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The Ecologico International Film Festival (EIFF) promote, through cinema, a reflection on contemporary society. It does this through film screenings, meetings with prominent personalities of culture and debates with the public. We do not suggest solutions, we simply stimulate change through individual awareness. We believe that the cultural development contributes to the creation of new opportunities for social and economic development for the people and the land, respectful of the rights of man and the environment.
The competition is open to movies dealing the following themes: Environment / Anthropology / Religious, ethnic, cultural cohabitation / Democracy / Diaspora / Human Rights / Diversity / Economics / War / Integration / Landscape / Equal Opportunity / Participation / Racism / Popular Traditions.
NYC Shorts celebrates the short form by showcasing provocative and entertaining films from around the world. The Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater at Symphony Space, an arts and entertainment venue in New York City, is the home for our 10th anniversary edition.
Created by filmmakers David Barba, James Pellerito and Jennifer Pellerito, NYC Shorts includes the following competition categories: drama, comedy, documentary, lgbt, student, foreign language and animation. In celebration of our 10th Anniversary, the film selected Best of Fest will be awarded a special cash prize.
Jeevan Initiative, a voluntary association registered in India as a non-profit trust, is organizing Jeevan Music Video Festival on Sunday 6 April 2014 at Shraddhanjali Kanan, Guwahati, India.
This is the only music video festival in India and held annually since 2013.
Appreciation of efforts in creating visual imagery on music
Celebration of richness of Assamese music and cinema, and the combination of both
From 1973. Huesca Film Festival is focused on short films
Competitions: Latin American, International and Documentary Contest
More than 23,000 euros in awards
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Hollywood) Award-qualifying festival.
JUNG, WILD, AUSDRUCKSSTARK – Die 14. Ausgabe von goEast – Festival des mittel- und osteuropäischen Films steht ganz im Zeichen des Sturm und Drang. Vom 09. bis 15. April präsentiert das vom Deutschen Filminstitut veranstaltete Festival in Wiesbaden die Vielfalt des Kinos Mittel- und Osteuropas: Vom aufregenden, engagierten und nicht selten sozialkritischen Autorenkino über filmische Höhepunkte und Publikumslieblinge aus Mittel- und Osteuropa bis hin zu den Meilensteinen der sogenannten „polnischen Neuen Welle“ der 1960er Jahre. Die hohe Qualität des Programms und die besondere Festivalatmosphäre begeistern internationale Gäste, VertreterInnen der Filmbranche sowie das heimische Kinopublikum gleichermaßen.
YOUNG, WILD, EXPRESSIVE – the 14th edition of goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film is devoted to the era of Sturm und Drang. During the week from 9 to 15 April the German Film Institute presents the full variety of cinema from Central and Eastern Europe in Wiesbaden: From exciting, engaged and often socially critically author-director cinema to mainstream films and box-office hits from Central and Eastern Europe right up to the milestones of the so-called “Polish New Wave” of the 1960s. The high quality of the festival programme as well as the unique festival atmosphere enthuses international guests, representatives of the film industry and local audiences alike.
Kurdistan covers in big parts the region of former Mesopotamia. Being one of the oldest cultures in the world, Mesopotamia is widely considered as the cradle of civilisation, where writing was invented and the origins of philosophy can be traced back to. With its ancient, highly developed and socially complex states it had a profound impact on the development of the western civilisation and culture.
The Duhok International Film Festival wishes to return a cultural identity to this region, so that it is perceived again as a place of development instead of a place of political conflict. The fertile land that Mesopotamia once presented is now the land that can breathe quality, cinema and epic stories, growing to new strength.
The festival aims to showcase innovative films of high artistic value with a notable handwriting made throughout the world. It shall work as a pinnacle point for all wishing to learn more about the possibilities the Kurdish regions have to offer. Duhok IFF wishes to create an atmosphere of exchange between different cultures and human values. The city becomes an encounter of civilisations, where ancient culture connects with modern culture and the Kurdish film landscape with world cinema. Unique film experiences can be made and people can share their thirst for new discoveries and a passion for cinema in all its diversity.
A major task of the festival is to build a bridge between Kurdish film production and worldwide filmmaking. It wishes to create a launch platform for films from Kurdistan, taking the pulse of new tendencies and offering the opportunity to explore a terrain opening up in contemporary filmmaking. As a unique festival in this region, it understands itself as a forge for new talents and meeting place for up and coming filmmakers.
The programme does not only present a wide selection of international productions from all over the world, it also aims to spotlight Kurdish film in the world’s film landscape. It focusses both on new films from the four parts of Kurdistan (Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey), as well as on films from abroad including films made by Kurdish filmmakers who live in Diaspora.
It is time to open ourselves to the thoughts, images, myths and stories of Kurdistan, to its culture, to its films. Welcome to Duhok!
The Duhok International Film Festival is organised by the General Directorate of Culture, Arts, Sports and Youth of Duhok City and by the Cinema Directorate Duhok in cooperation with mîtosfilm Berlin.
From Boerum Hill to Bergen Beach. Fort Greene to Flatlands. Cobble Hill to Canarsie.
It's only Brooklyn when you count every neighborhood and every community.
We founded the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival (AoBFF) in 2011 because Brooklyn needs a major independent film festival. While there are several niche festivals in our borough, they're based around individual neighborhoods and are limited in scope. Founded and run by Brooklyn-born and based working artists, the AoBFFcreates the first large-scale, borough-wide platform for independent film.
The AoBFF is the only independent, international film festival built entirely around Brooklyn, a local independent scene with global influence. We focus on Brooklyn‐born, Brooklyn-based and Brooklyn-centric films and filmmakers and we screen work from all over the world whose creators live, work in, or are inspired by Brooklyn's indie film scene.
We conceived the AoBFF as a festival that speaks to Brooklyn as a whole, where many demographics overlap. We bring the new, artist-centric Brooklyn community together with "Classic Brooklyn" – natives and immigrant communities at a single event. We are as diverse, vital and international as the borough itself. And everyone is invited to our party.
Films are screened at 300-seat Founders Hall Theater at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, 300-seat Kumble Theater at LIU Brooklyn and select locations around the borough.
The AoBFF is the only festival in Brooklyn to screen films as part of ExChange, a network of film festivals in the US and Europe. This exclusive partnership gives our filmmakers a chance to screen at RxSM Film Expo in Austin, TX.
ABOUT THE ART OF BROOKLYN
The Art of Brooklyn is a not-for-profit organization that curates a conversation between the new, Brooklyn-based art community, immigrants, transplants and those born and raised in the borough.