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Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival

Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival has become in a few years in one the most important events at Costa del Sol (Spain). Place in the Torremolinos' exhibition and conference centre: theaters with 480 and 920 people capacity. Organized by the Cultural Association "Cinefans", the festival it's now a reference of innovate and transgresive ideas. It starts at Halloween (with its own Halloween night) and it lasts 10 days: galas, shows, cosplay, horror movies marathons, lecture, concerts, charitable sessions, guests and honored films for their anniversary.

 

Puchon International Student Animation Festival

The 16th Puchon International Student Animation Festival 

http://www.pisaf.or.kr/
https://www.facebook.com/pisaf.ani.3

Date: Oct 22, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014

 About the event:
In 1999, the Puchon International Student Animation Festival (PISAF) embarked on its journey as the sole animation festival in Asia dedicated solely to students and has since earned high marks for the quality of its selections. PISAF has also committed itself to becoming a venue in which to introduce animations created by animators from home and abroad and nurture new talents in the digital content industry. The festival’s central program is its International Student Competition, which is designed to discover young and promising new talent in animation and showcase their work. There are two categories: Short Animated Films (less than 30 minutes) and New Media Content, which can include many different formats such as Internet/web, Mobile-based, stopmotion graphics, interactive animations and etc. In 2011 over 1,200 films from all over the world were submitted to PISAF.

Along with the competition, PISAF offers many opportunities for young animated filmmakers to meet masters of the cartoon and animation world. In 2011, Disney animator John Musker, director of The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Hercules and The Princess and the Frog have been featured. PISAF has played a major role in creating a network linking animation festivals worldwide through its collaborations with film fests in Annecy, Ottawa, Hiroshima, Zagreb, and the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film. The festival also offers a cartoon and animation experience program to attract interested audience members. The program is also aimed at exposing the ways that cartoons and animation can help develop creativity across a variety of fields. PISAF hopes to see more people enjoying cartoon and animation in the future.

PISAF 2014, the festival’s 16th edition, will be held on October 22-26 with screenings, an animation fair, an educational convention and a variety of other special events.


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Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Fest bring winning films to Cannes Doc Corner

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

CANNES: The first edition of Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York was a huge success with the screening of 55 films from 18 countries and exciting opening and closing night celebrations.
 

“Amy Goodman provided a rousing keynote address to a festival that will hopefully last well into the future.” Wrote The Huffington Post.

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Festival Founding Artistic Director Nora Armani will attend the Cannes Film festival to presents the winning documentaries: Small Small Thing, directed by Jessica Vale, and Not Who We Are, directed by Carol Mansour, from the festival’s slate at the Cannes Film Festival Doc Corner, May 14-23rd, along with Coal Rush, Coney Island: Dreams for Sale, Orphans of the Genocide, From the Black You Make Color, Stable Life and Born in Adana. To arrange for a meeting and for details visit: www.cinando.com/SquareMangoFilms 
 

Grand Prize Winner, Small Small Thing, will also have its New York City theatrical premiere at The Quad Cinema, from June 6–12, 2014. This week–long run is offered by Rated SR Film Fest as the Grand Prize, courtesy of the QuadFlix Select program.

 

In New York, a new partnership with IndiePix http://www.indiepixfilms.com will see six short films from the festival’s slate released on DVD and VOD under the heading: Rated SR Films. New sponsorship and partnership opportunities are available at Rated SR that is already the talk of the media with a reach over 1M followers & likes. Contact: ratedsrfilms@gmail.com for information.

Sponsor Presentation: http://youtu.be/gx7colpL9K0 // Opening Night: http://dai.ly/x1kg777  

Closing Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN3VcWdi1KM

Like Rated SR on Facebook and follow it on Twitter.


Submissions for 2015 (the 2nd edition) of Rated SR Film Festival open in June 2014. Main sidebars are: Women Filmmakers of the Middle East and The Forgotten Genocide 100 years later. More information may be found on the festival’s website: www.ratedsrfilms.org.

To arrange for a meeting with Ms. Armani in Cannes call: +33 6 51 61 19 62 or email: squaremangofilms@gmail.com
ENDS

Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Fest bring winning films to Cannes Doc Corner

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

CANNES: The first edition of Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York was a huge success with the screening of 55 films from 18 countries and exciting opening and closing night celebrations.
 

“Amy Goodman provided a rousing keynote address to a festival that will hopefully last well into the future.” Wrote The Huffington Post.

TheCannesFilms.jpg

Festival Founding Artistic Director Nora Armani will attend the Cannes Film festival to presents the winning documentaries: Small Small Thing, directed by Jessica Vale, and Not Who We Are, directed by Carol Mansour, from the festival’s slate at the Cannes Film Festival Doc Corner, May 14-23rd, along with Coal Rush, Coney Island: Dreams for Sale, Orphans of the Genocide, From the Black You Make Color, Stable Life and Born in Adana. To arrange for a meeting and for details visit: www.cinando.com/SquareMangoFilms 
 

Grand Prize Winner, Small Small Thing, will also have its New York City theatrical premiere at The Quad Cinema, from June 6–12, 2014. This week–long run is offered by Rated SR Film Fest as the Grand Prize, courtesy of the QuadFlix Select program.

 

In New York, a new partnership with IndiePix http://www.indiepixfilms.com will see six short films from the festival’s slate released on DVD and VOD under the heading: Rated SR Films. New sponsorship and partnership opportunities are available at Rated SR that is already the talk of the media with a reach over 1M followers & likes. Contact: ratedsrfilms@gmail.com for information.

Sponsor Presentation: http://youtu.be/gx7colpL9K0 // Opening Night: http://dai.ly/x1kg777  

Closing Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN3VcWdi1KM

Like Rated SR on Facebook and follow it on Twitter.


Submissions for 2015 (the 2nd edition) of Rated SR Film Festival open in June 2014. Main sidebars are: Women Filmmakers of the Middle East and The Forgotten Genocide 100 years later. More information may be found on the festival’s website: www.ratedsrfilms.org.

To arrange for a meeting with Ms. Armani in Cannes call: +33 6 51 61 19 62 or email: squaremangofilms@gmail.com
ENDS

Indian International Film Festival of Queensland (IIFFOQ)

This is the first competitive film festival of Indian independent films as well as of Indian subjects in global cinema to be held in Brisbane between June 28th and July 2 2014. The films can be submitted for selection from all over India and internationally. The festival founder and artistic head is actor and director , producer Chayan Sarkar who lives in Brisbane, Australia. This festival has the support of Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk and also backed by Queensland University of Technology and Asia Pacfic Screen Awards (APSA) and many other industry partners. Dr. Arun Sharma , Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Queensland University of Technology is Honorary Patron of this film festival in Australia along with the support of many distinguished personalities from India and Australia. Some of the festival advisors include Michael Hawkins, Executive Chairman, Asia Pacific Screen Awards; Anup Mukherjee Ex-Dean Satyajit Ray Film and TV institute, India ;Rajeev Jalnapurkar ,CEO,Ramoji Film City.Head of Corporate Relations of the festival is Mr. Arun Raniga. Many distinguished screen personalities, artists and experts are behind this unique film festival. Please follow updates on this facebook page for more information. To be eligible to submit your film , your film must have a story linked to India or Indian culture. The film makers could be Indian or non-Indian. International and Australian Premieres only for the competition section. We are only after feature length films ( Documentary features are also eligible to submit) for the competition.This is a competitive film festival along with some special screenings. A total of fifteen films will be selected for the competition element of the festival. The festival will be held in Brisbane City. For more information please email us: iiffoq@bollywooddreams.biz

L.A. NEO NOIR FILM FEST II

Visit lanneff.com for details about the ONLY film festival for neo noir films, scripts, and poems, created BY independent neo noir producers.  Carey Westbrook, former consultant for George Tillman Jr. (SOUL FOOD, BARBERSHOP) and Derek Cianfrance (BLUE VALENTINE, A PLACE BEYOND THE PINES) is the creator and director of this festival, which features a staged reading of award winning neo noir screenplays, a screening of many neo noir films, an awards show with cash prizes and trophies, and a reception featuring the best food, drink, celebrities, and industry producers interested in producing neo noir creators like yourself.  THE L.A. NEO NOIR FILM FEST II,  at INDIE DESK, 816 S. BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES, CA 90014, AUGUST 16TH, HIGH NOON.  GET IN.

48 Film Project

ENJOY FREEDOM AND WIN THE CHANCE OF BEING OUR WINNING DREAM TEAM!
Winners get $48,000 to shoot a feature film. www.48filmproject.com

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The new 48 FILM Project is launch and … It’s not local …It’s GLOBAL!!!

The Ultimate ONLINE International Short Film Competition has changed.

No more Kick off dates. You choose when to compete.

You compete as many times you like!

You now able to log in and create your film any time, in any place! 

Comedy, Drama, Thriller, Detective, or even Musical and Western… 

Make a short film this year and change your life. 

In one weekend, a camera, an Internet connection, and your crew.

Get THOUSANDS in cash and prizes. 

Screening your winning film in HOLLYWOOD ! 

Register your team now: http://www.48filmproject.com/

 

Trenton Film Festival

Trenton Film Festival screens new, cutting-edge film of various genres from around the world, offering filmmakers the opportunity to interact with audiences and connect with other filmmakers at various stages in their career. Located half-way between New York City and Philadelphia, Trenton is a small city with easy access to one of the largest film markets in the world, yet intimate enough to give new film exposure that might be hard to achieve in a larger place or festival.

Trenton Film Society returns in 2014 after a 5 year hiatus, during which time the Trenton Film Society developed several other events including the Trenton International Festival--coming up 4/4-4/6/14. We are particularly excited to return to our roots to produce what was our signature event, the Trenton Film Festival.

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