Filmfestivals.com + fest21.com merger
Enjoy here the best of both worlds: Portal with Film & Fest News and Social network for the festival community.
Since 1995 we connect films to festivals and document the world of festivals worldwide.
We offer the most comprehensive festival directory of 6 000 festivals, browse festival blogs, film blogs...and promote yourself for free.
There are currently 1 user
and 179 guests
By Maria Esteves - May 21, 2008
The Seventh Annual 2008 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF08) New York Premiere documentary film 90 MILES (90 Millas El Documental), directed by Emilio Estefan was held at Borough of Manhattan Community College/Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York, Thursday, May 1, 6:00 pm.
By Maria Esteves - May 21, 2008
By Maria Esteves - May 21, 2008
James Gray, director of the film Two Lovers, which premiered at Cannes, discusses the concept of love with relation to his film, which premiered at Cannes 2008.
IMAGINARIA FILM FESTIVAL – 2008 / 6th EditionSELEZIONI UFFICIALI / OFFICIAL SELECTIONSSEZIONE LUNGOMETRAGGI / FEATURE FILMSFilm Title FAT STUPID RABBITDirector(s) Slava Ross Genre Fiction / Running Time 89:27 / Production country Russia / Production year 2007Film Title 1,2,3, WHITEOUT aka THE END OF LIGHT AGEDirector(s) James June Schneider Genre Fiction / Running Time 72:00 / Production country United States / Production year 2007Film Title LAYA PROJECTDirector(s) Harold Monfils...
There is still time to enter the TriMedia Film Festival! goto http://trimediafestival.org/2008-call-for-films/
Check out the fun in Fort Collins, Colorado. The 2008 TriMedia Film Festival!
The film: Premiering in Competition, Two Lovers by James Gray is the third film the American director has brought to Cannes, eight years after The Yards and one year after We Own the Night. Set in Brooklyn, it stars Joaquin Phoenix, a frequent presence in Gray's films, playing a man named Leonard Kraditor who has returned to live with his family after a traumatic romantic disappointment. There, he meets two women: Michelle, the new neighbor, played by Gwyneth Paltrow, and Sandra, the daughte...
The film:Although this is Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó's first selection in Competition, it is the third time he has participated in the Festival de Cannes. The Cinéfondation showcased Kis Apokrif n°2 in 2004, and Johanna was a 2005 Un Certain Regard choice. Delta is the story of the return of a taciturn young man to the countrified delta region which is his family's home. There, he finds and falls in love with a sister he never knew he had. However, their relationship is rejected as ...
The Spring edition of "Moviemaker" has once again cited the Rhode Island International Film Festival as one of the best investments a filmmaker can make when they look for Festivals to enter. The editors of the quarterly publication noted "with the average festival entry fee edging ever closer to $50, you need to be smart about the festivals to which you're submitting." RIIFF was listed as one of the "25 festival gems" that are "worth every penny they charge f...
KidsEyeTM Summer Filmmaking Camp was created by the RI International Film Festival (RIIFF) 10 years ago in order to give voice youth filmmakers and allow their creative ideas to come to life on the silver screen. This summer RIIFF is proud to announce that Jeffery Roth, director of the award winning feature length documentary The Wonder of It All, will be teaching at KidsEyeTM Summer Filmmaking Camp. Roth will be working intensively alongside our campers to help them write, direct, and produce...
KidsEyeTM Summer Filmmaking Camp was created by the RI International Film Festival 10 years ago in order to give a voice to youth filmmakers and provide them with the skills and tools necessary to bring their creative ideas to the silver screen. KidsEyeTM Summer Filmmaking Camp will be held at the University of Rhode Island from July 7-11, 2008 from 9am-3pm each day. No prior experience needed. KidsEyeTM Summer Filmmaking Camp is a fun and exciting day-camp for youth ages 8-16. Campers work i...
The director and the screenwriter of Blindness discuss the concept behind this adaptation which opened the Cannes film festival 2008.
The cast and Stephen Spielberg, director of the new Indiana Jones film, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which premiered in Cannes on May 18th.
First Annual Joseph & Viola Marshall Memorial Benefit Concert: Supporting high school and college students study in the film and media arts. Slated for Friday, May 30th, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. Providence, RI (May 16, 2008) Music is all around us. Stop. Listen. You will hear it. Each of us has music that we associate with various points in our lives. Like a soundtrack in a motion picture, music serves as a trigger, bringing back a flood of memories that make up who we are. For most, music ca...
Organized crime casts its shadow on the day, with Gomorrah, adapted from Roberto Saviano's bestseller about the Camorra, competing in the official Selection. This audacious dive into the heart of the Neapolitan underworld is directed by Matteo Garrone, who was at the Cannes Festival in 2002 with The Embalmer, selected by the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs.
"The raw material I had to work with when shooting Gomorrah," Garrone remarked, "was so visually powerful tha...
The filmLinha De Passe, the second film by Walter Salles to compete for a Palme d’Or, after 2004's Motorcycle Diaries, is about four brothers and their mother attempting to reinvent their lives in São Paulo. One is seeking his father; the second is an aspiring pro soccer player; the third embraces the priesthood; and the fourth is trying as well as he can to provide for the child he fathered. Meanwhile, their mother is awaiting a new baby. The Brazilian director, who was a member of the Short...
The cast of Vicky Christina Barcelona and director Woody Allen on the red carpet in Cannes 2008.
Rebecca Hall talks about what it was like to be cast by directing legend Woody Allen in his new film Vicky Christina Barcelona at the Cannes film festival 2008.
Woody Allen discusses the choice of city for his newest film, Vicky Christina Barcelona, at the Cannes 2008 film festival.
Woody Allen discusses his opinions on the fantasy of the ménage à trois at the press conference for his new film, Vicky Christina Barcelona, at the Cannes film festival 2008.
Penelope Cruz discusses speaking her native Spanish in Woody Allen's new film Vicky Christina Barcelona at the Cannes Film Festival 2008.
Footage from the exclusive Unifrance party at the Cannes film festival in 2008.
Scenes from Laurent Cantet's film Entre les Murs, which will show as a part of the competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2008.