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MANHATTAN SHORT 2016 Calling For Entries Regular Deadline July 31st

Over 250 Cinemas Across 6 Continents Unite for One Week for One Film Festival.  MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival’s Official Call for entries. Deadline July 31, 2016. Filmmakers have until the end of July to get their films in if they wish to be part of the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival set to take place in over 250 cinemas spanning 6 continents between Sept 23-Oct 2, 2016. Over 100,000 film lovers will not only view the finalists but will judge them as well with votes be...

Submit a screenplay to Manhattan Short

MANHATTAN SHORT Screenplay Competition is for screenplays for Short Films only. The competition is NOT just for established screenwriters it's for everyone. We encourage everyone and anyone to have a go at writing a short story and entering this competition, you may discover you are a screenwriter at heart. Everyone has a story...just keep em short! The focus of this competition is not only designed to discover and promote the best short screenplays out there, but to connect gre...

Bilal by Ayman Jamal - Animaze Daze in Cannes Winner "Best Inspiring Animation"

    PAB the Artist who designed the original prize "Best Inspiring Movie" Yonathan Parienti CEO of who remitted the prize to Ayman Jamal. The Panel on Animation that matters earlier in the afternoon Jürgen Biesinger, Managing Director, Executive Producer European Film Awards with Marion Doering EFA Director with Bruno Chatelin former Member of the Board. Congratulations to the team. window.NREUM||(NREUM={});NREUM.i...

Partners supporting Animation Day in Cannes

FOUNDING PARTNERS Musivision Films INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS   SACD  Société des Auteurs Compositeurs Dramatiques AQA Alliance Quebec Animation NEF Animation NEF Animation is a francophone plateform for professionals dedicated to the writing of and about animated film. MEDIA PARTNERS Animation Worl...

Kering and the Festival de Cannes bring the second 'Women in Motion' programme to a successful close

Susan Sarandon et Geena Davis     69ème Festival de Cannes -  Women in Motion Awards Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Getty Images pour Kering   ∞ Organised by Kering and the Fest...

Strong Coverage on Animation Day in Cannes

Very nice 5 minutes video interview on aljazeera TV mentionning the key films in our selection, Bilal, Apes, Shonku Diaries, East End, Maskman   ...

Bilal big on Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera flew in to interview Ayman Jamal for Bilal. Check the full video interview ...

Cannes winners shot on Kodak35mm

Film is back and the superior artistry of shooting on real film became clear once again at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, which closed Sunday, with four of the top prizes and two La Semaine de la Critique awards presented to official selections shot on Kodak film.   Taking home the coveted Palme d’Or was I, Daniel Blake (Director Ken Loach / DP Robbie Ryan), shot on Kodak 35mm. The Grand Prix award was taken home by Juste la Fin du Monde (It’s Only the End of the World), ...

Cannes 2016: DIVINES Caméra d’Or!

    Houda Benyamina’s feature film – Groupe Ouest 2013 – co-written with Romain Compingt – is Cannes 2016 revelation   Divines, Houda Benyamina‘s feature film – co-written with Romain Compingt – has been presented in theDirectors’ Fortnight of the 69th Cannes Film Festival. On Sunday evening, during the prize-giving, the film won the Golden Camera, the prize the most desired in the worl...

Korean Features Take Viewers by Storm on the Croisette

Over the last 15 years, the Cannes Film Festival has become increasingly familiar with Korean cinema, with films from the country selected almost every year, many of which have walked home with awards, whether from the official competition, one of the sidebars or the short film selections. Yet 2016 has proven to be a particularly strong year, with three films being invited to the official selection, one each in Competition, Out of Competition and Midnight Screenings, all of which were...