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Titanic International Film Festival awards

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The awarded films of the 18th Titanic International Film Festival were announced at the festival's closing gala on 16th April. In his closing speech festival director György Horváth recalled the serious financial problems that the 18th Titanic International Film Festival had to cope with due the denial of government grants, told some anecdotes about the work of the crew, thanked all the sponsors and the enthusiastic audience for their hel p and promised that the organizers will make every...

She Monkeys wins Dragon Award Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

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  She Monkeys This year's winner of the Dragon Award Best Nordic Film is She Monkeys, directed by Lisa Aschan. The prize is one million SEK as of this year. The Ingmar Bergman International Debut Award goes to the American film Blue Valentine, directed by Derek Cianfrance. Another eight awards were handed out at Göteborg International Film Festival's Dragon Award Gala on Saturday night. Lisa Aschan's feature debut She Monkeys received this year's Dragon Award Best Nordic Film. ...

CineMart 2011 presents 33 film projects

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CineMart, the International Film Festival Rotterdam’s co-production market has selected 33 film projects (from 434 entries) which will be presented to approximately 850 possible co-financiers. These include projects from renowned filmmakers such as Jan Švankmajer, Carlos Reygadas, Alex van Warmerdam, Andrei Zvyagintsev and Sergei Loznitza. Furthermore, the selection consists of feature film debuts, films by competition filmmakers from preceding IFFR editions, films that received Hubert Bals F...

One week to go to Bergman week at Fårö

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The 7th edition of the Bergman Week starts June 29 on Fårö. The Masterclass with Liv Ullmann and screenings in Bergman's private cinema on the island have generated great interest. But with one week to go until the Bergman Weeks kicks off there are still tickets available. Among the new additions featured this year is the cooperation with The Bergman Estates, which has resulted in a number of joint events within the framework of the Bergman Week. The Bergman Lecture will be the first in ...

Netherlands Film Festival introduces Dutch Angle

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This year the Netherlands Film Festival will spotlight a series of films, by talented and innovative Dutch authors, that have been selected for some of the leading international festivals but which remain relatively unknown among domestic audiences. The filmmakers featured within the Dutch Angle programme are Nanouk Leopold, Mijke de Jong, Simone van Dusseldorp, Eugenie Jansen, Esther Rots, David Verbeek, David Lammers and Fow Pyng Hu. They will present their work during the festiv...

Netherlands Film Festival introduces Dutch Angle

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This year the Netherlands Film Festival will spotlight a series of films, by talented and innovative Dutch authors, that have been selected for some of the leading international festivals but which remain relatively unknown among domestic audiences. The filmmakers featured within the Dutch Angle programme are Nanouk Leopold, Mijke de Jong, Simone van Dusseldorp, Eugenie Jansen, Esther Rots, David Verbeek, David Lammers and Fow Pyng Hu. They will present their work during the festival.To compleme...

European Film Talents Shine At San Francisco Film Festival

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At mid point of the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival, the oldest in North America, films from European directors have been making the most impact. With its cosmopolitan air and its distinctive European ex-pat communities, San Francisco is not only a destination for European artists but also a place to sample the best of the new European cinema. Most of the European films on display are congregated in the World Cinema section. Among the highlights from European talents: BULLET IN TH...

European Film Talents Shine At San Francisco Film Festival

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 TROUBLED WATER  At mid point of the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival, the oldest in North America, films from European directors have been making the most impact. With its cosmopolitan air and its distinctive European ex-pat communities, San Francisco is not only a destination for European artists but also a place to sample the best of the new European cinema. Most of the European films on display are congregated in the World Cinema section. ...

The New European Auteurs At NDNF

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New Directors New Films, an annual rite of spring in New York film circles, provides the armchair traveler with a delicious and intoxicating journey through world cinema. While the series is certainly international in scope, new films from Europe provide the cream in the coffee for ambitious filmgoers. This year, new European auteur directors are making a strong impression on New York film critics and industry reps.The themes and styles of the films are decidedly different. In CAN GO THROUGH SKI...

The New European Auteurs At NDNF

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UNMADE UNMADE BEDS (United Kingdom)  Wednesday, 2 April----New Directors New Films, an annual rite of spring in New York film circles, provides the armchair traveler with a delicious and intoxicating journey through world cinema. While the series is certainly international in scope, new films from Europe provide the cream in the coffee for ambitious filmgoers. This year, new European auteur directors are making a strong impression on New York film critics and industry reps. The ...

SFIFF52 New Directors Competition Films

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The 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 23 - May 7) will award over $100,000 in total prizes this year. The New Directors Prize of $15,000 is given to a narrative first feature that exhibits a unique artistic sensibility and deserves to be seen by as wide an audience as possible. An independent jury will select the New Directors Prize winner, to be announced at the Golden Gate Awards on May 6.SFIFF52 New Directors Competition Films:Autumn directed by Özcan Alper, Turkey 2008In...

Program of Berlinale Forum

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The 39th Forum of the Berlinale will be showing a total of 48 films from 31 countries.The selection will take festival-goers around the world - not so much in terms of the number of countries represented, but rather in the abundant connections to be discovered between the films, their often shared concerns and kindred worldviews, as well as their contradictions and mirror images. Eleven films are debuts, 25 world premieres, and twelve international premieres.This lineup includes a diverse sample...
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