Four Swiss Films Nominated for Filmmaker Award
Zurich, September 2, 2015
German-Austrian actor Christoph Waltz will attend the Zurich Film Festival on its opening day. The two-time Academy Award winner will arrive in Zurich on Saturday September 26 for a packed programme of activities. Waltz will preside over the jury for the 100’000 Swiss-franc endowed Filmmaker Award, hold a key...
Kodak Panel to Focus on the Modern Film Workflow
Kodak will host an in-depth conversation with Lol Crawley, BSC and colorist Greg Fisher on November 20 during Camerimage, the international film festival of cinematography.
The discussion will focus on the process of choosing an origination format and how that translates to post, as well as address ways to control the look from camera to screen in today’s multi-format landscape. Clips from Crawley’s award-winning films will be show...
Hrönn Marinósdóttir Festival Director talks to Bruno Chatelin
The RIFF Manifesto
RIFF | INNOVATION – NETWORKING – DIALOGUE
The aim of Reykjavik International Film Festival is to become one the foremost film festivals in Europe, placing continued emphasis on presenting not only progressive, independent cinema and a wide range of documentaries touching on explosive subjects, but also a young and unusual Cap...
NOMADIC CHILDHOODS / NOMADIC CHILDHOODS
2014, Colour, France, First Films World Competition
Director : Christophe Boula
Screenwriter : Christophe Boula, Tenzin Kunchap
Cinematographer : Arnaud Hémery
Editor : Christophe Boula
Cast : Sonam Wangmo, Sampel Gyatso, Sasha Uvaroskaya, Kolya Fedotov, Otgonjargal Huygbaatar, Irka Erden Baatar
Music : German Khatylaev
Film production and Sales : Prod.: La...
ANDY GLYNNE NEW EDN CHAIRMAN
The Executive Committee of EDN - European Documentary Network has elected Andy Glynne as the new chairman of the organisation.
The British director and producer Andy Glynne has been elected as Chairman of EDN, the documentary organisation involved in over 50 documentary events a year and serving 1000+ members. Glynne takes the position with immediate effect.
Andy Glynne is a double-BAFTA winning director, producer and author. He is currently the Managing D...
The Board of Directors of Film Fest Gent has appointed Bart Vandesompele as general director of Film Fest Gent. Bart Vandesompele, who comes from the private sector, has already been the business manager since February 2013. He previously held senior management roles in a number of companies and joined Film Fest Gent in September 2012.
The Board of Directors appointed a three-person Management Committee in February 2013 as an interim measure. This trio was appointed to ensure that the 40th (a...
Gouden Kalf winner Frans Weisz will be a guest at Shortcutz Amsterdam Special Documentary evening on 12 November. The session will be co-hosted by producer Harmen Jalvingh, a two-time Gouden Kalf winner and jury member of Shortcutz Amsterdam.
Other guests this month include Michiel ten Horn (The Deflowering of Eva van End), Rosto (Lonely Bones), and Willem Baptist (I’m never afraid & Wild Boar).
Plus eight films in competition.
“Cinema taught me history, cinema taught me geography, cinema taught me public relations, and finally, cinema taught me love” – this is how Thierry Fremaux, director of the biggest film festival in the whole world, spoke about his greatest passion in life, during today’s meeting in Kino Światowid.
This extremely busy man found some time to visit Katowice and share his experience. He spoke about his work connected with the festival (pic...
The invitation is part of the PICE programme and permits international programmers of the different artistic disciplines to find out what’s on offer in Spain’s creative scene
Seven international film festival programmers will attend the coming edition of the San Sebastian Festival, from September 20-28, to take a closer look at the reality of our cinema. This action is part of the Programme for Internationalisation of Spanish Culture (PICE) promoted by Acción Cultural Espa&...
L’Autre Maison stars Marcel Sabourin in the role of the father, Roy Dupuis in the role of Gabriel, the jet-setting reporter, Émile Proulx-Cloutier in the role of Eric, the pilot in training, and Florence Blain in the role of Maia. The film also features French actress Julie Gayet and the Senegalesemusician Zal Sisshoko.
Henri Bernard, 86, suffers from memory loss and periodically escapes from his house in search of a mor...
Borgman by Alex Van Warmerdam
Alex van Warmerdam
Alex van Warmerdam
Jan Bijvoet, Hadewych Minis, Jeroen Perceval |
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Borgman's arrival in the tree-lined avenues of an exclusive residential area is the beginning of a series of unsettling events around the carefully cons...
Bradford International Film Festival today announced that it will be presenting John Hurt with its annual Lifetime Achievement Award at the 16th edition of the Festival in March this year.
John Hurt will be attending the Festival to receive the award, take part in a live on-stage Screentalk interview at the National Media Museum and also to host a retrospective of his work. 10 films, representing the very best work in a career spanning almost 50 years, will play during the 11-...
Jonathan Demme, winner of an Oscar for best director for The Silence of the Lambs (1991), and director of films including Something Wild (1986), Philadelphia (1993), The Manchurian Candidate (2004) and Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006) will chair the Official Jury at the coming edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Academy Award-winning director, Jonathan Demme will present his new feature film, Rachel Getting Married, and a “work in progress” version of his latest Neil Young con...