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CRiterio Ambiental Film Fest (CRAFF) - International Environmental Film Festival in Costa Rica

CRAFF 2011 Second Edition - For seven days, from November 20th. until November 26th. 2011 (International Year of Forests), the festival will offer multiple film screenings as well as thematic forums and debates, encouraging a heterogeneous group of national and international guests: film producers and directors, and different experts on environmental topics, to expose and exchange their various points of view. 

Otmar speaks

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When interviewed on the red carpet about hosting the Golden Aruba Award minister of Aruba culture Otmar Oduber pointed out that Aruba depends on tourism for 70% of its economy and that these kinds of events (the international film festival) and Aruba's first ever upcoming fashion week..."we are going just stepping up two steps ahead and its fabulous."     ...

Bring Back the Smile to Thailand check the Phuket Film Festival

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Take Your Seat at the Phuket Film Festival June 4 – 13Thailand has recently undergone some traumatic events which lay heavy in the minds of its people. Lose of life and property damage in Bangkok was tragic. But things have returned to normal and it is time to Bring Back the Smile to Thailand. Tourism accounts for 6-7% of total GNP in this country which has slowed to a trickle in the past few months because of the Bangkok disturbances. But we need you to come back; tourists need to return to e...

Politics in Chad and Un Homme qui crie

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 Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, the director of Un Homme qui crie discusses the politics of Chad and how it affected the making of the film.   ...

Haroun discusses war and responsibility at Un Homme Qui Crie press conference Sunday

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Mahamet-Saleh Haroun and the cast of Un homme qui crie brought a sense of quiet pride and solemnity to the press conference following the In Competition film's screening Sunday morning. Director Haroun discussed the tension and danger involved in the making of his film set in modern-day Chad. Un homme qui crie follows the story of a father and son, while also shedding light on the current tumultuous state of Chad as well as many other countries in Black Africa. Haroun explained that he learned ...

The Aruba International Film Festival Thinks Green

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The Aruba International Film Festival is very excited about its plans to reduce the environmental footprint of its week-long event by adopting pro-environmental practices in its planning. The film industry, historically, has been at the forefront in raising critical issues for society, and current concerns about environmental threats from climate change and over-exploitation of resources are no exception. The AIFF acknowledges that climate change is an important issue, and recognizes that red...

Documenta Madrid 10 Official Selection

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A total of 87 unreleased films have been selected to participate in the Official Competitive Sections of Documenta Madrid 10, which will be celebrated from the 7th to the 16th of May.   The selected documentaries belong to 30 different nationalities; 33 of these films are Spanish productions. Some of the countries represented in the Oficial Section of Documenta Madrid 10 are: United States, France,Italy, Netherlands, United Kindom, Belgium, Denmark, Poland, Austria, Argentina...

This year's IFI Stranger Than Fiction is packed with more reality than ever

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  Space Tourists, Tigers, Wind Horses, Winnebagos, Dublin's Pyjama Girls and the Dalai Lama; this year's IFI Stranger Than Fiction documentary film festival is packed with more reality than ever 15th-18th April 2010 With twenty-two of the finest documentaries, including 19 premieres, this year's expanded IFI Stranger Than Fiction festival promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Launching the programme today Niall Macpherson, Festival Programmer said, ‘We're ...

Guadalajara Film Festival Notches 25 Years

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Love, betrayal, death, machismo - as neatly as these themes suit mariachi music, they flatter Latino cinema even more. Happily, there's room for both in Guadalajara, the birthplace of mariachi music, of the tequila that often fuels it and of Mexico's ultimate cinema showcase.   Scene from Rodrigo Garcia's Mother and Child.     For its 25th milepost, the Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara returns March 12 - 19, 2010 with a tally of 250 films. The venerable Festiv...

NUFF 2010 – call for entries

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The FN-Sambandet Youth Film Award Prize for the best international film at NUFF A Movie For a Better World The prize will go to a film that is directly or indirectly connected to the UN goals for change for democracy, poverty, human rights, environment, peace and conflict. The Nordic Youth Film Festival (NUFF) collaborates with UNA-Norway on this award because we think film in its form has an enormous power. Through this award we want to strengthen the voices of the young internation...

Recording artist Kenny Bobien sings "Father" at Dance Marathon For Haiti Relief

By Maria Esteves - February 17, 2010 Dance Marathon For Haiti Relief was held at the world-renowned Webster Hall Grand Ballroom, New York, on Sunday, February 7, 7:00pm-4:00am. Dancers were elated in the spirit as recording artist Kenny Bobien sang "Father."

Dawn Tallman sings "You are Why" at Dance Marathon For Haiti Relief

By Maria Esteves - February 17, 2010 Dance Marathon For Haiti Relief was held at the world-renowned Webster Hall Grand Ballroom, New York, on Sunday, February 7, 7:00pm - 4:00am. Dancers were elated in the spirit as recording artist Dawn Tallman sang "You are Why."

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