The FIFO association is delighted to share the results from the 11th FIFO that took place at the Maison de la Culture from 3rd to 9th February 2014. Festival attendance shows that the aura of the event continues to grow and assert its importance in the Polynesian cultural landscape as well as in the audiovisual world. This year the organisers totalled 27, 860 entries, including 7,086 school pupils.
The FIFO international jury, chaired by Mr Luc Jacqu...
Catch me if you can!
One more aeroplane thriller? Indeed! Non-Stop offers a few new twists but fails to explain apparently illogical and far-fetched premises. Some rapid-fire technical jargon, and the villain’s motivation, would even qualify as ‘flights of fancy’.
An alcoholic Federal Air Marshal (whose duty is to escort US flights, to prevent terrorist attacks and hijacking attempts) Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) has to identify and pre-empt an on-board bad-man, who threatens t...
Realtime, Immediate Feedback, Virtual Production and Disruption - this year's main topics - affect all communities, thus creating new space for discussions on shared interests, such as education. For this reason, FMX dedicates a series of talks to "Disruptive Education." In addition, the program features presentations on Oscar-nominee Frozen and the international film project The Physician complete with its Producer Nico Hofmann as well as renowned personalities such as Star Wars C...
UCLA Film Student to Receive $50,000 Sloan Grand Jury Prize from Tribeca Film Institute ®
for Best Science-Themed Screenplay
Sloan Foundation Has Awarded more than $3.8 Million in Direct Grants to Film Students Since 1997
Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) today announced the recipient of the 2014 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Student Grand Jury Prize for Screenwriting. Survival of the Fittest by Laura Alsum of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television was selected as the best-o...
Dallas Buyers Club
A bargain, at any price!
It’s not often that film scripts take 21 years to reach screens. It’s not often, in these multi-million dollar budget times that a Hollywood film is made in just $5-8million, shot in 25 days. It’s not often that you sit through a docu-feature/biopoc 117 minutes long and feel every minute was worth it. It’s not often that you get to see a film as rivetting as Dallas Buyers Club.
Back in 1992, an aspiring film-maker named Craig...
Patricia Norris knows a thing or two about costume design. A half a century in the business will do that. And now the 82 year old is poised to learn something else: whether she'll finally take home an Academy Award after being nominated six times. The work currently under consideration is for Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave, based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free black man kidnapped into slavery for more than a decade. To stitch together what went into designing costumes f...
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The 4th Women+Film VOICES Film Festival, produced by the Denver Film Society, announced today its full Festival program and schedule. The complete lineup of films for the Festival, which runs March 18-March 23, is available at denverfilm.org.
Inspired by the theme of International Women's Day, which is celebrated globally every March, VOICES showcases a high profile, women-centric mix of documentaries, feature presentations and short films. The festival also inc...
OFFICIAL SECTION PREMIÈRE & PANORAMA
Out of Competition
Opening Film Vampire Academy - Mark Waters - EUA
Closing Film : The Railway Man - Jonathan Teplitzky - USA
The Railway Man - Jonathan Teplitzky – EUA - 116’
Hansel & Gretel Get Baked - Duane Journey - 86’ - EUA
Johnny Christ - Mark Maggiori - 99’ - EUA
Violet & Daisy - Geoffrey Fletcher - 88’ - EUA
PRÉMIO CINEMA PORTUGUÊS
PRÉMIO CINEMA PORTUGUÊS - MELHOR FILME
Blind Date - Claudia Clemente - 9’ 31’’
Walking Dead Infrared - Luís Miranda- 3’20’’
Salomé - Sofia Beirão - 16’09
O que Eu Entendo por Amor - Ricardo Martins - 13’53
Lado Nenhum - Rui António- 12&r...