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CAMBOFEST, Cambodia Movie and Media festival - established in 2007/2550 - and the first internationally recognized movie event taking place in Cambodia since the end of the Khmer Rouge regime, is now accepting movie submissions for the 2016 (5th) edition.
Special categories for this edition include:
SUPERNATURAL and FANTASTIC SHOWCASE - Movies with a Supernatural or Fantastic Theme (all lengths considered)
ONE MINUTE MOVIE
BIOSPHERE (Eco-themed showcase)
MICRO-MOVIE (Movies under :30 second...
So, what are you wearing? For anyone who has ever flirted using this line, the new documentary The True Cost will explain how to get a really hot conversation going. As we see, the question aroused global citizens are asking is, Baby, what did it take to make what you're wearing?
Directed by Andrew Morgan (After the End, Here for Now), the film pulls the panties off the fashion industry, exposing its disastrous human and environment impact around the world. Unsurprisingly, the p...
The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is a 12-day showcase of up to 200 multi-genre films from Canada and over 40 other countries.
The festival hosts gala events, screenings, award ceremonies and special presentations. We host a large number of participating filmmakers from our backyard and round the world and connect them with the audience through post-screening question and answer periods, mingling at our events, and through panels and film talks open to the genera...
You've got to hand it to Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit. Any filmmakers willing to have a laugh with euthanasia should be lauded for their nerve, and in The Farewell Party, which they jointly wrote and directed, the case is made for the right to jest with dignity.
Still, there is much in the film that will gall opponents of mercy killing. The casting of iconic comedians offers a powerful assist in delivering bleak themes, especially for devotees of Israeli entertainment who read the marquee...
Universal Film Festival 2014 KCTV 9-22-14 9 am.mp4
2015 CDFF Venues Announced!
This year marks the second season for the Cellar Door Film Festival, and our festival team is thrilled to share the news about our chosen film screening locations. We look forward to welcoming our 2015 festival audiences to these exciting venues:
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th
The Mayfair Theatre - 1074 Bank St.
One of Ottawa’s last two neighbor...
Surkhaab, Review: Where are the feathers?
First things first: the title. It is an Urdu/Persian word, also part of Hindi, that means the ruddy sheldrake/shelduck bird. Literally translated, ‘surkh’ means red and ‘aab’ means water. There is a river in north-west Asia that is also called Surkhaab, which is easy to link to the meaning. The bird has rare type of feathers, and so, someone who has special qualities is said to be possessing 'surkhaab ke par' (surkhaab&...
By its title alone, Zemene, Melissa Donovan's captivating documentary says there's something special about its name character. There is. Right away when we meet this Ethiopian 10 year old, her spark and lucidity pull us in.
Zemenwork (Zemene) Tiget has an acute spinal curvature called kyphosis. Accompanied by her Uncle Menormelkam, she has come to city of Gondar seeking medical treatment that can keep her from death's door. No such luck -- yet.
We discover Zemene at the s...
By Maria Esteves - May 17, 2015
The 14th Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, directed by Robin Hauser Reynolds commenced Sunday, April 19, 2015, 1:00PM at Spring Studios, New York. A special panel discussion immediately followed with director Reynolds, chief learning officer Tamar Elkeles, Qualcomm, chief people officer Auguste Goldman, GoDaddy, and engineering director Jason Wong, Etsy, moderated by Adi Robertson, reporter, The Verge. CODE: Debugging the Gen...
Terror Film Festival is a blood-chilling, alien-probing, super-thrilling online international film festival designed for filmmakers and screenwriters that runs every October! And our Call For Entries is now open!
We are the only film festival in the world that offers the opportunity for filmmakers and screenwriters to get major exposure by bringing the audience right to their film. Also, being online removes the shackles of venue limitations (which limits the amount of people who can s...
La Fabrique des Cinemas du Monde Selections
Along the Riviera side's International Pavillion is a tent right next to Majestic Beach, that houses the French Institute's Fabrique des Cinemas du Monde, which has dedicated its practice to discovering young artists in the Southern international market. Every year, 10 directors along with their producers are scouted, and hosted at the Cannes Film Festival in this very booth. This year hosted many talented directors, all with...
Christie's and its much-ballyhooed billion dollar week affirm that art addiction is on the rise. Peggy Guggenheim would approve. For a glimpse of the famed collector's habit, there's Lisa Immordino Vreeland's documentary Peggy Guggenheim — Art Addict. A few weeks back, when it premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, I spoke with Immordino Vreeland. The following link will draw up our chat:
For Slow West, debut director John Maclean tapped veteran cinematographer Robbie Ryan to make it a visual bonanza. I caught up with Ryan several weeks ago, when the film was screening at the Tribeca Film Festival. Click below for his insights:
2 DAYS LEFT - EARLYBIRD DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2015
We've partnered with FilmFreeway as our only avenue for submissions.
Filmmakers, submit to the Camp Cult Classics Fest if you have a campy, b-movie, silent film, blaxploitation film, classic film, monster, experimental, or the like. All genres are welcome from documentaries to musicals, dramas to comedies, web series to shorts.
Go to: http://www.CampCultClassicsFest.com for more details.
In-between indie films, we will be screening c...
An intimate look into a broken ex-detective's interrogation of the "plastic" serial killer. A prostitute who killed 17 johns and eluded capture by becoming a transgender.
Seeking Volunteers for the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival, June 10 - 18 at L.A. LIVE
Now in its twenty-first year, the Los Angeles Film Festival showcases the best in new American and international cinema and provides the movie-loving public with access to some of the most critically acclaimed filmmakers, film industry professionals and emerging new talent by bringing them together in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world.
Our volunteers are a key component to making the ...
IFFBoston 2015, the 13th edition, begins this coming week, running April 22-29. Make the trip and I’ll see you there.
The Independent Film Festival Boston 2014 was memorable, but not for the usual reasons.
Sure, there were the wonderful documentaries you might expect to see elsewhere (The Case Against 8, Rich Hill) and those you may see nowhere else (The Search for General Tso, and the locally nostalgic Life on the V: The Story of V66) – at least outside of a...
A thriller not for the faint of heart. The main thought that runs through your mine when you see it is, "creepy"/ Also, scary, intense, and ahead of the curve come to mine.
PLASTICS will make you reconsider your next relationship with 'Mr."Right".
Kaay Raav Tumhi, Review: Come off it, you three
Three here means three old men, out to have one sexual encounter with a young woman as vindication of their ‘old is gold’ brand of virility. Sounds bold for an Indian film, and bolder for a film made in the regional Marathi language, spoken mainly in Maharashtra. Roughly translated, the title would read ‘Come off it, Sir’. Can’t help it if it sounds like a double-meaning line. Incidentally, the film is full of doubl...
Win a 35mm LomoKino Movie Camera from The Camp Cult Classics Film Fest and Lomography! Many Ways to enter.
Be a part of Lomography, the biggest worldwide experimental photography community. Shoot a movie of 144 frames on any 35mm film with Lomography's first analogue movie maker.
Filmmakers, submit your film to the Camp Cult Classics Fest!
LINK TO CONTEST: http://www.campcultclassicsfest.com/free-giveaway-lomokino-35mm-movie-camera/
CAMP CULT CLASSICS FEST / Camp Cult Classic ...
Lambert & Stamp, about the two enterprising Brits who managed The Who, may sound like just another music biz recap of "My Generation." But it's considerably more than that. The debut documentary by James D. Cooper probes the unlikely symbiosis between Kit Lambert, the Oxford-educated son of a classical composer, and Chris Stamp, the East Londoner son of a tug-boat captain, and how this odd couple launched one of rock's foundational bands.
Skillfully set between t...
BUFF unveils bank holiday weekend line-up of programming starting May 1st.
The British Urban Film Festival looks ahead to Spring Season 2015 with the announcement of a stellar line-up of cinema and television premieres for audiences to enjoy during the May bank holiday weekend.
BUFF will show two nights of cinema premieres at Genesis Cinema in Mile End Road starting from Friday 1st of May followed by a Sunday night TV premiere on Co...
Ceau, Cinema! Festival from Timisoara, Romania announces the call for entry to the international competition section dedicated to feature films (fiction, non-fiction or animation). The call is open for filmmakers from countries with minorities in the Banat region.
Ceau, Cinema! Competition provides a setting for the cinematographic expression of the traditional minorities from the Banat region. Productions or co-productions from the following countries are accepted in competition: Armenia, Aust...
Woman in Gold, like The Wizard of Oz, is the story of a niece on a quest to regain family property after a storming. It has good and evil conjurers and even a straw man. Yet, contrary to the Kansas reverie, Simon Curtis's new film begins in a fairyland and flashes forward and backward among cloudier realms.
First comes Vienna, Austria. It's 1907 and artist Gustav Klimt (Moritz Bleibtreu) is feverishly gilding the masterwork referenced in the film's title, Portrait of Adele Blo...