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Last few days to submit a film to Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

The most unique difference between entering FLIFF and your ordinary film festival, is opportunity. When you submit your film to FLIFF you are automatically entered for consideration into:     29th Annual FLIFF November 7 - 23, 2014        Withoutabox logos are trademarks of Withoutabox, a DBA of Inc. or its affiliates. However, if you would prefer just to go direct with FLIFF, you can download an entry form right here. Entry F...

Victoria Film Festival 2015 Call for Entries

VFF is proud to announce that its Call for Entries for our 2015 film festival is now open! Earlier is better! (And cheaper.) Send in your entries to the 2015 VFF before the Earlybird deadline of July 9th.  Additional Deadlines are: Regular postmark deadline: August 7th, 2014  Late postmark deadline: September 11th, 2014 Extended Deadline: September 17th, 2014 As always, we recommend submitting as early as possible and we set our fees to reflect this. We n...

Mumbai Women's International Film Festival, 2014

  Women’s Film Festival returns to Mumbai The second edition of the Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival (MWIFF), an 8-day event, organised by Oculus Creations, is slated for 6th to 13th December, 2014, with the goal of showcasing women's talent behind the camera and giving them the spotlight they deserve.  The competitive category includes Short Films, Documentary Films, and Feature Films; the non- competitive category includes World Cine-bust...

Lucy, Review

Lucy From La Femme Nikita and The Professional to The Fifth Element, writer/director Luc Besson has created some of the toughest, most memorable female action heroes in cinematic history. Meet the latest: Lucy (Scarlett Johansson). Lucy is attractive, not tall, not muscular, with a cutish face, vulnerable, even gullible--An unlikely action hero, an unlikely drug-racket battling, science’s accidental guinea pig who is about to prove unwittingly the theory of an eminent scientist concerni...

Between Dream State and "In Development" Orson Welles and Cheap Champagne

Making Films is not, has not, and will never be easy even in our climate change of instant images and even faster results. We believe everyone"else"  is outputting nonstop 24/7  in the dawning of nano-technology and Youtube. For a creative driven mind-soul or woeful personality (is that not the same thing?) The key to all of these funsense is FOCUS and VISION luck and timing if it happens before you die. So what is this all about? Well maybe its a pick me up for writers an...

'Aban +Khorshid'. Interview with producer Tommee May

It is hard to imagine that even today we live in a world full of hate and intolerance, especially in matters of love. While many still argue about the morality of homosexuality all over the world, some have become martyrs in places where same sex love is punishable by death. "Aban + Khorshid" tells the true story of two young men who were executed for being homosexual and merely for loving each other. Tommee May’s short film "Aban + Khorshid" screened at the Cannes Fi...

Hi from Cyprus

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The Tide Keeper (2014). Interview with filmmaker Alyx Duncan.

  “Who knows how to stem the tide except through dreams?” Stunning short film 'The Tide Keeper' (2014) by New Zealand newcomer Alyx Duncan is a mesmerizing metaphor of the concept of time through the movements of the tides. Have you ever felt the panicked sensation of time running out and you not accomplishing what you feel you need to do in the short time you have on this earth? Duncan's film emits the feeling of choking anxiety of lost time through breathtaking...