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Future of Festival Forum in ARS Film Festival in Katowice.

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Very exciting panel at the Forum in Katowice. Delegates (including your editor Bruno Chatelin) gathered from all over Europe in Katowice for 2 days of brainstorming, exchanges and keynotes. The event has been inspired by Jonathan Davis and led by Anita Skwara. Please come back for more news here.   ...

Anita Killi from Norway, director of "Angry Man", winner at Hiroshima 2010

In a statement issued by Toril Simonsen of the Norwegian Film Institute, Anita Killi said she had wanted to create a strong and aesthetic film about a difficult topic - domestic violence - for both children and adults.

Debut 2001

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The Ryerson Film Graduating Class Presents: Debut 2001 – three spectacular nights of 28 films and 42 filmmakers. Come and harvest the fruits of four very successful years of film studies. Toronto, Bloor Cinema, May 10-12, 7pm.

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Synopsis for Late Fragment

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   PRODUCED BY THE CANADIAN FILM CENTRE IN CO-PRODUCTION WITH THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA ,"LATE FRAGMENT" AN INTERACTIVE FILM BY DARYL CLO...

Indian treats at Florence River to River Fest

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Feature filmsHari Om by BharatbalaThe directorBharatbala, a filmmaker with a distinctive visual style, has produced innovating images of India throughout his entire career. Crossing the whole length and breadth of India and its rich cultural heritage, his films seem to capture the essence of the land, resulting in some of the most dynamic works to be rewarded at the Cannes and New York Film Festivals. Hari Om is the first of a series of stories from India that Bharatbala has envisioned to tell a...
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