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Fantosporto (25th) final line up will hit big in Portugal

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FINAL LINE UP FOR FANTASPORTO’200525 YEARS OF FESTIVALThe Oporto International Film Festival, or Fantasporto, as it is better known, is the biggest and most prestigious film event in Portugal and it is spreading its wings internationally. To commemorate the 25th Anniversary next February 2005, the festival is going to bring to Oporto some of its winners, some well known faces of the cinema of today as well as their films. Already confirmed are the presences of Guilherme del Toro, the Mexican ...

14 selected for Rotterdam's VPRO Tiger Awards

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Fourteen films selected for Rotterdam's VPRO Tiger Awards CompetitionThe International Film Festival Rotterdam has selected fourteen films for the VPRO Tiger Awards Competition of its 34th edition which will open next January 26. The Competition line up counts four world premieres, four international premieres and four European premieres. Three titles were supported by the IFFR's Hubert Bals Fund and one title was previously selected as CineMart Project. Three competition titles have been acquir...

DOCVIEW Helsinki Documentary Film Festival

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DOCVIEW PRESENTS DOCUMENTARY FILMS FROM THE GULF OF FINLAND REGIONDOCview, a new feature of the DocPoint - Helsinki documentary film festival, focuses on film culture and filmmakers from the Gulf of Finland region. DOCview includes the DOCview Videotheque and the DOCview Programme. The videotheque is targeted at international distributors and commissioning editors, as well as other professional audiences. The programme offers festival-goers a chance to see the gems of this year's selection. The ...

47 film projects selected for CineMart 2005 in Rotterdam

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34th International Film Festival RotterdamJanuary 26 - February 6, 2005Forty-seven film projects have been selected for the 22nd CineMart, the first and largest co-production market worldwide, to be held January 30 - February 3, 2005 as part of the 34th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam.CineMart director Ido Abram: 'The record number of 539 entries provided us with a good overview of the current, very lively market situation for small and medium budget films. The overall high ...

Berlin Today Awards will select from 174 digital film entries

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Following Berlin Talent Campus 2004, a total of 174 filmmakers from 47 countries have submitted their entries for the Berlin Today Award 2005. As this year's Berlin Today Award (BTA) films travel from film festival to film festival for screening to audiences and filmmakers around the world, the three new films which will compete for the 2005 award to be announced on February 16, 2005 during the Berlinale Talent Campus are in the middle of postproduction. With the support of the Medienboard Berli...

Nordic Film Days Lübeck awards

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46. Nordische Filmtage Lübeck / 46th Nordic Film Days LübeckNovember 7, 2004Eight prizes and a number of Special Mentions were awarded at the 46th Nordic Film Days Lübeck, which attracted 18,000 viewers during the three-and-a-half day festival from November 4th to 7th, 2004. The top award, the NDR Promotion Prize endowed with 12,500 euros and bought for broadcast by the NDR television station, went to the black-and-white, very black comedy ILLUSIVE TRACKS / SKENBART, directed by Peter Dalle f...

Berlinale adding World Cinema Fund

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Abetted by his creative staff Dieter Kosslick is adding another initative to Berlin’s film repertoire: the World Cinema Fund established by the German Federal Cultural Foundation and administered by the German UNESCO Commission through 2007. Primary purpose is support for the production and distribution of film projects in Latin America, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa with funding provided immediately. Accessible to German producers and their foreign counter parts for cooperative an...

Shoot a feature film with Mike Figgis in a 7 days Masterclass

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The latest EFA initiative is a Master Class with Mike Figgis and will be taking place in Ljubljana/Slovenia from November 1 to 8. Calling all young filmmakers (directors, actors, writers, cinematographers, set designers, editors, sound engineers, composers) do not miss this unique opportunity of working with Mike Figgis in the framework of an EFA Master Class in Ljubljana."How To Combine Vision And Craft And Make A Film In One Week" - A European Film Academy Master Class with Mike FiggisIn this ...

Locarno took an explicit political turn this year

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Locarno International Film Festival 2004It is common knowledge since Lenin's famous statement that film and politics are very intricately connected. This was nicely demonstrated by this year's Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival. More surprisingly, this year even the Locarno Film Festival, traditionally associated with young, off mainstream and world cinema, also took an explicitly political turn. The Locarno Film Festival was always the odd one out on the European festival scene. After the ...

Ecocinema becomes Ecofilms

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The Ecocinema International Environmental Film Festival, which held its 4th edition earlier this year in Rhodes (Greece), has just changed its name. It is now called Ecofilms or "Rhodes International film and visual arts festival" and will be held next year on 21-26 June 2005, still on the sunny Greek island of Rhodes. The Ecofilms festival invites the participation of documentaries, shorts and features with environmental and ecology themes, encouraging conservation issues and issues related wit...

Venice Days: Venice has its directors fortnight!

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VENICE FILM FESTIVAL 2004: VENICE DAYSFor the first time in the history of the Venice Film Festival, the Italian authors from ANAC (the National Association of Cinematographic Authors,) and API (Independent Authors and Producers) are launching an independent showcase for quality cinema as part of the Festival. It’s called Giornate degli Autori / Venice Days and the event will be taking place with the agreement of the Venice Film Festival board, though it will also have complete autonomy with r...

Filmfestivals presentation

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Filmfestivals activities on the festival circuit include partnerships and editorial coverage of the main festivals: Cannes of course but also Berlin, Mifed, Venice and many more....

Re-Positioning Berlin European Film Market

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Re-positioning the European Film Market remains the only major Berlinale task left for Dieter Kosslick. With the American Film Market moving to November to compete head on with MIFED, Kosslick has been given, in his words “a historical opportunity” to enhance the Berlinale. A minor consideration is shifting the dates for the Berlinale possibly by one week to adjust to the new February slot of the Oscars. The new guiding concept for EFM and its changes will be revealed in May during the Ca...

Films in Berlin: Cold, no shoe shine

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Films in Berlin: Cold, no shoe shineAmong winners of the 57th Berlinale 3 films took major spotlight.- Gegen die Wand. A German Berlinale winner (but does it look like your ordinary German movie?) . Head on / Gegen die Wand only does justice to the recent German Box Office (and Festival circuit) successes such as Good Bye Lenin (winner of a Cesar last Saturday in Paris for best European film following 6 awards at last EFA) or The Miracle from Bern.- Lost Embrace by Daniel Burman and Maria Full...

Films in Berlin: Cold, no shoe shine

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Among winners of the 57th Berlinale 3 films took major spotlight.- Gegen die Wand. A German Berlinale winner (but does it look like your ordinary German movie?) . Head on / Gegen die Wand only does justice to the recent German Box Office (and Festival circuit) successes such as Good Bye Lenin (winner of a Cesar last Saturday in Paris for best European film following 6 awards at last EFA) or The Miracle from Bern.- Lost Embrace by Daniel Burman and Maria Full of Grace by Joshua Marston (the latt...

Re-positioning the Berlin European Film Market

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Re-positioning the European Film Market remains the only major Berlinale task left for Dieter Kosslick. With the American Film Market moving to November to compete head on with MIFED, Kosslick has been given, in his words “a historical opportunity” to enhance the Berlinale. A minor consideration is shifting the dates for the Berlinale possibly by one week to adjust to the new February slot of the Oscars. The new guiding concept for EFM and its changes will be revealed in May during the Ca...

Rotterdam Berlinale express market

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Rotterdam-Berlinale Express 2004: Rotterdam's CineMart and the new Berlinale Co-Production Market collaborate.The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) and the Berlin International Film Festival will continue with the 'Rotterdam-Berlinale Express'. Five CineMart 2004-projects will be presented during the Berlinale Co-Production Market, which will take place on Sunday, February 8, and Monday, February 9, 2004.The five selected projects in the Rotterdam-Berlinale Express 2004 are:3 NEEDLES;...

Berlin 2003 closing ceremony

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Wrapping up a festival filled with political overtones due to the impendingwar, it was not surprising that Michael Winterbottom's politically correctIn This World won the Golden Bear in 2004....

1st edition of the Berlinale Co-Production Market

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Rotterdam-Berlinale Express 2004: Rotterdam’s CineMart and the new Berlinale Co-Production Market collaborate The Berlin International Film Festival and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR, January 21 – February 1, 2004) will continue with the Rotterdam-Berlinale Express. Five CineMart 2004 projects will be presented during the Berlinale Co-Production Market, which will take place on Sunday, February 8, and Monday, February 9, 2004.The five chosen projects in the Rotterdam-Berlin...

10 one minute films will premiere at Rotterdam

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In a compilation titled ‘Just a Minute’, ten one-minute films will see their world premiere during IFFR 2004. In a project designed to celebrate and promote adventurous short film-making, the Rotterdam film festival has invited ten talented directors, masters of the short film form (most of them regularly presenting work in Rotterdam this and past years) to make a special one-minute film as part of a project collaboration between IFFR and the Dutch Province of Zuid-Holland. The film-makers p...
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