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Force Majeure-Winner of Cannes Jury Prize-Un Certain Regard

Official Swedish Oscar Entry for Best Foreign Language Film Written and directed by Ruben Östlund. The film was a word-of-mouth sensation at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize in Un Certain Regard, and was a favorite at the recent Toronto Film Festival, where it received its North American premiere. FORCE MAJEURE In Swedish with English subtitles. “I’m a failure of my own instincts!”-Tomas (Johannes Bah Kuhnke) A Swedish family of f...

Submit to the 2015 Television & Film Awards competition by October 15, 2014

The New York Festivals Awards 2015 ceremony will celebrate the World’s Best TV & Films™, as well as present the Lifetime Achievement Award, Broadcaster of the Year, Production Company of the Year, and United Nations Department of Public Information Awards. For more information on the 2015 Television & Film Awards visit: The deadline to enter the 2015 Television & Film Awards competition is October 15, 2014. Entry details and competition...

The man behind the Festival Policy of Renault in Cannes, Venice...

Zoe Saldana - Cannes 2014 - Photo Stéphane Kossmann Jessica Chastain Deauville 2014 Catherine Deneuve Venice 2014 Bruno Chatelin sat down with Claude Hugot Directeur des Relations Publiques Renault   ...

2014 Evolutionary Award for Actress Ana de Armas

“The Evolutionary Award honors the evolution of a culturally relevant artist on the international film scene. It is both an acknowledgement and promise of the growth of the artist as a tastemaker, influencer and leader on the international film scene. Ana is an international actress, her roots originate from Cuba and Spain. Her past achievements include movies in Spain and abroad as well as the upcoming feature films Hands of Stone with Robert de Nir...

Dieter Kosslick to receive the Innovation Prize from the International Economic Forum Baden-Baden (IEF)

Dieter Kosslick, the Director of the Berlinale, will be awarded the IEF Innovation Prize in recognition of his cultural achievements that promote Germany’s international reputation. Actress Maria Furtwängler will hold the speech in honour of Dieter Kosslick. The awards ceremony will be held on October 17th at the 4th International Economic Forum Baden-Baden. This year the IEF, under the theme “Globalisation: value(less)?” and the patronage of Federal Finance Ministe...

Why take your movie to a film festival?

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF THE FESTIVAL CIRCUIT   It seems like a funny question—doesn’t everyone want to premiere at Los Angeles Film Festival or Sundance or Toronto? But earlier this month when festival insider Peter Belsito of SydneysBuzz came to Film Independent to talk about festival strategy, he asked it quite seriously. “They only cost money,” he said. “You don’t make any money at a festival. Why do you want to go there...

Day 2 of the MAGYAR FILMHÉT Budapest Film Week

EPISTLE 2 FROM BUDAPEST DAY 2, Tuesday, October 24, 2014 Athletes in Exile, Dogs on a Rampage and an Unlikely elderly Star   By Alex Delonian. <> The first full day of the MAGYAR FILMHÉT was a busy one,  Three interesting films, all in the big hall, one good rap with a director, and generally  Meeting people and getting a feel for this newly modified once regular Budapest film event. Film  number one was a great discovery. I was told it ...

Bayberries Have Ripened

Sushma Devi mother of two sons, whose husband is abroad, directs her sons to take their cow for fertilization. ...

The Supreme Price: Documentary Empowering Women in Nigeria

After the worldwide attention of the kidnapping of girls in Nigeria, this documentary brings awareness of the women's challenges the country endures. The Supreme Price documentary explores the evolution of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Nigeria and efforts to increase the participation of women in leadership roles. Director Joana Lipper follows Hafsat Abiola, daughter of elected Nigeria's President, M.K.O Abiola and Kudirat Abiola. After the annulment of her father's presidential...

"Two Days, One Night" Film Premiere at the 52nd New York Film Festival

Synopsis: In the working class drama action is key, “Two Days, One Night,” Marion Cotillard’s character, Sandra, has one weekend to go door to door to her co-workers’ homes and try to convince them to have Friday’s vote overturned. Sandra works at a factory that makes solar panels. On Friday, her co-workers voted to have her laid off, as each employee would receive a 1,000 Euro bonus if she were let go. This upcoming Monday, they will have a re-count and if sh...