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First 12 films from Gems, the competitive section of FICCI 57

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  Gemas, the competitive section of FICCI 57, will screen a selection of the best of world cinema from the past year. The following are some of the films that will shine in Cartagena Latin America's longest running film festival is preparing to celebrate its 57th edition and will now unveil the selection of films to participate in the Gemas Competition. These films will dazzle the audience with their exceptional artistic merit and the clarity with which they examine history, tradition...

Open for submissions 2017

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Mirror Mountain Film Festival is open for submissions and we want to see your work! All genres and lengths accepted. Check out our submissions page for more info: mirrormountainfilmfest.com/submissions ...

Presentation of Fantasporto 2017 ..."You will die"?

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Watch the mash up video with excerpts from films from the selection. Coming next February, the 37th edition of the renowned film festival, considered in the Top 10 of the independent film festivals of the world, is coming, once again, to celebrate the most recent film production.   With two main competitions, Director’s Week (for all kinds of films) and Fantasy (for fantasy genre shorts and features) , the festival has received offers from 60 countries, of which only 35 w...

Horror/thriller "All I Need" starring the racy rising star Catlin Stacy terrifies in UK, and soon in US too!

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  ​We are excited to announce that our horror/thriller "All I Need" (a.k.a. "Wake in Fear") has been released in UK and the US release will follow in February, as the deal with Gravitas Ventures and Girls and Corpses has been successfully closed. Several territories are still available, so don't hesitate to ask for avails and a screener!    All I Need (2016) Horror, thriller A young woman, Chloe, wakes bound and gagg...

11th Culinary Cinema: Passion Food

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    “Passion Food” is the motto of the eleventh Culinary Cinema, which will be held from February 12 to 17, 2017. This year eleven recent full-length films focusing on the relationship between food, culture and politics will be presented.   “Undoubtedly, passion – and its mastery – is a driving force behind the work of cooks and filmmakers, and simultaneously one of its themes,” Festival Director Dieter Kosslick says in explaining the motto....

Cinema Born of the Icy Cold: Berlinale NATIVe 2017 Features Indigenous Films from the Arctic Circle

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NATIVe – A Journey into Indigenous Cinema will focus in 2017 on Indigenous cinema from the Arctic. The film programme for the special series, which is comprised of nine short and ten feature-length films, will also be complemented by a number of events featuring discussion and other spoken word formats.   NATIVe 2017 will open with a film from the cultural sphere of the Sámi, Europe’s only Indigenous people: 2016’s Kuun metsän Kaisa (Kaisa’s Enchanted F...

BERLINALE 2017: NATIVe Opening Film KAISA’S ENCHANTED FOREST by Katja Gauriloff

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84 min, Finland, B&W + color, 2016, Sámi + French spoken, English subtitles Screenings: Fri, Feb 10, 21.00 at IMAX, NATIVe opening ceremony, screening, Q+A Sat, Feb 11, time TBC, CUBIX at Alexanderplatz. Variety: "[...] like a Guy Maddin movie as an anthropological dig" The Hollywood Reporter: "A fascinating historical chapter, inventively told.” Following a sold-out world premiere at Hot Docs and rave reviews in the trades, KAISA&#...

Generation 2017: Celebrating 40 Years of Film Programming for Young Audiences at the Berlinale

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Forty years ago, the Berlinale launched the festival programme for the young cineastes. From the beginning the concept was embraced and celebrated by its target audiences and consequently expanded through the establishment of a further competition programme catering to adolescents. Since 2007, the Generation section has united the Kplus and 14plus competitions together under one roof and provided an opportunity not only for young people to participate in the greater conversation on cinema and cu...
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