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The second edition of the Venice Production Bridge focuses on the presentation and exchange of original projects

31 Aug – 5 Sept, 2017   The Venice Production Bridge comprises the Venice Gap Financing Market, the workshop Final Cut in Venice, the Book Adaptation Rights Market, the European Film Forum, Networking Sessions and Panels, as well as an Exhibition Area, and much more. The Venice Production Bridge will be held dur...

The 4th edition of the Venice Gap-Financing Market to present 47 projects

VENICE GAP-FINANCING MARKET September 1 to September 3 2017 The 4th edition of the Venice Gap-Financing Market will offer selected European and International projects the opportunity to close their international financing, through one-to-one meetings with potential and pertinent international professionals. All the invited professionals are decision-makers. The Venice Gap-Financing Market event will present 47 projects from around the world...

BARM - Book Adaptation Rights Market gathers 19 International publishers in Venice

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  BOOK RIGHTS ADAPTATION MARKET September 1 to September 3 2017 During the second edition of the Book Adaptation Rights Market, 19 International publishers will propose the adaptation rights of their works (novels, essays, graphic novels, children literature…) through one-to-one meetings with producers in a dedicate...

Final Cut in Venice workshops fifth edition

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FINAL CUT IN VENICE September 3 to September 5 2017 The fifth edition of this  workshop will present a selected number of quality rough cuts coming from all African countries, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Syria and Lebanon and will give them the opportunity of finding the post-production financing through our partners and the participants. The workshop Final Cut in Venice consists of three days of activities during which the working copies of six selected films coming ...

Two days of top level panels at The European Film Forum

EUROPEAN FILM FORUM September 3 to September 4 2017 The European Film Forum is organized with the EU Media Program. It will propose two days of top level panels focusing on the financing of the Cultural and Creative sectors, the future of Cinema and the Training programs as a tool to foster skills and creativity. This unique rendez-vous is now on all professionals’ agendas. The two days will be dedicated to the topics “Virtual gets real exploring t...

Joe Bang Gives Up James Bond for Channing Tatum in Tenn., LOL, for LOGAN LUCKY

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent Some good news Down South as Channing Tatum, who stars in LOGAN LUCKY directed by Steven Soderbergh, has gotten James Bond to dye his hair blonde — "Dye Another Day" would be a great 007 title -- wait, that's not real news. Even though Daniel Craig’s surprise Hillbilly-meets-Okie mega-cameo as Joe Bang in this movie is quite a towhead, the real news? Well, over a ways yonder in Tennessee the cast of LOGAN, which will b...

Jameson CineFest, 8 to 17 September reveals line up

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Hungary's leading film event and biggest international film festival Jameson CineFest, 8 to 17 September, brings the freshest and most outstanding film selection to Hungary again: feature films, shorts, documentaries and animations that are domestic, some of them Central European premieres – for the 14th time.   In the feature competition program we selected films that show all the happenings of the cinematic world of the year. Unconventional pieces like Bruno Dumont’s Jea...

Open Doors winners announced at Locarno Fest

One region, eight countries, twenty-two films.One section: Open Doors. Once again the Locarno Festival looked at a region where the light of cinema struggles to shine. The spotlight was on South Asia, with projects to develop, filmographies to support and ideas to share. Consider it done. At Locarno70 as well. The names of prizewinners for the Open Doors Hub coproduction platform and the Open Doors Lab producer-training workshop were announced today. The prizes, both cash and in the form...

Pardi di domani party

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The 2018 Film and Video Poetry Society CALL FOR ENTRY

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THE 2018 FILM AND VIDEO POETRY SOCIETY CALL FOR ENTRY! Poets, filmmakers, and media artists are called to submit their work to the 1st annual Film and Video Poetry Symposium. This event will take place on the following dates: April 27th - 28th, 2018 in Los Angeles, California The festival and symposium will celebrate and screen a large scope of film and video projects developed through the medium of poetry.  This event will also host a series of panels, guest speakers, and pu...

TranScreen: Amsterdam Trans*gender Film Festival 2017

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TranScreen: Trans*gender Film Festival Amsterdam will take place from September 13 to September 17. We are proud to announce that our main venue will be Kriterion this year. We will keep you posted about other venues and the programme soon. www.transcreen.org ...

You Think Google Has Issues: Rachel Feldman Has Something To Say About Women & Directing, Okay?

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent One hot week in August leading up to a full moon, from Aug. 1 to Aug. 7, there was a kind of ground zero for the D-word from Hollywood to Silicon Valley. We’re talking hot-button issues inclusion, fairness, and equity under the heading of Diversity. If you haven’t heard what happened, a recap is in order. Here’s a timeline: on July 31 “CBS This Morning” covers a new USC Annenberg study that cites “inclusion c...

The Evil Within selected at Horrorthon Film Festival Singapore oct 2017

Horrorthon Film Festival will be co-organised by the Singapore Film Society and Golden Village Cinemas in late Oct 2017. ...

Winners announced for 2017 Open Doors Hub and Lab

The names of prizewinners for the Open Doors Hub coproduction platform and the Open Doors Lab producer-training workshop were announced today, 8 August. The 2017 session was the second in the three-year cycle dedicated by Open Doors to exploring eight countries in Southern Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The prizes, both cash and in the form of tangible assistance, have been awarded to projects and participants in the international pla...

HIGHLIGHTS from 70th Locarno Festival – DAY 8 !

1. Carlo Chatrian He is an icon of his country, who even when appearing in international productions is still able to embody the spirit of India. She is an actress who was banned by her country but who has never stopped representing its culture and speaking for the women of the world. The Song of Scorpions marks the meeting of Irrfan Khan and Golshifteh Farahani. 2. After the triptych of wonders that was Courgette–Elle–Toni Erdmann, what’s next for Michel M...

HIGHLIGHTS from 70th Locarno Festival – DAY 7 !

Carlo Chatrian Film after film, Wang Bing is creating a personal homage to his people, whether workers or prisoners in labour camps, the mentally ill in a house with circular balconies or women confined to bed, emigrants or resisters. Mrs. Fang is the latest touching volet of this particular human comedy. 2. The search for a gunshot fired many years ago. The search for the roots of a hate that continues unabated. Somewhere between detective and traveler, in Did You...

The 11th Taiwan International Documentary Festival (TIDF) is NOW calling for entries!

11th TIDF is now calling for entries! TIDF is looking for documentaries that are most creative, closely connected to social and human interests, and have unique points of view! The 11th TIDF will take place on May 4-13, 2018. Three major competitions with 11 awards and more than US$70,000 total cash-prize await. The entry deadline is December 8, 2017. Filmmakers are encouraged to submit documentaries completed after December 1, 2015. All forms and lengths are welcome. ...

Rhode Island Film Festival kicks off, and gets ready for DOA Premiere

Rory Fradella (prodducer) and Stephen Cyrus Sepher (writer, director) at the accreditation desk of the festival. DOA to screen this friday August 11 at 8.45 pm Full program Join us for our 21st annual Opening Night screening and celebration of the Rhode Island International Film Festival and the 35th Anniversary of its creator/producer, Flickers.   Revel in the talent, artistry, and creative energy that make up the Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festiva...

Trailer for Dead on Arrival revealed

Emmy nominated Billy Flynn stars in an ensemble cast as Sam Collins, a pharmaceutical sales rep who visits a small town in Louisiana to close the business deal of a lifetime. He finds himself in a dark world of sex, corruption and murder as he is poisoned with no antidote to save his life. Desperate for answers, with less than 24 hours to live, Sam turns to a local girl Jesse. Their path leads to a voodoo priestess who only confirms Sam's doomed fate. On the run, caught in a deadly vertigo...

Break-Up School: Joachim Lafosse's AFTER LOVE Has Bérénice Bejo vs Cédric Kahn

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent After eons of human existence, or a short hop since the Sexual Revolution of the 1960’s, we still haven’t learned how to do two things well: Die or Divorce. Even with Gwyneth Paltrow’s co-opted “Conscious Uncoupling,” the recent so-called shock split of Chris Pratt and Anna Faris, that followed Ben & Jen, and Brangelina. Life, art, and pop culture peel back one common truth: we don’t know what to d...

VI Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum

                                    16 projects from 13 countries will be presented at the VI Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum. The Forum will have an extra day and will take place from 24 to 27 September.   Fifteen projects have been selected from a total of 165 submitted, from 29 countries. Added to these are the project selected at the Ibermedia Workshop to develop film pro...

A glance at the Official Selection line-up in San Sebastian

     The Official Selection of the San Sebastian Festival’s 65th edition, running from 22-30 September, will gather some of the most important filmmakers on the world panorama. The Austrian filmmaker Barbara Albert, the Greek helmer Alexandros Avranas, the North American James Franco and Matt Porterfield, the Argentine Diego Lerman, the Serbian Ivana Mladenovic, the French Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano, and the Japanese Nobuhiro Suwa will compete alongside other...
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