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30th Festival Les Instants Video

30 years that our desires are disorders
30 years that we break through cultural, social and economic barriers
30 years that together with the artists, we draw escape plans
30 years that we forge networks of international poetic and political complicities

We are celebrating therefore in 2017, 30 years of poelitic intercontinental video agitations in 30 events without borders (Tunisia, Morocco, Palestine, Kyrgyzstan, Egypt, Argentina, Italy, France…) and in a completely undisciplined way (art spaces, social spaces…)…
 

This dis-oriented tour will arrive safe and sound in November in Marseille: our home base and our launchpad.

 

  • From November 10th to 16th 2017
    International encounters (screenings, performances, debates) 
    Les Variétés, Friche la Belle de Mai, La Fosse, ARI, Institut Culturel Italien
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    Opening of the festival on Friday, 10th at 6pm at les Variétés
    * Opening of the exhibition on Saturday, 11th at 1pm at La Friche la Belle de Mai

  • From November 2nd to December 10th 2017
    Exhibition of installations, performances, screenings
    FRAC, Galerie Deux, SARA, ADPEI, Friche la Belle de Mai, Vidéodrome 2, Canopé



     

More information here :
www.instantsvideo.com

 

 

Burgas International Film Festival awards 2017

The second edition of Burgas International Film Festival (BIFF) is over now. During the festival week viewers had the chance to see over 30 feature, short and documentary films from the Black Sea countries, including Greece.

Among the highlights of the festival were the sit-downs, organised for the audience with the casts and directors of the movies. Some of the locations where the BIFF was held were visited by Todor Matsanov and Dimitar Nikolov (Bulgaria) – director and leading actor respectively in Hristo; Alexey Fursenko (Russia) – director of Outcast; Catrinel Danaiata (Romania) – director of Double; Pavel Cuzuioc (Moldova) – director of Secondo me; Yannis Sakaridis (Greece) – director of Amerika Square; Ilker Savaskurt (Turkey) – director of Groom’s Block as well as by Tonislav Hristov, director of the documentary The Good Postman and his characters in the movie Ivan and Ivan.

Key to making the festival really memorable were also the honourable members of the jury - André Marques (Portugal), Patric Chiha (Austria), Andrea De Sica (Italy), Todor Dimitrov, Anna Goranova and Georgi Stoev - Jacky (Bulgaria). 
Selecting the winners proved to be a challenge and sparked some fascinating debates among the jury. Nonetheless, an agreement was reached and the movies which were finally distinguished are as follows:

• HRISTO (Bulgaria) directed by Grigor Lefterov and Todor Matsanov won the Best Feature Film Award
• ORANGE (Turjey) directed by Ersin Dogan won the Best Short Film Award
• THE GOOD POSTMAN (Bulgaria) directed by Tonislav Hristov won the Best Documentary Film Award.

Special recognition was also given to the feature films ROCK, directed by Ivan Shahnazarov (Russia) and AMERIKA SQUARE, directed by Yannis Sakaridis (Greece ) as well as to the documentary THE EYE OF THE MINOTAUR, directed by Borislav Kolev (Bulgaria).

The Audience Award was given to AMERIKA SQUARE (Greece).

This year’s festival was organised with the support of Municipality of Burgas, Municpality of Ruen, National Culture Fund, the embassies of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Greece and Portugal, Italian Cultural Institute, Jameson, Teddy Kam, Yalta Youth Cooperation, St. Anastasia Hotel, Villa Byzantium, Dives Estate, Business Incubator, Vijmag! Burgas, Municipal Radio Burgas, Flagman, Formalno, ChernomorieBG, SeaGuide, Indie Car Taxi and A La Minute Catering.

We’d also like to thank our main film curator Slavi Georgiev, hard-working volunteers, photographers, graphic designers, the technical team and all friends of Burgas International Film Festival .

 

19th cellu l'art Short Film Festival Jena

Every April, cellu l’art Short Film Festival presents international short films in Jena, Central Germany. This young and vibrant university city comes alive with screenings and events revolving around shorts from all genres: fiction, animation, documentary and experimental. Films from all over the world compete in the international competition while an annual country focus programme allows the viewers to get to know the (short film) culture of a specific country. In 2017, cellu l’art presented stories from Iran, delving into propaganda, underground cinema and official fiction films. The programme for the upcoming edition focuses on Scotland. Special interests can be satisfied in programmes for horror films, queer films and more.

cellu l’art started out as a project by media science students in 1999 and has since grown rapidly and dynamically, becoming more diverse and more international while still retaining a loveable, friendly ambience. Traditionally, the festival begins with an open air event with live music and short films. The award ceremony on Saturday has become the highlight of the festival week. The handing out of the awards by the professional jury and the youth jury is accompanied by the screening of the awarded films.

Volksbad (a former public bath house turned cultural venue) has been the main spot of the festival for a few years now and makes for a special atmosphere for cinematic adventures.

IndieBOOM! Festival

The IndieBOOM! Festival is now accepting short films and videos in all categories, and unproduced screenplays. Submissions are open until Nov. 3. IndieBOOM! runs from Dec. 18, 2017 – Jan. 5, 2018 streaming worldwide, online at indieboomff.com and on a Roku channel with over 16K subscribers. Created by the award-winning Art of Brooklyn Film Festival http://aobff.org

We’re in the middle of a new indie boom, and it deserves a new kind of festival. IndieBOOM! helps you promote your work and increase your fanbase, which you take with you as you crowdfund and pitch future projects. Category winners are chosen by view count, with the overall most-viewed selection winning $500. A jury of industry pros will award a Jury Prize to their favorite selection, regardless of views. All winning films and videos will also receive a one-year, non-exclusive distribution deal on BKOD. http://brooklynondemand.com

Our winning screenplay will receive a professional consultation with a Los Angeles based story analyst and more!

Learn more about IndieBOOM! and enter your films, videos and screenplays at https://filmfreeway.com/festival/IndieBoom and https://indieboomff.com

Russian Film Week

Russian Film Week is a festival showcasing modern Russian films to the UK and international audience and, simultaneously, is a series of workshops and Q&As with industry professionals (directors, actors, producers) dedicated to nurturing young talent internationally, as well as promoting Russian-British coproductions.
The first Film Week was held in 2016 and it was attended by more than 4500 audience members and 50 Russian and European film-makers. We screened 27 films in venues across London such as Regent Street Cinema, as well as in the Cambridge University. This year we are aiming to showcase more than 50 films and expand our industry workshop programme.
The festival's patrons include Elliot Grove, the founder of the Raindance Film Festival, Eduard Pichugin, the board member of the Union of Cinematographers in Russia and General Director of Lenfilm Studios, as well as Ralph Fiennes and Brian Cox among others.
This year the festival is also supported by the Russian Ministry of Culture and the British Council.
 
              
 
 
 

The 2018 Film and Video Poetry Society

The Film and Video Poetry Symposium (FVPS) mission is to encourage film and video poets to further their ongoing explorations by providing a film festival and symposium for these artists to activate, collaborate, discuss, and maintain creative work developed through the convergence of these art forms.

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