assistant Producer - Angela Dee

Production Assistant - Steve Outram
Sound - Andres Montaña Duret
Secondary unit sound - Kota Iso
Boom - Chris Presswell
Key Grip - Gil Martin
Runner - Sarah Kok, Sarah Pemberton

Artistic Director - Lulu Elliot
Lead Make-up - Robb Crafer & Alexandra Chalk
Make-up - Emma Bifield

Location Scout (Zombie Lair) - Lullu Elliot

Original Score & Sound Design - Martin Pavey
Editor - Johan A Kruger
Stills Photography - Kaido Kurrue

Casting; Johan A Kruger, Cobi Siminovitch, Angela Dee

Location - London Kings Cross & High Barnet

Film & Lighting equipment - ETC Films

Bila Hudoud

Director: Nassim Abassi.
Yussra is young Moroccan woman who works as a fitness trainer in a sports center in Mohammedia. After having many disappointments with men, she finally meets someone new, Tarik, who seems to be really in love with her and wants to marry her. She doesn't know that Tarik has hidden from her his past as a drug trafficker. Soon his past catches up with him and Yussra's life is completely shattered

The 10 Second Film Festival

You have the worlds attention for 10 seconds! What will you say? The best 10 sec films from around the world

Betting On Shorts: More Than A Eurovision Of Shortfilm

We invite international filmmakers to submit shorts of up to 10min on the theme “Control”. Shortlisted films are screened simultaneously in 10 countries in Europe and beyond. European & regional jury awards
Deadline is 1 July 2009!

Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival 2011

We are seeking films for our 2011 festival. A vibrant and exciting event for all those with an interest in the mountains, outdoor pursuits and adventure films. £250 prize for Best Film Award, £150 for Best Climbing Film Award - and no submission fee!


W.R.A.P. is a new monthly night at the Rhythm Factory nightclub for filmmakers, actors/actresses, artists, musicians and anybody with an opinion on the British Arts scene. Bring your CV – you never know who you might meet!

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Two Short Nights

Two days of screenings, workshops, competitions and events. Two Short Nights short film festival will showcase some of the most exciting and diverse short films from the UK and abroad.


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