CALL FOR ENTRY GUIDELINES, PROCEDURES
Festival Dates: Sept. 15-19, 2010
MusicFest Showcase: Sept. 17-18, 2010
DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2010
FINAL, EXTENDED DEADLINE: JULY 16, 2010
This significant world class music
showcase component of the 2010 Temecula Valley International Film & Music
Festival is designed to showcase original music vision and artistic wizardry of
talented individuals and groups from acro...
XXV. Black International Cinema Berlin 2010 (May 4-8)
We have a dream!
We came from privileged backgrounds in the USA. Families intact, sufficient economic resources, university education, travel, etc. All of these we took for granted. When we were young, we thought everyone had the same lifestyle. As we matured, we became aware of how mistaken we were.
by LJILJANA SAMARDŽIĆ (firstname.lastname@example.org)
from Sombor, SERBIA
As a result of Professor Donald Mul...
The Lumiere brothers, Auguste Lumiere, born in 1862, and Louis, born in 1864, were among the earliest filmmakers, contributing to the birth of film in 1895. Born in Besancon, France, they moved to Lyon in 1870, where they both attended technical school. Their father, Claude-Antoine Lumiere, ran a photography business and his sons worked for him. When Claude-Antoine retired in 1892, Auguste and Louis began to create moving pictures. They patented a number of significant processes lead...
Festival VOICES is proud to announce that Polish Director, Actor, Producer Krzysztof Zanussi accepted to be part of Jury. Krzysztof Zanussi is born in 1939 in Warsaw, Poland. Documentary and feature film director.Studied physics at Warsaw University and philosophy at JagiellonianUniversity in Cracow. Graduated from Lodz Film Academy in 1966. Amateurfilm maker. His school diploma film 'Death of a Provincial' (Smierc prowincjala (1966)) won an awardsin Venice, Mannheim, Valladolid and Moscow in...
What’s unusual about Malagasy Gospel? Directors Carlos
Esbert, Virginia Camino, Alvaro Lagos, and Graciela de Pablos give us
the details on their inspiring and recent ÉCU 2010 selected documentary
feature about a blind, orphaned children’s choir.
By Nick Forrester
Q: It seemed to me that
everyone making the film genuinely enjoyed spending time with these
unique kids, but what initially inspired you to make the film?
The starting point of the project was in fa...
Fabien Dubois gives us details about his film, recently chosen for the ÉCU 2010 Official Selection. "High/Low" is a short film about two step-brothers living in Tokyo and experiencing the city in different ways: while one works on his decibel map project and thoroughly explores the city, the other abandons himself to a life of confusion and alcohol.By Maria Gabriella PezzoQ: Why did you choose to film in a city? How does the city speak to you?I fell in love with Tokyo the first time I...
"The Miraculous Tale of the Children Dubois" is the brainchild of writer/director Cassandra Lee Hamilton from Austin Texas. The film follows Juliette as she is helped to rediscover the magical world of her childhood by her twin brother Nikolia, who mysteriously and unexpectedly re-enters her life.By Edward Caffrey Q: What is your film about? The Miraculous Tale of the Children Dubois is about a young girl, Juliette, that has lost the magic of her childhood. When her twin br...
"Ink" is a subversive and unsettling ÉCU Student short directed by Nuno Neves . Who knew ink had such an organic, benign energy-- able to create images that are hypnotic and frightening...By Nick ForresterQ: This short plays with the visual properties of ink. How did you go about filming the ink; the fast moving black compared to the blending colours?The short was all filmed on a wood table I set up and lit, in my building´s comunity garage. The ink was poured down a white piece of ...
Call for Entries for the 4th Edition of:
CAMBOFEST: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia
** Cambodia's first international independent movie festival **
Founded in 2553 (aka 2007)
CamboFest 'Lite' : December 2010, Phnom Penh
CamboFest 'Supreme': March 1-9, 2011 Kampot, Cambodia
(and other locations TBA)
Visit http://www.cambofest.com for more info!
Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival is proud to announce that its 2010 event is now officially open for submissions!
Calling all filmmakers and music artists of the world and
Friends of the Festival!
Be part of the celebration of two of the most powerful and enduring art forms - the art of film and music!-
SAVE THE DATES and Join us September 8-12, 2010
as we celebrate our 16th year!
Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival...
Boiler, directed by Andreas Ksoll, is a recent submission to the European Independent Film Festival's 'European Short' category.
“I love to be able to co-create this important film event,” says Festival Director Marit Kapla. “Göteborg International Film Festival is as important to the audience as to the filmmakers and film industry.”
Marit exudes positive energy when we meet for a chat at Hotel Riverton; the classic festival hotspot. And she has good reason to be happy: the first weekend was a success and there is much more to come before wrapping time.
“There are so many highlights,” ...
Actress Barbara Wilson and director Reeve Nixon on the set of ‘Entwined.’
‘Entwined’ is about an elderly lady forced to confront her fears of living and dying with regrets as she spends the night trapped in a Victorian whirligig. We talk to British director Reeve Nixon about old age and gambling with the weather when shooting a film outdoors in Scotland.
By Mairi Cunningham
Q: First off, tell me a bit about your film. Correct me if ...
British director Tom Browne talks to us about his film ‘Spunkbubble’ recently entered in ÉCU’s European Dramatic Short category. As original as it is violent, the film is shot entirely as surveillance-camera footage, witnessing the events taking place in one individual hotel room. Yet what these events actually are, we can never really be quite sure…….
By Mairi Cunningham
Q: Your film is unsettling yet intriguing. Tell me what it is about and where the inspi...
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CAMBOFEST, Cambodia 2553 (2010) Edition
CAMBOFEST: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia
Year 4 - 2553-2010 Edition
Now accepting early entries for Cambodia's international, independent film festival, CAMBOFEST,
now entering its 4th edition.
"CamboFest brings the magic of movies to the land of Angkor"
-Jule and Roger Corman
Ginnie has been MD of the EIFF for 15 years and CEO of the Filmhouse for 5 years.
Iain Smith, Chair of EIFF said "Ginnie has done a fantastic job over the last 15 years and has made a huge and significant contribution to the growth of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. She leaves us with our warmest best wishes for the future."
Ginnie Atkinson said "I've had a fantastic experience at the EIFF over fifteen years. Edinburgh is a very special film festival and i...
This year the BRUSSELS FILM FESTIVAL will take place from the 23th until the 30th of June 2010 at Flagey (Brussels, Belgium).
This new edition will be marked by the arrival of Ivan Corbisier, the new director of the eventn combining a talent for event organization and a passion for cinema!
Ivan Corbisier began his career as an organizer of events in France and as a journalist in Belgium. Then he became director of a cultural center and the delegated manager of the...
WITHOUT, a recent submission to ECU’s European Dramatic Short category, is directed by Natalia Andreadis. The three minute short focuses on the desparation of a woman caught in an unusual circumstance…
By Lindsay Mayer
Q: First off, I’d like to know: What film has inspired you more than any other?
So many films have had a big impact on me but I suppose I can narrow it down to two in particular. Firstly comes “Jurassic Park” because it i...
Canadian director Dan Clements whose recent submission to ÉCU 2010's Non-European Dramatic Short film category is entitled ”Patient” talks to us about blind dates, false teeth and his motivations as a filmmaker.
By Mairi Cunningham
Q: First off, the ambiguous and unsettling opening was amazing. First time round, I was fooled into thinking it was going to be a very awkward blind date that was about to be acted out, not a hostage negotiation! T...
Joyce Field Pastor, Board Chair, The Boston Jewish Film Festival
At its December meeting, the Board of Directors of The Boston Jewish Film Festival elected Joyce Field Pastor as its new Chair. A Weston resident, Pastor has been on the Festival Board since 2004. Most recently, she served as Vice Chair. Sh...