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Cnema in motion 8 Awards

  Participants at the 8th edition of Cinema in Motion have decided to grant their awards to two films: LE VEAU D’OR (THE GOLDEN CALF), France – Morocco Will receive the following: €15000 contribution towards sound mixing work at Mactari in Paris A 35mm print without subtitles from Festival International du Film d’Amiens or a participation on the cost of a DCP A 35mm print without subtitles from Festival International de Films de Fribourg or...

Interview with the make up artist Manlio Rocchetti and the dubber Rodolofo Bianchi

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  http://www.ecufilmfestival.com/?p=10005 Accademia Nazionale del Cinema: the tricks of the trade of an Oscar Prize and a King of dubbers. Last month ÉCU on the road, made a stop in Bologna, at the Accademia Nazionale del Cinema, for a double screening! The Accademia hosts five courses attended by students from over 60 Italian cities. The original mission, namely to educate and prepare students in order for them to be able to understand, confront and successfully overcome th...

San Sebastian Cinema in Motion Awards

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Participants at the 7th edition of Cinema in Motion have decided to grant their awards to two films:THE LAST FRIDAY, director Yahya Alabdallah (Jordan)Will receive the following:• 5.000 € in aid towards the post-production in France from the CNC (Centre National du Cinéma et de l’Image Animée)• 15.000 € contribution towards sound mixing work at Mac’Tari in Paris• 2.500 € to subtitling in French or English from Titra TVS• A 35mm print without subtitles from Festival Internatio...

Francophonie Film Festival

The Francophonie Film Festival will take place in Beijing from March 4 to March 30, 2010.

The festival will present 30 films from various members: France, Senegal, Switzerland, Quebec, Serbia, Vietnam, Tunisia, Belgium etc...

A large selection of feature films and shorts films, recent or older and popular films will be shown to the Chinese audience to let them discover the eclectic worlds of la Francophonie.

Each film will be screened in Beijing, once in the French cultural center and once in the Canadian International School of Beijing (with more than 350 seats), in their original version with Chinese subtitles. Some of them will also have French or English subtitles.

A delegation of directors and artists will be travelling to Beijing to introduce their movies, conduct master classes and meet the press:
From Tunis, Férid Boughedir with ‘’A summer in la Goulette’’
From Belgium, Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar with ‘’A town called panic'' (special screening Cannes film festival 2009)
From Senegal, Mansour Sora wade with ''The price of forgiveness''



OIF is an organisation that gathers countries and regions around the French language and/or the same values (cultural diversity, peace, democratic governance, consolidation of the State under the rule of law, environmental protection). It includes more than 56 members and about 14 observer countries, 870 millions people in all 5 continents in total.

The name of the festival, 法话影展, was created to underline that French is the main or second language of the countries showcasing their films.

A competition is organised on http://ent.cri.cn during the whole festival. The audience can vote on line for the best film of the festival. The best film will be shown one more time on March 29, at the French Cultural center.

The film festival is financed by TV5 World Asia, Sinohydro, the French Embassy in China, the Canadian Embassy in China, the Québec Bureau in China, the Wallonia – Brussels Delegation in China, and supported by the International Organisation of la Francophonie, and the Francophone embassies in China.


Feature films :

Austria: Hold up, by Florian Flicker, comedy, crime, 85min
Belgium: A town called panic, by Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar, animation, 75min
Benin: The valse of the big bottoms, by Jean Odoutan, drama, 88min
Bulgaria: Monkeys in winter, by Milena Andonova, drama, 111min
Canada: Sticky fingers, by Ken Scott, comedy, 180 min
Cyprius: Akamas, by Panikos Chrisanthou, drama, 124 min
Croatia: Slow days, by Matija Klukovic, drama, 102min
France: Cartagena, by Alain Monne, with Sophie Marceau and Christophe Lambert, drama, 93min
Greece: Dying in Athens, by Nikos Panayotopoulos, drama, musical, 100min
Hungaria: SOS Love, by Tamás Sas, comedy, 96min
Luxembourg: Réfractaire, by Nicolas Steil, drama, 100min
Québec: Necessities of life, by Benoît Pilon, drama, 102min
Czech republic: Mazany Filip, by Václav Marhoul, comedy, crime, 95min
Roumania: Americain fiancees, by Nicolae Margineanu, drama, 80min
Serbia: Technotise-Edit and I, by Aleksa Gajic, animation, 100min
Senegal: The price of forgiveness, by Mansour Sora Wade, drama, 2001, 90min  
Switzerland: Home, by Ursula Meier, drama, 98min
Tunisia: A summer in la Goulette, by Férid Boughedir, drama, 100min
Vietnam: Vertige, by Chuyên Bui Thac, drama, 2009, 110min  


Short films:
Belgium:Slow Motion, by Pascal Adant, animation, 6 min
KWIZ, by Renaud Callebaut, 5min50
Bulgaria: Cirque Sofia, by Pencho Kunchev, animation, 4 min28s
Canada: The necktie, by Jean-François Lévesque, animation, 12min
Diner for two, animation, 7min
Slepping Betty, de Oliver Jones, animation, 09 min
Black soul, de Oliver Jones, animation, 09 min
France: Oktapodi, de Julien BOCABEILLE, François-Xavier CHANIOUX, Olivier DELABARRE,
Thierry MARCHAND, Quentin MARMIER, Emud MOKHBERI, 2min25s.
Même les pigeons vont au paradis, de Samuel Tourneux, 8min40s.
Niger : La course au cadeau, by Marc AYEE, animation,19min




Informations :
All screenings are free and on a first come first seated basis.
Doors will open 30minutes before each screening.
No advance registration.
Please note the specific security requirements for each location :

•    Canadian International School of Beijing (28 Liangmaqiao Lu)
350 places
For more informations : www.cisb.com.cn
A passport or Id will be required to enter.

•    French cultural center (18, Gongti xi lu)   
81 places
For more informations : http://www.ccfpekin.org/

Movie, Film And Video Voiceover Actors Now Available at Voice123.com

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Voice123 (http://voice123.com), the largest voice over marketplace where voice over talents promote their voice services and voice talent seekers find the best voices for their projects, extends it voiceover talent pool to promote the talent of professional voice over actors for movies, films and videos.Producers and directors of movies, films, and videos are in constant need of high quality voiceovers for their projects. Voice123 becomes the primary source of professional voices for all the voi...

New European Film-Event in Berlin, Madrid, London from EFP

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What does a Spanish box office hit look like? Which of their films are the Finnish most crazy about? Why are French films so successful? Spring 2007 sees 10 to 15 national audience successes from various European countries presented on the silk screen in Berlin, Madrid und London at EFP’s new film-event Picture Europe! The Best of European Cinema. This pan-European event is being organized by European Film Promotion (EFP) in cooperation with selected cinemas in the three metropolises:Madrid: 1...

Picture Europe! Launching the Best of European Cinema 2007

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In an effort to encourage new audiences and to cultivate those already devoted to European films, the members of European Film Promotion (EFP) have developed a new project to have quality European films screened in selected cities of Europe. In spring 2007, under the title, Picture Europe! The Best of European Cinema, EFP will organize a screening series highlighting national box office hits from all over Europe.According to EFP President, Claudia Landsberger, “Not enough effort and investment...

Conference on dubbing and translating regional issues

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On the 17th and 18th of September, the Paroniana Library, Rieti will host the International Conference Translating Voices, Translating Regions. The conference will deal with two themes: Translating Regionalised Literature: theory, practice, case-studies and Dubbing: Meta-language of European Cinema and Audiovisuals, within the perspective of a development in support of the circulation of European cinema and audiovisuals. Directed and organised by Federico Federici of the French Department, Unive...

Language localisation global network

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TM SYSTEMS, developers of the Emmy® Award Winning language localization software, offering the industry’s only “end to end” language transcription, translation, dubbing, subtitling, quality control and closed captioning system has announced the formation of its new “Global Language Network”, comprised of some of the world’s leading translation, dubbing and subtitling facilities, all “powered” by the unique, proprietary localization software. “The Kitchen, a Miami-based operati...

FFEG office

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FFEG office was in the midst of the Palais, located in the media area, hosted our production, shooting, editing, dubbing and transfer services, aswell as online editing of our our cannes dedicated website. Watch the crowd, the space and the passion....

6th week of strike with Italian dubbers

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AIDAC - Italian Association of Audiovisual Script Translators and Adaptors Italian dubbing actors, directors, assistants and dialogue writers are intering into their 6th week strike in a fight to achieve working conditions that will allow them to improve both their performances and the quality of dubbed films and TV fiction.The expired 5-year-old national agreement has up to now rarely been respected by dubbing companies which – after an extenuating 8-months discussion with the Unions – stil...

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