21 May FashionTV Presents Fashion Film Awards in cooperation with YouTube
During the Day
Live interviews with celebrities
Presentation of product / brand in lobby of Majestic
Afternoon to Late – at the Salon de Croisette, Majestic Hotel
FashionTV Fashion Film Awards in cooperation with YouTube:
FashionTV crowned the winners of the FashionTV Fashion Films online nomination in the winner categories
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09h00 : At li layla de/by Asaf Korman (+Q&A)
11h30 : Alleluia de/by Fabrice Du Welz (+Q&A)
14h00 : Programme courts 1 : Cambodia 2099 / Torn / Man on the Chair / A caça revoluções / En août / Sem Coração (+Q&A)
17h00 : At li layla de/by Asaf Korman
La Semaine de la Critique is launching Next Step, a new programme aimed at the 10 directors of the sh...
A Peek Behind the Cellar Door
20 May, 2014 - Ottawa - Cellar Door Film Festival
The Cellar Door Film Festival invites Ottawa filmgoers to take a peek behind the Cellar Door at Club SAW on June 17. This event gives the community a taste of what to expect from Ottawa's newest film festival by enjoying a screening of Dario Argento's cult classic Deep Red(alternatively known as The Hatchet Murders). The event will also include a screening o...
10h00 : Séance spéciale / Special screening : P'tit Quinquin de/by Bruno Dumont (+Q&A)
14h30 : Kaguya-hime no monogatari de/by Isao Takahata (+Q&A)
17h45 : Queen and Country de/by John Boorman
20h30 : Kaguya-hime no monogatari de/by Isao Takahata
Every Cannes FIlm Festival goer knows that even with the highest priority badge, there is going to be a lot of waiting in line. Festival attendees are advised to arrive at least an hour before a screening, and upwards of two hours for the more highly anticipated films.
But knowing that everyone else has the same idea can lead some to stake out their spots much earlier.
This group of interns at the American Film Pavilion put down stakes at 18hr for the 22hr screening of Lost Riv...
Established in 2005 to promote Polish films in the United States and attract an American audience, the Polish Film Festival (PFF) celebrated its 10th anniversary from May 7-11 at New York’s renowned Anthology Film Archives theatre, a traditional home to many niche film festivals. Working closely with the Polish Film Institute and other agencies, the film festival offered a well-rounded program with eleven recently produced features and a documentary, all subtitled. Many ...
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The Eighth Annual 2014 New York Dance Parade and Festival with Grand Marshals Tony Award winning tap dancer and choreographer Savion Glover, artistic director Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Urban Bush Women, Queen of House Music Barbara Tucker and DJ Hex Hector commenced Saturday, May 17, 1:00pm - 7:00pm down on Broadway and Tompkins Square Park. Presented by executive director Greg Miller, Dance Parade, Inc,, this year’s theme Be The Momentum, a ...
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Queer Night Sponsored by Queerty, will be held at The American Pavilion in Cannes on Sunday, May 18th at 10:00pm-2:00am. Event entry is gratis and open to all festival badge holders.
Leading entertainment and culture website Queerty.com reaches an engaged audience of over three million LGBT readers and is proud to sponsor film festivals and events around the world. The site has a specific targeted entertainment focus, marketing films from studios like The Weinstein Company, Sony Picture...
Best-Seller to Box-Office held a cocktail at the Literary Adaption Pavilion yesterday, welcoming producers and screenwriters to hear about the initiative. Founded by Nathalie and Laure Kniazeff five years ago, the company's new online database has been helping connect producers with viable books for film or television adaptation for two years.
The inspiration for Best-Seller to Box-Office, according to co-founder Laure Kniazeff, came from her own experience as a producer having diff...
The first edition of Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York was a huge success with the screening of 55 films from 18 countries and exciting opening and closing celebrations.
Festival Founding Artistic Director Nora Armani will present the winning documentary films at the Cannes Film Festival Doc Corner, May 14–23rd:
Small Small Thing, directed by Jessica Vale;
Not Who We Are, directed by Carol Mansour;
“Lovers (1)” oil painting by Jarek Puczel.
Graphic design: studio a&a, Montreal
“This image can be seen as the embodiment of the idea of yin-yang in love.” – Jarek Puczel
“Lovers (1) leaves open the imagination. Its simple but unique texture intrigues, seduces and invites to dream, to explore ” – studio a&a, Montréal.
Born in Ketrzyn, Poland in 1965, Jarek Puczel received his MA from the University of Warsaw (Faculty...
[Katya Mtsitouridze, Director General of ROSKINO, third from right]
The Russian Pavilion was packed with press Thursday, May 15 for the Gala Opening of the Russian Pavilion at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Katya Mtsitouridze, Director General of ROSKINO, Russia's establishment for the promotion of Russian film and filmmakers in the international community, was there to introduce the program.
There as well was Ukrainian producer Natalya Mokritskaya [below] with her co-producer Mila...
The San Francisco Film Society wrapped its 57th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 24-May 8) with 263 screenings of 168 films from 56 countries, which were attended by over 300 filmmakers and industry guests from over 20 countries. Over 15 days, SFIFF57 showed 74 narrative features, 29 documentary features and a total of 65 short films.
SFFS Executive Director Noah Cowan onstage on Closing Night. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
This year SFIFF awarded ne...
18 May 2014 : 4.00-5.00 p.m at The India Pavilion (112 Village International Riviera)
Do not miss this central Panel Discussion with organizers of top international film festivals and film markets
Shankar Mohan, Director, International Film Festival of India
Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director, Toronto Film Festival
Marit van den Elshout, Manager, Cinemart, Rotterdam International Film Festival
The South African delegation lead by the National Film and Video Foundation of South Africa in partnership with KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission, Durban Film Office and WESGRO will this year celebrate 20 Years of Freedom at the 67th Cannes International Film Festival. The festival has been scheduled to run from the 14th until the 25th of May in Cannes, France.
"As we celebrate the 20 years of Freedom we reflect on the strides that we have made both as a nation and the local film ind...
THAILAND INTERNATIONAL FILM DESTINATION FESTIVAL
A Festival that celebrates a Destination
“Films made in Thailand look like high-budget productions, although they are low-budget ,because of the superior facilities ."
Inspite of political strife in the country, there has been a range of film festivals in the country.
The biggest was the ‘Thailand International Destination Film Festival’ ,organized by the Department o...
Acquisition of half of Tribeca Enterprises for $22 million by the Madison Square Company, MSG, will permit Tribeca to expand. The festival and some related ventures have grown so much since the festival was founded in 2002 that funds for the expansion seem necessary. Apart from the festival, its principal venture, Tribeca enterprises is involved in a digital studio, theatrical and non-theatrical distribution using traditional and digital p...
The International Festival of Digital Arts and New Media, Athens Video Art Festival, celebrates its ten-year long faithful presence in free expression of the arts and new technologies returning to the familiar paths of “Technopolis” of City of Athens from 2 to 5 October.
Through a series of screenings, exhibitions, performing actions, workshops, lectures and academic presentations the festival combines the industrial heritage of the old gas factory with digital arts and technology, ...
A Program of Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota
On May 16th, the 7th annual EDU Film Festival will feature over 50 of the best youth-made short films from 30 different schools and youth media organizations from across the state. The full day of programming, held this year at the Kerasotes Showplace ICON Theatre at The West End in St Louis Park, includes four short film programs screening in two theaters, as well as filmmaking panels with industry professionals. The...
Final Week For Mirage International Film Festival's 2014 Regular Deadline
The Mirage International Film Festival is currently accepting submissions for all competition categories. Submit Now before the 2014 Festival's May 16 Regular Submission Deadline!
Festival Dates: August 13-17, 2014
Location: on the famed Las Veags Strip in Las Veags, Nevada USA
FINAL WEEK LEFT to submit your Short Film, Feature Film, Original Screenplay or New Media Film before the 2014 Re...
FLA Djinn Carrénard (France)
Hippocrate Thomas Lilti (France)
Più buio di mezzanotte (Darker Than Midnight) Sebastiano Riso (Italie)
Gente de bien Franco Lolli (Colombie / France)
Hope Boris Lojkine (France)
It Follows David Robert Mitchell (États-Unis)
Self Made (Boreg) Shira Geffen (Israël)
The Tribe (Plemya) Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy (...