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The team of 60 Second Intl. Film Festival had undertaken the task to build the capacity of youth and general public by creating a learning platform in the form of the 60 Second Intl. Film Festival. This initiative was truly for individuals and groups to bring up their work that explained the pressing issues faced in Pakistan today.
The 60-second films ideally included a theme and message to be conveyed to the audience. The films entries were categorized to focus on the issues, but the country and its comprising societies also on other topics or issues faced submissions. The best 60-second films have been showcased in the major cities of Pakistan and also in other South Asian countries.
After receiving such an outstanding positive feedback internationally of 60SIFF, Morango Films has decided to conduct workshops based on documentaries, screenings, and have various brands also collaborate to have campaigns using 60-second Film Festival’s support.
The 60 Second Intl. Film Festival has now expanded its horizons, it was first aiming at covering particularly all South Asian countries; However now it will be organizing events around the globe, beginning with USA, UK, Australia, Turkey, Maldives, etc. and many other countries.
The Cinema City is an international film festival, which is annually held in Novi Sad. During seven days, Novi Sad becomes cinema city with rich film, music and academic programs. Program concept of the festival comprises film, music and academic programs that will take place at 10 city locations. Film program will present selections of domestic and foreign productions. Over 100 films will be screened at 8 indoor and 2 outdoor locations. The music program of the Cinema City festival includes an opening and closing parties that add a special mood to the festival, along with numerous concerts, VIP parties and receptions for the guests of the festival.
An academic program of the festival consists of over 30 panel discussions with participants chosen beforehand from over 10 countries. During this program, film artists, theorists, critics, and representatives of film institutions will address topics that hold grave importance for film art and film industry. Film artists, theoreticians, critics, and representatives of film industry discuss many significant subjects related to film art and film industry.
Over the past few years, the Cinema City IFF was visited by some of the most important film professionals from the country and the world.
The special guest star of the 2010 Festival was the famous American actress and singer –Juliette Lewis, who performed with her band at the Cinema City music opening on June 5, 2010. Over 80,000 people visited the Cinema City, and clear skies, warm weather, and quality programcertainly contributed to a great number of visitors at open-air cinemas, which are among the strongest points of the Cinema City festival. The audience was also greatly interested in the guest appearance of the Iraqi director, Mohamed Al-Daradji.
Cinema City 2011 presented some of the most significant contemporary authors from the world of independent film. Guests of the Festival, in whose honor Cinema City organized screenings of a number of retrospectives, were the famous Hungarian director Béla Tarr, Lithuanian author Šarūnas Bartas, and Polish director Dorota Kędzierzawska. Domestic film authors also caused great interest, as well as young film artists, the future of domestic film making, who later received a special attention within the platform Cinema Now. In 2011 over 80,000 guests from all over the world visited the Festival.
In 2012 the festival was attended by notable film authors and professionals like Andreas Dresen, Nik Powell, notable producer and director of London Film School, Lorons Hreszberg, director of Forum des Images in Paris, and for the first time in Serbia, the prestigious European Film Academy held its board meeting right here at the festival, when 16 domestic film professionals were elected as members of this renowned film institution.
Cinema City 2013 was held in Novi Sad, from August 26 to September 1, which is a first. As before, it gathered numerous film aficionados and film professionals. The Festival was visited by more than 40,000 film lovers and screened over 100 films at several festival locations across the city. Special attractions in 2013 were the Amstel Open Air – an open-air cinema in the park adjacent to the building of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, and first 3D cinema in Serbia, called Arena 3D Open Air. The combination of films inspired by strip classics and some of the iconic films released in 3D technology were the main focus of this location. Guests of the festival were one of the most renowned Israeli film producer,Marek Rozenbaum, then the well-known French actor and director, Chad Chenouga, a young German filmmaker and artist, Katrin Gebbe, as well as many guests from the region and the world.
Cinema City annually has over 500 accredited guests, among those: film authors, directors, actors, representatives of international festivals and film institutions, journalists, artists, etc. In addition to prestigious names from the world of film, the Festival’s Up to 10,000 bucks hostsover 300 young authors, who present the future of domestic and international film-making.
The Int'l Film Festival of Fine Arts
started out in 2000 as an international showcase with preceeding national film reviews focusing on films on artists, the act of artistic creation, trends and methods. Documentaries are eligible for entry as well as animated and experimental films and short features related to the main theme.
We expect film entries that present, (re)interpret pieces of art by means of cinematic methods or deal with the life or certain stages of one or more artists (art groups).
We also welcome works that discover certain tendencies or periods of fine arts or their social context. Last but not least, wey also expect films created by using artistic methods or instruments (e.g. animated and experimental films, features).
MOSCA – The Cambuquira Short Film Festival - is focused on the diffusion of Brazilian and foreign audio-visual productions, as well as promoting a critical film-going public. The festival program includes Brazilian films screening, special programs of foreign movies, debates, workshops, exhibitions, children's activities and a bar-restaurant. Since 2005, MOSCA has been contributing to the revival of film-going rituals in this small town, while also providing and expanding cultural and artistic opportunities for the local population.
MOSCA 9 will unfold from 13 – 17 August, 2014, in the Brazilian town of Cambuquira, located in the south of Minas Gerais, and otherwise renowned for its naturally mineral springs. The festival is warmly held at Cine Elite - an old city cinema that had been closed for about 20 years, but which in 2001 was lovingly restored by the cultural institution “Espaço Cultural Sinhá Prado”.
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The Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival was born 40 years ago, held in 2014 the 33th edition.
With a week of programming, the Festival is full of: Films Retrospectives, Official Film Selection, Documentaries, Official Short Films Selection, Live shows, Press Conferences, Workshops, Networkings ... and of course one of the oldest horror movie marathons: The 12 Hour Horror Movies Marathon (born in 1973 being 16 hours) ... and more ...
The Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival is one of the oldest festivals in Spain, and therefore in Europe.
Our current goal is to achieve a network of producers to supply to our Festival of good titles for the coming years. In Addition, make contacts to evolve this festival that is is their best time and with a clear objective to continue to grow and so become a festival of reference.
A competitive festival that will celebrate its eighth birthday in August 2014, Landlocked presents independent movies from around the world. Thousands of audience members gather in Iowa City’s historic downtown to watch diverse films, from two minutes to two hours long, from artsy experimentation to outrageous comedy, from heartwarming family stories to heartbreaking drama, from hard-hitting documentary to music video to amazing animation.
The eighth annual Landlocked Film Festival will take place in Iowa City from August 21 to 24, 2014. Iowa City is the perfect venue for a film fest, with its compact downtown location, its friendly and relaxed vibe, its boutique hotels and diverse restaurants, and its cultural standing as the home of the world-renowned Iowa Writers’ Workshop and one of only seven cities worldwide designated as a UNESCO City of Literature.
We are the nation's largest celebration of animation and digital art. A festival known for its inspiring program of workshops, conferences, lectures, film screenings and art exhibits offered at no cost. We are recognized for our impressive Competition of International Animated Short Films and for the newly released Living Market, a space to foster a culture of business creativity within an industry that lives off new ideas. We are a unique and amazing experience that every year brings together some of the most influential artists and thousands of minds hungry for knowledge, art, creativity and innovation.