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Call for Entries: 14th Pune Internatioal Film Festival

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The 14th Pune International Film Fesival is being held from 14th - 21st January, 2016.   Call for entries: For the World Cinema competition & Marathi Cinema Competition   Cash Awards:  World Cinema Government of Maharashtra “Prabhat” Best International Film Rs. 10LACS Government of Maharashtra “Prabhat” Best International Film Director Rs. 5LACS Marathi Cinema Government of Maharashtra - “Sa...

Save 25% with Filmfestivals.com Partner Offer for The Zurich Summit Membership

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Read this online       2nd Annual Zurich Summit | September 26 - 27, 2015 | Zurich, Switzerland We’re thrilled to announce our first Keynote Speaker for this year’s Zurich Summit! Thomas Ebeling, Chief Executive Officer of ProSiebenSat1 Media AG, wi...

"Life Is Sacred": A Human Rights Watch Film Festival Premiere

When's the last time a film about a mayor got your pulse racing? For attendees of the recent Human Rights Watch Film Festival at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the answer must be Life Is Sacred, Andreas Dalsgaard's portrait of Antanas Mockus. And before that, it was surely Dalsgaard's 2009 documentary Cities on Speed: Bogota Change. That too centered on heady, twinkle-eyed Mockus. The two-time mayor of Bogota is perhaps best summed up by the caped persona he playfully assumed...

“The Hunger Games” Exhibition at “Discovery Times Square”

“The Hunger Games Exhibit” opens July 1st at “Discovery Times Square” on 44th Street. Throughout the years, the “Discovery Center” has hosted King Tut, Dead Sea Scrolls, Pirates Treasures, Pompeii, Bodies, and Legos. This exhibit is every bit as fabulous! It’s a really fun thing to do this summer. See the costumes they wore, the actual sets, and learn how to dodge arrows. Take home your own video and photos of you and your friends riding a chario...

Muhammad by Iranian director Majid Majidi will open Montreal FFM 2015

The latest film by renowned Iranian director Majid Majidi (3-time winner of the Grand Prix des Amériques) will open the festival and have its world premiere at the 39th Montreal World Film Festival, it was announced. This 171-minute epic on the early years of the prophet of Islam is, with a budget of over $50 million, the most expensive film ever made in Iran, and has been in production for five years. “The Festival is very proud to be able to host the premiere of this imp...

Record number of short films Submissions to the Montreal Film Festival with a strong filmfestivals.com partnership

A record number of short films were submitted to the Montreal Film Festival for this year’s edition. Over 1200 shorts including some 400 Canadian and foreign student films, were submitted prior to the festival deadline, an increase of 42 % over last year’s figures. Seven hundred and twenty-six films from 64 countries have already be tabulated, with more countries sure to come.   “These numbers are evidence of the vitality of today’s young filmmakers,”...

Louis L. Roquet jons the board at FFM

The Montreal World Film Festival is pleased to announce that Louis L. Roquet, President of Investissement Québec's Board of Directors has agreed to serve on the board of the Festival. “I am very honoured that Louis L. Roquet has accepted my invitation,” declared MWFF president Serge Losique. “The expertise of Mr. Roquet is widely acknowledged and his economic vision of Quebec and his openness to culture meshes perfectly with the mission of the Festival. I am ...

Michelangelo Antonioni Il maestro del cinema modern An Eye exhibition in Amsterdam

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  Michelangelo Antonioni – Il maestro del cinema moderno, from 12 September 2015 to 17 January 2016 at EYE, IJpromenade 1, Amsterdam, eyefilm.nl/antonioni From 12 September 2015 to 17 January 2016, EYE is presenting Michelangelo Antonioni – Il maestro del cinema moderno, an exhibition about one of the foremost innovators in film from the last century. The exhibition shows how Antonioni renewed the grammar of film by thinking in terms of the image and less in terms of narrative...

Durban FilmMart Success Stories 2010-2015

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Media Release Durban FilmMart Success Stories 2010-2015 Now in its sixth year, the Durban FilmMart (DFM) has become an integral part of the fast-growing South African film industry. Since its inception in 2010, DFM has helped to facilitate more than 80 African co-production projects, many of which have subsequently been produced as acclaimed films. As the African and South African industry grows, the quality and volume of submitted projects has increased every year, making DFM the leading inde...

50,000 admissions at Edinburgh International Film Fest, a 9% increase

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The 69th edition of Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) drew to a close on Sunday night having screened 134 new features over the 12 day Festival.  More than 50,000 admissions represent a nine per cent increase on 2014.  An additional 14,600 people enjoyed the Festival’s two weekends of outdoor screenings, as part of Film in the City.   The Festival sold tickets for its venues across the city, which included the EIFF’s home at Filmhouse, its venue partner Ci...

Ischia LEGEND Award to Helen Mirren and Antonio Banderas

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ROBIN WILLIAMS’ LAST MOVIE “BOULEVARD” DIR. DITO MONTIEL TO OPEN ISCHIA GLOBAL FEST 2015. LOOKING FORWARD THE XIII ANNUAL GLOBAL FILM & MUSIC FEST    LORENZA IZZO AND ELI ROTH TO JOIN ISCHIA GLOBAL 2015. CHILEAN MODEL AND ACTRESS TO RECEIVE ISCHIA RISING STAR AWARD. LOOKING FORWARD THE XIII ANNUAL GLOBAL FILM & MUSIC FEST    ARGENTINIAN MODEL AND ACTRESS LIZ SOLARI TO RECEIVE "ISCHIA FILM & FASHION AWARD". LOOKING FORWARD...

Cinema: “Boulevard,” Robin Williams’ last movie to open Ischia Global Fest July 12

Dito Montiel’s “Boulevard” – the last film starring Robin Williams – will enjoy its European premiere on July 12, opening the 13th Ischia Global Film & Music Fest.   “We are proud to inaugurate the festival with a long awaited work where, according to US critics, the actors delivers one of his best performances,” announced Pascal Vicedomini, founder and producer of the Festival, “and to be able to do it almost simultaneously with...

ArcLight Documentary Series will Premiere Award Winning Non-Fiction Feature Films

  ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood unveiled their summer line up of critically acclaimed award winning non-fiction films for their 2015 Summer ArcLight Documentary Series.  The Series is part of an ongoing commitment by ArcLight Cinemas to celebrate the powerful storytelling of the documentary form.  Under the curation of documentary filmmaker and President of the International Documentary Association, Marjan Safinia, this bi-annual series presents exceptional documentaries to...

"Palio": Horse Racing under the Tuscan Sun

Unicorn. Goose. Shell. Tower. If you haven't been to Siena, Italy, if you aren't up on the city's 17 districts, these four are a colorful start. All of Siena's ancient neighborhoods play a role in the local horse race called the Palio and in Cosima Spender's documentary of the same name.  Palio premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this past April, and the twice-yearly race is around the bend: first comes Palio della Madonna di Provenzano on July 2, fo...

Film Festival Shorts

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Film Festival Shorts DVD Release: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B010GPW4DE/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_oewKvb048R25R IMDB Page: www.imdb.com/title/tt4811332   “Film Festival Shorts” is a compilation film of shorts screened at film festivals in USA, Canada and France. These are excerpts from shorts and music videos released in film festivals and gala events between year 2005 to 2013 and remixed re-editions of the same films made from 2014 to 2015.  These films have been released in fil...

Chatting with Two Great Directors

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http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/listen-37-minute-talk-with-michael-haneke-and-darren-aronofsky-20150626 ...

FEELFEST, the new International online Festival of Short Films,Documentary Films and Animation

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  o The first FeelFest.com competition will take place from November 6th through December 8th, exclusively online on the international VOD web portal FEELMAKERS. o Awards will be given to the winning films in competitive sections of fiction short films, full-length and short documentary films and fulllength and short animation films. Every film selected will receive 150 Euros, to be given to owner of the film's exploitation rights. o The Festival is to be made up of two Official Sect...

Hubert Bals Fund announces first selection HBF+Europe: Minority Co-production Support The Hubert Bals Fund of International F

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The Hubert Bals Fund of International Film Festival Rotterdam is proud to announce the first selection of its new HBF+Europe: Minority Co-production Support scheme. An amount of 220.000 Euro has been awarded to four promising film projects from Ukraine, Colombia, Iran and Thailand, co-produced by production companies from Germany, France and the Netherlands. The selection includes projects by award-winning directors such as Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy (THE TRIBE) and Anocha Suwichakornpong (MUNDA...

The 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) Awards

The 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) Awards were announced at the EIFF Awards Ceremony today, held at Filmhouse in Edinburgh, hosted by  journalist, broadcaster and newsreader Jackie Bird. The Ceremony took place ahead of Sunday’s Closing Gala, which concludes the 12-day Festival with the World Premiere of Scott Graham’s IONA, and the EIFF Audience Award, voted for by the public, will also be announced. The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film w...

International Film Festival (EIFF) announced two new Honorary Patrons of the Festival.

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– Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) this evening announced two new Honorary Patrons of the Festival. Scottish actor James Cosmo and director/actor Karen Gillan have accepted the role of EIFF Honorary Patrons as the Festival heads into its 70th anniversary year. Karen Gillan and James Cosmo will be joining other EIFF Honorary Patrons Tilda Swinton, Robert Carlyle, Seamus McGarvey and Mark Cousins.   The 69th edition of EIFF drew to a close with the World Premiere of Scott ...

How can you solve the world’s water crisis with a ‘SlingShot?’

“A really big person is somebody that doesn’t mind helping everyone else around them be big. A really big person helps everyone else be big and doesn’t use their bigness to help everyone around them be small.” -Dean Kamen- Inventor of the two wheeled standup electric scooter, the Segway. Dean is still alive and inventing products that will help better society despite the rumors that he drove his creation, the Segway, off of a cliff, and died. The documentary...

Interview with Michael Phillis on MINI SUPREME (2015) @ Palm Springs International Shortfest.

MINI SUPREME (2015) by Writer/Director Michael Phillis: SYNOPSIS: Jeremie has a hard time being a grown-up. When his childish behavior gets him fired from his stuffy corporate job, he hatches a plan to use immaturity to his advantage. Enlisting the aid of Dominika, his dour Russian landlady, Jeremie sews, preens, plucks, and bedazzles himself into “Jennie Jo,” a seven-year-old pageant princess with a (fictional) growth disorder. Disguised as mother and daughter, Dominika and Jerem...

Edinburgh FF 2015: Awards

The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film was awarded to Andrew Haigh’s 45 YEARS which received its UK Premiere at the Festival. His beautiful portrait of a fractured relationship wins one of the longest-running film awards in the UK, honouring imagination and creativity in British filmmaking. The Award was presented by actor Jane Seymour. The winner was chosen by the Michael Powell Jury, chaired by LA Times film critic Kenneth Turan with actor/director Karen...
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